(Jan. 12, 2012) -- "I look forward to traveling more with my wife, Kathy, in our Winnebago Journey motor home as we experience the RV lifestyle we have promoted the last 43 years," said Olson.
(Jan. 12, 2012) -- This bath and a half floorplan features a full wall slide on the passenger side of the coach that includes an impressive 40-inch LCD HDTV, Euro Recliner with pull-out table, buffet with extendable dining table and chairs, four-door refrigerator, pantry and residential-like bedroom wardrobe.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- Charles Nunn, owner of First Colony Mobile and RV Park in San Benito, says that even though the city is threatening to shut off his water, he refuses to pay a new water charge because it is against the law, reports the Monitor.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- More than 800 RVs rolled in on Wednesday in the association's Super Rally. Attendees will campout right on the grounds and will enjoy coffee and donuts each morning, entertainment and snacks in the evenings and unlimited access in and out of the SuperShow.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- In an industry that has experienced loss during the past two years, participants in the 14th Annual Southern Louisiana Boat, Sport and RV Show hope this event will launch activity for the season and set the stage for increased sales, reports Tri Parish Times.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- Plans for the proposed KOA campground project in Chino Valley have hit some speed bumps, but Charlie Arnold of Southwest Development Consultants, advisor on the project for developer Jack Tuls Jr., is hoping to begin construction this summer, reports the Chino Valley Review.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- On Tuesday, Buffalo Chip Campground and Western Dakota Technical Institute announced the 2012 Buffalo Chip Challenge, a motorcycle building project for the students at Western Dakota Tech, reports the Rapid City Journal.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- Equestrians may be one step closer to legally keeping occupied RVs on their properties during the equestrian season, reports the Palm Beach Post.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- WTVM reports that the miles of undeveloped land near the National Infantry Museum in Columbus will soon be re-developed into a massive marina and RV camping area.
(Jan. 11, 2012) -- "Our customers often report that one of the reasons that they buy a Little Guy teardrop trailer, explains Mr. Kicos, "is that they are afraid of staying in hotels and motels for fear of bed bugs, dirty linens, and raucous and discourteous neighbors."