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Off-the-grid RVs are making big inroads. More manufacturers are introducing off-grid, trail-capable trailers, and the trend toward towables that can leave the traditional campsite behind is growing, according to RV Business magazine. In its list of the top 10 RVs for 2021, three of the models are off-grid-ready trailers.
Recreational vehicle shipments in the U.S. were on track to recover solidly from depressed 2019 sales, despite a two-month industry shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. And for 2021, the industry forecasts even better sales, maybe the best in its history. As usual, towables are leading the way.
If you bought a bare-bones travel trailer and plan to make improvements over time, here’s one of the first things you should consider adding: an electric tongue jack.
Most RVers power a generator with gasoline, and a few with built-in units use diesel fuel. For many RVers, however, especially owners of towables, propane is becoming increasingly common.
After what 2020 brought us all, maybe the best gift anyone could give during the holidays is a new year.
It’s a hook-and-loop fastener in generic terms, but the original brand name was Velcro and this is how we generally refer to these products. If you haven’t already, form an attachment to this versatile product and its variations. You’ll be glad you did.
When’s the best time to see the fall foliage in Georgia? As we’ve learned here at Crossing Creeks RV Resort and Spa in Blairsville, it all depends on where you decide to tour. Fall foliage lasts a long time in the state.
The fresh water system in an RV needs routine maintenance to stay healthy. It’s tempting to think, “Well, I’m only putting clean water in there, so it will be fine.” It actually takes more than that, and some things you might not have thought of will help if added to the system.
Cyclists will pedal their way through challenging bicycle rides and races from mid-September through the end of October in the North Georgia Mountains near Crossing Creeks RV Resort and Spa.
Motorhomes, 5th wheels, travel trailers, the list goes on... The world of RVs goes far beyond the traditional motorhome and here is the breakdown of all of the different types that you need to know.