The coronavirus COVID-19 is disrupting many facets of daily life, but some RV owners are finding a sense of safety because of the flexibility an RV can offer. As the virus situation changes RV owners feel they have more options about where they can stay in the comfort of their unit.
Spring means that RV camping season is here! But, this also means that it’s time for RV spring cleaning rituals.
Choosing a motorhome for tours, travels and/or camping is just the same as choosing a home on a piece of land except that a motorhome, as the name suggests, lives on wheels. There are different types of motorhomes to choose from but to make it easier, they have been lumped into 3 classifications based on prevailing features:
Purchasing an RV is a big decision. When you buy an RV, you want to make sure the vehicle is exactly what you’re looking for. You always want to be sure you are ready to care for and maintain an RV. If you aren’t ready to buy just yet, consider renting an RV with Bluegrass!
Buying your next RV from Bluegrass RV Supercenter of Lexington and Georgetown KY is always a great idea, but the experience of buying it at one of our area RV shows is an amazing one! RV shows are an excellent place to shop for your RV, and here is why —
The Louisville Boat, RV, and Sport Show are coming on January 22-26, 2020, and Bluegrass RV Supercenter will be exhibiting in Booth 1150. We are excited to be at this great exhibition, and we will be there to show how the RV lifestyle can enrich your life!
There are a lot of misconceptions about when the best time to shop for or buy a new RV actually is. Many folks don’t even start thinking about their warmer weather trips and vacations until the last of the snow melts away and the plants begin to brighten up once again.
There is one thing that is true about being out on the road in an RV; when you are cruising the highways and byways of America in your camper or motorhome you are usually one of the biggest vehicles around. That means there are a lot of various parts and components that could go kaput at any time. Another fact about RVs is that they tend to spend a lot of time parked and not in use. This can lead to any number of other mechanical and maintenance issues that might need to be addressed.
Whether you are an RV pro or a first-timer looking to get your feet wet, the world of RV camping is wide open to all. RV camping is ideal for a variety of activities, ranging from basic overnight stays in the wild all the way to long-distance road trips involving multiple states.
There is nothing quite as fun and exciting as hitting the open road and traveling across the country, seeing all of the different regions and wonders it truly offers. Whether it’s a coast to coast trip and everything in between, or just a simple jaunt to a neighboring state to catch an event or scenic attraction, being able to cruise the highways and byways in total freedom and peace of mind is our kind of trip.