Waco’s I-35 RV Park & Resort: Great Rates With Lots of Space

August 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The I-35 RV Park & Resort in Waco, Texas, gives RV travelers lots amenities with plenty of elbow room. The 215-site RV park boats lots of big rig sites and pull-thru sites, all with full hook-ups, for drivers of larger vehicles. Don’t worry about bumping into your neighbor; there’s plenty of slide-out space. Twenty 25×51-foot [...]

Check out These New Good Sam Parks

August 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

We’ve added the following RV parks to the Good Sam Network. Stay at one of these parks for the Good Sam 10 percent discount: Spruce Meadow RV Park, Juneau, Alaska, (907) 789-1990 The Trees RV Park & General Store, Petersburg, Alaska, (907) 772-2502 Carson Village Mobile Home & RV Park, Birmingham, Alabama, (205) 854-0059 Cedar [...]

Give Hugs, One Blanket at a Time

Give Hugs, One Blanket at a Time

July 29, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

When is a blanket more than a blanket? When it’s a “hug.” Children in need of a reassuring hug have been receiving blankets fashioned by Georgia’s Singing Sams chapter of the Good Sam Club since 2006. That’s when chapter members first got together at an RV campout to make tied fringe blankets for the nonprofit [...]

RV Horse Sense: Stop Feeding Horses that Aren’t Working

RV Horse Sense: Stop Feeding Horses that Aren’t  Working

July 24, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Gale Banks Today’s gasoline-burning motorhomes are seriously underpowered. Even when outfitted with the most contemporary engines, there doesn’t seem to be an improvement in overall performance. As the engine makers have added power, the motorhome manufacturers have added weight to their coaches. So you have never-increasing, and even decreasing, motorhome performance. This is a [...]

Rubber Slide Wiper

Rubber Slide Wiper

July 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q: I recently bought a fifthwheel trailer. This is the first trailer I’ve had with slideouts. What purpose do the rubber wipes around the slide-outs serve? I have wipes on the inside and the outside. I can see that a wipe on the outside should stop water, leaves, etc. from coming into the unit when [...]

Good Sam Makes It Right

Good Sam Makes It Right

June 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Oregon Good Sam member Jimmie Smith asked Action Line to help out when the dealer and manufacturer of his new toy hauler didn’t fix the problems with his mattress and sleeper-sofa. We own a 2013 Eclipse Attitude toy hauler that we bought new on April 28, 2012, from Guaranty RV in Junction City, Oregon. We’ve [...]

Special Smile & Save Offer from Fantasy RV Tours

Special Smile & Save Offer from Fantasy RV Tours

June 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Members who book now through Sept. 1st for select 2014 RV caravans and rallies will receive a Camping World gift card worth $100 for caravans and $50 for rallies! And, this offer is in addition to the Fantasy RV Tours’ Smile & Save discounts offering members $50 savings on rallies and $100 savings on caravans. [...]

Reach for the Sky

Reach for the Sky

June 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Join the Good Sam Club for high-flying fun and philanthropy at Arizona’s fourth annual Havasu Balloon Festival Next January Good Sam members can join tens of thousands of spectators watching hot-air balloons soar high above London Bridge at Arizona’s Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair, North America’s largest January balloon event. Beyond experiencing the thrill of [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – 6-Volt Charging

Ask The RV Doctor – 6-Volt Charging

June 26, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Ask The RV Doctor – by Gary Bunzer Q: Dear Gary, Is there a way to charge my two 6-volt batteries with a regular stand-alone battery charger? If so, how would you hook up the positive and negative charger clamps? —George Pimentel, Fresno, California A: George, I’m going to assume you are referring to a [...]

Conserving Our Outdoor Heritage

Conserving Our Outdoor Heritage

June 12, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Betsy Model We’ve all heard the term “your tax dollars at work”. All too often it seems to be uttered in sarcasm after an unfortunate delay or mistake made from somewhere within a government agency. But take heart: your tax dollars are also going toward some of the best rewards an RV owner could [...]

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