Category: RV Blogs

Get Your RV Ready for Summer

RV Park In The Sun

Nothing beats a summer retreat in the RV, and as warm weather settles in, RV owners are eager to enjoy their ultimate great escape. However, if you store your RV during cooler weather, it is important to check it out before hitting the road. Here are a few tips and tricks to ensure that your… Read more »

Top Tips to Improve RV Mileage

With summer here, families will be jumping in their RVs for a nice road trip vacation. These can quickly become expensive, so it’s important to save money where you can, including at the pump. Here are a few tips to help improve your RV’s gas mileage to keep you from constantly filling up on your… Read more »

Checklist for Setting Up Camp

At Hemet Valley RV, we love helping recreation vehicles owners of all types. That includes everyone from experienced owners to new buyers looking to take their first trip in a new RV. If you plan to make your first trip this summer, there are a number of things to do to set up your campsite… Read more »

Head to Camp – Vintage Camper Boot Camp, That Is!

Boot Camp For Vintage Camper Trailers

Despite numerous models that have come out over the years, it’s hard to beat a traditional camper. They still look great today and, as an owner, it’s important to do what is necessary to keep it that way. However, not everyone knows the best ways to make repairs or improvements to restore these vintage trailers…. Read more »

Classic Look, Modern Toys

Classic and vintage styles are hot right now, and one of the biggest trends in what people look for in their homes, décor and RVs. There is something so homey about traveling across the country or just to the campground with something that reminds you of your childhood, but with all the modern amenities included…. Read more »

Great American Road Trips, Nine of Twelve; Pacific Northwest

Long View of Mountain Capped In Snow

When Lewis and Clark set their sights on the western frontier, there was a light at the end of the tunnel – and that light was the Pacific Northwest. A gem on the eastern edge of the Pacific Ocean, this region is unparalleled in its unique collection of flora and fauna. Puget Sound Host to… Read more »

Great American Road Trips, Eight of Twelve: Hawaii

Popular Beach in Hawaii

The most exotic on our list of domestic road trips to see the best of what America has to offer, Hawaii is as foreign a land you can experience without a passport. An archipelago of 8 islands, none of which are connected by roadway, Hawaii is a relatively young collection of land masses. With the… Read more »

Great American Road Trips, Seven of Twelve: California

Scenic Cove In Hawaii

California is a state so immense and diverse, its economy is considered the eighth largest in the entire world. It is by far, the largest economy of any state in the Union, having generated $2.3 trillion in 2014, compared to the distant second; New York with a gross state product of $1 trillion in the… Read more »

Great American Road Trips, Six of Twelve: Texas/Oklahoma

Hawaiian Buffalo

Texas and Oklahoma are two states every American must experience in their lifetime. Teaming with natural wonder and beauty, this central swath to our great nation is so much more than the dusty plains you may picture. Lush green forests and roaring river ways dot the landscape from the corn fields in the northern reaches… Read more »

Things to consider before purchasing an RV

RV Parked at the Water Under The Stars

Are you the type of person who takes a lot of road trips, but hates traveling long distances in a small vehicle? Paying for hotel rooms for long durations of time starts to stack up against your wallet and the only way you can think of to fix this is by purchasing an RV. Well,… Read more »