Tomorrow we will welcome the first day of fall, which means winter won't be far behind. While there are many great places to go RVing even in the cooler winter months, it is a seasonal activity for many people. If you are one of those people it's time to start thinking about storing your RV. That sounds like a simple task, but if you aren't careful you could come back to an RV full of mold, mildew, pests, and rodents. These RV storage tips can help you have a good experience and an RV that is ready to go again next spring:
There are two types of people that love RVs. Those that like to travel and those that love camping. An RV offers great options for people within these categories, which is just about everyone. But, you can do both of these activities without an RV, so how do you know when it's time to make the jump into the world of being an RV owner? Here are 7 signs to let you know it's your time:
Unless you have lived under a rock for past few weeks you have heard of Hurricane Harvey. And, now just two weeks later we are anxiously watching to see what impact Hurricane Irma is going to have on Florida and the east coast. As a major vacation destination, there are campgrounds for RVs scattered all around the state. That hits home with RV owners everywhere whether they are full-time RVers or enjoy the occasional vacation.
Sky River RV strives to bring you the best options in the RV experience and we have some exciting news to share. Sky River RV is now an authorized dealer for Midwest Automotive Designs. We believe that this company has a line of RVs that can improve your traveling experience. You will love the customization, care, and luxury that goes into every design.
Have you been waiting for the right time to purchase your very own RV? Well, the time is now! Sky River RV is having a closeout sale on Keystone Montana models and they are priced to move! The deals are too good to pass up and there are less than 15 2017 models remaining. If you've been waiting for a great deal on a fifth wheel, keep reading.
When you own an RV you are able to bring some of the comforts of home along with you. Instead of sleeping in a tent on the ground you have the comfort of a mattress and blankets. You can cook in a kitchen and use a private bathroom. But, what about when you step out the door? Whether you are a full-time RVer or just an occasional traveler, it's nice to feel like you are at home. Here are 5 tips to help you turn your campsite into a home:
If you have paid any attention to the news or social media during the past month you know what's happening on August 21st - The Solar Eclipse. Why is it such a big deal? The U.S. hasn't witnessed a total eclipse of the sun since 1979. Unfortunately, California is not on the path of "totality", which is where you can witness the moon covering the sun 100%. However, you can still get a great view of the event from the state. If you want to move closer to the path of totality just pack up the RV.
If you are ready to experience the life of an RVer, but don't want to give up the comforts of home, OR if you have been RVing and are ready to up your game, a Newmar Diesel Pusher is for you. While they cost slightly more to operate, the experience that you will have is going to be priceless. Here are 5 reasons the Newmar Diesel Pusher is the RV you want to own
Technology is constantly changing the world around us. It makes some things easier and other things harder. It made its way from our business life to our personal, and it has even entered into the world of camping. Yes, some might enjoy doing away with all technology to enjoy the camping lifestyle, but it does offer a lot of advantages. Here are 10 mobile apps that we think you need to try out for your next RV Trip:
Many people dream of becoming a full time RVer, however, they might not be saying what they think they are. There are two degrees of living in your RV full time. The first is a full time RVer - you find a place that you love and you live there in your RV. You have many of the same similarities that you would have at home. There are even some campgrounds that allow you to purchase a lot. That means you know who your neighbors are and where your home is. You have familiar places to go and a physical location to call home.