In Winnebago test, motorhome crashes top down on pavement

  For decades Winnebago has tested its products beyond what is required by the RV industry. Perhaps nothing is more dramatic than the drop test, where a coach is hoisted three feet into the air and then dropped on its roof. After the test, engineers examine structural integrity, appliances and cabinet attachment as well as impact absorption. In this video, several high-speed... Read More

Plan to RV this Memorial Day weekend?

  By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association sent out a news release Wednesday that said a survey shows that nearly 14.4 million people in 5.8 million RVs will be on the road this Memorial Day weekend, heading into the country’s 18,000-plus campgrounds. Let’s do our own survey. Will you be in your RV all or part of this Memorial Day... Read More

KOA raises $118,000 for children’s charity

  Kampgrounds of America’s (KOA’s) annual Care Camps Big Weekend set a new camper attendance record May 12-13, drawing about four percent more camping families than last year, earning nearly $118,000 for its KOA Care Camps. In 2016, the care camps trust raised nearly $1.4 million through the year.  The Care Camps Big Weekend is in its 14th year and is a major fundraising event... Read More

FMCA plans return trip to Wyoming in 2018

  The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for motorhome owners, will hold its 98th International Convention & RV Expo at the Cam-Plex in Gillette, Wyoming, July 18 through 21, 2018. FMCA first held an international convention at Cam-Plex in June 2013, when members in 2,639 motorhomes gathered to enjoy a broad range of activities.  FMCA international conventions include an... Read More