Notes From the Shop – Spring Cleaning Your RV

Notes From the Shop – Spring Cleaning Your RV

April 5, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

by Becky Smith It won’t be long before you’re emerging from your winter hibernation into the sunlight and warmth of spring. As you dust off your golf clubs and remove the cover from your grill, remember your stored RV needs warm weather cleanup and preparations too. From the Inside Out Step inside your motorhome or [...]

Viva Las Vegas!

Viva Las Vegas!

April 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

On your left now is New York-New York, fronted by a one-third scale replica of the Statue of Liberty, rising before a massive make-believe skyline of the Big Apple. It looks like a movie set just waiting for the next King Kong sequel. We’re now in Paris,on the right is the Arc de Triomphe, the [...]

Set Sail and Enjoy Key Largo’s Point of View RV Resort

Set Sail and Enjoy Key Largo’s Point of View RV Resort

March 29, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The shimmering waters of the Gulf of Mexico beckon RVers who pull into Florida’s Point of View Key Largo RV Resort. Visitors might be eager to comb the park’s 1,000 feet of shoreline or set sail on one of the boats that sit in the 20 slips on the resort’s three docks. Guests can go [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Power Choices

Ask The RV Doctor – Power Choices

March 5, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q: We recently purchased a 24′ Aerolite RV. We see that many sites offer 30 or 50-amp service and we are uncertain as to which one our RV would require for running a heater, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator and small electric appliances. Can you advise us as to which service to request? —Kathy Cunningham, Cicero, NY [...]

Choose from 9 Spectacular Cal-Am Good Sam Parks in Arizona

Choose from 9 Spectacular Cal-Am Good Sam Parks in Arizona

February 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Cal-Am’s nine Good Sam Parks are located in Mesa, Surprise and Gold Canyon and offer pleasant stays for 55+ RVers. Choose from over 10,000 sites and hundreds of activities and amenities. Check out the following Cal Am properties that are Good Sam Parks. With 97 roomy spaces and great surrounding attractions, Apache Wells RV Resort in [...]

Houston’s Westlake RV Resort: A Fun Getaway in the Big City

Houston’s Westlake RV Resort: A Fun Getaway in the Big City

January 31, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Westlake RV Resort is the best of both worlds: a peaceful, luxurious RV resort located within a major metropolitan area. Indeed, the Houston, Texas, the resort shuts out the outside world while also putting guests within close proximity to great shopping, dining and other big city attractions. The one-year-old resort is built around a four-acre [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

January 28, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q. Dear Gary, I own a 2004 Flagstaff fifth-wheel which, as far I know, has always been outside with no protective covering. The decals on all sides have started to curl up during the last couple of years. Is there any way to restore (re-glue) or replace the decals? I have had some people tell me [...]

Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

January 14, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Q. Dear RV Doc, I have a Jayco trailer that has a dual electric/propane water heater. The propane heats the water faster, but the electric is at no cost to us when using the power that our State Park provides. We don’t need hot water right away, so we have been using the electric mode [...]

Winter Is Coming!

Winter Is Coming!

September 24, 2012 by · 4 Comments 

How To Choose the Right RV Cover  As much as you love it, chances are you will eventually trade in your RV for a newer model. Its value will be greatly determined by the condition of its exterior. Of particular concern will be the RV’s roof, the roof-mounted accessories, the body paint or decals, the [...]

Fly South: Extending Your RV Season

Fly South: Extending Your RV Season

September 18, 2012 by · 1 Comment 

Warm, late-season destinations to extend your RV season Now that summer’s warmest temperatures have largely blown away, replaced by cooler breezes coming in from the north, many campers choose to put in a few last weekends in their RVs before winterizing and storing them for the season. With less crowded campgrounds, ideal weather and beautiful [...]

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