This past week I felt like I was transported from my twenty-one year old body back to my six-year old counterpart, but minus the creaking knee from ACL surgery. Touring the RVs showcased at the Florida RV Supershow in Tampa embodied the same feeling as being a little kid let loose in a candy store or, better yet, visiting Disney World for the first time—except instead of being told ‘Don’t touch’, I was told to put those CSI booties over my shoes. Not only did I have one of the best...Read More
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The winter season is upon us, and that means for many RV-ers, it is time to put their RVs in storage. However, while your RV is in storage it runs the risk of becoming moldy if it is stored in humid conditions. Nothing is worse than excitedly taking your RV out of storage in the spring to find that it has been taken over by mold. Cleaning mold can be a tricky task, so preventing mold from growing is crucial. Here are three tips to help prevent mold while your RV is in storage!
RV Golf Club, a membership organization for RV owners and Kidd Group/ Kidd RV, a Communications Firm, are pleased to announce they have partnered together to promote RV Golf Club and its services.
As part of the partnership, Kidd Group/ Kidd RV will be rebranding RV Golf Club and designing a new website. RV Golf Club will be rebranded as an organization for RVers who want to enjoy the luxury and amenities of a country club without the membership requirements of any single location....Read More
As a new motor coach owner, the thought of taking your motor home on the road for the first time may be a bit nerve racking. As if driving your motor home on the highway wasn’t scary enough, the thought of taking your 38-foot long, 8-1/2 foot wide RV through the narrow streets of a city is downright mortifying. Although driving your brand new RV may seem intimidating, there are some tips to consider before taking your motor home on the open road.
One of the first steps to take when...Read More
Today’s RV industry remains as strong as ever and has grown to a new peak of 8.9 million RV-owning households in America. In addition to the heightened RV sales for the US economy, the boat industry’s demand has also been higher than expected this past spring. Boat sales are expected to reach 65 percent of their pre-recession level by year-end, while RV sales are expected to approach a pre-recession peak.
The features of recreational vehicles including RVs and boats are similar....Read More
Have you ever loved to travel in your RV so much that you thought, “Why don’t I just live in it?” Well you’re not alone. There have been many others that felt the same way and actually tried it. One couple decided to document their expenses during their journey to see if it was more cost efficient to live in an RV versus a house or apartment. In the end they discovered that they saved some money but the cost of living in an RV full time was a lot more expensive than they anticipated. Some...Read More
~The Fountains will be taking reservations to select lots beginning in July~
St. Augustine, Fl.-The Fountains Premier Motorcoach Resort of St. Augustine has recently broken ground and will soon be taking reservations for the opportunity to select lots. The developers are thrilled to be moving forward with the site preparation and are anticipating the opening of the Resort in the spring of 2015.
“The excitement from the groundbreaking has resulted in a lot of...Read More
The hurricane season is upon us here in Florida, and we don’t want your vacations to take a turn for the worse (pun-intended). Here are a few safety tips for your upcoming travels with your motorcoach.
Tip 1. Make sure to prepare an evacuation route well before a storm threatens your area. If you're instructed to evacuate your neighborhood, do so without delay. Tip 2. Keep emergency supplies in your RV, including a first aid kit, bottled water, non-perishable foods, and...Read More
RV’s over tent camping? That’s what we like to hear! According to an article posted on CBC News, roughing it in tents doesn’t cut it anymore, especially for the people in Saskatchewan, Canada. Residents of the province want more. Jaylene Brass, a former tent camper, admitted that taking down a tent in rainy weather can be a pain, so she and her husband have upgraded to a Recreational Vehicle to travel in and still enjoy nature. The number of people feeling this same way is growing. In fact,...Read More
The 2014 Winter wasn’t an easy one for travelers. Major snowstorms caused horrific traffic and accidents throughout the northern states. It is hard to believe that while some states are being slammed with snow, wind, hail and rain, on the west coast, California suffers from a drought. It is a complete 180 of weather conditions in these two locations. The USA today reports that the 2013-2014 winter weather damage caused up to 5 billion dollars so far. RV travelers need to keep in mind these...Read More