May 2019 Music Festivals: A Camping Guide


Hello White Horse RVers! It's May and that means Festival Season is already in full swing. Coachella may be over, but there are still plenty of Music Festivals happening every weekend this month! With lineups as varied as these, there is something for everyone this May, and we've got your back when it comes to …

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Your RV is a great way to experience Fall Foliage


The kids are back in school, football season has started, and there may even be a bit of a nip in the air where you are. For many, this is also the time of year to plan their Fall Foliage trip. Fall is right around the corner, and before you know it, the leaves will …

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This is the Toy Hauler you’ve been waiting for!


Update 7/17/12: We've just uploaded some brand new pictures of the Fuzion 342 on our Pinterest Product Information page!   Many of our toy hauler customers over the years have inquired about a double axle 5th wheel toy hauler that also has a 12' garage so they could fit some bigger toys. Well, the wait …

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Would you make a good Workamper?


Many RVers we talk to have the dream of one day being able to leave their jobs, friends, family, and basically the day-to-day life they've been living, in order to travel in their RV to destinations unknown. Sure, many folks do wait until retirement and do just that,  staying on the road for months, or …

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Kids Corner – Get ready for Spring Camping!


Now is the perfect time to get ready for Spring Camping Season! We're  all looking forward to some sun and outdoor fun,  so here are a few ideas we came up with to get your family excited for your first (or next) camping trip in 2011! Camper's Check List: This is something easy and fun to do …

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Celebrate where it all began


This Fourth of July, many people around the country will tune into network TV and see star-studded celebrations taking place in New York, Washington, and Boston. We may be a little biased, being located just 25 minutes from Philadelphia, but every year Philadelphia puts on a week-long celebration that is second to none. And why …

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