Although we've geared this web site to Recreational Vehicle (RV) rigs 31 feet and over, you will find it contains valuable information for most RV owners.Why for 31 foot and over you ask? Most National and State Parks divide their campsites into three categories: 31 feet and over, 30 feet and under, and tent camping. In these ever changing times of "Bigger is Better", in the RV industry, this is truly the case.We feel that the information contained in our web pages will benefit most RV owners, from the smallest travel trailer and 5th wheel to the largest of motorhomes.Our goal is to provide RVers with information to hopefully help take away some of the fear, anxiety and concerns of owning a big rig, and that ever pondering question of "Am I too big, Will I fit"?.
No matter how small or large, if you share the same passion and enthusiasm for RVing and the great outdoors as we do, we invite you to explore our site and share in the experience of RVing.
We've been full time RVing for approximately 4 years now and our biggest frustration is that there isn't any one complete source to go to that will answer that question at the end of the day, "Am I too big, Will I fit".With this being said, this is why we have decided to create our web site, in the hopes to compile as much helpful information as we can. We traveled over 50,000 miles last year, throughout Alaska, Canada and the lower 48.Our rig is a 43 foot Newmar Mountain Aire diesel pusher with 4 slides, a motorcycle sports lift for our Harley Softail and our Jeep Rubicon tow vehicle, which puts us over 62 feet in length. We too ask that question at the end of the day "Am I too big, Will I fit"?We hope we can help clarify and provide you with valuable information and travel tips to ease your mind, so that you too can explore this beautiful country side.
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