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 RVers of the Month: Suzi and Dave    Why Rent a Motorhome or RV?

RV Trip Journal September of 2023 Features: Beluga's excellent adventure
"Dave and I have retired and are traveling the country in our Fleetwood Discovery Motorhome (Beluga) enjoying the company of our dog, Lewis. We left Spokane last Sunday. The weather was sunny and nice. We were sad to leave Jesse and Erin and sweet little Anabelle, but had made peace with that. We enjoyed a few last outings by ourselves and with them. A delicious wine offering for a lunch at Vieux Carre gave us the idea for a new destination in Walla Walla. Also, a last opportunity to have some beloved beignets. Dave deemed these "the best outside of New Orleans". We were happy and looking forward to being on the road again. Our route took us on the previously closed I-90 and we were stunned by the reach of the Gray Fire, the beginnings of which I showed you on my last blog. We're at the Blue Valley RV Resort in Walla Walla, Washington until tomorrow morning. This is a small, well run, well kept property on the outskirts of town in an industrial and rather downtrodden neighborhood. But....it's very close to the neat little downtown with lots of restaurants and set in the midst of lots of very good wineries. We had another knock out dinner at Brasserie Four last night and visited two new to us wineries. The first was Valdemar Estate Winery, a stylish new facility with it's roots in Spain. Having had plenty of wine yesterday, burp, we took it easy today. Grocery shopping, reading, naps, take-out pasta dinner and getting ready for the drive to Caldwell, Idaho in the morning." For more rv Blogs and Vlogs visit our RV Travelogues section.

      There are many reasons why renting a motorhome instead of rv rental reasonspurchasing may be a good solution. For the individual who has limited vacation time, a short term vacation on wheels without the long term costs associated with rv ownership may be the best option. The outright costs associated with buying an rv from a dealer include; licensing fees, insurance, storage and ongoing maintenance. Couple these costs with a relatively quick depreciation rate and the motorhome rental option begins to look better by the moment.

   Another reason to rent an rv is for first time buyers. Try before you buy. You may not always be able to rent the exact model rv you wish to purchase but you will be able to find out the things you must have and those you can live without. One can also get an overall sense of their comfort level driving, parking and living in an rv for a time. Use this link to find motorhome and rv rental locations.

RV Tips - Storage

Storing an RV properly is crucial to maintaining its condition and ensuring it's ready for your next adventure. Here are some of the most important things to consider when storing your RV:

  1. Clean Thoroughly: Before storing your RV, clean both the interior and exterior thoroughly. Remove all food items, clean appliances, and vacuum or sweep the floors. Clean and treat the exterior, including the roof, to prevent dirt, debris, and moisture buildup.
  2. Check for Leaks and Repairs: Inspect your RV for any leaks or areas of concern. Address any necessary repairs before storing the vehicle to prevent further damage during storage.
  3. Empty and Disconnect Tanks: Empty and flush the holding tanks, including the black and gray water tanks. Disconnect the propane tanks and turn off all appliances.
  4. Battery Care: Depending on the length of storage, consider disconnecting the RV's batteries or using a battery disconnect switch to prevent draining. If your RV has a generator, follow manufacturer guidelines for maintenance.
  5. Tire Maintenance: Inflate the tires to the recommended pressure and consider using tire covers to protect them from UV rays. If storing for an extended period, consider using tire chocks or blocks to prevent flat spots.
  6. Cover or Protect: Use an RV cover or invest in a climate-controlled storage facility to protect your RV from the elements, including sun, rain, snow, and wind.
  7. Ventilation: Ensure adequate ventilation by cracking open windows or using roof vents to prevent moisture buildup, which can lead to mold and mildew.
  8. Rodent and Pest Prevention: Seal any openings where rodents or pests might enter, such as gaps in doors or vents. Use traps, repellents, or other preventive measures to keep pests away.
  9. Stabilize and Level: If possible, level your RV and stabilize it using leveling blocks or jacks. This helps distribute weight evenly and prevents stress on the tires and suspension.
  10. Interior Protection: Use shades, curtains, or covers on windows to protect interior furnishings and fabrics from sun damage. Consider using moisture-absorbing products to reduce humidity inside the RV.
  11. Regular Check-ins: Even if you're storing your RV for an extended period, try to visit and inspect it periodically. This allows you to catch any issues early and ensure the RV is in good condition.
  12. Documentation: Keep a checklist of tasks performed before storage and any maintenance or repairs done during storage. This helps you keep track of the RV's condition and ensures you're prepared when it's time to use it again.

Remember, proper RV storage practices may vary depending on the type of RV you have and the climate in which you're storing it. Following these guidelines will help preserve the value and functionality of your RV, ensuring it's ready for your next adventure.

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Florida RV Park Added to Campground Listings
Posted on Thursday September 07, 2023

Lake City Campground of Lake City, FL. All long full hook up pull thrus with a big clean swimming pool, camp store with propane, wifi and cable, fishing pond and new clean bathrooms and laundry. Monthly and nightly rv rental sites. Every single one of our RV sites are pull thrus with cable, water sewer and electric. We don't have any back-ins in this campground. Our shortest overnight sites are 70 foot long and our longest is 120ft long so it doesn't matter how big or small your motorhome or towable recreational vehicle is we can accomodate you.

Maine RV Storage site added to RV Resources
Posted on Thursday September 07, 2023

Belgrade Lakes Marine and Storage of Belgrade, ME. We offer fully enclosed storage for boats, automobiles, and RVs. Since 1999, the owners have seen a greater demand for storage of automobiles, travel trailers, and RV's in addition to the expected boats and pontoons. Many returning customers from Maine and the New England States, as well as Florida, California, and Arizona and other states have filled the existing facilities. Storing a boat, car, travel trailer, or RV for summer use protected from the winter and sun obviously makes sense for many folks. Secure newer storage facilities accommodate boats on trailers, autos and the largest RVs in 3 buildings totaling over 21,000 sq. ft. Electrical charging outlets are available. Reasonable rates for real protection from extreme winter storms and sun damage.

Georgia RV Dealer added to Sales Pages
Posted on Friday September 01, 2023

Kamper Korner in Cleveland, GA. Kamper Korner is a full service North Georgia Recreational Vehicle Dealership. We have served as an RV dealership in North Georgia for more than 20 years. We sell new and used campers and specialize in Park Models, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels and Cargo Trailers. Our RV Dealership is nestled at the base of the North Georgia Foothills. Just 2.7 miles north of Hwy 75 on Hwy 129 in beautiful Cleveland, GA. Our RV Dealership proudly carries the Dutchmen line of recreational vehicles. We also carry Breckenridge and Chariot Eagle park models. We now carry the Forest River line of cargo and utility trailers. Stop and see our latest selection of new Park Models, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheels, and Cargo Trailers. We outfit many of our large Travel Trailers and Fifth Wheels the same as a park model/park trailer. If you're looking for large RVs to park in a campground, check us out.

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