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National Park Service Announces More Fee-Free Days

Following on the heels of a week of fee-free days at America's National Parks during National Park Week April 17-25, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced additional fee-free days at the nation’s national parks this summer and fall....[Read More]


Celebrating 100 Years of Exploration and Innovation.
In 2010, RVIA will lead an industry-wide, year-long celebration to recognize the 100th anniversary of the RV industry with an array of centennial events and promotions that will highlight our proud past and bright future. [Read More...]

Tracks to Adventure Focusing on U.S., Canada

A swine flu scare, an explosive drug war and the global recession have put an end to RV tour company Tracks to Adventure’s unique train caravans into Mexico. ”The train tours are over for now. It’s a decision I had to make,” said Tracks President Larry Olsen. The drug war violence was the last straw. ”We canceled our [Read More...]

RV travel: 100 years and counting

While enthusiasts and industry observers have always touted RVing as an affordable vacation option, it's poised to provide even more value this year — at least in relation to what's going on in other segments of the travel market. [Read More...]

Louisville Park Opens to Campers for Derby Kickoff

For the first time, Louisville Metro Parks will open Eva Bandman Park near downtown Louisville for Thunder Over Louisville camping, according to Louisville Business First. Thunder Over Louisville, which will be held Saturday, April 17, is an air show and fireworks display that will serve as the public kickoff to the Kentucky Derby Festival. Tent and RV {Read More}

Freightliner to Hold RV ‘Camp’ at FMCA Rally

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corp. (FCCC) is expanding its popular Camp Freightliner sessions, where RV owners or those simply interested in learning more about motorhome chassis spend two full days learning the ins and outs of their chassis, to the West Coast this year. Traditionally, Camp Freightliner has been held at the company’s location in South Carolina, [Read more...]

Introducing our redesigned Web Site

Big Rig is proud to present our newly redesigned web site. It has been a long time in waiting but now our site looks up to date and is easier to read. We also have a lot more space for descriptive information. Our Twitter page and our Blog page is also easier to locate. Let us know what you think. Post comments here and of course our web site address is:

Camping Rates Rise at Popular National Forest

The tables, trails and fire rings are improving at the more rustic campgrounds in the Stanislaus National Forest, in eastern California but prices to camp at those sites are rising, too, according to the Stockton (Calif.) Record. Forest officials say they plan by this summer to increase camping fees at a dozen campgrounds including popular high-altitude [Read More...]

Motley Crue to Perform at Sturgis Campground

Nobility will play Buffalo Chip Campground in Sturgis, S.D., this summer, but Motley Crue requires neither curtsies nor bows, according to the Rapid City Journal. “They are rock royalty,” said Rod Woodruff, owner of the Chip. The bad boys of rock ‘n’ roll will join the Chip’s 2010 Sturgis motorcycle rally lineup Aug. 11. It will be the (Read More...)