What RV Features Would Dad Love Most?

Today’s luxury RVs come stacked and packed with technology and lots of features.  Whether your Dad is a gear head or a great outdoorsman, here are some of the features found on the types of coaches we sell Dad will truly appreciate.

Patio Awnings with LED Lights

Available at the push of a button on the 2020 Entegra Anthem 42 DEQ we now have in our inventory, this feature lets Dad set up your RV outdoor space at the push of a button.  Not only will it create instant shade, but it provides the perfect place to set up some camping chairs or a dog pen for the furbabies.

To learn more, visit https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2020-entegra-anthem-42deq/.

Digital Instrument Panel With Two Wireless Charging Pads

Forget fumbling with cables and outlets.  The 2019 Newmar Dutch Star 4369 has a built-in digital instrument panel complete with wireless charging pads.  Just set your phone or tablet on the pad and it charges automatically, no cables or plugs required.

To learn more, visit https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2019-newmar-dutch-star-4369/

Pure Sine Wave Power Inverter

Pure sine wave power inverters, like the one found on this 2019 Tiffin Allegro Open Road 36UA Bunk House, produce extremely clean, reliable, power like Dad would typically receive from your utility company. Some items must be run off of a pure sine inverter, otherwise it may not run the way the manufacturer intended that device to run. Some examples of applications that should be run off of a pure sine wave inverter are microwaves, key machines, breathing machines, CPAP machines, laser printers, digital clocks, sensitive electronics. PSW power inverters also allow motors to run cooler compared to a non-pure sine (ex. modified sine wave or MSW) and start easier as well.

To learn more, visit https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2019-tiffin-allegro-open-road-36ua-bunk-house/

450 Cummins Diesel

What Dad doesn’t love a machine with a lot of power, like the 2016 American Coach Allegiance 42G Diesel we have in our inventory.  Exceptional fuel economy, low operating costs and legendary reliability make Cummins diesel engines a top choice for RVs. Dads who own Cummins-powered motorhomes enjoy peace of mind, knowing they can confidently tow a vehicle and handle steep hills. Plus, the longevity and performance of Cummins engines routinely translate to much higher resale value than comparable gasoline-powered RVs.

To learn more, visit https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2016-american-coach-allegiance-42g-diesel/.

These are just a few of the dozens of special features Dad will love in a “new-to-you” luxury RV.  check out our entire inventory at https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/

June is National Camping Month!

The sun’s up, the birds are singing, and there’s never been a better time to hit the open road. June is Camping Month, and it’s a great opportunity to get outside with the family and enjoy the great outdoors.

Research shows that people who spend time camping are happier and more relaxed. After all, who doesn’t love sitting under the stars roasting marshmallows and making S’mores, or waking up to the fresh coffee and bacon sizzling away on your RV stove. While camping might evoke thoughts of roughing it in a tent for some, many of us prefer to bring our creature comforts with us in state-of-the-art luxury RVs. That’s truly the best of both worlds.

History of Camping Month

While there was a time when ‘camping’ was just called ‘being alive’, that all changed in the 1800’s when a man named Thomas Hiram Holding began to popularize the idea of recreational camping. Camping was a part of his life introduced to him by the rigors of the Oregon Trail, and once he had settled it turned into a passion he pursued and introduced to others. Once camping in general had become popularized, Thomas went on to introduce the idea of Cycle Camping to the American world.

This is, quite simply, where you load up on a bike and ride until you find a spot to camp, get up the next day, and do it all over again.

What is likely the first commercial campground opened in Douglas, Isle of Man in 1894 and was called Cunningham’s Camp. From this point in history all sorts of new types of camping came into existence, from mere weekend family getaways, to RV camping, and everything in between.

Whether rafting down a river in a Canoe and setting up camp in the evening, pulling into a private space in a five-star RV Park, or hiking into the woods far from civilization with a backpack full of your gear, Camping Month celebrates them all.

How to celebrate Camping Month

Well that’s easy–GO CAMPING! Even if it’s just a pop-up tent and sleeping bag in your backyard under the stars, get out there and reconnect with the great outdoors. There’s a place to find your soul and set your mind to peace out in the great distant woods, and they’re calling all of us to head back out there and find ourselves.

So, this month, pack up the RV and find yourself some secluded spot to set up and celebrating Camping Month by going camping, or should we say “glamping”?