FMCA to Take a Second Shot at a Tucson Convention in 2022

FMCA to Take a Second Shot at a Tucson Convention in 2022

After being forced to cancel its March 2020 event, FMCA RV Club has made plans for a March 2022 gathering in Tucson, Arizona. The world’s largest not-for-profit RV club has announced plans to host its 104th International Convention and RV Expo at the Pima County Fairgrounds in Tucson, Arizona, March...

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Garmin Upgrades RV GPS

Garmin Upgrades RV GPS

The industry-leading RV GPS unit has been upgraded with a new 8-inch touch screen.

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When Will RV Shows Return?

When Will RV Shows Return?

RVs are more popular than ever as Americans reel from airline travel and hotels, concerned about their health and safety due to the coronavirus. RVs are the ultimate socially distanced travel. Yet the biggest tool RV dealers and manufacturers have in the box to hawk their wears — the RV show — is a crowded, germ-friendly affair. Are RV shows likely to return anytime soon?

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Great Smoky Mountains to Hold Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

Great Smoky Mountains to Hold Vehicle-Free Wednesdays in Cades Cove

The National Park Service will be implementing ‘Vehicle-Free Wednesdays’ in Cades Cove from June 17 through September 30th

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RV Sales & Rentals Skyrocketing as Americans Avoid Air Travel

RV Sales & Rentals Skyrocketing as Americans Avoid Air Travel

Over the last two months, the unemployment rate in the U.S. has jumped from below 4% to over 14%, and some analysts expect it to reach highs of 25% before the pandemic is over. That, along with health and safety closures, had caused devastating hits to sales of products at...

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When Will National Parks Reopen?

When Will National Parks Reopen?

By Jason Epperson As a lot of people are itching to make summer travel plans and states begin making plans to lift restrictions, one of the questions we’re fielding most often right now is “when will the National Parks reopen?” Anybody that says they know the answer for sure is...

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Post-Pandemic America Could See an Explosion in New Full-Time RV Travelers

Post-Pandemic America Could See an Explosion in New Full-Time RV Travelers

The changing work environment, new technology, RV values, and the dream of affordable, socially-distant travel after the pandemic may all be about to converge to build the third boom in full-time RV owners – perhaps as soon as late this year. RV Miles Editor Jason Epperson shares his thoughts.

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Dozens of Florida RV Parks Offer Free Housing for Health Care Workers

Dozens of Florida RV Parks Offer Free Housing for Health Care Workers

Photo: Park model rentals at the Spanish Main RV Resort in Thonotosassa, one of many Sun RV resorts in Florida offering free one-month stays to health care workers to quarantine from their families. 62 RV parks in the state of Florida have banded together to provide a month’s worth of...

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Camping World & Gander Begin Curbside Pick-Up and other COVID-19 Adjustments

Camping World & Gander Begin Curbside Pick-Up and other COVID-19 Adjustments

RV product retailers Camping World and Gander RV announced Thursday evening several changes in operations to help customers retain access to RV necessities while limiting potential exposure to the COVID-19 virus. An email to customers from Camping World Holdings CEO Marcus Lemonis stated that effective immediately, Camping World and Gander...

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The Grand Canyon is Closed

The Grand Canyon is Closed

Sunrise from Yavapai Point on the morning of Wednesday, April 1, 2020 | NPS photo The National Park Service received a letter today from the Health and Human Services Director and Chief Health Officer for Coconino County recommending the full closure of Grand Canyon National Park, and acting Superintendent Mary Risser, with...

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