Mark Your Calendar For These Fall 2022 RV Shows
RV shows are a great way to meet fellow RVers, stay up-to-date with the latest trends, find great deals on RVs, and enjoy some food and fun!
Some events are bigger than others, of course, but each of these shows provides opportunities for education, socializing, and entertainment. Fall is a great time for RV shows because new models are just beginning to come out for the new year.
Whether you want to visit a show that’s close to home or in a special destination, you’re in luck. Almost every state in the US hosts multiple RV expos, conventions, and shows throughout the year. Most states have wrapped up their events for 2022, but there are a few RV shows still on the schedule.
Below is the list of upcoming RV shows for the remainder of 2022. They are organized by state, so you should always be able to find an option that’s within a reasonable distance. Now let’s buckle up and find some great RV shows for you to visit!
Alaska: Go Winter! Expo 2022
- Location: 2010 2nd Ave, Fairbanks, AK 99701 (The Carlson Center)
- Show dates: October 22-23
- Event website: fairbanksevents.com
Our first RV show is way up north in Fairbanks, Alaska. If you happen to be in the neighborhood, check out the Go Winter! Expo 2022. This event is great for people who are new to winter RVing because nobody knows how to spend the winter like Alaskan natives.
There will be panels about safety, RV maintenance, and how to stay sane through the long winter. If you plan to spend the winter in Alaska, you’ll definitely need these tips!
The Interior Alaska Gun Show will also be taking place within the Go Winter! Expo 2022. More than 80 vendors will be present, so you can combine your interests of RVing and shooting in one location.
Admission is incredibly cheap at only $5 per person, and you can attend for free on Sunday if you bring 2 cans for the food bank.
Indiana: Indianapolis Fall Boat & RV Show
- Location: 1202 E. 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205 (Indiana State Fairgrounds – West Pavilion)
- Show dates: September 23-25
- Event website: indyfallboatandrvshow.com
Next up is a show that will be more accessible to people within the contiguous US. Indianapolis is the home of lots of vehicular shows, and the Fall Boat & RV Show is a great addition to the list. If you’re interested in the newest RV releases or want to check out a wide range of used options, this is the place to be.
Boats are another major focus of this event, so it’s perfect for outdoor enthusiasts of any sort. Visitors have the opportunity to save thousands of dollars when they purchase an RV or boat at this show. The price of admission is also quite affordable, so don’t worry about blowing a ton of money just to get in.
If you buy online tickets before September 22, it only costs $8 per person. Otherwise, the online price increases to $9, and the in-person price is $10 per person. Children under 12 get in free, so don’t hesitate to bring the kids along!
Maryland: Maryland RV Show
- Location: 2200 York Road, Lutherville / Timonium, Maryland 21093 (Maryland State Fairgrounds)
- Show dates: September 17-19
- Event website: mdrv.com
For the past several years, the MRVDA has held two annual shows in Maryland. This year, one of them falls on September 17-19, so it’s perfect for anyone who’s looking for autumnal RV shows. Over 52 of the top RV brands will be on display this year. The Maryland RV Show provides a great opportunity to see the latest floor plans, tech innovations, and interior designs.
If you buy tickets online, you’ll get a $2 discount compared to the gate price. Online tickets cost $6 for a single day and $10 for a 3-day pass. Gate tickets cost $8 for a single day and $12 for a 3-day pass. If you plan on traveling with a large group, be sure to take advantage of the cheaper online pricing.
Plenty of vendors and exhibitors will also be on-site to answer any questions you might have. With all the great options available, you may even leave this event with a new RV in tow!
Michigan: MARVAC RV & Camping Show
- Location: 46100 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI 48374
- Show dates: September 28- October 2
- Event website: michiganrvandcampgrounds.org
The MARVAC RV & Camping Show is a proud tradition of Novi, Michigan. This year’s fall show marks the 33rd anniversary of this annual event. They’ve had plenty of time to work out the kinks and get everything running smoothly.
If you decide to attend this show, you’ll be able to explore hundreds of RVs of every shape and size. Whether you’re interested in the tiniest fold-out tent camper or the largest toy hauler, there’s bound to be something for you in the MARVAC lineup. There are also tons of booths for spare parts, upgrades, and the latest innovations in RV tech.
The ticket pricing here is slightly more expensive compared to the shows we’ve already covered. Both online and gate tickets cost $12 per person. Seniors over 55 years old get a $1 discount and children under 12 can enter for free. If you want to get an additional $1 discount, visit the MARVAC RV & Camping Show website and register with your name and email address.
South Carolina: Myrtle Beach RV Show
- Location: 2101 North Oak Street Myrtle Beach, SC (Myrtle Beach Convention Center)
- Show dates: October 21-23
- Event website: themyrtlebeachrvshow.com
Myrtle Beach has long been a destination for beach lovers, but it’s even more appealing to RVers who want to visit RV shows and dip their toes in the water. All the top manufacturers in the nation are represented at this show. With this side selection, you can truly see the best of the best.
Accessories, upgrades, and parts are also for sale here. There’s no shortage of booths, vendors, and exhibits, so this place is a paradise for anyone who loves RVing as much as we do. The convention center is also quite close to the beach, so you can dip out at any time and enjoy some sun, sand, and sea.
Tickets cost $10 per person, and it’s strictly cash only. Make sure to stop by an ATM, so you have enough money to cover your crew! Luckily, anyone under the age of 16 gets in for free, so you won’t need to worry about forking out a bunch of cash for the kids.
Texas: Direction Wide Open RV & Motorcycle 2022 Rally
- Location: 4300 State Highway 16 N, Bandera, Texas 78003 (NW of San Antonio, South of Fredericksburg)
- Show Dates: September 22-25
- Event Website: dwo.net/rally
Texas is the home of many RV shows, but the Direction Wide Open RV & Motorcycle 2022 Rally is one of the most exciting ones! Everthing that has a pair of wheels is welcome at this event, including sidecars, trikes, motorcycles, and (of course) RVs.
This is the place to be if you want to participate in panels, seminars, trivia, shows, demonstrations, and competitions. There’s also plenty of time to sit down and relax with fellow RV enthusiasts.
It costs $20 per night if you want to park your RV on-site. Most visitors will need to dry camp if they want to stay here, but there are also some wonderful RV resorts and campgrounds in the surrounding area. Be sure to register on the event website before you show up!
Washington: Tacoma Fall RV Show
- Location: 2727 East D Street, Tacoma, WA, 98421 (Tacoma Dome)
- Show Dates: October 7-10
- Event Website: tacomafallrvshow.com
Finally, we have a show in the lush Pacific Northwest. The Tacoma Fall RV Show is a great place for dealers and customers alike to network and share information. The goal of this event is to provide a one-stop shop for all your RVing needs. Whether it’s a new vehicle, a replacement part, or a tech upgrade, there’s something for everyone here.
It costs $15 per person to enter the event at the Tacoma Dome, but those with military ID qualify for a rate of $7.50 instead. Children aged 12 and under can enter free of charge!
Find more RV shows and events
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