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Ten Ways To Spruce Up Your RV For The Holidays

By Carrie Battles of Trailer Life Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tis the season of sparkling lights, hot cocoa and cozy evenings around the campfire. Whether you’re a full-time traveler, a stationary RVer, or simply hitting the road for the holidays, don’t let the lack of storage space kill your jollies. Downsizing from a house to a home-on-wheels has obvious advantages, but during the holidays, it can leave some of us scratching our heads. How can I decorate a 150-square-foot space? Where will I fit the Christmas tree? How will I store everything come January? Luckily, in regard to being creative, there is plenty of room to overcome these obstacles.

For a little inspiration… here are 10 RV decorating tips YULE love!

O’ Christmas Tree, O’ Christmas Tree
Let’s face it — the tree is the quintessential Christmas decoration. Can you even have a Christmas without a Christmas tree? Sure, but for many of us, it just wouldn’t be the same. But hey, if Santa can squeeze down the chimney, surely you can fit a tree in your camper! For those who prefer artificial trees, a “pencil-shaped” Christmas tree can fit into tight corners and won’t obstruct your walking space. If you’re pining for a real tree, make it a family affair by purchasing a $5 tree cutting permit from the National Forest Service. For folks who own a compact trailer like a Shasta or an R-Pod, you might not have the room for a full-size tree. In this case, take it from Charlie Brown — size doesn’t matter. Tabletop trees are the perfect addition to your dinette or countertop. Whether it’s store-bought or a clipping from the woods, a little Christmas tree can add plenty of cheer to your RV.

Fleece Navidad
A great way to feel cozy and warm this Christmas is adding holiday-themed pillows and throws into the mix. Adorning the couch with a festive blanket and adding a couple of pillows sets the mood and can instantly brighten the room. To avoid taking up extra space, consider trading out cases rather than buying new pillows; that way, you can easily fold them up and store them later. If you plan on decorating your bedroom, this can also be done with duvet covers.

Pick a Theme That Soots You
When you’re mulling over how to decorate, choosing a theme can be the best place to start. A unified style, color scheme, or pattern can really make the place feel like home for the holidays. For those who enjoy the vintage camper look, thrift stores and Etsy are chock-full of unique heirloom finds, from little knickknacks to lights and ornaments for your aluminum tree. If you want to up your Kitschmas game, get out the hot glue gun and make a wreath out of colorful baubles and tacky Christmas ornaments you find at Goodwill. For trailers with a cabin-chic feel, go rustic with flannel, burlap, pinecones and natural bark candles. When it comes to color schemes, there are so many to choose from. Of course, you can always go the classic route with red and green, a traditional Christmas color scheme never goes wrong! If you want to freshen up the space, a modern take with white and silver can light up the room. For those who aren’t afraid of color, make the place extra merry with a retro multicolor scheme that’ll brighten up those gray winter days. Patterns like plaid and stripes bring even more joy indoors this season, while shapes like stars and snowflakes can be hung on the walls or found in fabrics, ribbon and bunting.

Natural Noel
If you’re traveling fulltime in your RV, having a ton of Christmas decorations lying around might not make sense. There’s an eco-friendly alternative to buying cheap plastic decorations that are likely to be discarded after the holidays. Use natural options you find around you. Foraging your Christmas decor is an excellent way to save storage space while simultaneously cutting costs and will land you on Mother Nature’s Nice List. While out on a hike, collect fallen pinecones, evergreen sprigs, Magnolia leaves and wild berries. But whenever picking up loose wood, make sure you heed local regulations. Back at camp, enjoy some mulled wine and have a craft day.

Dreaming of a Minimalist Christmas
Whether you’re on the road or just prefer keeping things simple for the holidays, you can make a little bit go a long way. A few bows here and there, a Christmas wreath on the door, and a red or green light bulb for the doorway are some festive options for campers on-the-go. If you’re wishing for an effortless light display at the RV Park, consider purchasing a Star Shower, a projected laser light display. The best part of all — you won’t even have to climb a ladder!

Baby, it’s Bold Outside
Sleighing the outdoor decorating game involves a lot of time and effort, but the end results sure pay off! For the Clark Griswold’s of the world, we get so much joy decking out our place for the holidays. For me, this means covering as much surface area as possible. For some, the Christmas decorations become a larger display spreading throughout the campsite. From a synchronized light show to a campsite adorned with Disney inflatables, you’re bound to have your presents known!

Get Lit This Christmas
Transform your home-on-wheels into a winter wonderland by adding some dazzling Christmas lights. Before you break out the lights, the first thing you’ll want to do is make sure you won’t exceed your available wattage. To conserve energy, LED bulbs use 90 percent less energy than their incandescent counterparts. They also last longer, partly due to the fact the bulbs are made of plastic and not glass, which tend to break more easily. If you plan on being off-the-grid during the holidays, a generator or solar panel can power your lights. Another option is to skip the standard electrical lights and go battery-powered with rechargeable batteries. Indoors, lights can be hung around your windows and doorways or along your countertops and ceiling. While decorating the exterior, there are many routes you can take. Some ideas include lighting the contours of the trailer by creating a silhouette, hanging the lights along the canopy, or illuminating the walkway with some glowing candy canes or rope light. When it comes to attaching the lights, consider suction cups, magnetic clips, command strips and hooks.

Deck the Walls with Garland
For those who decide to skip a tree or simply want to add an extra dose of merriment to their camper, garlands are the perfect pick. Though most RVs have limited floor space, there are many opportunities for wall hangings. Garland can be attached to the ceiling, placed along a mantle or countertop, or hung around a door or window. If you want to add garland outdoors, they can be draped along fencing or hung from a canopy.
You can buy freshly cut garland from the store, or if you’re crafty- grab some free trimmings from Lowes, or forage from the woods and create your own. For those who prefer artificial garland, they can be bought pre-lit, or you can add your own lights. If you want to mix it up this Christmas, Michaels along with several other craft retailers offer colorful alternative garlands to hang for the holidays.

Put a Wreath on It
Hark! The herald of Christmas is undoubtedly the wreath. It’s simple, charming and it makes a home feel inviting during the holidays. Whether it’s hung on a door, over the mantle, or placed on the front of the trailer, it helps bring warmth to the coldest months of the year.These days, you can find an assortment of creative wreaths on the market or by researching DIY tutorials online. Other than the classic evergreen wreath, you can find some made with bows and baubles, sequined appliques and ribbon, pinecones and burlap, or to be extra on-point this season, miniature Christmas trees and vintage campers.

Christmas Island
Who said it has to be a White Christmas anyways? If your plans are taking you south this winter, embrace the warm weather decorations, too. Trade out the Christmas tree for a cactus or palm tree. If you still want the traditional tree, consider decorating it with a beach or desert theme. Beachy add a nice touch, and when you’re dashing through the sand, keep your eyes out for driftwood or shells that can be made into a tabletop tree. In the Southwest, luminaires can brighten up the porch, while poinsettias can add an extra splash of color. Last but not least, don’t forget the RV world’s favorite animal mascot, the pink flamingo!

Thanksgiving in your RV? A few modifications can save the day.

Thanksgiving is a great time to head for your favorite RV camping spot. But if the thought of prepping the “meal of the year” in a small RV kitchen feels a bit intimidating, there are ways to switch up your typical routine and save you a lot of time and worry.

Electrical appliances have come of age.

Probably the one getting the most attention these days is the Instant Pot. The Instant Pot is a Canadian brand of multicookers that can free up your oven and stovetop and help you serve up tantalizing dishes. Because it can be stored away when not needed, it’s the perfect kitchen tool for RV’ers. (Although once you start using it, it could very well become a daily staple in your food prep).

Instant Pot combines all the features of a slow cooker with a pressure cooker.  One model even includes an alternate lid that turns the Instant Pot into an air fryer, making it possible to cook and crisp all in same pot.

The NuWave Oven is a lifesaver if you plan on doing a lot of baking.  The NuWave Oven cooks evenly every time, allowing you to bake a pie or casserole while using your RV oven for other dishes.

Many of today’s modern luxury RVs you can buy feature an induction cooktop, which can help increase your stove space by a lot.  The cooktop also comes in handy later when you want to cook without using up your propane.

Electric appliances can be extremely helpful when trying to cook multiple dishes at once. Just remember that these appliances do pull quite a lot of power. It probably isn’t a good idea to use more than one of these things at a time, especially if you’re on a 30-amp hookup.

Even so, using just one electric appliance in conjunction with the propane oven and stovetop will make things go much more smoothly.

Cook a few dishes each day leading up to the big event. 

This is actually good advice regardless of where you’re prepping your Thanksgiving feast.  Many luxury RVs have full-sized refrigerators, so storing those delicacies that need refrigeration can help free up your time and shorten your to-do list on the big day.  Dishes that can be  made in advance include pies and other baked goods, casseroles, potato and macaroni salads, and appetizers like veggie trays and dips.

Take the fun outside.

Kitchen space is typically limited even in the nicest of RVs. Even generously sized kitchens can seem small when prepping the Thanksgiving meal.  Fortunately, the weather in many parts of the country is crisp and inviting, allowing you to take advantage of your campsite.

Why not eliminate the lack of counter space issue by setting up a folding table outside? It’s a great place to peel potatoes or snap green beans.  You can also use a folding table to hold your electric appliance and let it cook away while you tend to other things.

Other outside methods for cooking a turkey includes the deep fryer method, where you fry the turkey in hot peanut oil.  It’s fast and results in deliciously flavorful bird.  Just make sure the turkey is completely thawed before adding it to the hot oil.

For those looking to get back to serious basics, you can always smoke your bird over an open fire pit.  A cooking tripod over the open fire and the addition of some hickory or oak chips keeps the turkey at just the right level for a good smoky flavor.

Looking for some more inspiration?

Pinterest is a great place to find recipes for these appliances and tips for meal prep in your RV.  Here’s a link to 37 recipes that would complement any Thanksgiving Day table.  https://trekkn.co/recipes-for-thanksgiving-day-in-your-rv/

No matter how you celebrate the official start of the holiday season, few things are sweeter than life in your RV shared with family and friends.

Ready to upgrade or start RV’ing for the first time?

New Port Richey, Florida-based Motor Home Finders can help buyers anywhere in North America find the perfect RV to fit their needs and their budget.  To explore our ever-changing inventory of Class A, B, and C diesel and gas motor homes, click here.  Don’t see what you’re looking for?  Give us a call at 888-783-4009 and we can search for you.  We’ll bring to bear our vast network of resources to find the ideal RV to buy and to get you on the open road.

 

Romantic RV Destinations You’ve Never Thought Of

Next year, plan a romantic RV getaway with your Valentine! There are tons of notable romantic travel destinations out there that are convenient to motor home parks, and in this article, we’ll take a look at a few that you may not have considered before.

When people think romance, they think New York City, Paris, gorgeous sunsets on sandy beaches, and snowed-in ski resorts, cuddling by the fireplace. But we hope that, after today, you’ll also think of places like…

Black Hills, South Dakota

If “rustic” equates to “romantic” for you, this is the place to check out. If you and your partner want to feel closer to nature and to each other, then the Black Hills is one spot you should definitely consider visiting. The Dakotas are states that are often overlooked, but these sparsely-populated states boast unparalleled beauty that will cause your breath to catch in your throat. Several excellent RV parks can be found in the area, and a few days after Valentine’s Day, the town hosts the Sundance Winter Festival, featuring rootin’ tootin’ entertainment like downhill barstool races. That will give you a chance to take a break from staring into each other’s eyes to get out and have some fun!

Couer D’Alene, Idaho

Here’s a little secret: Idaho has more than just potatoes. In fact, it’s home to the most diverse collection of natural wonder in the United States—but that’s for you to explore another time since we are looking only for romance here. And if it’s romance you’re after, Couer D’Alene fits the bill. It’s a picturesque lake town that was dubbed “a little slice of heaven” by Barbara Walters. There’s plenty to do, even in the wintertime, making it a great couples retreat. There’s no shortage of RV parks nearby, including the quaint Alpine Country Store and RV Park, a smaller campground with the amenities of a large resort.

Savannah, Georgia

What is it about historic towns that makes them so romantic? We aren’t quite sure, but whatever it is, Savannah has a lot of it. Okay, maybe we are cheating a little bit here: Savannah isn’t exactly unknown to traveling couples, but we would contend that it is underestimated. Prices are affordable, traffic is light, and there is a lot to see and do. Enjoy a romantic horse and carriage ride down the centuries-old brick streets. Explore quaint shops and top-notch cuisine. Hold each other close on a nighttime ghost tour. You have a great place to park your RV, too, just a short distance away at the Red Gate Campground RV park.

Romance is in the air in February, and even if you don’t get on the road in time for Valentine’s Day, you can surprise your sweetie by planning out a trip to one of these unforgettable couples’ destinations. How lucky to be in love!

Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in New Port Richey, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

Love Your Pets? Show them the World in an RV!

We all love our pets! They are so cute and fluffy and cuddly and affectionate and fun and…

Ahem. Sorry. We got a little carried away there.

It’s hard to leave your precious pets behind when you travel, but most modes of travel just aren’t very pet-friendly. And once you get to your destination, it’s a challenge to find a place to stay that welcomes pets. Those that do often charge expensive pet fees. Most even restrict the size and breeds that they allow. Plus, you have to think about your pet’s comfort: how will they relieve themselves? Will they feel claustrophobic? For most people, they are forced to leave their furry friends at home with a pet sitter or take them to a kennel.

Yeah, that’s a lot o

f concerns. Luckily, RV owners don’t have to wrestle with these—or, at least, not to the same extent that other travelers do. True, you will still have to consider your pet’s comfort, but in many ways, for a pet, traveling in an RV isn’t much different than being at home. When traveling in your motor home with your pet, your main concerns are whether or not you brought enough food and whether you’ve plotted out sufficient stopping points to allow them to go potty and burn off energy.

They can still stretch and nap on the couch, run around the living area, and, most importantly, get lots of attention from you! The majority of RV parks are pet-friendly, with many even having dog parks and the like, and most won’t charge you a pet fee. They get to take in new sights and smells, run through new grass, and potentially make new friends.

If you’re an RV-driving pet owner, you undoubtedly know all of this already, and bringing your pet along is probably one of your favorite parts of the RVing experience. If you’re a pet owner on the fence about jumping intothe lifestyle, we encourage you to take the leap. Traveling with a pet you love makes a trip that much better!

If you are interested in creating a comfortable traveling environment for your pet, peruse our inventory of Class A motor homes. Each listing comes with a rundown of included features and a collection of photos to help you find the RV that’s perfect for you!

Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in New Port Richey, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

Tips and Tools for RV Thanksgiving Prep

Thanksgiving is best spent with family, no doubt about it, but celebrating Thanksgiving in a National Park, making yourself at home in your RV might be a close second. (And if your family is with you, it’s easily number one!) The only hitch might be the food prep, especially if you are making a meal for more than two people. Although most of the Class A motor homes have top-notch kitchens that make RV cooking a breeze, Thanksgiving is a holiday that requires a lot of preparation, and the space limitations of even the best RVs can make this a time-consuming, stressful task.

Luckily, there are tips and tools that can make this easier and reduce the stress on you. Here are a few:

Tips for RV Cooking this Thanksgiving

Cook Ahead: Make as much as you can ahead of time and store it in your fridge. This is best done with desserts and other items that aren’t as dependent on freshness for flavor, like the cranberry sauce.

Go outside: Take advantage of your big backyard! Most RV parks have picnic tables that you can use to set your Thanksgiving feast, as well as grills that can be used to cook up some yummy sides without taking up precious stovetop space. Try grilled veggies as a side option! Besides, some turkey prep options like deep frying are best done outside. As an added bonus, you’ll cut down on the heat buildup inside your RV, keeping it a cool place to retreat when the cooking and eating are through.

Buy a bird: Controversial, we know. But if all else fails, a store-bought turkey might just fit the bill. You can provide the home-cooked touch when it comes to sides and desserts, so no need to feel guilty.

Useful Tools for RV Thanksgiving Cooking

The Instant Pot: For those with RV cooking aspirations, regardless of how big your motor home’s kitchen is (and some of the vehicles in our inventory have impressive kitchens), the right countertop tools can be a huge stress reliever. Consider the Instant Pot, a small, easy-to-use countertop cooking contraption that does it all when it comes to pressure cooking: sauteing, slow-cooking, baking, steaming. Thanksgiving prep is a great excuse to add it to your repertoire.

Propane stovetop: Even if your motor home has a high-end induction stovetop like many of our models, Thanksgiving requires so much cooking that another set of burners may be needed. If that’s the case, you can get an awesome little Coleman stovetop for as little as $40. These run on propane—perfect for outdoor RV cooking!

If you’re ready to try a full-on RV Thanksgiving, there’s no need to fear! These tips and tools will help you make it the best Thanksgiving ever! And your Class A luxury motor home from Motor Home Finders is the perfect place to host.

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in New Port Richey, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

 

 

 

 

 

RV Destinations to Kick Off Summer Vacation

It won’t be very long until millions of children will be out of school and ready for a few months of freedom: summer vacation! If your kids are among this group, kick off summer vacation the right way with a family roadtrip! We have ideas for you, no matter which region of the US you call home!

If you live in the northwest, Crater Lake in Oregon is a perfect spot to visit for a day or two. Volcanic destruction has given birth to this marvelous body of unbelievably blue water, surrounded by the stunning reds and grays of the rock and bright greens of the Oregon forest. A scenic way to kick off summer!

If you are in the southwest, celebrate summer vacation with a trip to Utah and one of the coolest National Parks around. Zion National Park is well-loved by vacationing families for its variety of outdoors activities. Spend a few days here to kick off summer vacation and you’ll find yourselves on a new adventure each day—hiking, horseback riding, spelunking, and more!

Middle America, a quick family road trip to St. Louis is what you need to start summer vacation off right. There is plenty to see and do in this centrally-located city, and with baseball season just getting into full swing, Busch Stadium is the perfect place to take in a ballgame, in full view of both the river and the famous arch

Just a couple of hours from anywhere in the southeast, Birmingham is an awesome place to visit to make the transition from school to summer. Visit historic landmarks that your kids probably spent time learning about in class, and see the amazing Vulcan statue, but you don’t have to make the trip to this southern city just about learning: there’s minor league baseball, country music, and some of the best barbecue you’ll ever taste to be had there.

For those in the northeast, the perfect RV way to kick off summer vacation is by taking a trip up the road from Baltimore to Acadia National Park in Maine. This scenic route takes you through many terrific New England cities, including Philadelphia, Boston, New York, and Portland, in full view of some of the most beautiful bridges and landscapes the region has to offer. Plus, if you’re a family of foodies, this trip is a dream!

No matter what route you choose to take to kick off your family’s summer vacation, make it memorable by traveling together in your home on wheels! A family that RVs together, stays together!

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Hudson, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

Planning Your Summer RV Trips

For everything that people do, there is an established, habitual way of doing it. We fold clothes the way Mama did it, copy Aunt Petunia’s pecan pie recipe, and take the same roads we’ve traveled a hundred times before to get to our destination—literally and figuratively.

These things work—Auntie’s pie is awful good, after all—and that’s why we do them that way, but what if there was a better way?

This applies to RV travel planning, too. If you’re a veteran RV owner, you have certain routes to certain destinations that you take at certain times of year, and it works for you. In this article, we want to give you some tips to help you plan your summer RV vacation in a new way.

When thinking about summer destinations, a lot of people think about the beach, but smart travelers know that the best move is to go north. Many places you’ve been conditioned to avoid due to miserable winters have unbelievable weather and some terrific festivals, making them sleeper choices for summer vacation. The beach is more or less the same year-round, so why not leave that to a winter trip and check out Montana, New England, or Washington instead?

Turn multiple trips into one. Instead of a straight there-and-back route, plan a trip that takes you in a big circle so that you can hit different destinations on your way out of town and on your way back home. Plan your itinerary well and you can use your momentum to save money and time while visiting more awesome places.

Is it more important to you to see all of the celebrations and attractions the destination has to offer, or to miss the crowds? Thinking through this little detail can make a big difference in your experience. Not only that, it can bring you savings in terms of time and money. Make a decision before you even start planning.

Taking these ideas into account while planning your summer RV trips will help you make the most of your next roadtrip. Gather tips from other travelers, take a peek inside their mind, and soon you’ll be an RV travel guru!

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Dade City, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

 

Summer RV Destinations to Add to Your List

It’s that time of year again, RVers! The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer, and you know what that means. We are fast-approaching summertime, so it’s time to start thinking about making plans for a summer RV trip. If you don’t have any ideas yet, we’ve got you covered, with four summer RV destinations that should definitely be on your travel bucket list.

Biloxi, Mississippi isn’t the first place many people think of when they think of awesome summer vacation destinations, but this coastal town has a lot to see and do. There are white sand beaches and prime seafood dinners. A casino town, Biloxi is full of exciting nightlife opportunities. A touching memorial to the destruction caused by hurricane Katrina stands in the center of town for you to visit. And every 4th of July, this military town puts on a stunning celebration.

Black Hills, South Dakota might be the best place in America to visit during the summer. Instead of frigid whiteness, the climate is pleasant, the foliage a verdant green, and the towns and parks full of interesting things to do. Sioux City, Rapid City, and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation are all within a short distance, full of western frontier history and scenic landscapes. The nearby parks are a great place to park your RV while you explore this time capsule region.

If you are a photographer, Jackson Hole, Wyoming needs to be on your summer travel list. It’s a haven for folks seeking the perfect shot, whether it’s the town, which looks like a page torn out of a picturebook of the Old West, or the breathtaking natural beauty of the snow-capped mountains surrounding it. RV parks in Jackson Hole are few and a bit pricey, but the experience is worth every penny.

Summer is a great time to visit the Great Lakes! Many of the RV destinations we recommend are places where you can explore mountain ranges straight out of a landscape painting or lush forests, but the Great Lakes boast plenty of natural wonder of their own, often overlooked. Lake Superior in Michigan is home to picturesque beauty, including the waterfalls, caves, and historic lighthouses of the Pictured Rocks Natural Lakeshore, plus all of the beach activities that summer calls for.

Wherever you end up this summer, travel is just better in an RV. Check out our inventory of Class A motor homes to find your next great roadtrip experience!

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Dade City, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

A Great Entry-Level Motor Home

Does the New Year mean getting into the exciting RV lifestyle?  If so, you’re in luck!

Many of the motor homes we list on our site are behemoths, loaded with features and with a price tag that matches the level of luxury they represent. We also list many smaller motor homes, like this 2016 Newmar Bay Star 3518, that are beautiful, comfortable homes in their own right. This RV represents a lower price point, and you’ll find that it includes many features that make it an excellent value.

This model is like new, with a scant 6,000 miles on the odometer. The owners have taken good care of it, with regular maintenance and a $5,000 chassis upgrade. The flooring, 12×12 vinyl tiles. It has an excellent array of appliances, including a large, 30” convection microwave and Norcold refrigerator. A rear-view camera-monitor system makes reversing a breeze.

What it lacks in length, at only 35’, it makes up for in efficiency with a folding salon table in the galley and a deluxe Hide-a-Bed sofa. The master bed is a lovely, luxurious pillow top mattress. Three slides open up to give you a comfortable living space.

As an entry-level RV, you can’t do much better than this model. It perfectly provides the home-on-the-road that RVers love at an unbeatable price point. Featured on our website, you can purchase this RV for just $110,000.

Visit the listing on our inventory to learn more: https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2016-newmar-bay-star-3518/

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Hudson Beach, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.

Featured Motor Home: One Elegant Lady

You have to appreciate a motor home that is named “Elegant.” This one lives up to that label.

This 2005 Liberty H3-45 Elegant Lady Prevost bus conversion has been on the road for a few years, but it is still a stunner. Huge, at 45’ long, its two slides expand the inside to be incredibly spacious. And, boy, wait until you see the inside. You might just want to move into this RV permanently once you see the gorgeous, laminate cabinetry, countertops, and marble floors. Luxury fixtures, hanging drawers, booth seating at the kitchen table…it’s unique and beautiful, and you can see yourself walking in and taking a stroll through the living area like you’re in a dream.

Other bells and whistles include a trash compactor, coffee maker, residential refrigerator, remote control electric blinds, bedroom vanity, and bunks with their own HD TVs. There’s more to see, so check out the inventory page on our website for a complete list and gallery of photos:

https://motorhomefinders.com/rvs/2005-liberty-h3-45-elegant-lady-prevost-45-double-slide/ 

This vehicle has been well-kept and cared for, with 57,000 miles on the odometer. It’s yours for just $549,900 from Motor Home Finders.

She’s a beauty, worthy of the title of Elegant Lady.

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Motor Home Finders is a licensed motor home broker based in Dade City, Florida. Specializing in diesel, luxury motor homes and bus conversions, Motor Home Finders has 50+ years of experience in buying and selling luxury RVs nationwide. Their mission is to eliminate the difficult efforts of private sellers trying to sell their recreational vehicle by orchestrating a seamless RV transaction process. To learn more, call 1-888-783-4009 or visit motorhomefinders.com.