Episode 117 | Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Episode 117 | Theodore Roosevelt National Park

This week – bison, prarie dogs, coyotoes and sunsets at Theodore Roosevelt National Park, plus, we get the heck out of Dodge.

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RV Shipments Finally on the Rise Again

RV Shipments Finally on the Rise Again

The RV industry has been facing a slump since record highs in 2016 and 2017.

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Episode 104 | Celebrity RVers, a Jellystone, and Listener Questions

Episode 104 | Celebrity RVers, a Jellystone, and Listener Questions

Today, our first weekend in our new trailer takes us to our first Jellystone campground. We’ve got our recap of the Jellystone in Sioux Falls, plus celebrities who camp – who’s the most legit celebrity RVer? A new brainteaser, listener questions, and is the RV industry in a slump? All...

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RV Shipments Slip 20% Through First Half of 2019

RV Shipments Slip 20% Through First Half of 2019

The RVIA has released wholesale shipment numbers through the end of June, and the slide that began last year continues to grow.

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What will the campground of the future look like?

What will the campground of the future look like?

“Hey Alexa, deliver me some firewood”? KOA explores ideas for the next generation of campgrounds.

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RV Industry to Launch Multi-Million Dollar “Kick Off to Camping Season” Campaign

RV Industry to Launch Multi-Million Dollar “Kick Off to Camping Season” Campaign

Go RVing—the RVIA’s marketing arm—is launching a new multi-million dollar “Kick-Off to Camping Season” advertising and PR campaign that will run February through mid-July, encouraging people to camp in the great outdoors.

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HUD Ruling a Win for RV Manufactures, Trouble for Tiny Homes

HUD Ruling a Win for RV Manufactures, Trouble for Tiny Homes

The implication is now clear that all tiny homes must meet one of three standards.

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Inside the Push to Privatize Public Campgrounds — What Do the People Gain?

Inside the Push to Privatize Public Campgrounds — What Do the People Gain?

The outdoor industry is fighting for campground privatization in order to spur improvement. Is it a good deal for the people who own the land?

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RV Shipments Up Stunning 25% in January

RV Shipments Up Stunning 25% in January

Wholesale shipments of RVs spiked 25.3% year-over-year in the first month of 2018, according to the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association. Towable RVs rose 26.6%, but the sub-category of folding camping trailers (pop-ups) saw a 5.9% drop. Motorhomes saw an 18.1% increase overall, with class B (van-style) dropping 7.4%. That number is...

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RV Shipments Break Half-Million Mark for First Time

RV Shipments Break Half-Million Mark for First Time

“The RV industry hasn’t peaked, and we fully expect that shipments above half-a-million units shipped will become the new normal in years to come.”

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