Whether you are a fulltime RVer, a weekend warrior, or just want to find out what all the hype is about ‘rving’, visiting an rv show can be a great way to spend a day (or three!).
You can check out some of the fabulous new floorplans out there, find out what new amenities are available, discover fun new travel friendly products, and even attend seminars on everything from LED lighting to how to flush your black tank properly. You will likely come across booths representing local campgrounds (and get a feel for how friendly their staff is!), find deals on campground membership plans, and even pick up some fun swag from the big names in RVing/camping! (*While you are browsing, pick up some of those free reusable bags that Camping World hands out – they are the perfect size for laundry!)
When visiting the rv show:
6. Don’t dress to impress – dress to avoid blisters! Comfy shoes and clothing are a must as you will be likely walking miles and climbing in and out of coaches. Also, few large RV shows are housed completely indoors, so dress for the outside weather as well so you can browse those units parked outside; take jackets if chilly, and umbrellas if rainy or hot and sunny.
If you are buying a Class A, B, or C, do not purchase it without driving it!!! (but this will most likely have to wait until after the show. lol.)