Are you new to the exciting world of RV traveling and recreation? That’s no problem. Patriot RV of Ashland would love to help you acclimate to the ever-enjoyable experience of camping and RVing. Here are a few tips that will you help you on your first RV trip.
One of the advantages that comes with owning an RV is escaping from the confines of civilization and enjoying parts of the country that remain untouched by the expansion of steel and concrete. No other location embodies this more than Yosemite National Park. Incorporated in 1864 by President Abraham Lincoln, Yosemite remains an untouched and shimmering beacon of the beauty found within nature that we sometimes take for granted. The next time you pack up your RV and get ready to hit the road, why not take advantage of Yosemite and experience its grandeur and spectacle.
Buying the right used RV is a lot like purchasing a car. In both cases, you must prepare and resist the urge to fall in love with the first model you see. It pays to take your time when searching for good RVs.
Housing costs are on the rise. This means that the prospect of getting your dream home is getting further and further out of reach. However, there are a few solutions. There’s the unrealistic expectation of winning the lottery or publishers clearing house…but the unlikelihood of either is large. One solution that’s feasible, attainable, and within your grasp is the prospect of owning a 5th wheel and living out of an RV full time. While it might seem a bit laughable at first, RVing on a full-time basis is a viable alternative to homeownership, one that has some overlooked advantages…
Patriot RV of Ashland is here to offer tips on how to prepare your RV for the winter months. Read more to see how to prep your camper as it gets colder outside.
While Summer is synonymous with vacations and road trips, other seasons are ideal for getting away as well. Spring is the right time for hedonism to run wild and Winter is ideal for that ski trip on the slopes you’ve always wanted to take. When it comes to Fall, there’s one activity that’s almost suited too perfectly for it—camping. That’s right, it’s time to greet the great outdoors with enthusiasm and enjoy nature with all its beauty.
You can keep your RV clean by removing grime on a routine basis. Debris ruins the underbelly of an RV, insects decay surface paint, dirt and rocks scratch floors, and both leather and vinyl absorb grime and body oils that degrade those materials. Wipe down the shower or bathtub after each use to prevent hard water stains. Always refer to the RV owner’s manual for cleaning recommendations to avoid scratching surfaces or damaging fabric.
Everybody knows how frustrating and empty-handed you can feel when you get all the way out on an RV camping trip, only to find that you forgot or misplaced something essential. We don’t want that to happen to you, which is why we thought you should check out this cool resource from RVing Know-How, a list of 22 must-have items if you just purchased your first travel trailer.
Labor Day is almost here and what better way to celebrate than getting away from the labors of the world with a nice camping trip. The camping experts over at KOA offer these seven great tips for camping on Labor Day.
Who would have thought there are so many types of RVs?