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The Complete Guide to Storing Your RV at Home

— With Memorial Day and the Fourth of July behind us, we are fully in the throes of summer. Your RV is probably getting more use now than it does the whole rest of the year. From lakes to beaches and forests to parks, you’re zigzagging the globe and you couldn’t be happier about it. In the blink of an …

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The 7 Things Every Trailer Kitchen Should Have

Several months back, I wrote an article here at Camper Report about RV kitchen accessories. While all these extras are nice to have, they’re not exactly necessities. Could you live without a dish strainer or drawer organizers? Sure! Your trailer kitchen might be a little messy, but you could still enjoy food from the comfort of your vehicle. What about …

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12 Teardrop Trailers That Make Great Use of Space

Vehicle size is a major consideration on the mind of every shopper looking for a teardrop trailer. You need adequate room for cooking, sleeping, and relaxing. Teardrop trailers aren’t exactly synonymous with space, though, at least not most of the time. After all, the average teardrop trailer tends to be about five feet tall and 10 feet long, and even …

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How Much Do Pop-Up Campers Weigh (and other considerations)

Welcome to the 21st century—gone are the days of your grandpa’s pop-up. Pop-ups have moved up to snazzy, efficient, cozy and comfy recreational vehicles.  They come with many amenities to keep the experienced camper happy or welcome the first time questionable camper. The weight of a pop-up can vary as much as any travel trailer or fifth wheel considering their …

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10 Tips on Selecting a Travel Trailer for Families with Kids

You and your spouse are avid RV lovers. You’re always planning that next getaway, whether it’s a few states over or cross-country. Now that you’ve expanded your family, you’re hoping your kids will grow up to be as passionate about RVs as you are. You may need to upgrade your vehicle to accommodate your extra passengers. While full-sized motorhomes can …

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How Much Does a Class A RV Cost?

Class A motorhomes are the biggest class of RV on the market. These are often 24 feet and up (sometimes 40 feet or more!) and weigh thousands of pounds. Some people prefer Class A RVs over all over RV types (like in the Camper Report article I linked to above) while others don’t. If you’re reading this article, then you’re …

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Average RV Costs with 19 Example Prices

There are so many types of RVs out there to choose from. Some people want the whole motorhome experience while other drivers would prefer to hitch a travel trailer or fifth-wheel trailer to their truck or SUV. No matter your preferences, though, one deciding factor in which type of RV you’ll choose is the cost. RVs can cost between $10,000 …

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15 Perfect Bunk Bed Floorplans for Families with Kids

Perhaps your love of RVs was instilled in you when you were a child. You may have had a parent or relative who owned one of these vehicles. The sheer size was magnificent to you at that age, and you grew up wanting to own one. Now that you’ve achieved that goal, you want your children to experience the wonder …

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The Best Cold-Weather RVs for Extreme Cold

If you’re like most people in the country right now, you probably feel like winter has come fast. We went from balmy, sticky summer-like temperatures to frosted windows and being able to see your own breath almost overnight. Yes, we had a few fall days thrown in there, but for the most part, it seems like we skipped fall and …

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13 Reasons a Camper Trailer Should Be Your First RV

You’ve decided you want to head out on the open road and take in the many wonders this world has to offer. You know there’s only one vehicle for the job: a sleek, beautiful RV. You imagine how wonderful it’d be to have your very own motorhome that you can rev up whenever you feel the itch to travel. Then, …