Category: RV Culture

Millennials Seeking Out RVs

Slo-Motion Picture of an RV

When you think of RVs, do you think of baby boomers cruising around the country in their retirement years? Think again! Today’s RV traveler is just as likely to be a millennial, road-tripping in a customized RV and posting curated photos to social media. According to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, the fastest-growing demographic among… Read more »

The Latest Trend in RV Design? Small, Towable Trailers

Smaller Trailer Cruising Down The Sunny Road

Amidst the “tiny house” craze and a Millennial travel obsession, RV manufacturers seem to be catching onto a notable trend: smaller is better, especially if it’s mobile. Over the past few months, many American motorhome manufactures have been rolling out pint-sized additions to their inventory, taking RV design back to a time when towable trailers… Read more »

RV Demand in America Reaches Its Highest Point in Decades

RV Parked in a Lot

Ready to hit the road for a family vacation or independent getaway? So are many others, as RV demand in America has reached its highest point in decades. The recreational vehicle market is divided into three broad segments: motor homes (class A, class B and class C), travel trailers (conventional trailers and fifth-wheel travel trailers)… Read more »

5 Travel Accessories to Keep in Your RV

Family Trip in The RV

As long as you’re on the road, your RV is your home. But even the fanciest RV won’t come with all the accessories and amenities you need to live comfortably on a long road trip. By bringing a few extras along for the ride, you can ensure that your trip is as safe, fun and… Read more »

Trailerfest 2016 Planned for October

Trailerfest 2016

Are you a fan of vintage trailers, making new friends and having family fun? Then you need to come to Trailerfest! This premier event for owners of vintage camping vehicles gives fans and owners a chance to show off what they got while enjoying a full weekend of fun themed activities. Although this year’s celebration… Read more »

A History of RVing

Summertime is the best part of the year for most recreational vehicle owners as they gear up to make their first trip of the camping season. RVs have become an integral part of the American culture, serving as a way for people to travel the country in luxury for more than 100 years. RVs date… 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, Five of Twelve: Midwest

RV Turning Down Desert Road

The American Midwest, otherwise known as its heartland or breadbasket, is the heart of the country. Stretching from Ohio to North Dakota and down to Kansas, the Midwest is the source of the majority of resourced commodities. Everything from wheat to oil is harvested across the region, and without it the American economy would output… Read more »

Fighting Hunger On Your RV Trip

RV Trip Traveling past Cattle

Packing for any type of trip can be a daunting task, but its especially challenging when you’re packing for a road trip in an RV. You have to fit everything you need in limited space. Packing for the trip doesn’t just include clothes and toiletries but also bedding, games, first aid items and of course,… Read more »

5 Fun Ways To Stay Entertained On Road Trips

Family road trips are exciting. The very thought of gathering everyone together to drive across country, or from one coast to the next, is a big deal. The spring is here, with summer arriving soon; and this is the time of year when everyone begins to plan their warm weather getaways. Traveling with kids adds… Read more »