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You’ve Got Places to Be

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Celebrity Scoop Celebrities enjoy the RV lifestyle.

Pennsylvania’s RV destinations you don’t want to miss.

Executive Vice President

Rebecca Lenington Financial Director

Therese Finney Marketing & Education Director

Heather Leach Membership & Operations Director

Russell Hatterer Marketing & Education Assistant



Rx for a Healthy RV

RVing in the Green

The RV doctor prescribes regular maintenance and careful operation for a healthy LP system.

The five steps to keep your RV trips environmentally conscious.

Megan McClain Receptionist

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From Pittsburgh to Philadelphia

The Road Ahead New technology is changing the RV experience in ways you’d never imagine.

Pennsylvania is the place to be in your RV.

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You’ve Got Places to Be Pennsylvania’s RV destinations you don’t want to miss.


he Keystone State is home to some of the most spectacular woodland areas in the nation. The Appalachian Trail, the Pocono Mountains, Lake Erie and a wealth of state-protected game lands draw thousands of RVers to Pennsylvania annually. However, not all RVs spend their time parked under evergreen trees. So where else are these captains of the road dropping anchor?


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Kennywood, located in West Mifflin just outside of Pittsburgh, is one of the country’s classic amusement parks. A wonderful blend of vintage and contemporary attractions, Kennywood is a fantastic family vacation destination. If you’re looking for amusement park thrills, check out the Phantom’s Revenge hypercoaster. If classic screams are your thing, hop on the park’s two 1920-era wooden coasters, Jack Rabbit and The Racer. The park offers a glimpse of the past with Lost Kennywood, a nostalgic attraction that captures the essence of the trolley park era. For more information on Kennywood, visit or call (412) 461-0500.


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Pocono International Raceway

Adamstown, located in Lancaster County’s Pennsylvania Dutch Country, is known as America’s Antique Capital. Since the 1960s, antique dealers and collectors have been drawn to this quaint town when the antiquing bug has bitten. The entire town transforms into a huge antique mall during the Spring, Summer and Fall Extravaganzas. With year-round shopping opportunities and more than 20 area campgrounds within a 30-minute drive, it’s no wonder so many RV adventures wind through Adamstown.

Opened in 1968, Pocono International Raceway has long been recognized as one of NASCAR’s most competitive speedways. Pocono’s unique 2.5mile track features three turns, each with its own degree of banking, and three straightaways. The raceway welcomes RVers by providing two separate RV parking areas for weekend races. The popular in-field area gives RVers the opportunity to watch an entire weekend of racing trackside, from the comfort of their home away from home. The outer RV park, located outside turn three, features weekend parking for RVers with the option of towing in a second vehicle. Surrounded by some of the most scenic woodland in the state, Pocono International Raceway is another glorious RV attraction in Pennsylvania. NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing Series events are scheduled for June 7 and August 2 in 2009.

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Antiquing Extravaganzas for 2009

Pine Creek Gorge Pine Creek Gorge is located in Leonard Harrison State Park in northeast Pennsylvania. The depth of the gorge, cut straight down nearly 1,400 feet by Pine Creek, earned it the nickname “Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon.” This state-protected watershed is also home to a 100-year-old secondary hardwood forest. With its abundant hiking trails and natural cover, Pine Creek Gorge is a great camping destination for RVers in Pennsylvania.

The entire community of Adamstown takes part in the seasonal extravaganzas. During extravaganzas, dealers set up outside and extended hours are implemented by local antique businesses. The scheduled extravaganzas for 2009 are:

Spring Extravaganza: April 16-19, 2009

Summer Extravaganza: June 25-28, 2009

Fall Extravaganza: September 23-27, 2009 or call (570) 646-2300.

Bald Eagle State Park Bald Eagle State Park, a 5,900-acre state-protected woodland, lies in the broad Bald Eagle Valley in Pennsylvania. Two geological provinces create Bald Eagle’s scenic beauty. The Allegheny Plateau to the north and west holds smooth, undulating uplands; the Ridge and Valley Province to the south and east contains numerous long, narrow mountain ridges separated by valleys. With a wealth of protected wildlife, hiking trails and waterways, Bald Eagle State Park is a “camper’s campsite.” The park is a phenomenal destination for RVers looking to truly get away from it all.

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Celebrity Scoop “There’s nothing not to like about it. The freedom of being able to pull up, stop, power up anywhere you want — beach or whatever. Set up and have your front yard different every single day. Whatever you want it to be, and to see the country that way — it’s awesome.”

Celebrities enjoy the RV lifestyle.

“[RVing] is a nice activity, because it’s you and the wife and the kids and you go everywhere.” – David Letterman, Host.

“My husband and I have a little RV that we travel around in. We enjoy [RVing]. We enjoy the outdoors, and we love to drive.”

– Matthew McConaughey, Actor.

– Dolly Parton, Country music legend.

“Recreation vehicles and the parks that accommodate them are so much better than I ever anticipated that I have become a convert.” – Emily Kaufman, Travel Writer.

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“Airline travel being what it is these days – so unreliable. I’ll feel much more comfortable knowing I have my own posturepedic bed, my own thermostat, my own lavatory facility.” – Robert De Niro, Actor.

“I’m going on a little road trip for two months … I’m just gonna get in an RV and ride around with some friends and have a good time.”

“We had a glamorous road trip. We upgraded from a tent to an RV.”

– Shia LaBeouf , Actor.

– Natasha Henstridge, Actress and Model.

“The minute I step foot in the motorhome, I feel at ease. I don’t have anything else to think about except taking care of my family.”

“You meet so many people in an RV. And they’re so friendly. I couldn’t do the research I do without one. In an RV, I can park and have everything I need.”

– Jennie Garth, Actress.

– Sue Henry, Best-selling mystery writer.

“As soon as this convention is over we are loading up our kids in an RV. We are traveling around to county fairs, eating ice cream, and taking our two girls to the swimming pool.” – Barack Obama, President-Elect




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Healthy RV

The RV doctor prescribes regular maintenance and careful operation for a healthy LP system.


By Gary Bunzer

t’s never a planned event. It’s always unpleasant when it occurs. No RV is ever completely immune to it. The result of it can be costly. It could ruin an otherwise enjoyable vacation or excursion. Other variations of it may be equally aggravating but not as debilitating. What is the “it” I’m rambling on about? It’s liquefied petroleum (LP) system failure. Regular Check-Ups


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The Heart of the System The LP pressure regulator is the “heart” of the LP system. The LP container(s), appliances, piping, tubing, hoses and cylinder switching components make up the rest of the system. The pressure regulator is located in the center of the LP system. In order to appreciate the importance of LP system maintenance, one must truly understand the inner workings of the LP pressure regulator. Probably the hardest working single component found on the RV, the task of the regulator is appropriately self-descriptive. The regulator must keep up with fluctuating LP container pressure. Just as the heart delivers blood to the organs, the LP system regulator delivers a smooth, even flow of LP vapor to each LP appliance. The regulator is running whenever the main LP valve is open. If the heart skips a beat, internal damage to delicate appliance components could result.

Breathing is Key The LP regulator must be able to “breathe” as the diaphragm expands and contracts inside the regulator body. When fuel enters, the diaphragm expands into an upper chamber. All the upper chambers are exposed to the outside atmosphere through a vent in each stage. The vents give the air an escape route when the upper diaphragm flexes. If air is not expelled, the diaphragm will not move. The vents in each stage must be kept clean and free from moisture, dirt, mud, snow or any other type of muck that could stop the ventilation process. Typically, the first stage vent is a tiny hole in the regulator housing (see photo). It doesn’t take much to plug the pin-sized hole. The drip vent portion on the second stage is also critical for proper operation and must be kept clean. In fact, it is federally mandated that the vent portion of the second stage always be positioned downward and within

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All RVers should focus on keeping their LP system in good working order. Regular maintenance is something no vehicle should go without, but the importance of maintaining the LP system is absolutely crucial. Why is failure of the LP system different than a drive train component failure or a generator problem on your RV? Without LP you cannot stay warm, heat your water, cook your meals or keep the contents of your refrigerator cold. LP system problems chip away at your ability to be “self-contained” during RV adventures. Just try starting your LP generator without it. Any engine problem that keeps your RV from moving is troublesome, but consider this: The worst case scenario of a transmission or engine malfunction is loss of time and money. An LP system failure, on the other hand, means multiple components inside your RV will cease to function. Without LP your fully equipped RV is basically a really big van. All LP-burning appliances require regular checkups. Whether attributed to overuse, abuse or lack

of attention, the LP system sustains more wear and tear than other RV operating systems. You can spend lots of money on costly emergency repairs when a component fails, or you can put a little preventive maintenance into play.

45 degrees of vertical. This position minimizes the possibility of any obstruction collecting directly on the vent screen. When replacement regulators are purchased, be sure the vent configuration is correct for your application. Always keep a plastic cover on your regulator. If the cover is lost or damaged, pick up another one during your next service center visit. This is the single most-effective method of protecting your LP regulator vents from blockage.

Let the Doc Handle It Now you have an idea of what goes on inside the regulator, so when can you turn the adjustment screw on the regulator to see the difference in the burner flames? Never, that’s when. Major rule number one: Never attempt to adjust the LP regulator without proper training or without the proper testing equipment on hand. Major rule number two: Never compromise safety factors. Like electricity and natural gas,

“Without liquefied petroleum your fully equipped RV is basically a really big van.” liquefied propane must be respected. In order to be respected, it must be understood. If you want to service your LP system yourself, you will need the proper education. Here’s what you can do without professional training to avoid any potential LP system failures. First and foremost, have the regulator adjusted by an expert at least once a

year. This technical step is an easy addition to the vehicle inspection or any other regular service appointment. Second, have your system checked for leaks as often as possible. How often? At the very least, once at the start of your camping season and again any time the LP system is “opened.” The LP system is considered open when a fitting is loosened or an appliance is removed. A chemical called ethyl mercaptan is injected into the odorless propane during the distilling process so you can smell leaks. If you ever smell the presence of this odorant, immediately shut off the LP supply and call your local service shop to schedule an appointment. If you suspect a leak anywhere in the LP system, be extremely cautious. Let a professional locate and fix potential leaks.

Your First-Aid Kit Carry a spare regulator in your RV at all times. Replacement regulators are pre-set at the factory to approximately 11 water column inches. No adjustments will be necessary until after your trip. And the good news is it cannot be installed incorrectly. The inlet and outlet are different sizes. Simply use the proper LP approved thread sealant and install the fittings at each end just as they appear on your current LP regulator. The differing sizes of the inlet and outlet serve as an infallible installation guide. Having that spare regulator in your spare parts kit will ensure you will not be left out in the cold or without hot water. Consider taking a detailed course on the LP system and appliances. Learning about the LP system will help you identify minor problems before they become major repairs. If you’d like to take an online training course regarding the LP system in your RV, please visit: http:// Remember: RVing is more than a hobby, it’s a lifestyle!

The Prescription The LP regulator feeds your appliances a nice, healthy flow of fuel. Here are the steps you can take to make sure the LP regulator continues to function properly:

r Keep it clean. r Keep it out of the weather whenever possible. r Check the plastic cover. r Have it set to the correct operating pressure at least once a year. r Be sure the vents are pointed down. r Leak test the complete system as often as possible. r Have the LP-run appliances cleaned and checked annually.

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n e e r G e h t in g n RVi The five steps to keep your RV trips environmentally conscious. By Angelique H. Caffrey


he traditional view of recreational vehicles (RVs) as gas-guzzling behemoths is starting to become an antiquated reality. As more and more RV enthusiasts actively seek ways to decrease their spending and lessen their carbon footprint, manufacturers have responded with “green,” money-saving products and practical motorhome solutions.

This isn’t simply anecdotal, reports back up the trend toward greener RVing. According to a survey of their members conducted and distributed by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA): • 76% of members minimized their use of air conditioning • 74% of members conserve light use in their RVs • 15% of members use solar panels on their RVs



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People around the nation are beginning to embrace the concept of RVing as an economical, energy-

saving means of travel and leisure. International consulting firm PKF Consulting recently suggested that the “typical RV family vacations are on average 27 percent to 61 percent less expensive than other types of vacations studied.” Of course, not all RVs are ecofriendly, meaning travelers need to take the first step toward becoming greener. The next time you’re planning an RV excursion across town or cross country, take these environmentally mindful ideas and actions into consideration.

1. Drive Green Want to get better gas mileage? It’s not as hard as you might think. The same practices that apply to your automobile can be applied to your RV. First, traveling at or slightly below the posted speed limit is a practical and simple way to maximize your fuel consumption, as is regularly using cruise control. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) notes that if you switch from 65 miles per hour to 55 miles per hour, you could save 10 percent to 15 percent on fuel costs. Even if you only save a few gallons of fuel per trip, it translates into money in your pocket, less wear-and-tear on your RV and fewer toxic emissions released into the atmosphere. Next, turn off your RV when it’s parked and avoid “idling.” Idling isn’t just a waste of energy reserves; it creates both auditory and olfactory nuisances. Rather than allowing your RV to sit for hours when you’re not planning to go anywhere, turn the engine off.

This movement among RV manufacturers proved so strong that by 2008 Roaming Times (a Web site devoted to all things RV) announced the Green RV of the Year Award winner — The Livin’ Lite Quicksilver Automotive Camper. As a consumer, you can support the growing inclination toward manufacturing environmentally friendly RVs by purchasing or renting motorhomes or pop-ups from green suppliers and dealers. If that’s not an option, at least buy a pre-owned (but still efficient) RV so it doesn’t land in a vehicle graveyard before its time. Lastly, if you’re handy (or you know someone who is), you may want to consider buying a school bus or other large vehicle and retrofitting it for RV usage.

3. Play Green When you’re RVing, try to spend as much time on natural, earth-friendly activities as you can. Choose campgrounds and parks that offer activities conducive to a green lifestyle, such as lake swimming, hiking, fishing and biking. These allow you to enjoy your surroundings without taking a toll on the environment. Of course, it’s not always feasible to spend every day in your RV when you’re on vacation, but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue to implement green practices. If you plan to sightsee beyond the boundaries of your campsite, ask other RVing individuals and families if they’d like to go with you. By carpooling with your new friends, you’ll save on gas and build special relationships and memories that will last forever.

2. Buy Green

4. Think Green

In early 2007, Coachmen Industries and Atlas Trailer Coach Products announced that they were going to work with National Source Energy Systems on future RV models. Their collective goal was to gravitate toward the use of solar power and biodiesel fuel to make and operate RVs and for RV product components and amenities. Later in the year, Pilgrim International Lamination followed suit when the company unveiled the first all-composite RV during an annual show in Kentucky.

Purchasing necessities and other items for your RV? Be conscientious about what materials are used in the products, as well as where and how the products are made. Almost anything can be manufactured using green methods. Blankets, paper products, dishes and plates, cleaning supplies — the list is virtually endless. Plus, there’s no reason to stop recycling cans, glass and plastic just because you’re away from home. You can also conserve water (Do you really need a daily shower when

you’re in the middle of the woods?) and snuggle under warm blankets instead of turning on the heat on cool autumn and spring nights. If you’re unsure as to the best green decisions, head to the Internet for answers. Many Web sites and online publications are dedicated to helping you make environmentally wise choices. That way, you can educate yourself before spending by examining the variety of green products online.

Fast Facts

Here are some steps you can take before, during and after your RV trip to be as green as possible: Figure out what campground you would like to stay in before you leave. Gas is wasted when you’re driving around looking for the right spot. Take “Navy” showers and have your children do the same. Turn the water on and then off to soap up before turning the water back on for the rinse.

5. Vacation Green Rather than driving thousands of miles in your RV, why not spend your next weekend or long getaway closer to home? There’s no hard and fast rule that says a relaxing, “away-fromit-all” retreat can’t take place at the campground that’s nearest to your house. And when you play tourist in your own community, you often discover recreational gems you didn’t realize existed. You can also look for campgrounds that support a greener lifestyle. Some may have instituted green energy sources or provide a significant amount of organic food in their stores. By patronizing them, you’ll be helping them thrive. Even if you choose to visit a camping spot two hours away instead of four, you’ll be acting with eco-responsibility. You’ll also be able to spend less time on the highway and more time with your traveling companions. And isn’t that what RVing is all about in the first place?

Observe all campground rules to the letter. Obviously you should use designated waste removal areas for your septic tank. It’s the little rules that get pushed by the wayside. For example, don’t tie leashes or clotheslines to trees. This will damage the tree bark. Acknowledge and observe fire safety rules. Fire regulations change daily at some campgrounds based on dry conditions or wind velocity. Obey all leash laws. Campgrounds seem like a great place to let your dog(s) run free. But those woods are occupied by plenty of free-roaming wildlife that won’t be excited about a new addition to their neighborhood. Find the appropriate recycle bins right away. Avoid burning your trash. Wash and dry fruits and vegetables at home and wrap the produce in paper towels for the trip. Information provided by

Products to Promote Green RVing: Lightweight trailers and pop-up campers Solar panels and chargers for natural heating and energy Composting toilets

Environmentally friendly wastewater management tools, roof coating and insulation Hybrid cars and trucks for trailer towing


RVs that use biodiesel fuel Vegetable-based detergents and cleansers Low-noise RV generators

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From Pittsburgh to Philadelphia Pennsylvania is the place to be in your RV. By Angelique H. Caffrey


ccording to a report from the University of Michigan’s Survey Research Center, a whopping one in 12 households that own vehicles in the United States also own a recreational vehicle (RV). And those RVs aren’t idly sitting in driveways; they’re headed across the countryside.


RV vacations and getaways have become an attractive, cost-effective way for families and friends to relax in comfort while enjoying their natural surroundings. The state of Pennsylvania is the fourth-largest RV producing state in the U.S. and features the fourth-largest number of RV campsites. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Pennsylvania continuously attracts travelers with motorhomes, conversion vans and travel trailers. Without a doubt, the Keystone State is proud to be a beacon to those adventurers looking for a vacation that’s extraordinary. Pennsylvania’s motto is “Virtue, Liberty and Independence” — the perfect way to describe the RV way of life. ›››


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››› If you’re wondering what makes RVing in the Keystone State so appealing, below are five great reasons to make the commonwealth your next destination.

1. The Camaraderie There’s an intrinsic feeling of camaraderie among RV enthusiasts. “I love the community feeling at every campground we visit,” says Bruce Schulter of Schnecksville, Pa. “It’s like stepping into the ‘50s. Not that there’s a lack of technology or convenience on any level, mostly because people act like you see them acting in movies from the ‘50s. People are very nice, very cordial. When you pull in next to someone that is already set up, you can bank on them coming over to introduce themselves.” Not only do RV travelers tend to gravitate toward one another, turning campgrounds into “homes away from home,” but they are also quick to lend a helping hand. Bruce Heasley, who with his wife, Ann, owns Holiday Pines Campground in Loganton, Pa., notes that the instant bonding among RVing groups can be heartwarming and occasionally humorous. “If somebody comes in with a new-to-them camper, there’s usually a crowd to help them,” he says with a chuckle. “If somebody pops a hood up, instantly there are six or seven guys around.” Heasley adds, “At a motel or hotel, you go and sit there by yourself. Here, people walk around and chat with each other.”

2. The Accommodations With almost 400 privately owned campgrounds and approximately 80 state-owned public parks in Pennsylvania, not to mention diverse terrain and geography, the state absolutely has something for every RVing group. Whether your tastes run toward hiking, biking, fishing, auto shows, historical locales,

hunting, skiing or rock climbing, you can be certain that you’ll find a place to indulge your interests. Jason Vaughn, member of the Pennsylvania Recreational Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) and owner of Mountain Vista Campground in East Stroudsburg, Pa., enjoys introducing campers to the state’s wide range of camping

“There are very few areas of our country that combine both spectacular outdoor

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environments. “Pennsylvania has a huge variety,” he says. “Little campgrounds, huge campgrounds, mega campgrounds… Lakefront, riverfront, campgrounds in the middle of nowhere and campgrounds in the middle of the action… All the parks have their own little niches, [so campers] have a lot of opportunities.”

3. Tailgating Pennsylvania hosts a large number of sporting events, concerts and festivals on an annual basis. The one thing all those events have in common is the parking lot. Parking-lot culture at large events is very different than your average campground. Yet RVs can be the perfect tailgating tool. “Our tailgating experience totally changed when we bought our first family RV,” says Deb Niess of Philadelphia, Pa. “We have season tickets for the Eagles and the Phillies. Before we bought the RV we tailgated, but now we host tailgate parties. The days of burgers and chips are long behind us. Now we have steak and baked potatoes. Forget about one charcoal grill outside; we have a full kitchen inside our RV.”

4. The Climate and Topography


Thanks to its latitude and longitude, Pennsylvania’s approximately 46,000 square miles provide guests and residents with highly defined seasons. Frosty winters give way to warm, green springs; sunny summers flow into crisp, color-splashed autumns. Though some campgrounds

are closed to RV traffic during the colder months, others are open year-round, giving travelers a taste of Mother Nature 365 days a year. Pennsylvania has more than 50 natural and 2,500 man-made lakes, as well as 45,000 miles of rivers and streams; it’s also home to more than 2 million acres of state-owned forests. The Appalachian Mountains run through the state’s center, making access to the famed Appalachian National Scenic Trail hiking path an option for visitors. “RVs are perfect for day hiking the Appalachians,” says Adam Weslake of Crested Butte, Colo. “Most of the campsites on the Appalachian are illegal to use for day camping.” Parking your RV at a local campground will serve as the prefect fix for camping issues during day hikes.

When you RV throughout the state, you’ll find thousands of opportunities to learn more about our nation’s heritage. From the caverns that were used by Native Americans to the Amish homesteads anchoring villages and towns (and still in use today), taking an RV trip through Pennsylvania is like embarking on an incredible journey into the past. “Gettysburg — that’s the reason I RV into this state every year, says Tim Murphy of Youngstown, Ohio. “As an RVer first and a teacher second, I find the Gettysburg area to be an amazing destination. There are very few areas of our country that combine both spectacular outdoor activities and living history the way Gettysburg does.” Finally, for those RVers who need (or want) to touch base with the office or stay connected to loved ones, the majority of privately owned campgrounds have moved toward WIFI access, allowing the best of all worlds for those not willing to leave their laptops behind. “We’re on our third WIFI network here. We have a phenomenal system,” says Vaughn.

5. The Rich History of the State As one of the original 13 colonies, Pennsylvania has been an integral part of American history. Not only did George Washington “sleep here,” he also crossed the Delaware River and camped in Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War.

What’s Your Favorite Spot?

Pocono Mountains.

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Anywhere on the nor


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Hershey Park.

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Pine Grove Creek.


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The Road Ahead New technology is changing the RV experience in ways you’d never imagine.

By Keith Greenberg


econds after a new product is introduced to the marketplace people are working to improve it. Twenty years ago, children sat side by side watching a digital ball bounce from one side of their screen to the other while playing Pong. Now, children of the same age are playing Xbox 360 online with peers in Beijing, China. Advances in technology have redefined not only specific products, but the entire marketplace. With the current advances being applied to the automotive industry, more specifically the RV industry, consumers will see major upgrades to the RVs they know and love. The road ahead is wide open.


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The future of the RV industry lies in upgrades to all systems of the RV. Fuel, septic, power, driving system and vehicle size are all categories that will be affected, according to The days of huge, bus-sized RVs that get about eight miles to the gallon and need an exterior electrical source will soon be behind us.


according to You are moving to a much higher quality of vehicle. In most cases, gasoline-operated RV chassis are truck chassis modified for RV use, but many diesels are built from bus chassis. Bus chassis have better gross vehicle weight ratings (GVWR), air brakes, air ride suspension systems, larger transmissions, rear-mounted diesel engines and more. They handle better, ride better, get better mileage and cost more. Mike Heffron of Monroeville, Pa. has driven both gas and diesel RVs and favors the diesel as the ride for his family. “The difference in the price at the pump is nothing to get excited about,” says Heffron. “It shouldn’t be a deal-breaker, especially when you factor in the mileage differences be-

The only drawback to these portable panels is a potential lack of sunlight. The solution, according to White, is in the mobility of the panels. They are adjustable when roof mounted and completely mobile on the ground. If you park your RV in the shade, you can set up your solar panels in the sun and still conserve energy without sacrificing comfort.


Not surprisingly, smaller RVs are more popular Nanotechnology is the key to many of the RV than ever. “Sure, the bigger models still sell, but advances we are beginning to see today, accordit’s the small models that are really picking up ing to Jack Uldrich, host of speed on the sales floor,” says Klaas Bakker, the Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional owner of Lake-in-Wood Resort in Lancaster, Pa. systems on a molecular scale. The end result for “The entire world is looking to be greener and the consumers is a reduction in product size and an RV industry needs to see that and adapt. upgrade in durability and quality. For The big numbers in the smaller models example: Sizing down the control board and tent sales is the first big sign to me.” in a global positioning system (GPS) to The people who drove Class A RVs when make the end product smaller and less apt Hydronic Heating System: Aqua-Hot Heating Systems Inc. has gas cost $2 per gallon have downsized to to sustain damage. With the trend in RVs had major success with the Aqua-Hot 450 multipurpose hydronic heater. smaller Class B and C models. And it’s not leaning toward size reduction, nanotechGeneral specifications for the model are: just fuel expenses that are driving them to nology is poised to have a major impact. • 5 separate heating zones smaller models. “We initially started look• 2 circulation pumps For example: ing because of the ridiculous gas prices,” • 5.4 gallon heating • Smart Materials: Self-cleaning glass, says Craig Boden of Erie, Pa. “Once we solution storage capacity scratch-resistant panels, air dams and got into the smaller models we realized, al• 3 quart expansion tank handles made of shape memory alloys all most immediately, that there were benefits storage capacity utilize nanotechnology. well beyond just fuel savings. And those • 1-120V/1650W electric heating element • Fuel: Oxonica is utilizing nanoparticles in fuel savings were enormous.” • 40-foot recommended coach size the fuel for busses operating in England Maneuverability comes with ease on right now. the smaller RV models. What you lose in The Aqua-Hot 450 provides a continuous hot water supply and engine preheating functions. An automatic shutdown feature offers • Batteries: New nanomaterials and silicon storage space you make up for in ease of protection in the event of low voltage, overheating or if the unit’s nanowires will provide significant leaps in travel, says Boden. cover is opened. For more information, go to battery life and durability. “In fact, the only negative I have seen is the loss of space inside the RV,” says Septic System Boden. “Not living space, but storage tween both vehicles. I don’t think I’d switch back “No one wants to think about the septic system space. We need to think ahead a bit and tow a now no matter what happens with fuel prices. The in their RV,” says Greg Piazorra, retired lead metrailer when it becomes necessary. The positives far diesel is just a much better ride all around.” chanic for Davis Garage in Albertis, Pa. “They think outweigh the negatives.” The same alternative fuel advances that are rockabout it when it bothers them. Won’t empty right, The smaller models are also a great place to start ing the automotive industry are beginning to cause filling up too fast, odor leaks, those kinds of probout. If you’ve never driven anything bigger than a tremors for the RV market, according to RVlifestyle. lems. All the improvements to make things greener minivan, hopping in the captain’s chair of a Class com. Questions about the advent of biodiesel have been advancing technology, but it’s more like A RV can be intimidating. “We decided before we or propane in RVs are being asked almost as frethe advances are a byproduct of going green. It’s had kids that our summer vacations would be on quently as the gas versus diesel question. happening almost by accident.” the road,” says Deb Schantz of Orefield, Pa. “We In the past, many RV holding tanks used chemicals wanted to let them see our country and gain some Power (formaldehyde and ammonia, predominantly) that family time. But when [my husband] Dan first testThe biggest thrill associated with RVing is that were harmful to septic stations at campgrounds. The drove a big RV he said, ‘No way.’ Then we tried of the open road. Being able to “drop anchor” chemicals damaged the functionality of these staa smaller Mercedes model. That was years ago, wherever you want and still have all the comforts of tions, contaminated the ground soil and impacted and we haven’t missed a summer road trip yet. home is what makes RVing so popular. In the past, wildlife, according to the Environmental Protection It’s so easy to drive I use it for sports car pooling when there was nowhere to plug in, your only other Agency (EPA). Bio-safe septic supplements are under sometimes, too.” option was a gas run generator. All of that is about development, but some biological treatments and Fuel Options to change. dissolving toilet paper are already available. The question most asked at RV dealerships, acAccording to an article written for EzineArticles cording to, involves the choice of gas by Adrien White, solar panel technology is now Things are changing drastically in the RV indusor diesel. The current cost of fuel has made that being utilized in conjunction with RVs. These new try. The current upgrades will change the way we question even more important. Now with alternaportable panels are made to work with your RV, buy, drive and live with RVs. Sleeker models, better tive fuels popping up, the answer may be even eliminating the need for an electrical outlet. The fuel consumption and improved power usage are harder to give. panels are small, and they produce DC electricity just the tip of the iceberg. Imagine the potential The standard answer of diesel engines costing that is directly compatible with your RV (home solar destination for your RV in 10 years. Camping on more still carries weight, but it’s not just the engine panels convert from DC to AC), eliminating energy the moon, anyone? that accounts for the vehicles’ higher prices, loss during the conversion from DC to AC.

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RV and Camping Show The biggest RV and camping show in the country delivers once again.


very year, the Pennsylvania Recreational Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) hosts the biggest RV and camping show in the nation: the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show. Patrons, dealers and industry professionals descend on the Hersheypark Entertainment ComplexGiant Center for this epic event. And for yet another year the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show attracted superior numbers of attendees. The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show serves two functions at its core. It is both an educational tool for manufacturers, dealers and consumers and a shopping opportunity for everyone. The show is the debut of new products and enables attendees to be the first people in the nation to see the latest the RV industry has to offer.


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Let the Show Begin The first few days of the show are the dealer days. It is a time for manufacturers and other industry professionals to view the show before it is open to the public. During dealer days, the show functions primarily as it does when it is open to the public, with a few added goodies. But everything kicks into high gear during the public days, when the crowds really start to pour in. From the hills across the street from the Giant Center, the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show is a sight to behold. The parking lot is an ocean of RVs. Like the image inside two opposing mirrors, the exhibits seem to go on forever. “I’m a first timer,” says Michelle Anderson of Pittsburgh, Pa. “My husband and his brother came here last year, and I saw the pictures they took. I’m not really that much of an outdoorsy person, but this show is incredible. I don’t think it matters if you’re into RVs or not, as weird as that sounds. This show is something you’ve got to see to believe.” Anderson was not the only attendee to be awestruck by the sheer size of the show. “My family tried to come last year, but my son came down with the flu,” says Harold Butler of Toms River, N.J. “We have an RV show that happens near our house in Jersey. I came here expecting to see something similar. I knew the minute we came over the hill on [Route] 39 that I was wrong. This show is three to four times the size of the one near us. I’m glad we waited to bring our son.” Patrons and professionals alike expected the attendance to be off and the sales down at this year’s show, but that was not the case. PRVCA figures show that, in almost every category, things improved from last year. “There’s no question, the RV market is a bit off,” says Rhone. “But the show was a huge success. It proves that even when times are tough people need their leisure time.” Representatives from the PRVCA were also pleasantly surprised by the turnout and subsequent financial figures. “Our numbers were good in comparison to last year,” says Heather Leach, marketing and education director of the PRVCA. “Dealers and manufacturers were on track to show improved numbers, as well.” ›››

Pennsylvania RV and Camping show receives “welcome mat award” from the Good Sam Club By Heather Leach

The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show and the Pennsylvania Recreational Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) have been awarded the Welcome Mat Award from the Good Sam Club for hosting the “Most RV Friendly RV Show.” The Good Sam Club, the world’s largest membership organization of RV owners, introduced their Welcome Mat Awards to recognize businesses that successfully accommodate RVs and offer award-winning service to a growing number of RV owners. Nearly one million RV owners were eligible to vote for businesses and events that go out of the way to meet the needs of RV owners.



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26 1200 More than

football fields of RVs

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RVs on display

Largest display of park trailers in the nation

››› Response to the Show

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According to all accounts, this year’s show went off without a hitch. “I was there for the entire show, from set up to tear down. This year’s show went more smoothly than ever before,” says Dan Saltzgiver, show committee chair and co-owner of Reichart’s Camping Center. “Everyone involved in the show preparation did their jobs and it showed.” Show attendees agreed with Saltzgiver’s feedback. “I found out about this show last year about two weeks after it ended. I’ve been planning on attending ever since,” says Daniel Taylor of Philipsburg, N.J. “I was completely blown away by the entire event. My whole family was, really. You

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gives dealers the rare opportunity to experience the 2009 products in an atmosphere they don’t usually have access to. At the same time, it gives consumers the opportunity to ask manufacturer representatives questions about the products they are seeing.

It’s a win/win situation for all involved.” — Rebecca A. Lenington, executive vice president of the PRVCA

should have seen the look on my son’s face when he saw all the RVs. We needed GPS just to keep an eye on him. He was running in and out of every RV he could find. I could barely keep up, and I’m the RV enthusiast in our family.” The Taylor family saw everything the RV industry has to offer from the smallest pop-up camper to toy haulers to million dollar motorhomes fit for a king. Taylor’s son was not the only person who couldn’t get enough. Gregory “Spike” Trachtenburg, a


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7-year-old from Buffalo, N.Y., was a big fan of the show, even if the difference between trucks and RVs slightly eluded him. “I love coming to see all the trucks and campers,” says Spike. “My dad brings me and my mom here every year and I have fun. You can go inside the trucks and see some of the engines, too. My sister Emily likes the big trucks, too. It’s much more fun than school is, and the food is way better. The hot dog buns aren’t soggy at all.”

First Impressions Five first-time attendees shared their impressions of the largest RV show in the country:

“I was truly shocked by the size of it all. The Web site doesn’t do it justice.” – Terrence Demao, Louisville, Ky.

“We’ve been shopping for an RV for three summers now. I got more information in two days here than two years of looking at individual dealerships.” – Scott Hauser, Pittsburgh, Pa.

“It’s perfect for us. When the kids get bored, we take a ride down to check out all the Hershey attractions. They couldn’t have picked a better venue.” – Mia Avery and her two sons, Avi and Yakov, Harrisonburg, Va.

“It’s like I died and went to RV heaven. I wasn’t expecting it to be this big. Next year, we’re planning on multiple days at the show and in Hershey.” – Luis Hothereo, Allentown, Pa.

“I like going inside the trucks [RVs]. Everything is new and there are lots of neat things to see and eat.” – Rebecca Jakoviks, age 7, Stamford, Conn.

Attractions Whether you are a first-time RVer or a 10-year veteran of the RV world, there is something at the show for you. Along with showcasing new models and products, the show offers an extensive array of seminars on all things RV. Maintaining, insuring and purchasing RVs are just a few of the topics covered. Some less obvious topics are covered, as well. Want to know what to do with your mail when you spend the summer RVing? How should you winterize your RV during the colder months? You’ll find the answers you’re looking for at the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show.

Regular seminar topics include: • How to Buy an RV: Buying tips and ideas for handling the salesperson • RV Adventure Videos: Hourly videos showcasing RV destinations all over the country • RV Doctor Gary Bunzer: Shares his maintenance tips to keep your RV running in tip-top shape • Full-Time and Extended RV Travel: Everything you need to know before you start life on the road in your RV • Tips for Choosing an RV: What to look for in an RV to suit your needs Other seminars are presented by industry professionals such as the RV Safety Education Foundation, which provides information on everything from tire safety to matching your truck and trailer. Other seminars are presented by the show’s exhibitors to inform attendees about everything from RV insurance to the

latest gadgets sure to make your RVing experience a hassle free adventure. “The information they present is the draw for me,” says Brad Shelley of Hershey, Pa. “I’m new to the RV life, and I got information on subjects I didn’t realize I needed. There are chassis enhancements available for our RV that I didn’t realize existed until five minutes ago.”

A Fan Favorite The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show continues to be a success and draws in more people year after year. “It just keeps getting better, says Tony Dimarco of Fleming, Pa. “I’ve been here with my family every year for the last five years. It’s a great way for me to stay on top of the camping industry. My job caters to mostly outdoorsmen. Coming to the show gives me a jump on what to stock for the upcoming camping season. It amazes me how many new things they add every year.” The excitement generated by this event is a true testament to everyone involved in the planning and execution. “This is my fourth year, and it’s the best so far,” says Cheryl Latham of Catasauqua. “We start making our summer travel plans for next year’s vacation on the road to this year’s RV show. We plan it so that we’re in Hershey before the show starts, and we usually spend two days there. Next year we’ll be in the new RV we bought this year.” The PRVCA and the show committee are dedicated to maintaining the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show’s level of excellence every year. If crowd reaction from one show to the next is any indication, the goal has been reached.

Around the Corner Come for the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show, stay for everything else. The Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show is the biggest show of its kind in the nation. But what else is there to do when you’re in Hershey with your family? Plenty. Hershey’s Chocolate World

Take Hershey’s great American chocolate tour for free. Chocolate World also features shopping and dining in the many gift shops and cafes. (800) 468-1714

Indian Echo Caverns

At Indian Echo Caverns, the goal is to provide a family atmosphere and to present the beautiful cavern in a learning and educational environment. (717) 566-8131

The Outlets at Hershey

Located just off Hershey Park Drive, this shopping center features over 60 outlet stores. With name brands ranging from Polo Ralph Lauren to Pacsun, this premier shopping destination has something for everyone. (717) 520-1236

Adventure Sports in Hershey

At Adventure Sports, visitors challenge themselves on the GoKart track and the 18-hole miniature Adventure Golf course. Located just four miles from HERSHEYPARK, Adventure Sports spells fun at any age. (717) 533-7479

Lake Tobias Wildlife Park

Lake Tobias Wildlife Park features hundreds of wild and exotic animals, guided safari tours, reptile and educational shows, zoo exhibits, concessions and picnic facilities. (717) 362-9126

Hershey Theatre

This historic theater has established itself as the area’s premier performing arts center, presenting the finest in touring Broadway shows, classical music, dance and world-renowned entertainers. (717) 534-3405

Rausch Creek Motorsports Park

With several groomed tracks and hundreds of acres of trails, Rausch Creek offers something for ATV and dirt bike riders of all ages and skill levels. (570) 682-9051


HERSHEYPARK Stadium features a sizzling summer concert series, high school sports and the annual Big 33 High School Football Classic. (800) HERSHEY (437-7439)

Hershey Gardens

Hershey Gardens offers 23-acres of horticultural excellence. Enjoy spectacular seasonal displays, theme gardens and more than 7,000 breathtaking roses. (717) 534-3492

Wildwood Lake Sanctuary and Benjamin Olewine, III Nature Center

Wildwood Lake Sanctuary is located on the edge of Harrisburg, Pa. Explore the Nature Center, walk the trails and boardwalks, ride your bike, pack a picnic lunch, watch the birds, check out the flowers and so much more. (717) 221-0292

Blue Mountain Outfitters

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Enjoy the scenic Susquehanna River as only a paddler can, by canoe or kayak. Picnic or camp on one of numerous islands, fish for world-class small mouth bass, swim or wade in a secluded cove and view the breathtaking waterfall. (717) 957-2413 Information provided by the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau.


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If you desire a way to spend more time with your family and see new places while having the freedom to create your own schedule, RVing is right for you. Known for being one of the most affordable means of vacationing, RVing lets you relax in your home-away-from-home without concerning yourself with the typical vacation worries. Do what you want, when you want, and enjoy the many advantages of the RV lifestyle — including the numerous health benefits of being outdoors. Think about this: The average family has only 10 summers to spend together. How do you plan to spend your summer vacations? The information provided in this magazine will help make your RV travels an enjoyable experience. The directory portion of the guide lists businesses that are just a phone call away and are available to make your Pennsylvania getaway as relaxing as possible. These resources can truly be a valuable asset while on the road, so don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and call. If you happen to travel our way in September, join us for the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Show — the nation’s largest RV Show — held September

Membership Directory & Consumer Guide Campgrounds & Dealers Southeastern PA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Northeastern PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Central PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Southwestern PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Northwestern PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Out of State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Who We Are & How to Join. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41


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16-20, 2009, in Hershey, Pa. The show floor offers everything you need to RV, and with more that 1,200 RVs on site, there’s something for everyone, from the smallest fold-down to the largest motor home. Trade days for related businesses are held September 14 and 15. For more information, visit Also, if you are thinking of making a career change, the Pennsylvania RV and Camping Education Foundation has developed two programs dedicated to training RV technicians. This field is in high demand, so check out the education opportunities at

Enjoy your RV destination! Brad Rhone, Chairman of the PRVCA board, and owner, Rhone’s Travel Trailers, Inc.


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1 Adventure Bound Camping Resorts-Eagles Peak

397 Eagles Peak Road Robesonia, PA 19551 800.336.0889 • fax 610.589.4858 E-mail: Web: Open April 1 – Oct 31. Near PA Dutch/ Amish Country, Reading, Hershey and Lancaster. Rustic and deluxe cabins, full hookup and tent sites, cable TV, fishing pond, store, mini golf, propane, planned activities, special events, heated pools, laundry, Picnic tables, fire rings, clean showers and restrooms. 2

All Seasons RVs

Jim Van Billiard 2867 Nazareth Road Easton, PA 18045 610.253.7700 • fax 610.253.7770 E-mail: Web: Hours M-F 8am-5:30pm; Sat 9am-4pm. Winnebago - Voyage, Sightseer, Outlook, Access, Destination, Adventurer, Journey, View; Prowler - travel trailers, Prowler Regal 5th Wheels; PA inspections; full service; metered propane.

Beaver Valley Family Campground 3

Greg and Jenn Weinrich 80 Clay Ridge Road Ottsville, PA 18942 610.847.5643 • fax 610.847.5643

Email: • Web: We are a family-oriented campground where you can come and relax with a swimming pool, playground, basketball, volleyball courts, horseshoes and shuffleboard. Most of our sites are wooded and have electric and water. We are near Doylestown, Philadelphia, Allentown and Langhorne. 4

Berks Mont Camping Center, Inc.

Henry Shellenberger 890 Swinehart Road Boyertown, PA 19512 610.369.9533 • fax 610.369.9535 E-mail: Web: Open M-Th 8am-8pm; F 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-3pm. Leer truck caps, Tonneau Covers and truck accessories; Four Winds motorized and towables, Great West/Sprinter Class B’s; Sunnybrook, Palomino, Puma Aerolite and Adirondack towables, Host, Palomino and Sun Valley Truck Campers, Palomino fold-downs; RV service, storage and insurance repairs 5 Blue Rocks Family Campground, Inc.

The Wood Family 341 Sousley Road Lenhartsville, PA 19534 610.756.6366 • fax 610.756.3006


Boat-N-RV Superstore

Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972 610.847.5808 • fax 610-847-1997 Web:

Kim Yaeger 20 Industrial Drive Hamburg, PA 19526 610.562.7057 7


Brien’s Trailer Sales

Rod & Robin Schwartz 168 Lincoln Highway Fairless Hills, PA 19030 215.946.9530 • fax 215.945.5970 E-mail: Web:

Pool, playground, big-rig sites, Wi-Fi, cable, cabins, tenting area, camp store, laundry, clean bathhouses.

Open M, T 9am-8pm; W, Th 9am-6pm; F 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-4pm. Holiday Rambler, Aerolite, Georgie Boy, Gulf Stream - Motorhomes, Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels. Foremost insurance, sales, service and inspection. 8


Clair Zimmerman 1921 E. Main Street Hegins, PA 17938 570.682.8696 • fax 570.682.3421 E-mail: Web:


Colonial Woods Camping Resort, Inc.

John Haubert 545 Lonely Cottage Road 2009 

Country Haven Campground

Bonnie & Bob Patterson 354 Springville Road New Holland, PA 17557 717.354.7926 Web: 12

A beautiful wooded, spacious campsite, family activities as well as quiet, old-fashioned campfire camping. Enjoy nature’s way of relaxation. 9

Country Acres Campground

Kathy Zook 20 Leven Road Gordonville, PA 17529 717.687.8014 • fax 717.687.9503 E-mail: Web:

Dewalt’s RV, Inc.

Greg Dewalt 270 Country Club Road Easton, PA 18045 610.258.0486 • fax 610.258.4657 E-mail: Web: Open Nov-Apr M, T, Th, F, Sat 9am-5pm; W Noon-9pm. Apr-Oct M, T, Th 9am-6pm; F, Sat 9am-5pm; W Noon-9pm. Sales of Coachmen RVs only. Parts, service, accessories, inspection for all types and brands of RVs. >>> Explore Pennsylvania



Driftstone On The Delaware

Jeff Ackerman 2731 River Road Mt. Bethel, PA 18343 570.897.6859 • fax 570.897.9080 E-mail: Web: Open mid-May to mid-Sept. Located on the Delaware River; 190 sites, boat launching, canoe, kayak, raft rentals and trips, swimming pool, rec hall, laundry, store, planned activities, sand volleyball court, playground, softball field. 14

Elizabethtown/Hershey KOA

Karl & Linda Schmidt 1980 Turnpike Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717.367.7718 • 800.562.4774 fax 717.367.3412 E-mail: Closest KOA to Hershey and the only KOA in Lancaster County, Offers shaded tent sites to Big Rig 50-amp pull-thrus. Kabins, too. For fun, we have a swimming pool, mini-golf, horseshoes, volleyball, playground and more. Wi-Fi available. 15

Family Camping Outlet, Ltd.

Bill D’ Andrea 1809 W. High Street Stowe, PA 19464 610.327.4167 • 866.806.3196 fax 610.327.9824 E-mail: Web: Open M, W, F 8am-6pm; T, Th 8am-8pm; Sat 8am-3pm. Other times by appointment. Escalade, Montego Bay, New Vision, New Vision Ultra, Sportsmen, Sportsmen Ultra Lite, Sportster, Spree, Coyote, Inferno, Sport Rock Climber, MXT, Durango, Durango LX, K-Z. Family-owned and -operated. Full parts and service dept. 16

Fretz Enterprises, Inc.

Carl Fretz 3479 Bethlehem Pike Souderton, PA 18964 215.723.3121 x107 • fax 215.723.0373 E-mail: Web: Open M, W, Th 9am-8pm; T & F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-4pm. Jayco, Sunline, Allegro, Platinum, Roadtrek, Leisure Travel Vans, Phoenix, Outback, Tiffin. Fully stocked accessory store, sales, service and inspection.

Gayle Kline RV Center, Inc.


Harold’s RV Center

Harold Hoch Jr. / Cheryl Hoch 7514 Bath Pike Bath, PA 18014 610.837.9880 • fax 610.837.9473 E-mail: 19

Indian Valley Camping Center

Claire Keller 3400 Bethlehem Pike Souderton, PA 18964 215.723.4852 • 800.774.8330 fax 215.723.7799 E-mail: Web: Open Mar-Sept M, T, Th 8am-8pm; W, F 8am -5pm, Sat 8am-3pm; Other months M-F 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-3pm. Sierra, VRI, Dutchmen, Denali, Travel Cruiser, Travel Sport, R Wagon, Bigfoot and Trail Lite Trailers and 5th Wheels. Dutchmen, Pleasure Way, Dorado and Plateau Bigfoot Motohomes. Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Bigfoot Truck Campers. 20

Kieffer’s RV Sales, Ltd.

Ernie Kieffer 1404 Ben Franklin Highway Douglassville, PA 19518 610.326.5998 • 800.982.7500 fax 610.970.2062 E-mail: Web: Sales, service, parts, metered propane, Cherokee, Fleetwood Fold Down, Orbit, Nomad, Cirrus. 21

Lake-in-Wood Camping Resort

Klaas Bakker 576 Yellow Hill Road Narvon, PA 17555 717.445.5525 • fax 717.445.9754 E-mail: Web: Open Apr 1-Nov 1. Geared to the lifestyle of today’s campers, from tents to park models – a “home away from home” in luxury! 400 wooded and open pull-thru sites with 30- and 50-amp, water, sewer, TV cable, telephone modem, red picnic table, fireplace and free secure Wi-Fi at your site “TengoInternet.” 22

Lake-in-Wood RV (Bakker’s, Inc.)

Klaas Bakker 576 Yellow Hill Road Narvon, PA 17555 717.445.5525 • fax 717.445.9754 E-mail: Web:

Jeff Kline 444 E. Main Street Mountville, PA 17554 717.285.2008 • 717.285.3158 fax 717.285.7860 E-mail: Web:

Dealer in Park Models – Open All Year. Geared to the lifestyle of today’s campers, from tents to park models – a “home away from home” in luxury! 400 wooded and open pull-thru sites with 30 and 50 amp, water, sewer, TV cable, telephone modem, red picnic table, fireplace and free secure Wi-Fi at your site “TengoInternet.”

Open M-F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Fleetwood, Jayco, Trail Lite, Montana, Four Winds, Itasca by Winnebago. Sales, service and inspection.

Donald Beckner 122 Prospect Road



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Landisville, PA 17538 717.898.9656 • fax 717.898.9656 E-mail: Web: Major and minor repair, certified technicians, financing available. Prowler, Grand Haven by Viking, Coachmen Clipper. Over 20 years in business. 24

Maiden Creek Marine, Inc.

Glenn Buss PO Box 465 Fleetwood, PA 19522 610.944.9994 • fax 610.944.6875 E-mail: Web: Complete RV and marine sales and service. 25

Media Camping Center

E. Hadden Smith 1233 W. Baltimore Pike-Lima Media, PA 19063 610.566.1833 • fax 610.891.0877 E-mail: Open M, T, Th, F 8am-6:30pm; W 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-3pm. Winnebago, Starcraft, Prowler, Montana, Layton, Sierra, commercial vehicles. Sales, service, inspection. 26

Media Camping Center

Hadden Smith 1651 Route 309, Bethlehem Pike Hatfield, PA 19440-1302 215.822.1345 • 800.880.0335 fax 215.822.0339 E-mail: Web: Mar-Oct M, T, W and Th 8am-8pm. Sat 8am-4pm. Nov-Feb M, T, W, and Th 8am-6 pm, Sat 8am to 4 pm. American Coach, Revolution, Discovery, Bounder, Pace Arrow, Fiesta, Tioga, Prowler, Timberlodge, Flagstaff, Shamrock and Starcraft TT & 5th Wheels, Toy Haulers by Gear Box and RPM. RV service, LP, dump and parts.

limited winter hours. Fully wooded - 307 RV/ tent sites, cabin and cottage rentals, large pool, new state-of-the-art playground, store/ gift shop/snack bar, laundry, scheduled weekend activities, LP gas, ice, firewood, fishing. 29

Open M-F 8am-5pm; Sat 8am-Noon. 60 RV sites, propane fill. 30

Mellott Bros. Trailer Sales, Inc.

Larry Mellott Jr. PO Box 280 2718 Willow Street Pike Willow Street, PA 17584 717.464.2311 • 800.826.0335 fax 717.464.5751 E-mail: Web: Summer hours M-Th 8am-8pm, F 8am5pm, Sat 8am-3pm. Winter hours Mon-Fri 8am5pm, Sat 8am-3pm. Featuring Holiday Rambler, Sunny Brook, Aerolite, Dutchmen, Starcraft; award-winning service department, LP gas. 28

Oak Creek Campground

Rich and Debbie Walker PO Box 128 Bowmansville, PA 17507 717.445.6161 • 800.446.8365 fax 717.445.4544 E-mail: Web: Open year round; Summer 9am-9pm;

Roamers Retreat Campground

Thomas Reading 5005 Lincoln Highway Kinzer, PA 17535 717.442.4287 • 800.525.5605 fax 717.442.3938 E-mail: Web: Open mid-March to mid-Nov; Winter facilities limited. Beautiful view of PA Dutch farmland. 110 Sites - 30/50-amp electric, water and sewer. Shady or open grassy pull thru sites. Any size RV or tents. Cottages available to rent. Modern restrooms, showers, metered LP gas, cable TV and Wi-Fi included. 31

Robin Hill Camping Resort

Carolyn Krick 149 Robin Hill Road Lenhartsville, PA 19534 610.756.6117 • fax 610.756.3434 E-mail: Web: robinhill Hours: Spring-Fall 9am-7pm; Summer 9am-9pm; Winter hours are limited. 270 large, scenic sites. Full hook-ups, free cable TV, cabin rentals, winterized lodge for group rental, gift shop, snack bar, grocery store, clean modern restrooms, laundromat, pool. 32


Oak Grove Park & Sales, Inc.

William Forst 2985 N. Main Street Hatfield, PA 19440 215.723.2007 • fax 215.723.8311

Rosemount Camping Resort

Mike Canfield 285 Valley Road Tamaqua, PA 18252 570.668.2580 33

Shady Maple RV

For dealer and business inquiries only

1344 E. Main Street East Earl, PA 17519 717.351.0087 • fax 717.354.6369 Web: 34 Spring Gulch Resort Campground

Lisa Kurtz 475 Lynch Road New Holland, PA 17557 717.354.3100 • 866.864.8524 fax 717.355.9739 E-mail: Web: Hours: 9am-5pm. RV park with resort facilities.

Stoltzfus RV & Marine, Inc.

Open Summer M, W, F 9am-8pm; T and Th 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm. Winter M-F 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm. Master Tow, Aliner and Fleetwood Folding Trailers; Sunline, Gulf Stream, Pilgrim Intl, Thor America, Monaco, T@b and Coachmen Travel Trailers, NuWa, Forest River, Western RV and R-Vision Motorhomes.

Open M, W 9am-7pm; T, Th, F 9am-5:30pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Charleston Class A diesel motorhomes; Freelander Class C motorhomes; Sunline, Salem, Cedar Creek, Wildcat, Terry Travel Trailers; Salem, Cyclone, Sundance Landmark, CedarCreek, Wildcat, Terry 5th wheels; Bayliner Boats. Sales, service and parts.

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Sun Valley Campground

Denise Griffin 451 E. Maple Grove Road PO Box 129 Bowmansville, PA 17507 717.445.6262 • fax 717.445.5854 E-mail: Web:


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Tom Schaeffer’s Camping & Travel Center

Tom Schaeffer Sr. 1236 Pottsville Pike Shoemakersville, PA 19555 610.562.3071 • 800.776.1888 fax 610.562.3860 E-mail: Winnebago, Newmar, Alfa, Starcraft, Cardinal, Cruiser, Sunline, Laredo, Hornet, Damon, Outback, Weekend Warrior, Gulf Stream, Sunnybrook, Toy Boxes, Mobile Suites, Lance. “Where Buying is EZ.” Over 50 years! Unparalleled parts and service. 39

White Oak Campground

Betty Sigman PO Box 90 Strasburg, PA 17579 717.687.6207 • fax 717.687.6225 E-mail:

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1 Blue Ridge Trailer Sales & Service

William Heil Route 115 Saylorsburg, PA 18353 570.992.7425 • fax 570.992.7928 E-mail: Web: Holiday Rambler Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels; service department. 2

Bryant’s RV Showcase, Inc.

Brad Bryant 37 State Route 415 Dallas, PA 18612 570.639.3100 • fax 570.639.2710 E-mail: Web: Coachmen, Jayco, Citation, Gulfstream, Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels. Fleetwood Folding Trailers; Woodland Park and Citation Park Trailers. Sales, service, store. LP gas, dump station. Trailer inspection, insurance work. 3

Bully Cap & RV Center

Daniel Evans 1447 Scott Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705 570.822.2448 • 866.693.CAPS fax 570.822.2448 4

C & D Smith RV Sales

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106 Wilkins Road Route 287 South Wellsboro, PA 16901 570.724.5221 • 800.836.5221 fax 570.724.1030 E-mail: Open 8:30am-5pm, All other hours by appointment! Gulf Stream, Conquest and Amerilite. 5

C. Neer RV

Chuck Neer Route 191 Hancock Highway Box 2496 Equinunk, PA 18417 800.881.6337 • 570.224.8606 fax 570.224.6687 E-mail: Web: 5 Star Service Dealer, including mobile service. Authorized KZ Sportsmen Spree, Durango, Sportster, Montego Bay and Forest River, Rockwood, Sunseeker and Keystone Cougar Dealer. Specializing in 5th Wheel, Travel Trailer and Tent Campers. 6 Delaware Water Gap/Pocono Mountain KOA

233 Hollow Road East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 570.223.8000 • fax 570.223.0760 Email: Web: Open all year. Kabin and trailer rentals,


free cable TV, Wi-Fi, store, firewood, RV supplies, propane, Laundromat, RV storage. Dump stations and dumping service. Pool, mini-train, game room, mini-golf, playground, volleyball, horseshoes, basketball, hayride, bike rentals and planned activities. 7

Don Laine Campground

Elaine George 790 57 Drive Palmerton, PA 18071 610.381.3381 • fax 610.381.3381 E-mail: Web: Open Apr 15-Nov 1. Site rental, pool, playground, game room, snack bar, laundry, planned weekend activities, country and oldies DJs and bands. Near Beltzville Lake (boating & fishing) 18 miles to Pocono International Raceway. 8

Four Seasons Campgrounds, Inc.

Edward/Deborah Lawrence R.D. 1, Box 18 Scotrun, PA 18355 570.629.2504 • fax 570.629.7160 E-mail: Web: Open Mid Apr-Mid Oct. Quiet family campground in the Poconos. Facilities include store, pavilion, playground, 2 pools, horseshoes, shuffleboard, firewood and propane. Seasonal sites available. 50-amp service available.

9 Keen Lake Camping & Cottage Resort

Janet Keen 155 Keen Lake Road Waymart, PA 18472 570.488.6161 10

Mount Pocono Campground, Inc.

Debbie Roberts 30 Edgewood Road Mount Pocono, PA 18344 570.839.8950 • 570.499.4208 fax 570.839.8905 Email: Web: 2000 feet above the rest! 185 seasonal campsites, 42 wooded acres for RVs, campers, conversion and tenting. Heated swimming/ wading pools, clean restrooms, rec hall, camp store, laundry, playground and horseshoes. Pets welcome. 11

Mountain Vista Campground

Jason Vaughn 50 Taylor Drive East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 570.223.0111 • fax 570.223.6733 E-mail: Web: Open Apr-Oct 31. 185-site campground with RV store and supplies.


Moyers Grove Country RV

Todd/Janet Lightner 309 Moyers Grove Road Wapwallopen, PA 18660 800.722.1912 • 570.379.3375 fax 570.379.3127 Web: Open all year. On-site rentals in campground. RV dealership with service, storage and Prowler sales. 13

Otter Lake Camp-Resort

Leslie Baum 4805 Marshalls Creek Road East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 570.223.0123 • fax 570.223.0124 E-mail: Web: Hours: 9am-8pm. All-year camping for tents and trailers, 60-acre lake, 300 wooded sites Next to state forest, 8 tiled restrooms. Outdoor pool and indoor heated pool, whirlpool and sauna, individual showers and dressing rooms, rec hall, pavilion, laundry, store. 14

Rhone’s Travel Trailers, Inc.

Brad Rhone 4368 Lycoming Creek Road Cogan Station, PA 17728 570.494.1364 • 800.494.1001 fax 570.494.1468

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repairs, parts, accessories and service. No job is too big or too small.

Open Apr-Sept M, Th 9am-8pm; T,W, F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Oct-Mar M-F 9am6pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Holiday Rambler, Jayco. RV and collision repair, state inspection, notary, LP gas, parts and accessories.

973 Route 6 Shohola, PA 18458 888.855.1564


Shore Forest Campground

PO Box 366 Hop Bottom, PA 18824 570.289.4666 • fax 570.289.9914 E-mail: Web: 17

Sugar Creek Camper Sales

Meylert and Audrey Schanbacher (Owners) Route 6 W. Burlington R.R. 3, Box 339 Troy, PA 16947 570.297.3416

Total Recreation RV

Specializing in Park Models

Roadhouse Camper & RV

196 Beachlake Highway Honesdale, PA 18431 570.253.2553 • fax 570.253.9541 Web: 16



Wide World RV Center, Inc.

Guy/Joan Di Andriole 1570 Highway 315 Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 570.825.6673 • 1.800.501.0049 fax 570.825.9494 E-mail: Web:


Open April 1-Oct. 3. Summer Hours: 10am– 10pm. Fall and Spring Hours: 10am–9pm Quiet, secure family-owned and -operated. Wooded sites, water, sewer, electric, firewood and two playgrounds. Near Poconos attractions, outlets and raceway. 21

Open Summer M and Th 9am-7pm; T, W, F 9am-5pm; Sat 9:30am-3pm; Winter M-F 9am5pm; Sat 9:30am-3pm. Sunnybrook, Sunset Creek and Brookside Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels; Palomino Pop-Up campers, travel trailers, hybrid trailers and pickup campers; Work and Play by Forest River, Surveyor Travel Trailers and hybrids by Forest River; Wells Cargo Enclosed Trailers. Huge parts and accessories store.

W.T. Family Camping, Inc.

Paul Wieand Route 115, HC1 Box 1486 Blakeslee, PA 18610 570.646.9255 • fax 570.646.6317 E-mail: Web:

W.T. Family RV Sales & Service

Paul Wieand Route 115, HC1 Box 1486 Blakeslee, PA 18610 570.646.4040 • fax 570.646.6317 E-mail: Web: M-F 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm. Open all year. Appointments welcome. Grand Haven, Viking, Pop-Ups, Travellite. Service all makes, hitches and wiring installed, indoor showroom, parts and accessories, LP gas.

Open M-F 8:30am-5:30pm; Sat 8:30amNoon. New Ameri-Camp trailers and 5th wheels; Travel Lite Truck Campers. Used trailers, 5th wheels, etc. Fiberglass & aluminum truck caps, hitches, wiring, minor/major

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Battlefield RV Sales

Quality – “You Deserve the Best.” Dynamax, Host and Leisure Travel Motor Homes, 5th Wheels, trailers, scooters, bikes, ATVs, accessories and equipment, service after the sale. 2

Ben Franklin RV Park

Ben Lepore, III 1350 Woodberry Road York, PA 17408 717.792.9612 E-mail: Web: We’re an RV park offering full hookups and easy access to US30 and I-83. Less than 5 miles from the York Fairgrounds/Expo Center. Less than an hour from Gettysburg, Hershey, Harrisburg, Baltimore and Lancaster Amish Country. 3

Ben’s RV Center

Barry Decker 1590 Whiteford Road York, PA 17402 717.755.9669 • fax 717.755.9660 Open Summer M, T, Th, F 8am-7pm; W 8am-5:30pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Yellowstone, Layton, Sandpiper Travel Trailers & 5th Wheels, Wildwood and Scotty Trailers, Flagstaff Tent Campers. Offering a full service, inspection, parts and accessory dealership.


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Big Bee Boats & RV

Randy Rohrer 1617 State Road Duncannon, PA 17020 717.957.3838 • fax 717.957.3413 E-mail: Web: 5

Bloomsburg RV Center

Kelly Swisher 3820 Columbia Boulevard Bloomsburg, PA 17815 570.784.3003 • fax 570.784.3704 6

Buttonwood Campground

Dennis A. McFarland PO Box 223 Mexico, PA 17056 717.436.8334 • 717.363.3998 fax 717.436.7523 E-mail: Web:

Buttonwood Campground offers family camping at its finest in the beautiful Juniata River Valley of Central Pennsylvania. One of the region’s newest campgrounds, we feature large, level sites – both back-in and pull-thru – with 50-amp electric service, full hookups and a full range of amenities. 7 Cumberland Valley Camping Center

Jim Spangler 7050 Carlisle Pike Carlisle, PA 17015 717.766.2103 • fax 717.766.1521 E-mail: 2009

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D.J. RV Center

David Homiak 1720 Montour Boulevard Danville, PA 17821 570.275.9620 • fax 570.275.9620 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 9am-7 pm, Sat 9am-2pm. Airstream Motorhome, World Famous Trailers, Interstate and Westfalla, Hitchhiker Fulltime 5/W, Forest River, Sandpiper and Wildwood Trail and 5/W. Full parts and accessories showroom, hitches and hitch accessories. 9









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Lin Kern 1958 Emmittsburg Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 800.735.6671. 717.334.1577 • fax 717.334.4371 Email: Web:




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Drummer Boy Camping Resort

1300 Hanover Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 800.293.2808 • 717.334.3277 fax 717.334.9524 E-mail: Web:

Beautiful wooded park close to town with 400 campsites, cabins and 50 cottages. 2008 Award of Excellence, 100 Top Rated Good Sam RV Parks. 5W/5W rating from Woodall’s, recognizing high quality in customer service and recreational features and has been placed on Woodall’s top 8 campgrounds in PA and in the top 100 campgrounds in North America.


Etnoyer’s RV World, Inc.

Larry Etnoyer 576 2nd Street Highspire, PA 17034 717.939.9300 • fax 717.939.3159 E-mail:

Open M-F 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Road Runner Trailers; 5th Wheels; Viking Pop-ups; StarCraft Expandable Trailers; Extream Light Trailers; RV service, Parts and accessories. 11

Farnsworth Camping Center

Gary Farnsworth 279 N. Market Street Elysburg, PA 17824 570.672.2332 • 570.672.9550 fax 570.672.2858 E-mail:

Open Summer M and T 9am-5pm; W-F 9am8pm; Sat 8am-Noon. Winter M-F 9am-5pm; Sat 8am-Noon. Full Fleetwood gas and diesel; Terry Travel Trailers; Fleetwood Folding Trailers; large accessories store and RV service. 12

Five Star International

Frederick Scheler 1810 S. 19th Street, PO Box 1747 Harrisburg, PA 17105 717-986-1500 13

Four Seasons at Raystown Lake

Park Model Homes & Campground For Dealer & Business Inquiries Only

19366 Little Valley Road Saxton, PA 16678 814.477.1005 • 888.758.6674

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4 season camping. Park Home sales and rentals, WSEC. Nearby: boating, marina, beach, water park, hiking, restaurants, shopping, sightseeing and dinner cruises, miniature golf, museums, caverns, amusement parks, minor league baseball, PSU. Ice, groceries, propane, Raystown apparel.

Open year-round 9am-dusk. Camping for 62 RV sites/12 tent sites; LP gas, Small store, RV supplies, pay phones, laundry, playground, pool, vehicle and household storage; weekly and monthly rates; easy access to PA 76, I-283 & I-81; 10 minutes from Harrisburg Capitol.


Gettysburg Battlefield Resort

Shawn Manogue 6948 Furnace Road Mifflinburg, PA 17844 717.337.3363 • fax 717.337.1756

Featuring more than 200 RV campsites, recreation lodge with cozy fireplace, country craft and convenience store, snack bar and ice cream parlor, Y-shaped Olympic-size pool, fishing pond and stream, picnic areas and theme events, nature trail leading to the battlefield. 15

Gettysburg Outdoors, Inc.

Robert Adams 2030 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.3304 • fax 717.334.4421 E-mail: Website: We are a full-service family campground in historic Gettysburg, Pa. Gettysburg Campground is bordered by beautiful Marsh Creek, with both shady and sunny RV sites and a primitive tent area along the creek. 16

Granite Hill Camping Resort

Lacey Gawler or Cyndie Winkelmann 3340 Fairfield Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.642.8749 • 800.642.TENT (6348) fax 717.642.8025 Email: Web: Whether you come to relax, to delve into Civil War history or to enjoy the great outdoors, you will discover an unforgettable vacation experience at Granite Hill Camping Resort and Adventure Golf. 150-acre Civil War-era farm with full amenities, private tent sites, spacious pull-thru sites and rustic cabins. Join us for the unforgettable Granite Hill experience! 17

Grumbine’s RV Center

Anthony Nease 7501 Allentown Boulevard Harrisburg, PA 17112 717.657.3747 • 800.272.4786 fax 717.657.0787 E-mail: Web:

Open M-Th 8am-8pm; F 8am-5pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Terry, Mallard, Pegasus, Dakota, Quantum, Cougar, Cedar Creek, Aerolite, Adirondack, Zoom, Everest, Challenger, Dutchmen, Freedom Spirit, Four Winds, Bounder Diesel, Flair, Jamboree, Daybreak, Intruder, Astoria, Tuscany. Sales, service, parts and accessories, inspections. Overnight parking available for service customers. 18

Harrisburg East Campground

Milenna Hershey 1134 Highspire Road Harrisburg, PA 17111 717.939.4331 • fax 717.939.3160


Hershey Conewago Campground

Dave Stillwagon 1590 Hershey Road Elizabethtown, PA 17022 717.367.4320 • 866.246.1809 E-mail: Web:

Country setting located 6 miles south of Hershey on Route 743. Pool, pavilion, playground, mini-golf, laundry, country store and more. Tenting, water, electric, sewer sites, cabins and a 20-room motel. 20 Hershey Highmeadow Campground

Mark Panassow PO Box 866 Hershey, PA 17033 800.437.7439 • 717.534.8999 fax 717.534.8998 E-mail: Web: Open M-Sat 8:30am-5pm all year. Extended hours in the summer season, Memorial Day to Labor Day. Complete camping facilities, cabins, LP gas, sewage, disposal, ice, pool, game room, store, playgrounds. 2 miles from Hersheypark and other Hershey attractions. 21

Hidden Valley Camping Resort

Herbert C. McAtee or George A Rohling 162 Hidden Valley Lane Mifflinburg, PA 17844 570.966.1330 • fax 570.966.4985 E-mail: Web:

Open Apr 13-Oct 14. Camping cabins, minigolf, paddle boats, swimming pool, petting farm, free fishing, church services, general store, pony rides, planned activities. 22

Kennedy RV & Powersports, Inc.

Dick Ritter 1394 Old York Road Dillsburg, PA 17019 717.432.9741 • fax 717.432.1400 E-mail: Web: Open M 9am-7pm; T – F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Sunny Brook and Trail Cruiser sales, service, state inspection, repairs, propane, parts and accessories store. 23

Keystone RV Center

Aldine Martin 15799 Young Road South Greencastle, PA 17225 717.597.0939 • 800.232.3279 fax 717.597.0639 E-mail: Open Apr 1-Sept 30 M-F 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-4pm; Oct 1-Mar 31 M-F 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm. National, Jayco, Flagstaff, Fourwinds, Open Road, Nash, Artic Fox, Wildcat,

Lexington, Roadtrek, Work-n-Play, CargoMate, Aluma, Country Coach, Foretravel, Nomad, Desert Fox. 13 service bays, large parts and accessories store, RV rental, camping. 24

Lerch RV

Ed Lerch 70 Commerce Drive Milroy, PA 17063 717.667.1400 • 800.722.1236 fax 717.667.1401 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Sprinter 5th Wheels and trailers; Montana 5th Wheels and trailers; Open Range 5th Wheels and trailers, Outback 5th Wheels and trailers, Wildwood trailers; Sandpiper 5th Wheels and trailers; Springdale; Pass Port trailers. 25

Lickdale Campground

Open M-Sat 5:30am-11pm; Sun 6am-11pm; Open all year. Cabin rentals, small store with snack bar, RV supplies, propane, ATM, Fax service. Campground is centrally located to Hershey, Lancaster, Reading & Harrisburg area. Easy access to I-81.

Martin Camper Sales

John Martin 6785 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717.766.5569 • fax 717.766.7408 E-mail: Open Summer M, W, F 9am-7:30pm; T and Th 9am-5:30pm; Sat 9am-5pm. Winter M-F 9am-5:30pm; Sat 9am-5pm. Sunset Trail and Zinger trailers; Eagle Truck caps. service department, storage, camping supplies, PA state inspection on all RVs.

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Bob & Bev Klaus PO Box 124 Off Rt 274 West- Paradise Stream Drive Loysville, PA 17047 717.789.2117 E-mail: Web: Open April 10, 2009 – Oct. 26, 2009. 150site campground. 28 Radabaughs Camping Trailers, Inc.

For Business & Dealer Inquiries Only

Sue Radabaugh 2464 Valley Road Marysville, PA 17053-9734 717.957.3667 • fax 717.957.3612 E-mail: Web: Open 6 days a week. Closed Sundays and most holidays. Jayco Fold-Downs, Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels. Preowned sales any brand, service inspection of most makes; new/used parts and accessories. 29

Hours Mar 1-Sept 30 M,T,Th,F 8am-8pm; Wed 8am-5pm, All Sat 9am-3pm, Oct 1-Feb 28 M and F 8am-7pm, T, W, Th 8am-5pm: Rockwood Popups, Hybrids and Lites; Wildcat 5th wheels; Bighorn 5th wheels; North Trail Lites; TrailManor; Coachmen SOA TT; Fairmont PM; 15 service bays; parts & accessories store; metered and propane cylinder exchange and trailer state inspection. 30

Reichart’s Camping Center, Inc.

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Round Top Campground

180 Knight Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.9565 31

Tammy Boltz 11 Lickdale Road Jonestown, PA 17038 Email: Web:


2100 Baltimore Pike Hanover, PA 17331-9607 717.637.2882 • 800.521.5631 fax 717.637.2572 E-mail: Web:

Salem RV Center

Kelly Dreese Route 522 & 387 Clifford Road Selinsgrove, PA 17870 800.720.3678 • 570.374.2300 fax 570.374.4591 Email: Web: Family-owned and -operated since 1986, featuring Siera, Salem, Rockwood Lite, Rockwood Roo and Rockwood Pop-ups, Salem and Work N Play toy haulers and Continental Cargo Trails, manufactured by Forest River. RV sales, service, parts, accessories, LP, hitches, winter storage, winterizing, onsite and on road svc, warranty and inspection work. Financing for new, used and repair work. 32

Susquehanna Valley RV

Sales & Service

Wayne Brouse R.D. 1, Box 131 - S Selinsgrove, PA 17870 570.374.2267 • fax 570.374.2281 E-mail: Hours M-F 9am-6pm; Sat 10am-2pm. Citation, Chateau, Wilderness, Carriage-Lite & Carri-Lite by Carriage, Starcraft. Sales in parts and accessories, service all makes, all major appliances, reconstruction work, LP gas, and insurance work. 33

Western Village RV Park, Inc.

Diane Schrader 200 Greenview Drive Carlisle, PA 17015 717.243.1179 E-mail: Website: 34 Yogi at Shangri-La/Legacy RV Resorts

Bruce A. Bryant 670 Hidden Paradise Road Milton, PA 17847 800.445.6660 • 570.524.4561 fax 570.524.4522 E-mail: Web:

172 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 45ft., full hookups, 30- and 50-amp service, free 50-channel cable TV, heated swimming pool, game room, new play structure, fishing ponds, hiking and biking trails, daily planned activities June–August, Free Wi-Fi. Explore Pennsylvania


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Ansley RV

John Deist PO Box 239 1280 Route 764 Duncansville, PA 16635 814.695.9817 • fax 814.695.9814 E-mail: Web: Open Apr-Sept M, Th 9am-8pm; T, W, F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-2pm. Oct-Mar M-F 9am5pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Pace Arrow, Bounder, Kountry Star, Dutch Star, Winnebago, Laredo, Cedar Creek, Dutchmen, Breckenridge, Sunnybrook, Cherokee. 2

Brooks Camper Sales

Eric Brooks PO Box 55 Connellsville, PA 15425 724.628.5625 • fax 724.628.6137 E-mail: Web: 3 Century Motors RV Center (Valero)

CJ Valero 2718 Route 66 Delmont, PA 15626 724.468.1010 • fax 724.468.8873 E-mail: Web:

Dealer for Coach House, Coachmen, Keystone and Sun-Lite. 4

Clem’s Trailer Sales

Randy Giancola 1580 S R 65 South Ellwood City, PA 16117


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530 Stone Avenue PO Box 334 Templeton, PA 16259 724.543.1218

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Hufnagel & Majors, Inc.

Ranger Trailer and Coach Sales

Tricia Majors 265 Perry Highway Harmony, PA 16037 724.452.7593 • 888.287.0976 fax 724.452.5422 E-mail: Web:

125 Theobold Avenue Greensburg, PA 15601 Airstream & service only: 724.836.4444 All other inquires: 724.837.2753 E-mail: Web:

Open M and Th 9am-7pm, T, W and F 9 am-5 pm, Sat 9am-3pm; Winter–M and Th 9am-6pm; T, W and F 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-3pm. Sunset Creek, Montana, Mountaineer, Zinger, Classic Cruiser, Glacier Bay, Sundance.

Full line of Airstream trailers and touring coaches. Full service and parts department. Inspections, outdoor storage and towing available. Custom trailers, motorcycle trailers, toy haulers, truck caps and toolbox truck caps.


Martinsburg Auto & RV Expo

114 West Penn Street Martinsburg, PA 16662 814.793.3444 • fax 814.793.7971 Email: Web:

7 Mountain Pines Campground Resort

Lance Wagner 1662 Indian Creek Valley Road Champion, PA 15622 724.455.3300 • 518.615.0552 2009



R. Kennedy Davis & Sons, Inc.

Ralph Davis 7905 Steubenville Pike Imperial, PA 15126-9135 724.695.0541 • fax 724.695.3645 Email: Web:

Open M-Th 9am-6pm; F 9am-5pm; Sat 9am3pm; Closed Sundays and holidays. Sportsmen trailers, 5th wheels, truck campers, hitches, parts, propane, repairs, inspection, service.


Scottyland RV Resort & Sales

Gary Pirschl 1618 Barron Church Road Rockwood, PA 15557 814.926.4400 • 800.242.2267 fax 814.926.3491 Web:

A 300-acre complex with more than 710 sites open to all makes of RVs; large bass lake, full-size pool, roller-skating rink, game room; electric, water, sanitary hookups, washrooms, showers, LP gas, Laundromat. 12

Unger Recreational Vehicles, Inc.

George Unger 800 Flaugherty Run Road Coraopolis, PA 15108 412.264.8100 • fax 412.264.8102 E-mail: Web:

Open M-F 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Exit 8 off Rt. 60. Minutes from Pittsburgh International Airport. Used RV sales of all types, motorhome rentals, parts and accessories store. Complete RV service, inspection, warranty service, LP gas and comfort station 13

Wise Trailer Sales

Justin Wise 211 Jayco Drive Ebensburg, PA 15931 814.472.5561 • fax 814.472.5565 E-mail: Web: Full line of Jayco RVs. Dealer for Aliners. Parts store with great selection. Make a “Wise” decision.

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Brookdale Family Campground

25164 State Highway 27 Meadville, PA 16335 Email: Web: 2

Dennis Trailers Sales, Inc.

Darla Smith / Martha Smith 989 Old Route 8 Harrisville, PA 16038 814.786.7959 • fax 814.786.7031 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm. Chariot Eagle; Kropf; Hy-Line; Sun Valley-Sunlite/ Apache; full-line parts department; service; propane fill station; RVIA/RVDA certified technician on staff. 3

Fame RV Center

Brenda Bailey 329 Mill Street Saegertown, PA 16433 814.763.5645 • 866.763.FAME fax 814.763.2177 Open M-F 7am-5pm; Sat 8am-Noon. Laredo, Big Horn, Big Country, VR1, Fairmont Park Trailers, Starcraft, Challenger, Hornet, Breckenridge Park Trailers, Pace American, A.R.E., service and inspection facility. 4 Galbreath Motor Company/ Division Sales America, Inc

Ed Galbreath


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3075 Pulaski Road New Castle, PA 16105 724.656.1075 • 724.656.0864 fax 724.656.1082 Web: Open M-Sat 8am-6pm. sales and service of RV units; van conversions; Sales America, Inc., rentals and inspection. 5

Garrity Sales

Kathy Garrity 219 E. Honeoye Street Shinglehouse, PA 16748 814.260.9518 • 814.697.7219 fax 814.260.4519 Email: RV parts and service, PA inspection station, full agent notary service with PennDOT contract, used vehicle dealership, propane refilling station. 6

Kalyumet Camping & Cabins

Becky & Mark Wineman 8630 Miola Road Lucinda, PA 16235 814.744.9622 Email: Web: Family campground located near Cook Forest and the Clarion River. Full hook-up RV sites, tent sites and luxury log cabin. Large heated pool with spray mushroom, clean, modern restrooms, planned weekend activities, fire truck and wagon rides, Saturday2009

evening popcorn roast and more. 7

Lampe Marina Campground

Doug Miley 208 E. Bayfront Parkway, Suite 201 Erie, PA 16507 814.454.5830 • 814.434.3078 fax 814.455.8070 Email: Web: Lampe Marina Campground is located on Lake Erie. We have 42 sites, all with water and electric. The campground has new shower and restroom facilities. Lampe Campground is located next to a public boat launch, and it is close to all kinds of fun activities in Erie, PA. 8

Ray Wakley’s RV Center

Ray Wakley 10261 W. Main Road North East, PA 16428 814.725.9608 • 800.248.0079 fax 814.725.2473 E-mail: Web: RV sales, service, parts and accessories. Located just 10 miles east of Erie on US Rt. 20. Brands sold are Prowler, Rockwood, Wildcat, Salem, Hitchiker, Nash, Artic Fox, and Damon. 9

Starr’s Trailer Sales

Greg Starr 3673 Route 219 Brockway, PA 15824 814.265.0632 • fax 814.265.8097

E-mail: Web: Summer hours M-F 9-6, Sat 9-4; Winter Hours M-F 9-5, Sat 9-12. Full-service RV dealer. Dutchmen, Outback, Nomad, Denali, Fleetwood Folding Trailers, T@B, Tada, Aerolite Cub, Grand Junction travel trailers and 5th wheels. 10

The Foote Rest Campground

Bev & Jim Tarbox & Bonnie Stake 3183 Route 219 Kane, PA 16735 814.778.5336 • fax 814.778.5111 E-mail: Open 9am-6pm. 162-site campground.

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Alpin Haus RV

302.491.6614 • fax 302.491.6615

Bob Rose PO Box 859 1863 State Highway 5-S West Amsterdam, NY 12010 518.842.5900 • 800.541.8248 fax 518.954.2370 E-mail: Web:


Full-line RV dealership. Sales, service, parts, rentals, propane and dump station. Camping World Store; Located off Exit 27 NY State Highway. Family-owned and -operated for over 40 years.

Beckley’s Camping Center Kelly T. Shanholtzer 11109 Angleberger Road Thurmont, MD 21788 301.898.3300 • fax 301.898.7093 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 9am-7pm; Sat 9am-4pm Fleetwood Folding, Wilderness, Wilderness Scout, Wilderness Yukon, Nitrous, Pegasus, Cougar, Hobbi, Montana Mountaineer, Raptor, Springdale, VR1, Zeppelin All Star, Bay Star, Dutch Star, Kountry Star, Mountain Aire, Ventana, Access, Adventurer, Aspect, Journey, Outlook, Sightseer, View, Voyage.

Boat-N-RV Warehouse

Web: The only Good Sam-certified campground in Delaware. Offers spacious and scenic sites for RV camping. New bathhouse, clubhouse, playground, walking trails, 50-amp service, wireless Internet and direct RV on every site. 277 sites available daily, weekly seasonal.

Cedar Key RV Resort PO Box 688 Cedar Key, FL 32625 352.543.5097 • 352.543.5097 Email: Web:

Cherry Hill Park Norman Gurevich 9800 Cherry Hill Road College Park, MD 20740-1210 301.937.7116 • 800.801.6449 fax 301.937.3110 E-mail: Web: Open 8am-9pm 7 days a week. 400-site campground.

Colton RV Elizabeth Jae 3122 Niagara Falls Boulevard

of State

North Tonawanda, NY 14120 716.694.0188 • 800.628.4889 fax 716.694.4203 E-mail: Web:

Email: Web:

Colton RV since 1962 has provided the best in customer service, #1 Holiday Rambler and #1 Tiffin (Allegro) dealer in the Northeast. 20 full-service bays, on-site campground. Forest river, Gulf Stream, Fleetwood, Roadtrek and more than 400 units in stock.

Suzanne Bishop/Nancy Noggle 133 Arrow Road Hilton Head Island, SC 29928 843.785.7699 • 1.800.722.2365 fax 843.785.7643 Email: Web:

Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort (Outdoor Resorts)

Endless Summer RVs

Premier Motorcoach-only resort on south end of Hilton Head Island. 401 sites all with full hookups. One mile to Atlantic Ocean. Big Rigs welcome.

Thom Beckley 7633 Devilbiss Bridge Road Frederick, MD 21701 301.898.9848 • fax 301.898.0630 E-mail: Web:

Jim’s RV Center

Open M-F 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-4pm. Dutchmen Class “C”, Dynaquest, Holiday Rambler, Hurricane, Starcraft, Windsport, Forest River, Travel Supreme, Trail Sport, Trail Cruiser, Crossroads, Mandalay, service, inspection, rentals, storage, parts.

Hearthside Grove Luxury RV Resort Kelly Robertson 2074 Centre Point Boulevard #200 Tallahassee, FL 32308 850-878-5531

Brent Alexander 67 Sacketts Creek Road Nichols, NY 18840 607.699.3807 • 800.634.2357 fax 607.699.3846 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 9am-8pm; Sat 9am-4pm. Bounder, Bounder Diesel, Discovery, Fiesta, Flair, Pace Arrow, Carri-go, Jayco, Open Road, Citation. 18-bay service, insurance repair, parts and accessories store. All major appliance repairs. ©

12634 Route 9 West West Coxsackie, NY 12192 1.800.BOAT-N-RV fax 518.731.7808 Web:

Brooks Ramsey RV David Ramsey 11350 Pulaski Highway White Marsh, MD 21162 410.335.1502 • fax 410.335.3287 E-mail: Web: Coachmen, Allegro, Sandpiper, Wildwood, Sunseeker LE, Phaeton Rear Diesels, Surveyor, Forester, Lexington.

Campers’ Barn RV Super Store 124 Route 28 Kingston, NY 12401 845.338.8200 • 800.724.3711 fax 845.338.8218 E-mail: Web: Open Sept 15-Mar 15 M-F 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm; Mar 15-Sept 15 M-F 9am-8pm; Sat 9am-5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Full service, body work and estimates; front-end alignments; large parts and accessories with hard-to-find parts; NY inspection.

Cedar Creek Landing Campground 22444 Holly Branch Way Lincoln, DE 19960 2009 

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Kampgrounds of America Chris Fairlee PO Box 30558 Billings, MT 59114-0558 fax 406.248.7414 E-mail: Web:

Lakewood Camping Resorts, Inc. Donnie Perry 5901 S. Kings Highway Myrtle Beach, SC 29575 803.238.5161

Lazydays 6130 Lazy Days Boulevard Seffner, FL 33584 800.626.7800 • fax 813.246.4408 Web:

Legacy RV Resorts Bruce Bryant 213 N. Friendswood Drive Friendswood, TX 77546

Long View RV Superstores Fran Roberts 13375 Route 22

of State 410.329.6636 • fax 410.357.4089 E-mail: Web:

Canann, NY 12029 413.247.9756, ext 101 fax 413.247.8394 E-mail:

Open year-round; Summer 8am-9pm; Winter 8am-5pm. 300-site campground can accommodate any size RV; large pull-thrus; 5030 amp KW, Wi-Fi hot spot available.

Meyers Campers, Inc. Joe Tantalo 1000 Sanford Road N. Churchville, NY 14428 585-293-3000 • fax 585-293-8042

Niagara’s Lazy Lakes Camping Resort

Open M, T, Th 9am-8pm; W, F, Sat 9am5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Winnebago, Itasca, Damon, Montana, Aerolite, Cabana, Trail Lite, Monaco, Timberland, Coachmen, Dutchmen, Mallard, Coleman, Fleetwood, R-Vision, Keystone, sales, service, inspection.

Morgan Mgt / Morgan RV Resort Eden Whitaker 509 Queensbury Avenue Queensbury, NY 12804 518.615.0552 Email:

Morris Meadows Recreation Farm Clyde Morris 1523 Freeland Road Freeland, MD 21053

Outdoor Express RV

Travel Resorts of America

Scott Subasic PO Box 100 Falling Waters, WV 25419 304.274.9114 • 800.700.4787 fax 304.274.9155 E-mail:

Rick Treadway 1059 Sycamore Lane Jackson Springs, NC 27281 910.652.5559 • fax 910.652.2411

Parkview RV Center Rick Horsey 5511 DuPont Parkway Smyrna, DE 19977 302.653.6619 • fax 302.653.6631 E-mail: Web:

Valley River RV Resorts Lisa Alchin 1627 Shady Oaks Drive Oldsmar, FL 34677 813.966.9061 Email: Web:

Wekiva Falls Resort & RV Park LLC 30700 Wekiva River Road Sorrento, FL 32776 407.830.9828 Email: Web:

Wilkins Recreational Vehicles, Inc.

River Creek RV Resort

Brian Wilkins 7520 State Route 415 Bath, NY 14810 607.776.3103 • 800.724.2105 fax 607.776.5315 E-mail: Web:

Ron Baker PO Box 5459 Salt Springs, FL 32134 Email: Web:

Open Summer M-Th 8am-8pm; F 8am-6pm; Sat 9am-5pm. Winter M-F 8am-6pm; Sat 9am4pm; Sun 11am-4pm. Keystone, Heartland, Forest River, Pleasure Way, Newmar, Gulf Stream. Parts, accessories, 20 bays.

Saddle Creek

Willow Creek Motorcoach Estates

Will Holcomb 30395 N.W. 72nd Avenue Okeechobee, FL 34972 863.467.6565 Email: Web:

David Shipps 5900 Pan American Boulevard #101 North Port, FL 34287 941.323.2044 Email: Web:

Mike Pinardo 1400 Lake Stephens Road Surveyor, WV 25932 304.934.5323

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Torrey Oaks RV & Golf Resort 2908 Country Club Drive Bowling Green, FL 33834 863.773.3157 • fax 863.773.0120 Email: Web:

Raleigh County Recreation Authority (Lake Stephens)

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Susan Rogers 3801 Parkwood Boulevard #100 Frisco, TX 75034 214.618.7262• fax 214.618.7377 E-mail:

Jackie Swift 4312 Church Road Lockport, NY 14094 1.800.323.2555 • fax 716.434.2479

Open M-F 8am-6pm; Sat 8am-4pm. Airstream, Holiday Rambler, Prowler, Mallard, Coleman, Winnebago, Trail-Lite, Dutchmen, sales and service.


Thousand Trails, Inc.

David Slicer 769 S. Dupont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 302-836-4110 Email: Web:

PRVCA Resources

After Market Dealers

American Automation Technologies, Inc. Joe Jamieson 1701 Gateway Boulevard #403 Richardson, TX 75080 940.320-3006 • fax 972.644.8540 Email:

Bradd and Hall, Inc. Bradd Neidhamer 28320 Charlotte Avenue Elkhart, IN 46517 574.522.7435 Email: Web: RV furniture, blinds and tables.

Camping World Alan Bush 602 Heron Drive Swedesboro, NJ 08085 856.241.1765 Email:

Camping World / Camping Club USA Anne Uber 650 Three Springs Road Bowling Green, KY 42102 270.781.2718 Email: Web: RV accessories.

Countryside Enterprises Art Frank 4447 Venus Avenue Harrisburg, PA 17112 717.652.8535 • 877.542.6287 fax 717.652.0149 E-mail: Web: RV accessories.

Garrity Sales Kathy Garrity 219 E. Honeoye Street Shinglehouse, PA 16748 814.260.9518 • 814.697.7219 fax 814.260.4519 Email: RV parts and service, PA inspection station, full agent notary service with PennDOT contract. Used vehicle dealership. Propane refilling station.

Golf Cart Services, Inc. Scott Gobrecht 4296 York Road New Oxford, PA 17350 717.624.2900 • fax 717.624.7661

Email: Web: We carry a full line of golf and specialty vehicles. We offer new and used gas, electric and custom carts to campers, along with lease programs for campground owners. We also offer service and parts for all makes of carts.

J and J Sunshades

Fuel Injection Sales and Service


Educational Seminars of America (ESA) Joan Parker 675 S. Apollo Boulevard Melbourne, FL 32901 321.728.0210

Rick Blewitt 5332 W. Tilghman Street Allentown, PA 18104 610.395.3718 • 800.322.9609 fax 610.395.9308 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 7:30am-5pm; Sat by appointment. Diesel fuel injection and turbocharger specialists with secured service facility. Supplier and installation of Gale Banks Performance Products, BD/PAC/Jacobs Exhaust Brakes and Racer Fuel Water Separators.

Tina Hayes 65 W. Central Avenue Lake Wales, FL 33898 863.679.5428 • fax 863.679.5428 E-mail: Web:

A State Snowmobile Association

Sabos Camping


Jeff Sabo 755 Chambers Road Columbus, OH 43212

William Garpow 30 Greenville Street 2nd Floor Newnan, GA 30264 770.251.2672 • fax 770.251.0025 E-mail: Web:

Lori Morrow PO Box 190 Port Trevorton, PA 17864 570.374.1191 Lori x217 fax 570.374.5356 E-mail: Web:

Open 9am-6pm EST. RPTIA is a nonprofit trade association whose voting members include the manufacturers, suppliers and service firms who produce or service park trailers. Also represented are the nonvoting associate dealer and park members.

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Carefree, Thetford, Camco, Reese, Putnam, Suburban, Barker, Demco, Winegard, Shur-Flo, Atwood, Hydro Flame, Carrier.

S and S Enterprises (RV Service) George Scott 40 Knight Road Gettysburg, PA 17325 717.334.0149 • 717.338.9571 fax 717.334.0861 E-mail:

Starlights, Inc. / Kinzer Enterprises Ralph and Sandy Kinzer PMB 8100 Pensacola, FL 32513 602.738.6231 Smart Light 1000 (motion sensor light) and LED bulbs.

Thule, Inc. Eric Wallace 42 Silvermine Road Seymour, CT 06483 203.881.4821 • 800.238.2388 fax 203.888.4252 Email: Web: Travelers are no longer confined to the interior of their RV or the amenities of their most recent stop to enjoy the comforts of home while on the road with Thule’s new SMART (Space Management and Recreational Travel) RV system. SMART RV accessories mount to the exterior of an RV, expanding its utility and outdoor living area.

U Camp Products Deborah and Jeffrey Ludington PO BOX 301 Breese, IL 62230 618.227.8000 Web: Awning accessory holder, the down, solar shade, clothesline

Val Weiner 350-C W. Main Street Annville, PA 17003 717.867.5588

Keller Marine and RV For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Sebrite Corporation Rick Malkus 4068 Mount Royal Boulevard Allison Park, PA 15101 412.487.4880 • fax 800.735.8881 Hours: M-F 8:30am-5pm.


AutumnWave Patrick Castellani 453 Lincoln Street, Suite 6 Carlisle, PA 17013-1826 717.243.0865 E-mail: Web:

Finance and insurance products.

Stag-Parkway, Inc.

North American Distributor and Manufacturer’s Representative for the OnAir GT, a mobile HDTV receiver and DVR for PC. Connect to a TV antenna to receive free over-the-air HDTV and Analog TV while on the go with no monthly fees or internet connection required. Also can receive Digital and Analog Cable. MSRP is $179.00

Cummins Power Systems

Mark Alexander 7453 Candlewood Road Hanover, MD 21076 410.850.5202 • 800.999.7824 fax 410.684.2138 E-mail: Web: Hours: M-F 8am-5pm; Full Line RV Parts and Accessories.


Matthew R. Hubler/Service Manager 4499 Lewis Road Harrisburg, PA 17111-2541 717.214.2935 • 800.841.1344 fax 717.214.2929 E-mail: Web: Full service coach care facility specializing in bumper-to-bumper repairs on all makes of coaches. Technicians are RVIA and ASE certified along with Cummins factory certifications on engines and generators.


Bank of America Kristin Smith 100 N. Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28255 704.387.7875 • fax 704.388.9437 Email: Web:

Bank of America Scott Ramsden 27 Spring Hill Drive

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PRVCA Resources

Woolwich Township, NJ 08085 856.241.9583 Email: Web:

Bank of the West For Business and Dealer Inquires Only

1450 Treat Boulevard Walnut Creek, CA 94597 800.843.2327, ext. 8894 fax 925.938.7446 Web:

Tobin Associates Jay Tobin 926 Haddon Avenue Collingswood NJ 08108 856.858.8445 800.759.6321 Fax: 888.293.8445 E-mail: Open M-F 8:30am–7pm. Saturday 9am5pm. Physical damage insurance, retail financing, extended service contracts, GAP, tire and wheel road hazard.

Citizens Recreation Finance

Voyager RV Credit

John Calnan 475 Jefferson Boulevard Warwick, RI 02886 800.610.7300

Hal Jolles PO Box 133 Spencerville, MD 20868 877.222.0301 • fax 301.384.0301 E-mail: Web:

Indirect lending.

Customer One Financial Carole Kerr PO Box 648 Old Saybrook, CT 06475 860.388.1121• 860.395.5405 fax 860.388.1123 E-mail: Web:

D.S.C. Financial Services, Inc and D.S.C, Inc. Mike Bradley 1515 Perry Highway PO Box 240 Portersville, PA 16051 724.368.3881 • 800.642.0788 fax 724.368.0157 E-mail: Web: DSCF provides recreational vehicle and marine financing in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Maryland. DSL, Inc. can provide for all your recreational vehicle, marine and specialty product insurance needs.

Fifth Third Bank Don Graham 600 Superior Avenue E. Cleveland, OH 44114 216.274.5613 • fax 216.274.5613 E-mail:

Fulton Financial Corporation For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Jeff Keeport PO Box 4887 One Penn Square Lancaster, PA 17604 717.291.2356 • fax 717.391.1390 E-mail:

RV Financing/Credit.

Wachovia Dealer Services Scott F. Naughton 1725 Lycoming Creek Road Williamsport, PA 17701 570.220.6127 • fax 775.206.8546 Web:

Wilmington Trust of PA John Terranova 795 E. Lancaster Avenue Villanova, PA 19085-1517 610.520.8456 • fax 610.520.1425 E-mail:

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Open 9am-5pm. Progressive Insurance, Interstate National Dealer Services, American Heritage Life.


GEICO RV offers a comprehensive set of RV-specific coverage that insures you from a campsite to the open road. We can help protect your investment and lifestyle when you call GEICO RV for a free rate quote at 800.909.4031.

Robert Landis 2760 S.O.M. Center Road Willoughby Hills, OH 44094 800.233.9878 • 440.516.2600 fax 440.516.2604 E-mail: Web:

Gilbert RV Insurance 5810 Hoffner Avenue, Suite 805 Orlando, FL 32822 888.784.6787 • 407.382.3344 fax 407.382.9204 E-mail: Web: Open M-Th 9am–6:30pm, Fri 9am – 6pm, Sat 9am – 5pm. Insuring your fun. Recreation insurance for RVs, motorcycles, boats and personal autos, plus extended service contracts.

Keystone Insurers Group


Property and casualty insurance, business and personal, workers’ compensation, life, health, and financial services.

ADM Marketing Group, Inc.

Shoemaker and Besser Assoc., Inc.

Harold Haldeman 20 Erford Road Lemoyne, PA 17043-1163 717.761.5100 • fax 717.761.5887 E-mail:

Pat McClure 4396 W. Market Street York, PA 17404 717.792.2617 • fax 717.284.0850

Joseph Harner Aegis Security Insurance Company PO Box 3153 Harrisburg, PA 17105 717.657.9671 • 800.233.2160 fax 717.540.6479 E-mail: Web:

Dennis Walpole Agency, Inc.


3677 Davie Boulevard Ft Lauderdale, FL 33312 954.791.5007 • 800.507.8467 fax 954.791.0306 E-mail: Web: Open 10am-6pm. RV, auto, motorcycle and boat insurance.

Open 8:30am-5pm. Indirect loans, floorplan financing, checking accounts and all other business or personal banking needs.

Aegis Group

Twin Peaks RV Insurance, Inc.

1345 Perimeter Parkway Virginia Beach, VA, 23454 800.909.4031 Email: Web:

Joe Joyce 1995 Point Township Drive Northumberland, PA 17857 800.416.5498 • fax 570.473.8001 E-mail: Web:

Dennis Walpole 5904 E. Taft Road


North Syracuse, NY 13212 315.458.7330 • fax 315.214.0125

Open M-F 8:30am-5pm. Insurance needs.

Tobin Agency E-mail: Open M-F 8:30am–7pm. Saturday 9am5pm.

Trumark Dealer Services Tim Umstead 64 Antietam Road Temple, PA 19560 610.574.4036 • fax 610.929.1684 Web:

United States Warranty Corporation

Hours 8:30am-5:15pm. Service contracts and extended warranties.

Zurich Insurance Co Bruce Shea 2 Penn Center @ Ste 200 Pittsburg, PA 15276 412.787.5008 Email:


Airstream, Inc. / Division of Thor Deb Wuebbenhorst 419 W. Pike Street Jackson Center, OH 45334 937.596.6111 • fax 937.596.7956 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm. Classic Safari and International Travel Trailers; Interstate, Westfalia and Parkway Class-B Vans; Base Camp.

Athens Park Homes Dick Grymonprez PO Box 1270 Athens, TX 75751 903.677.0108 • fax 903.677.0118 Quality builder of park models and cabins featuring tape and textured interiors and hard-panel exteriors.

Bayridge Destination Travel Trailer / Division of Thor Richard Fischer 656 N. Delaware Nappanee, IN 46550 574.773.5353 • fax 574.773.5708

PRVCA Resources

Bigfoot Industries For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Wolf Ernst 4114 Crozier Road Armstrong, BC V0E 1B6 250.546.2155 • fax 250.546.2166 E-mail: Web:

Born Free Motorcoach 1505 N. 13th Street Humboldt, IA 50548 515.332.3755 • 1.800.247.1835 fax 515.332.3756 E-mail: Web: Open 8-4:30 M-F. Manufacturer of Class “C” motorhomes. Born Free – The Ultimate Touring Vehicle.

Breckenridge Park Trailers / Division of Thor Denise Walsh 656 N. Delaware Nappanee, IN 46550 574.773.5353 • fax 574.773.2124 E-mail:

Camp Technologies LLC Tom Slaughter 33 Kings Highway Orangeburg, NY 10962 845.359.6066 Email: Web:

Carriage, Inc. Don Emahiser PO Box 246 230 Wabash Avenue Millersburg, IN 46543 800.832.3632 • 574.642.3622 ext. 217 fax 574.642.3663 E-mail: Web: Open 8am-5pm. Royals International, Carriage, C-force (toy hauler), Carri-lite, Cameo LXI and Compass 5th Wheels.

Chalet RV Inc. Chris Hanson 124 41st Avenue SE Albany, OR 97322 541.791.4610 Email: Web:

Champion Enterprises Chad Friesner PO Box 95 Topeka, IN 46571 260.593.4133

Email: Web:

Chariot Eagle, Inc. Robert Holliday 931 N. W. 37th Avenue Ocala, FL 34475 352.629.7007 fax 352.629.6920 E-mail: RV park, trailers and cabins.

Classy Vehicle Specialties, Inc. dba Classy Chassis Tom Martin 1000 Axe Avenue Valparaiso, IN 46383 219.462.5536 • 800.223.4330 fax 219.462.1729 Email: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm. Truck conversions.

Coach House, Inc. Steve Gerzeny 3480 Technology Drive Nokomis, FL 34275 941.485.0984 • 800.235.0984 fax 941.488.4095 E-mail: Web: Manufacturer of Platinum Class “C” motorhomes.

Coachmen Industries, Inc.

For 26 years, Columbia Northwest has manufactured the world’s lightest camping and travel trailers. Please visit us at

Country Coach, Inc. Chad Ross 210 E. 6th Street Junction City, OR 97448-0400 541.998.3001 • 800.547.8015 fax 541.998.6687 E-mail: Web:

Dan Tauer PO Box 235 Howe, IN 46746 260.562.1075 • fax 260.562.1078 E-mail: Web:

Dutch Park Homes, Inc. For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Every time you see the Country Coach logo, you see the words “The Worlds Finest Motorcoach”. That’s because every Country Coach that rolls off the manufacturing line in Junction City, OR, is a product of extensive study and debate, ensuring that we are building the motorcoach our customer wants to own.

Jeff Pressinell 2948 Hackberry Drive Goshen, IN 46526 574.642.0150 • fax 574.642.0155 E-mail: Web: Open 8am-5pm; Homestead series, Classic Series, Signature Series and 102 Series.

Dutchmen Mfg., Inc. / Division of Thor Joe Hosinski 2164 Caragana Court Goshen, IN 46526 574.534.1224 • fax 574.534.3807 E-mail:

Crossroads RV Nate Nickell 305 Hawpatch Drive Topeka, IN 46571 260.593.3850 • 888.226.7496 fax 260.593.2088 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm. Travel trailers and 5th Wheels.

Cruiser RV, LLC For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

PO Box 30, 423 N. Main Street Middlebury, IN 46540 574.825.5821 • 800. 353.7383 fax 574.825.7868 Email: Web:

Jeff Fought PO Box 130 Howe, IN 46746 260.562.3500 • fax 260.562.2210 E-mail: Web:

Coachmen RV Company

Damon Motor Coach

Bill Martin PO Box 3008 Elkhart, IN 46515 Phone: 574.825.5821 Fax: 574.825.7868 E-mail: Web:

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Open Monday – Friday 8:00am-5:30pm. Manufacture Class “A” and “C’ motorhomes, travel trailers, 5th Wheels, camping trailers and toy haulers.

D RV Luxury Suites

Tina Doroh PO Box 2888 Elkhart, IN 46515 574.262.2624 • 800.860.5658 fax 574.584.3656 E-mail: Web:

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Travel trailers and 5th Wheels with the following brand names: Dutchmen, Four Winds, Colorado, TandB, Aerolite and Skamper. Liteweights to laminated products.

Dynamax Corporation Dewayne Creighton, Jr. 2745 Northland Drive PO Box 1948 Elkhart, IN 46515 574.262.3474 • fax 574.262.1099 E-mail: Web: Manufacturer of Class “C” Motorhomes: Isata E and F Series, Grand Sport GT, Grand Sport Ultra, Dynaquest ST, DynaQuestXL, DynaAire.

Eagle Cap Campers, Inc. Chris Haefer 59999 Smith Loop La Grande, OR 97850 Truck campers.

Class “A” motorhome manufacturer product line-up includes Tuscany, Astoria, Challenger, Day Break, Outlaw and Avanti.

Columbia Northwest

DNA Enterprises

Nancy Miller 1297 Kecksburg Road Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666 724.423.7440 • fax 724.423.8485 Email: Web:

Kevin Wells PO Box 147 Goshen, IN 46527 574.534.0034 • fax 574.534.4342 E-mail: Web:


Explorer Van Company Brian Wallen / Jay Posnack 2794 N. Fox Farm Road Warsaw, IN 46581 574.267.7666

Fairmont Park Trailers/Division of Fairmont Homes John Soard

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PRVCA Resources

502 S. Oakland Nappanee, IN 46550 800.777.8787 ext. 3735 fax 574.773.7964 Email: Web: 12' wide brands: Country Manor, Brookwood.

Fleetwood Motor Homes Dave Chaney Eastern Region 9100 Arboratum Parkway, Suite 360 Richmond, VA 23236 877.280.6514 • fax 804.323.1092

The RV industry’s largest diesel chassis manufacturer - “The Leader at Every Turn.”

Freightliner Specialty Vehicles, Inc. Johnny Red 2300 S. Thirteenth Street Clinton, OK 73601 580.323.4100 • fax 580.323.4111 E-mail: Web:

FTCA dba Coleman Camping Trailers

Prairie Schooner, Mako, Canyon Trail, Innsbruck, Ameri-Lite, Kingsport, Gulf Breeze, Firefly, Zero Gravity, Wide Open.

Haulmark Motorcoach For Dealer and Business Inquiries Only

Hyper Lite Trailers, Inc.

Haulmark produces motorhomes, motorgarages and Sport Deck (toters). Available on Freightliner and Volvo single and tandem axles.

John MacDonald 903 S Main Street Middlebury, IN 46540 574.825.5861 fax 574.825.7354 Email: Web:

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Prowler, Wilderness, Terry, Mallard.

Fleetwood RV

Open 8am-5pm. Fleetwood Folding Trailers; Caravan Travel Trailers.

Heartland Recreational Vehicles

Glendale RV

For Business Dealer and Dealer Inquiries Only

Forest River Jeff Babcock 55470 C R 1 Elkhart, IN 46515 574.389.4600

Forks RV, Inc. / Division of Side Kick Scott Linville 2516 Industrial Park Drive Goshen, IN 46526 574.534.5555

Four Winds International / Division of Thor

For Business Dealer and Dealer Inquiries Only

Greg Thomas 145 Queen Street Strathroy, ON N7G 3J6 519.245.1600 • fax 519.245.5149 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8:30am-5pm. Golden Falcon, Titanium 5th Wheels, 5th wheels, Park Trailers, Royal Classic Class “C” Motorhomes.

Great Lakes RV Dion Gemmiti 70 Mount Hope Street Lindsay, ON K9V 5G4 705.878.5656

Dana Simon / Jeff Kime PO Box 1486 701 County Road 15 Elkhart, IN 46515-1486 574.266.1111 • fax 574.294.8971 E-mail: Web:

Great West Van Conversions, Inc.

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Tours M-F 3:30pm. Class “A” motorhomes: Magellan, Windsport Hurricane. Class “C” motorhomes: Chateau, Dutchmen, Four Winds. Toy Hauler (Class “A” and Class “C”): Fun Mover.

Open M-F 8am-5pm CST. Class “B” motorhomes.

Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation Missy Grey 552 Hyatt Street Gaffney, SC 29341 864.487.1700 • 864.206.8638 fax: 864.487.6400 E-mail: Web:


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Wade Wilken 329 Parkdale Road St Andrews, Manitoba R1A 3N9 204.338.9303 • fax 204.334.0928 E-mail: Web:

Gulf Stream Coach, Inc. Jennifer Medich 503 S. Oakland Avenue PO Box 1005 Nappanee, IN 46550 574.773.7761 • 800.289.8787 fax 574.773.5761 E-mail: Hours: 8am-5pm. Tour Master, Crescendo, Independence, Yellowstone, Caribbean, Sun Sport, Bounty Hunter, Conquest, Ultra, BT Cruiser, Endura, Super Nova, Super Max,


Open 8am-5pm. Manufacturer of HyLine, Pine Creek, EZ Street Travel Trailers, 5th Wheels and park trailers.

Rebecca Robins 52400 N. State Route 15, Building 6 Bristol, IN 46507 866.760.8195 • 574.848.0723 fax 574.848.1553 Email: Web:

Allan Reeping PO BOX 111 Somerset, PA 15501 814.445.9661

Dawn Fann 3030 Myers Street Riverside, CA 92503 951.351.3766 • fax 951.977.2137 E-mail:

E-mail: Web:

Steve Liddy 1001 All Pro Drive Elkhart, IN 46514 574.262.5992 • 574.266.8726 fax 574.262.8702 E-mail: Web:

Heritage Park Models, Inc. Jim Hite 25786 Miner Road Elkhart, IN 46514 574.262.9299 • fax 574.264.7383 E-mail: Web: Manufacturer of high-quality custom park model homes at affordable prices.

Hi-Lo Trailer Company, Inc. For Dealer and Business Inquiries Only

500 S. Main Street Bellville, OH 44813 419.886.0066 • fax 419.886.0099 Email: Web:

Host Industries Dave Hogue 20545 Murray Road Bend, OR 97701 541.330.2328 Email: Web: Class “C” motorhomes, Super “C” and Truck Campers.

Hy-Line Enterprises Holdings, LLC Jim Brown 21674 Beck Drive Elkhart, IN 46516 574.294.1112 • fax 574.293.4672

Brandon Ambris 330 Windsor Avenue Elkhart, IN 46514

Jayco, Ind.

Open M-F. 8am – 5pm. Greyhawk, Seneca and Melbourne Class “C” Motorhomes; Designer, Eagle, Eagle Super Lite 5th Wheels; Eagle, Jay Flight and Jay Feather Travel Trailers; Jay, Select and Baja Camping Trailers; Recon ZX and Octane ZX Toy Haulers.

Kaddy Kruiser 423 S. Main Street Topeka, IN 46571 260.593.2227 • fax 260.593.2293 Email: Web:

K-Z, Inc. For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Rose Yoder 0985 N. 900 W Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.4016 • fax 260.768.4017 Web:

Keystone RV Company Beth Ormsby 2642 Hackberry Drive Goshen, IN 46526 574.535.2100 • fax 574.535.2199 E-mail: Web: Keystone RV is the largest manufacturer of travel trailers and 5th Wheels in the U.S. Keystone RV manufactures products ranging from entry level travel trailers to luxury 5th wheels. Keystone RV offers the following products: Big Sky, Cougar, Challenger, Everest, Hobbi, Hornet, Laredo, Montana, Mountaineer, NRG, Outback, Springdale, Sprinter, Sydney, VR1, Passport, Fuzion, Summerland, Hideout.

Kropf Industries, Inc. Curt Yoder PO Box 30

PRVCA Resources

Goshen, IN 46527 574.533.2171 • 800.634.2171 fax 574.533.3723 E-mail: Web:

Junction City, KS 66441 785.238.7575 • 800.235.3140 • fax 785.238.4992 E-mail: Web:


Skyline Corporation

Our seasonal homes give you the finest quality with the greatest comfort. If you are looking for the perfect park model home, then let Park Model Custom Homes be your choice.

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Kropf Island Series Trailer, Kropf Special Edition and Special Edition Loft Park Trailer, Kropf Executive Park Trailer.

Newmar Corporation

Peterson Industries, Inc.

355 N. Delaware Street PO Box 30 Nappanee, IN 46550 800.860.0086 • fax 574.773.2895 Web:

Steven A. Ellenberger 616 E. Highway 36 Smith Center, KS 66967 800.368.3759 • 785.282.6825 fax 785.282.3810 Email: Web:

Lance Camper Mfg. Corp. For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Gary Conley 43120 Venture Street Lancaster, CA 93535 661.949.3322 • fax 661.949.1262 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm PST. Lance Campers, Lance Lite Campers, Lance Slideout Campers.

Lee Enterprises Mfg. Co. Erica Lee 25883 N. Park Avenue Elkhart, IN 46514 574.262.1543 • fax 574.262.1545 E-mail: Web:

Leisure Travel Vans, Ltd. Marla Wasserberg Box 1208, Morden MB Canada R6M 1B1 204.822.3009 • 877.288.8088 fax 204.822.5505 E-mail: Web:

Open 7:30am-5pm. Grand Star, All Star, King Aire, Dutch Star, Kountry Star, Mountain Aire, Kountry Aire, London Aire, Cypress, Torrey Pine, Bay Star, Canyon Star, Ventana, Essex, X Aire, service, inspection.

North American Traveler LLC Eric Testman 1045 N. Nappanee Street Elkhart, IN, 46514 574.264.9854

NU-WA Industries, Inc. Dale Seely PO Box 39 Osceola, IN 46561 800.689.2463 • 574.674.6787 fax 574.674.5816 E-mail: Web: Hours 9am-5pm CST. Hitchhiker; Premier, Champagne, Discovery, II’s, “S” series, Snowbird; Shadow, Snowbird and Legend.

Lil Bunk RV Inc

Open Range RV Company

Bob Wyman 305 R S. Main Street Nappanee, IN 46550

3195 N. State RD 5 Shipshewana, IN 46565 260.768.7771 • fax 260.768.7077 E-mail: Web:

Monaco Coach Corportation Holiday Rambler, HR Towables, McKenzie Division, Safar Division, Monaco Yvonne Reed 91320 Coburg Industrial Way Coburg, OR 97408 800.650.7337 • 800.634.0855 fax 574.862.7261 E-mail: Web: www. Manufacturer of travel trailers, 5th Wheels, toy haulers, Class “A”, Class “B” and Class “C” motorhomes under the Monaco, Holiday Rambler, Beaver, Safari and McKenzie Brands.

New Horizons RV Corporation Erin Stadel 2618 Mid America Drive

Palomino RV / Vanguard LLC Dan Culberson 1047 E. M86 Colon, MI 49040 269.432.3271 • fax 269.432.2516 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm. Fold-down camping trailers, fold-down truck campers, hard-side truck campers, lite travel trailers with expandable beds, 5th Wheels.

Park Model Custom Homes Dan Mathers 1 Simplex Drive Scranton, PA 18504 888.570.PARK• fax 570.346.3732 Email:

John Elliott 2520 By-Pass Road Elkhart, IN 46515 800.736.2573 • fax 574.293.0504 E-mail:

Spartan Chassis, Inc.

Manufacturer of Excel 5th Wheels. We offer three lines to help meet your needs.

Gordie Taylor 1165 Reynolds Road Charlotte, MI 48813 517.543.6400 ext. 205 • fax 517.543.7728 E-mail: Web: Spartan Chassis, Inc. is a world leader in the engineering, design, and manufacturing of heavy-duty custom chassis and emergency vehicles. Today, we build custom chassis that serve as the foundation for a variety of heavy-duty specialty vehicles, including premium motorhomes.

Phoenix USA, Inc. Stuart Bailey 53217 Marina Drive Elkhart, IN 46514 574.266.2020 • 574.596.6479 fax 574.266.8404 E-mail: Web:

Starcraft RV, Inc. Peter Stacey 536 Michigan Street Topeka, IN 46571 877.883.8859 • fax 717.626.2796 E-mail: Web:

Pleasure-Way Industries Dean Rumpel 302 Portage Avenue Saskatoon, SK S7J 4C6 E-mail:

Renegade Coaches and Trailers / Kibbi, Inc Kyle McKibbin 52216 State Road 15 Bristol, IN 46507 574.848.1127 Web:

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Centennial, Starcraft, RT Folding Camping Trailers, Thrill Seeker Expandables, Travel Star Expandables and XLT TT, Star Stream TT, Homestead 5th Wheels, Rock Star Toyhaulers, Villa Destination Trailers, Lexion 5th Wheels, Autumn Ridge Travel Trailers, Starcraft Truck Campers

Stone Canyon Lodges, Inc

Riverside RV Gary Yoder 18569 US 20 Bristol, IN 46507 574.522.1300

Larry Smith PO Box 193 Bear Creek, AL 35543 205.485.1083 Web:

Roadtrek Motorhomes, Inc.

Sun Valley, Inc.

100 Shirley Avenue Kitchener, ON N2B 2E1 888.762.3873 • fax 519.745.1161 E-mail: Web:

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Open M-F 8:30am-5pm. Roadtrek Class “B” motorhomes (van campers).

Show Hauler Trucks Lonnie Troyer 114 Industrial Parkway (Mailings: PO Box 9) Middlebury, IN 46540 574.825.6764 • fax 574.825.6765 Web:


Mart Romanetz 0450 W. 75 N. Howe, IN 46746 260.562.2047 • 800.327.7684 fax 260.562.3176 E-mail: Web: Manufacturer of truck campers, travel trailers and 5th Wheels, toy haulers.

Sunnybrook RV, Inc. Dymon Farrer 201 14th Street Middlebury, IN 46540

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PRVCA Resources

574.825.5250 • fax 574.825.5433 E-mail: Web:

Teton Homes Corporation Nanci Villegas PO Box 2349 Mills, WY 82644 307.235.1525 • fax 307.577.6027 E-mail: Web:

Trailmanor trailers have everything you’d Find in a travel trailer in a lightweight package that folds down to tow like a pop-up and fit a garage.

Travel Supreme, Inc.

Fax: 269.467.6021 E-mail: Web: Manufacture folding camping trailers and travel trailers.

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Weekend Warrior Trailers, Inc.

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Teton 5th Wheel Trailers. Manufacturers of Luxury Class RVs in the Royal and Experience Model Lines.

Carissa Bordner PO Box 610 Wakarusa, IN 46573 574.862.4484 • 800.626.0563 fax 574.862.2065 E-mail: Web:

Nick Jordan 1320 W. Oleander Avenue Perris, CA 92571 909.940.5556 Web:

The Barn Yard

Triple E Recreational Vehicles

Richard Burton 52 Mill Street Christiana, PA 17509 610.593.8400 Web:

Ernie Penner PO Box 1230 Winkler, MB R6W 4C4 204.325.4361 • fax 204.325.5241 E-mail: Web:

Park model cabins, portable recreation cabins.

Tiffin Motor Homes

Open M-F 8am-5pm. Empress, Invitation, Commander, Embassy, Regency, Topaz.

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Trophy Homes, Inc.

Nick Palm 105 2nd Street NW Red Bay, AL 35582 256.356.0216 • fax 256.356.8219 E-mail: Web:

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Timberland RV Company dba Adventure Manufacturing Richard Bonter PO Box 1210 Peru, IN 46970 765.475.9500 • fax 765.475.9505 E-mail: Web:

Trail-Lite/Division of R-Vision, Inc. Kris Foster 2666 S. Country Club Road Warsaw, IN 46580 574.268.2111 • fax 574.371.2311 Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm. Trail-Lite, Trail-Harbor, Trail-Cruiser, Trail-Bay, Bantam Travel Trailers and 5th Wheels; Trail-Lite Class “A” and “B” motorhomes.

Trailmanor, Inc. Keith Hulsey PO Box 130 Lake City, TN 37769 865.426.7426 • 800.707.7061 fax 865.426.8773 E-mail: Web:


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Roger Byce 2730 Almac Court Elkhart, IN 46514 574.264.4911 • fax 574.264.6960 E-mail: Web:

Winnebago Industries, Inc. 605 W. Crystal Lake Road Forest City, IA 50436 641.585.3535 Web: Open M-F 8am-4:30pm Product Lines: Winnebago and Itasca.

Woodland Park, Inc. Dave Burroughs 111 Crystal Heights Boulevard P O Box 1309 Middlebury, IN 46540 574.825.2104 • 800.999.4958 fax 574.825.2487 E-mail: Web:

John Pennington 585 Turner Industrial Way Aston, PA 19014 610.497.8709 ext. 358 fax 610.497.8683 E-mail: Web:

Woodall’s Publishing Barry Jenkins 186 Knotty Oak Drive Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 856.608.0760 • fax 856.608.0761 E-mail:


Allstar Coaches, LLC Robert Lemon 131 N.W. 73 Terrace Plantation, FL 33317 866.838.4465 • fax 954.337.8344 E-mail: Web:

Kelner’s Rentals, Inc. Jeff Wiener / Ed Kelly 1151 Fielding Drive West Chester, PA 19382-7234 610.399.6879 • fax 610.269.9098 E-mail:

Manufacturer of high-quality park models since 1983. Standard/custom floor plans available, 11'-12' wide Timber Ridge Series, 11'-12' wide Signature Series, 11'-12' wide Resort Series.

Rentals of RVs, trailers, pop-ups. Production, wardrobe RVs.



United Recreational Vehicles, LLC

RV Dealers Directory

1st Class Mobility

Kristine Zhang Two University Plaza, Suite 503 Hackensack, NJ 07601 201.498.0999 • fax 201.342.0886 Email: Web:

Nora Burch PO Box 208 Angel Fire, NM 87710 575.377.2711 Web:

Carlos Jerez 5711 Florin Perkins Road #C Sacramento, CA 95828 916.379.0168 Email: Web:

Open M-F 6am-5pm. Manufacturer of park trailers. Products include 8' and 8.5' wide units with or without slide-outs, and our 10', 11.5' and 12' wide models without slide-outs, all sizes are available as customized floor plans.

Manufacturer and distributor of lightweight travel trailers, car top tents under iCamp®

United Specialties, Inc. Sherry Johnson 68939 M 103 (Mottville) White Pigeon, MI 49099 269.483.2400 Web:

Viking RV Bernie Brothers 580 W. Burr Oak Street / PO Box 549 Centreville, MI 49032 Phone: 269.467.6321


TL Enterprises / Affinity Group / AGI Barbara Keig 2575 Vista Del Mar Drive Ventura, CA 93001 805.667.4100 • 805.667.4386 fax 805.667.4379 E-mail: Web: Publishers of trade and consumer magazines (RV Business, Trailer Life, Motorhome). Campground directory and books, sponsor of the Good Sam Club – a 900,000-member, consumer RV club.


Adventure Caravans Ron Kohn 125 Promise Lane Livingston, TX 77351 936.327.3428 • 800.872.7897 fax 936.327.3663 E-mail: Web: Open 8am-7pm. Guided full-service RV tours and rallies.

Trader Media

Anderson’s Brochure Distribution Service

For Dealers and Business Inquiries Only

Skip and Judy Deegans

PRVCA Resources

Drawer 467 Lewisburg, WV 24901 304.497.3238 • 866.645.1897 fax 304.497.3250 E-mail: Open M-F 9am-5pm. Brochure distribution at RV and camping shows in the USA and Canada. These are paid-attendance shows, and we are always in the booth.

Branson Bedding, Inc. (Sunrise) Jay Jensen 51 Front Street Troy, MO 63379 636.528.6796 Email: Jensen Thermoshield Mattress Pad.

Canterbury Creations Heidi Breidenstein 2127 Holly Tree Drive Davison, MI 48423 810.654.9422 Email: Hand-painted signs.

Capital Self Storage Karen Schorr 5160 E. Trindle Road Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717.691.8800 • 717.691.0839 Web:

Christine Collections Bev Barletta 5727 Colverdale Road Harrisburg, PA 17112 717.545.2465 Email: Ladies’ accessories.

Classic Coach Works Inc 3340 US Highway 92E Lakeland, FL 33801 863.510.0017 • fax 863.510.0071 Email: Web: We renovate RVs! Let us help you fall in love with your coach all over again.

Coach Net Ed Thor, Vice President 900 N. Lake Havasu Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 928.855.2981• fax 928.855.3545 E-mail: Web: RV Technical and Roadside Assistance.

Coil N Wrap Ken or Judy Wilton

24060-B North 195th Ave Surprise, AZ 85387 623.544.3436 • fax 623.544.3447 Email: Web:

Comprehensive Communications For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

222 N. Hicks Place Palatine, IL 60067 847.934.0580 • 847.991.3328 Cellular routers.

Dealertrack Specialty Solutions Debbie Overender 1111 Marcus Avenue M04 Lake Success, NY 11042 905.281.6229 Web:

Drams Enterprises LLC (TV for my RV) Don Sweger PO Box 184 Ickesburg, PA 17037 717.438.3665 Web: TVs, brackets, satellite rec.

Family Motor Coach Assoc. Inc. Kathy Gebhart 8291 Clough Pike Cincinnati, OH 45244 513.388.5317 • 800.543.3622 fax 513.388.5314 E-mail: Web: Open 8am-5pm EST. Family Motor Coaching Magazine; Services for motorhome owners.

Fanelli Window Pros Alex Beadle 103 Glenworth Road Pottsville, PA 17901 Windows, patio rooms, siding, gutter protection.

Fantasy RV Tours / Creative World Travel 111 Camino Del Rio Gunnison, CO 81230 800.952.8496 • fax 970.642.4573 Web: Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. RV tours and rallies in Alaska, Canada, Mexico, USA, Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand.

Firemakers Dave Benson or George Dick 414 Innovation Drive Blairsville, PA 15717

Independent Antique Brick Company

724.459.8500 • 814.672.3338 fax 724.459.8535 Email: Web: Manufacturing and sales of quick-start firelogs and related products made from 100% recycled materials.

Garber Self Storage Roger C. Garber 860 Milton Grove Road Mount Joy, PA 17552 717.653.1988 •866.653.1988 fax 717.653.5272 E-mail: Web: PA’s premier indoor recreational vehicle self storage units: We can store your RV, motorhome, coach, boat, antique or classic cars inside. Our individual units have electric and lights for indoor use. We are conveniently located between Lancaster and Harrisburg, just off Rt. 283.

Good Sam Club

Matt Haak PO Box 433 New Kingston, PA 17072 717.591.1200 Web: RV, boat and trailer storage, antique brick and stone products.

Island Trader Belinda Kenyon 10460 Roosevelt Boulevard PMB 342 St. Petersburg, FL 33716 Jewelry, rings, watches, etc.

Kitchen Craft – The Healthy Gourmet by Americraft Beth Hadrys 4129 United Avenue Mt Dora, FL 32757 352.483.7600 • fax 352.483.7603 E-mail: Web: We display and demonstrate Americanmade kitchen accessories, promote health and wellness and pass out free gifts and samples.

Member Services 64 Inverness Drive East Englewood, CO 80112 800.234.3450 Web:

Liberty Seamless Enterprises, Inc

Good Sam Club Memberships, related products, services and publications.

Grand Am Jim McAlpin 147 Mastic Road Mastic Beach, NY 11951 631.395.3377

Kurt Keisey 102 E. Railroad Avenue Knoxville, PA 16950 814.326.4121 Electric bikes.

Lost Creek Carts PO Box 220 State Line, PA 17263 866.442.2787 • fax 717.593.4675 Email: Web:

Happy Feet 19 Oak Creek Circle Branson, MO 65737 417.699.4683

New and pre-owned customized golf carts, rentals, service and parts.

Health Craft Cooking Show

MAC Events/NJ RV Shows

Melissa Jenkins 5414 Town ‘n Country Boulevard Tampa, FL 33615 813.881.0256 • 717.586.5640 fax 813.888.3331 E-mail:

James McLaughlin 309 Morris Avenue Suite D Spring Lake, NJ 07762 732.449.4004 #11 • fax 732.449.5566 E-mail: Web:

Waterless/greaseless cookware, cutlery, electric skillets, kitchen machines and juicers.

Highwater Glass Arts Hillary Bennett 5961 N. W. 2nd Avenue #102 Boca Raton, FL 33487 Email:

Producer of consumer shows such as RV, boat, home, sports, kids in NJ, RI, CO, MA, VA, WI.

McNees, Wallace and Nurick

Onesole Travel Show, Track Your Travels Table Cover Map and Crystal Glass Nail Files


Barbara A. Darkes 100 Pine Street PO Box 1166 Harrisburg, PA 17108-1166 717.237.5229 • 717.237.5381

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PRVCA Resources

fax 717.237.5300 E-mail: or Web: Legal services.

Microfiber Magic Renee Bedore 1532 Indian Spring Drive Conover, NC 28613 828.461.4653

Porta-Bote For Dealer and Business Inquiries Only

Paul Mintz 1074 Independence Avenue Mountain View, CA 94043 650.961.5334 E-mail: Web:

Reliable Products

Sterling silver, pearls and semi-precious stones, jewelry.

Supervision Security, Inc. Mark Oldhouser PO BOX 504 Emigsville, PA 17318 866.954.8273 Web: Solar-powered security system.

Lori Stock 1 Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052

Michael Leibl 639 Fitch Street Onieda, NY 13421 315.363.9202 • fax 315.363.4215 E-mail: Web:

Midlantic Marketing

Super Spray Cleaner. Full line of RV marine products.

Stacy Newman 1125 E. St Charles Road Lombard, IL 60148 630.268.9672 • fax 630.268.9655 E-mail: Web:

Risco, Inc.

United Brochure Distributors

Alex Nicolajsen 25 W. Highland Avenue Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716 732.872.7722 • fax 732.872.7664 E-mail: Web:

For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Microsoft Corporation

Randy Adams 750 Fentress Boulevard Daytona Beach, FL 32114 800.470.0876 x 264 • fax 386-274-2414 Email: Web:

Owens Corning Basement Finishing Nicole Wilkerson 4856 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 717.364.1880 Web:

Penn State Expo Services, Inc. Ken Lint 4115 N. 6th Street Harrisburg, PA 17110-0676 717.236.6733 • fax 717.236.6758 E-mail:

Perfection Products Unltd, Inc. John Harkins 157 Woodstream Road Boothwyn, PA 19061 610.859.9009

Pioneer Pole Buildings, Inc. Laurie Fink 716 S. Route 183 Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972 888.448.2505 • fax 888.448.2515 Email: Web: Builder of high-quality post frame constructed buildings – for use as residential garages, storage buildings, horse and agricultural barns and commercial buildings. Our buildings serve as high-quality, economical alternatives to traditional buildings – great for RV and travel trailer storage.


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RV Trader / Jerald Motil 150 Granby Street, 13th floor Norfolk, VA 23510 757.321.8527 • fax 866.703.4084 E-mail: Web: Open 8:30am-5:30pm. Designed to be the Internet resource for consumers looking to buy or sell a recreational vehicle, offering RV dealers and companies within the marketplace the most advanced promotional/marketing packages.

Showtime Auto Care Amy Long 899 N. Market Street Selinsgrove, PA 17870 570.374.9525 Stone products.

Sobel and Associates For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Randy Sobel 5117 65th Avenue West University Place, WA 98467 253.565.2577 • fax 253.564.5943 E-mail: Web:

Sterling Treasures Sandra and Gary Berendowsky 210 N. Ocean Boulevard Pompano Beach, FL 33062 954.464.3698


Uncommon USA, Inc.

Wil Bernstein 14 Franconia Drive Nashua, NH 03063 603.882.8615 • 800.691.5520 fax 603.883.5829 E-mail: Web: Hours: Anytime! Distribution of camping and attractions brochures to dealers and general public at shows.

Woodall Publications Corporation

Pender, NE 68047 402.385.3051 • fax 402.385.3360 E-mail: Web: Open 7:30am-6pm CST. Blue Ox Weight Distributing Hitches, towing systems, steering controls, carriers, hitches and accessories for the RV aftermarket.

Busch Enterprises Ted Busch 908 Cochran Street Statesville, NC 28677 704.878.2067 Polishes and buffing products.

Camco Manufacturing, Inc. For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Jenny Smith 121 Landmark Drive Greensboro, NC 27409 336.668.7661 • fax 336.668.2049 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 8am-5pm EST. RV accessories, sanitation, fresh water, housewares, chemicals, plumbing, hardware, antifreeze.

Cequent Towing Products Valaurie Hopper 47774 Anchor Court West Plymouth, MI 48170 800.632.3290 • fax 800.249.3827 E-mail: Web:

Donna Brown 2575 Vista Del Mar Ventura, CA 93001 800.323.9076 • fax 805.667.4468 E-mail: Consumer Web: Business Web:

Cequent is the leading manufacturer of aftermarket automotive accessories, including: hitches, brake controls, goosenecks, 5th Wheel hitches, electrical accessories, lighting accessories and much, much more.


Cleveland Brothers Equipment Company

Auckerman Manufacturing, LLC Charles Auckerman Jr. 7887 Lincoln Highway Central City, PA 15926 814.754.5400 • fax 814.754.5499 Portable wheelchair lifts.

BandW Trailer Hitches Scott Marsh 1216 Highway 224 Humboldt, KS 66748 620.473.3664 • fax 620.473.3766 E-mail: Web:

Blue Ox Kim Landholm 1 Mill Road

Justin Yingling 336 Fairville Avenue Harrisburg, PA 17112 717.526.2121 • fax 717.526.2072 Email: Web: Caterpillar Truck and RV Engine Service for Central and Western Pennsylvania. Locations in Wilkes-Barre, Milesburg, Harrisburg and New Stanton.

Cummins Onan Generators Yolanda Wright 1400 73rd Avenue N.E. Minneapolis, MN 55432 763.574.5911 Email: Web:

PRVCA Resources

Demco - Dethmers Mfg. Co. Ken Streff or Scott Johnson PO Box 189 Boyden, IA 51234 712.725.2311 • 800.543.3626 fax 800.845.6420 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 7am-5pm. Tow bars; tow dollies; base plates; tow bar deflectors.

Dura-Bilt Products, Inc. For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Marty Chalk/ Jeff Chalk PO Box 188 Wellsburg, NY 14894 570.596.2000 • fax 570.596.3296 E-mail: Web: Manufacturers of high-quality sunroom enclosures, all-season sunrooms, three-season sunrooms, screen rooms, awning, roofs, carpets, windows awnings and door canopies.

Ford Motor Company Mary Kemmer 210 N. Class Avenue, Suite A Westmont, IL 60559 630.353.1300 • fax 630.353.1305 E-mail: Web: Class “A” and “C” chassis, vans and pick ups for towing.

Four All Seasons Outdoor Equipment Jim Miller 641 N. Mountain Road Harrisburg, PA 17112 717.545.1212 Email: Honda generators.

Frank Mobility Systems, Inc. Werner Frank 1003 International Drive Oakdale, PA 15071

Hensley Mfg., Inc. Colin Connell 1097 S. State Road Davison, MI 48423 810.658.0006 • 800.410.6580 fax 810.653.4468 E-mail: Open M-F 8:30am-6pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Hensley Arrow Advanced Towing System, which eliminates sway and distributes weight. McKesh Portable Rearview Mirror for towing.

JR Products For Business and Dealer Inquiries Only

Chris Carpenter 9680 County Road Clarence Center, NY 14032 800.269.7622 • fax 716.633.7576 E-mail: Web: Open M-F 9am-5pm. Interior/Exterior hardware, curtain hardware, plumbing accessories, hatches, towing accessories.

MCD RV Innovation Carla Townsley 410 Industrial Boulevard McKinney, TX 75069 214.681.0140

Mor/Ryde International Janene Harness 1966 Moyer Avenue Elkhart, IN 46516 574.293.1581 Web: Suspension systems and pin bos.

Page Bedding Company / Page Foam Cushion Tim Page 850 Eisenhower Boulevard Johnstown, PA 15904 814.266.7500

E-mail: Web:

200 Jay Street Coldwater, MI 49036-1310

A complete line of towing products — tow bars, tow bar brackets, supplemental braking systems and towing accessories — as well as anti-sway bars.

RV Rover, Inc. Doug Thomas 106 E. 8th Street West Point, GA 31833 706.645.3865 • fax 706.645.3937 Email: Web:

Workhorse Custom Chassis, LLC Bill Walmsley 922 S. SR 32 Union City, IN 42390 765.964.4000 • fax 765.964.3572 E-mail: Web: Produce chassis that make motorhome experiences the best they can be. Assemble motor chassis including W16/18; W20/22; W24; R Services; “C” Class.

Silver-Top Manufacturing Company, Inc.


Quality Drive Away, Inc.

John Hannan PO Box 225 11120 Pulaski Highway White Marsh, MD 21162-0225 800.638.6960 • 410.335.5500 fax 410.335.6646 E-mail: Web:

Devon Bechtel 64825 County Road 31 Goshen, IN 46528 574.642.4150• fax 574.642.4842 E-mail: Web:

Open M-F 8am-5pm. RV two-way portable insulated awnings, Chesapeake, portable screen rooms, permanent awnings and Three Season Room Enclosures.

Tom Manning and Associates, Inc. Tom Manning, Jr.

Hours 8am-4:30pm. Foam cushions and mattresses-innerspring and foam and throw pillows.

Pulliam Enterprises, Inc. / Pullrite Randy Pulliam 13790 E. Jefferson Boulevard Mishawaka, IN 46545 800.443.2307 • 574.259.1520 fax 574.258.0289 E-mail: Web: Hours M-F 8am-5pm. PullRite Trailer Towing Systems, Super 5 Four-Way 5th wheel Hitches. PullRite Weight Equalizing Hitches, Superglide 6' Box 5th wheel.

Quest Technologies / TRP Bob Mater 21815 Beck Drive Elkhart, IN 46516 574.295.1644

ROADMASTER, Inc. 5602 N.E. Skyport Way Portland, OR 97218 800.669.9690 fax: 503.288.8900

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PRVCA Leadership

Executive Board

PRVCA Board of Directors PRVCA Committees and Task Forces


Greg Dewalt, Southeastern District Director Dewalt’s Recreational Vehicles, Inc. 610.258.0486

Budget and Finance Committee

Membership/Education Committee

Ed Flick, Chair (Same members as executive board)

Paul Wieand, Campground/Resorts Director W.T. Family Camping, Inc. 570.646.9255

By-Laws Committee

Brad Bryant, Chair Mark Brockman Greg Dewalt Ernie Kieffer Ed Lerch Joe Poltrack John Roba Dan Saltzgiver Tom Schaeffer, Sr. Greg Starr Joy Unger Paul Wieand

Brad Rhone Rhone’s Travel Trailers 570.494.1364

VICE CHAIRMAN Ron Gilbert Drummer Boy, Inc. 717.334.2499

SECRETARY Tim Umstead TruMark Dealer Services 610.574.4036

John Martin, Central District Director Martin Camper Sales 717.766.5569

Campground Committee Matt McMahon, Manufacturer Director Dutchmen Manufacturing 610.678.2671

TREASURER Ed Flick 717.291.2356

Pat McClure, Insurance Director Shoemaker & Besser Insurance Group 717.284.5081

SENIOR MANUFACTURER DIRECTOR John Zimmerman 717.534.5664

John Martin, Chair Larry Etnoyer Gary Farnsworth Greg Starr Lester Stoltzfus

John Roba, Supplier Director JR Products 716.633.7565


Ron Gilbert, Chair Robert Adams Janet Keen Dennis McFarland Mark Panassow Karl Schmidt Paul Wieand Mark Wineman Jason Vaughn

(Advisor), McNees, Wallace & Nurick

Political Action Committee

Andrew Goodman

John Zimmerman, Chair Ed Flick, Secretary/Treasurer Brad Rhone Wayne Degan

Tim Umstead, Chair Glenn Hill Lisa Fanucci Ed Flick Pat McClure


Greg Starr, Northwestern District Director Starr’s Trailer Sales, Inc. 814.265.0632

Legislative Committee

Joy Unger, Southwestern District Director Unger Recreational Vehicles 412.264.8100

Lester “Les” Umberger, Honorary Director 717.838.9137 Ernie Yoder, Park Trailer Manufacturer Director Woodland Park, Inc. 574.825.2104

(Advisor), Milliron Associates

Christopher Carpenter Ron Gilbert Mike Keller Ed Lerch John Martin Matt McMahon Glenn Mellott Nick Palm Dan Saltzgiver Tom Schaeffer Tim Umstead Ernie Yoder

Long-Range Planning Committee Paul Wieand, Chair Brad Bryant Pat McClure John Roba Dan Saltzgiver Earl Stoltzfus


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PA Recreational Vehicle and Camping Education Foundation Trustees

John Zimmerman, Chair Barbara Darkes

Insurance-Finance Committee

Brad Bryant, Northeastern District Director Bryant’s RV Showcase 570.639.3100

Glenn Hill, Finance Director 800.843.2327

Brad Rhone, Chair (Same members as Executive Board)

Greg Dewalt, Chair Mark Alexander Bill D’Andrea III Don Bray, Advisor Bob Cox Steve Dotson Ryan Horsey Terry Kline Terry Ritter John Roba Paul Wieand

Pat McClure Shoemaker & Besser Insurance Group 717.284.5081

Dan Saltzgiver Reichart’s Camping Center, Inc. 717.637.2882

Nominating Committee

Show Committee Dan Saltzgiver, Chair Mike Faircloth Gary Farnsworth Jeff Kline Matt McMahon Lori Morrow John Roba Hadden Smith John Soard Frank Subasic Tim Umstead Paul Wieand John Zimmerman

Trip Task Force John Zimmerman, Chair (Same members as Executive Board)

What is PRVCA? The Pennsylvania Recreation Vehicle and Camping Association (PRVCA) is an industry association linking all segments of the RV and camping industry. The association represents the interests of recreation vehicle dealers and manufacturers, as well as the campgrounds that are ultimately their destination. In addition, businesses and suppliers that enhance and support this industry fill out the ranks of this association that has truly become one of the nation’s most progressive and dynamic RV industry organizations.

What makes PRVCA so special?

The combination of the many programs and services we offer to our members, including:

Legislative & Legal


Your legislative guardian and tracking service … Government liaison - Department of Revenue, Transportation, Licensing Board & Department of Environmental Protection … Retains outside legal counsel through one of Pennsylvania’s finest law firms … Also provides Manufacturer & Dealer Licensing Kits as well as Fumigation Kits.

Special education programs for members and employees on important issues and aspects of the RV Dealer and Campground Industry … Special Dealership Education Day … Annual Compliance Workshop … Video Lending Library … Association annual trip ... PRVCA bookstore.

Publications & Communications

State and national market expansion program … National RV and Camping public relations and industry development campaigns … annual May “Open House” RV and Camping TV Campaign … Advertising Display in the PA State Travel Planner … Year-round Billboards.

Monthly membership publication … Timely legislative and informational bulletins … Campground Planning Kit … Annual Membership Directory … Legislative Directory … Web site at … Free listing for all members on PRVCA Web site … Fact Sheets, Buyer’s Guides & much more!

PRVCA Source Services PRVCA uses the power of our group association to provide members-only discounts and rates on a growing number of your business needs … AFLAC Insurance … Iron Mountain … Office Max/Boise … Employers Unity comprehensive unemployment assistance … PAA Insurance Trust … Notary, Title and Tag Service … NADA Business Guides at reduced rate … Special publications at reduced member-only rates … RV Auction … New services added regularly!

Public Relations

PRVCA Education Foundation Statewide technician apprenticeship program … Technician and Campground management scholarships … Educational Opportunities … Nation-Wide RV Technician Distance Learning Program – train online.

Show Production & Management Annual PA RV and Camping Show – September, Hershey, PA … Show Management Services for annual Valley Forge RV and Camping Show – February, Valley Forge.

PRVCA Membership Application Please note: Contributions to PRVCA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions on your federal income tax, but they may be deductible under other provisions of the tax code. Authorized Contact________________________________________________________________________________________________ Company Name____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address_ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City_________________________________________________ State_ ______________________________ Zip_______________________ County of Residence (PA Only)____________________ House & Senate District______________________________________ (If you are unsure of your district, refer to the PA Legislative Directory.) Telephone____________________________________________________ Fax__________________________________________________ Web Address_________________________________________________ E-mail_ ______________________________________________ Would you like a Web site link on PRVCA’s Web page?  o Yes  o No

Membership Information: Vehicle Dealers number  VD______________________________________________________________________________ Vehicle Manufacturer number  VM_______________________________________________________________________ Campground season____________________________________________ to__________________________________________ Number of Sites_ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Employees: Full time____________________________________ Seasonal_ ________________________________________ I would be interested in volunteering for a committee:  Y  N  Maybe Membership recommended by:____________________________________________________________________________

Annual Dues - Please Check One o Dealer $250 Check one: o Rolling Stock  o Aftermarket (Svc., Parts & Acc. Only)

o Rental only

o Campground/Resort

o 1 to 50 sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150.00

o 51 to 100 sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00

o 101+ sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00

o Convoy/Transport. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00 o Supplier/Distributor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $300.00 o Manufacturer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $375.00 o Finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 o Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.00 o Service Provider. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200.00 Check one: o Press  o Association  o Other_______________________ o Division/Sub-lot of Current PRVCA Member

(per additional location) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75.00

Payment Information Method of Payment:  o Check (payable to PRVCA) o Credit Card  o MC  o Visa  o Discover Card#____________________________________________________________ Exp Date_________________________ Signature Panel Code#___________ Card Holder______________________________________________________ Signature_________________________________________________________

Fax to PRVCA: 717-303-0297  or  Mail to PRVCA: 4000 Trindle Road • Camp Hill, PA 17011


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Experience the best of the mountains, lakes,

Western PA

cities and scenery as you explore Western PA, which consists of the Laurel Highlands/ Southern Alleghenies, Allegheny National Forest, Lake Erie and Pittsburgh regions. ©Kristin Smith/Shutterstock

Be swept away by the awesome scenery of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the



2,053 feet of Kinzua Bridge. In Pittsburgh, you’ll want to take in the culture at the city’s theaters, museums and restaurants and

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of course, the National Football League’s Steelers. The first lighthouse built on the Great Lakes will guide you to the shores of ©Philip Lewin/Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau

Lake Erie Region n Attractions n n n n n n n Conneaut Lake Park, Conneaut Lake – the state’s second largest natural glacier lake, golf, fishing and festivals. Info: 814.382.5115 Daffin’s Candies, Sharon – world’s largest candy store and home of the Chocolate Kingdom, a fantasyland of chocolate characters. Info: 724.342.2892 Erie National Wildlife Refuge, Guys Mills – see more than 200 species of birds. 8,877 acres for birdwatching, fishing, hunting, hiking or biking. Info: 814.789.3585 Erie Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Erie – get up close and personal with 400 animals from around the world. Info: 814.864.4091 Oil City Antique Warehouse Mall, Oil City – over 50 vendors with a large inventory. Info: 814.678.2200 Presque Isle State Park, Erie – popular area for recreation along Lake Erie. Info: 814.833.7424


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Lake Erie, while the caverns of the Laurel Highlands will take you deep into a spelunker’s delight. To see it all at your own pace, traverse the scenic Route 6, which stretches

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long across the Northern Tier.

Splash Lagoon Indoor Water Park Resort, Erie – Pennsylvania’s only indoor water park. Slides, kiddie pools. Info: 1.866.3.SPLASH (377.5274) Waldameer Park & Water World, Erie – family amusement park with 75 rides, slides and attractions. Info: 814.838.3591 n Museums n n n n n n n n n Battles Museums of Rural Life, Girard – 1858 farmhouse, 1861 family residence, 1893 bank. Info: 814.454.1813 Discovery Square, Erie – home of the Erie Art Museum, Erie History Center and expERIEnce Children’s Museum. Info: 814.459.5477 Drake Well Museum and Park, Titusville – birth of oil industry, indoor and outdoor operating exhibits. Info: 814.827.2797 Erie Maritime Museum, Erie – vividly illustrates Niagara’s history and the region’s rich maritime heritage. Info: 814.452.2744 Venango Museum of Art, Science and Industry, Oil City – see how the


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discovery of oil changed the world. Info: 814.677.2007 n Festivals & Eventsn n n n Edinboro Highland Games and Scottish Festival, Edinboro – a three-day festival held each May, that celebrates the Scottish heritage. Info: 1.800524-ERIE Erie County Fair – Enjoy food, contests, truck drags, tractor pulls, harness racing, music, and more. August/Sept. Info: 814.739.2232 Oil Heritage Week, Oil City – celebrates the area’s industrial heritage with parades, live entertainment, plenty of food and recreational activities. Info: 814.676.8521

Allegheny National Forest Region n Attractions n n n n n n n Animaland Zoological Park, Wellsboro – walk-through zoologicalbotanical park. Info: 570.724.4546 Kinzua Dam and Allegheny Reservoir, Warren – The Allegheny Reservoir, which was created by the Kinzua

Dam, is a 25-mile lake, surrounded by 100 miles of forested shoreline. Enjoy boating, swimming and hiking. Info: 814.726.0661 Knox & Kane Railroad, Marienville – travel through Allegheny National Forest and to Kinzua Bridge. Info: 814.927.6621 The Double Diamond Deer Ranch, Clarington – observe and photograph whitetail deer in their natural habitat. Info: 814.752.6334 Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, Wellsboro – this canyon stretches 50 miles and reaches depths of 1,000 feet. For hiking, biking, rafting info visit Pine Creek Outfitters. Info: 570.724.3003 n Museums n n n n n n n n n Eldred World War II Museum, Eldred – exhibits capture the history of WWII. Info: 814.225.2220 Penn-Brad Oil Museum, Bradford – visit one of the few remaining wooden oil derricks. Info: Summer: 814.362.1955; Winter: 814.363.9677

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, Galeton – see the rugged life of the lumber industry. Info: 814.435.2652 Simpler Times Museum, Tidioute – local interest museum. Gas pumps, engines, tractors and more. Info: 814.484.3483 n Festivals & Eventsn n n n Autumn Leaf Festival, Clarion County – observe the colors and crispness of trees every fall at this nine-day festival each September/October. Info: 814.226.9161 Groundhog Day Celebration, Punxsutawney – see if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow. Enjoy various activities, food and live entertainment. Info: 1.800.752.PHIL(7445)

Pittsburgh Region n Attractions n n n n n n n Byham Theater, Pittsburgh – enjoy a show at Pittsburgh’s only surviving Vaudeville theater. Info: 412.456.6666 Living Treasures Animal Park, New Castle – families can pet, feed and enjoy more than 500 friendly animals. Info: 724.924.9571 “Main Street Shops,” Volant – enjoy these quaint shops in the Amish countryside. Info: 724.533.5054 Nationality Rooms, Pittsburgh – tour 26 rooms depicting the heritages of Pittsburgh’s ethnic communities. Info: 412.624.6000 Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Pittsburgh – a Victorian glasshouse and gardens feature tropical plants and flowers. Info: 412.441.4442

19th century log homes and shops. Info: 724.587.3412 The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, Washington – Visitors can take a three-mile round-trip antique trolley ride and tour the car barn. Info: 724.228.9256 Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh – three-floors of hands-on fun! Info: 412.322.5058 Senator John Heinz Regional History Center, Pittsburgh – five floors showcase 250 years of Western PA history. Info: 412.454.6000 n Festivals & Eventsn n n n The Pennsylvania Bavarian Oktoberfest, Canonsburg – German performers, crafts, food, rides and games, September. Info: 724.745.1812 Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta, Pittsburgh – a fun-filled summer festival with spectacular boating events and live entertainment. Fourth of July celebration. Info: 412.875.4841

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Old Bedford Village, Bedford – pioneer life, festivals and theater. Info: 800.238.4347 Flight 93 National Memorial, Shanksville – On September 11, 2001, the passengers and crew courageously gave their lives thwarting a planned attack on our nation’s capital. The temporary memorial is open from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year. Info: 814. 443.4557 n Museums n n n n n n n n n Jimmy Stewart Museum, Indiana – a bit of Hollywood magic. Info: 1.800.83. JIMMY(54669) Johnstown Flood Museum, Johnstown – exhibits recreate the shocking story of America’s famous disaster and the town’s triumphant recovery. Info: 814.539.1889, ext. 309

Swigart Antique Auto Museum, Huntingdon – everything you’d want to see about cars and their history. Info: 814.643.0885 n Festivals & Eventsn n n n 5th Annual MayFest, Huntingdon – Living history and period-correct dancing, music re-enactors, and demonstrators present history through interactive games and song. April. Info: 814.643.1110 Bedford’s Fall Foliage Festival, Bedford – 400 craftspeople, exhibits, foods and entertainment, held every October. Info: 1.800.765.3331 National Road Festival – the “world’s longest festival.” Celebrations continue along 300 miles of the Historic National Road. In Pennsylvania, the festival is held during the third weekend in May. Info: 724.437.9877 •

Bushy Run Battlefield, Harrison City – site of decisive British victory over the Native Americans during Pontiac’s War in 1763. Info: 724.527.5584, ext. 102 Fallingwater, Mill Run – named one of 50 best places of a lifetime. Info: 724.329.8501 Lakemont Park and The Island Waterpark, Altoona – rides and thrills for the entire family! Info: 814.949.7275

n Museums n n n n n n n n n Four Windows on the World, Pittsburgh – Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center and The Andy Warhol Museum. Info: 412.622.3131

Lake Raystown Resort and Lodge, Entriken – full-service marina, boat rentals, waterpark, camping, cabins. Info: 814.658.3500 Laurel Highlands River Tours, Ohiopyle – whitewater rafting, mountain biking, paintball and rock climbing. Info: 1.800.4.RAFTIN(723846) ©

Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life, Avella – living-history village with

Living Treasures Animal Park, Jones Mills – families can pet, feed and enjoy more than 500 friendly animals. Info: 724.593.8300

Rockhill Trolley Museum, Rockhill Furnace – Pennsylvania’s oldest operating trolley museum. Ride historic trolleys. Info: 814.447.9576

n Attractions n n n n n n n Allegheny Mountains Attractions, Altoona – museums, railtrails, theater and fort re-enactments! Info: 1.800.84.ALTOONA(258662)

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, Pittsburgh – exotic animals in naturalistic exhibits. Info: 1.800.474.4966

The LeMoyne House, Washington – Pennsylvania’s first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad. Info: 724.225.6740

October haunted tours. Info: 814.643.0268

Lincoln Caverns and Whisper Rocks, Huntingdon – explore twisting passageways that reveal splendid rooms glittering with white crystals and massive flowstones,


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Focus on The simple life surrounds you as you explore the land of the Pennsylvania Dutch. The famous

Central PA

town of Hershey hosts a myriad of attractions from roller coasters to chocolate, while history can be experienced throughout this region with various mansion tours or the viewing of a Civil War reenactment in Gettysburg. The Valleys of the Susquehanna bring you to large festivals


and the best of land and stream and the heart of all the action! State College thrives with Penn State football games as the roar of “We


are Penn State” echoes the valleys on Saturday afternoons. Visitors will get lost in the beauty of summer yellow fields and crisp, autumn foliage as Fall settles in over the mountains and valleys. Fresh winter snow covers ski slopes and offers

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tranquil sleigh rides over the rivers and through ©Amy Spangler

Valleys of the Susquehanna n Attractions n n n n n n n Bryce Jordan Center, University Park – visit this 16,000-seat field house for concerts, events and Penn State basketball. Info: 814.863.5500 Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland, Allenwood – all your favorite reptiles are found at this hotspot! Info: 570.538.1869 Covered Bridges, all counties – drive through some of the nation’s oldest bridges. Info: 1.800.525.7320 or 1.800.847.4810 Hiawatha Paddlewheeler, Williamsport – enjoy scenic cruises on the beautiful Susquehanna River. Info: 1.800.248.9287 Knoebels Amusement Resort, Elysburg – free admission park; rides, games, food and fun! Info: 1.800.ITS.4FUN Penn’s Cave, Centre Hall – America’s only all-water cavern and wildlife park. Info: 814.364.1664


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the woods, while spring breathes life and color back into the area’s celebrated gardens.

Rohrbach’s Farm Market & Gift Shop, Catawissa – festivals, gifts, fresh produce and more! Info: 570.356.7654 Trails for hiking, all counties – Susquehanna, Tuscarora, Golden Eagle, Mid State, Black Forest and Dale’s Ridge. Info: 1.800.525.7320 The University Creamery, University Park – enjoy this Penn State ice-cream tradition since 1896. Info: 814.865.7535 n Museums n n n n n n n n n Children’s Discovery Workshop, Williamsport – hands-on children’s museum located inside the Williamsport YMCA. Info: 570.322.KIDS (5437) Little League Museum, South Williamsport – experience the history and interactive exhibits for the whole family. Info: 570.326.3607 Mifflinburg Buggy Museum, Mifflinburg – tour an authentic 19th century buggy factory. Info: 570.966.1355


Pennsylvania Military Museum, Boalsburg – features the military history of Pennsylvania from 1747 to present. Info: 814.466.6263 Piper Aviation Museum, Lock Haven – see this rare collection of 20th century Piper Aviation artifacts. Info: 570.748.8283 n Festivals & Events n n n n Bloomsburg Fair, Bloomsburg – a festival of fun awaits! September. Info: 570.784.4949 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, State College – celebrate one of the state’s largest events, July. Info: 814.237.3682 Flaming Foliage Festival, Renovo – celebrate the changing leaves with fun, food and festivities. October. Info: 570.923.2411 23rd Annual Sentimental Journey – a fly-in festival. June. Info: 570.748.8283

Hershey/ Gettysburg/ Dutch Country Region n Attractions n n n n n n n Adventure Sports in Hershey, Hershey – Go-karts, mini golf, batting cages, driving range and bumper boats. Info: 717.533.7479 Amish Farm & House, Lancaster – guided tours present the history and culture of the Amish. Info: 717.394.6185 Appalachian Trail, Cumberland and Perry Counties – hike the famous trail and experience nature’s beauty. Info: 1.800.995.0969 Carlisle Events, Carlisle – experience the famous Carlisle Car Shows with 10 collector car, truck and motorcycle events each year. Info: 717.243.7855 Central Market House, York – fill your baskets with the finest of foods! Info: 717.848.2243

Cherry Crest Farm, Ronks – experience the wonders of a 5-acre corn maize. Info: 717.687.6843 Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall – our nation’s early industrial heritage comes alive at this preserved ironmaking complex. Info: 717.272.9711 Dutch Wonderland® Family Amusement Park, Lancaster – amusement park for the whole family! Info: 1.866.386.2839 Fort Hunter Mansion and Park, Harrisburg – guided tours and educational seminars take you back in time. Info: 717.599.5751 Hershey Gardens, Hershey – A spectacular 23-acre botanical garden, complete with a Children’s Garden and Butterfly House. Info: 717.534.3492 HERSHEYPARK®, Hershey – with more than 60 rides and attractions, Hersheypark has something for the whole family! Info: 1.800.HERSHEY (437.7439) Indian Echo Caverns, Hummelstown – spectacular tours highlight the natural, breathtaking caverns. Info: 717.566.8131 Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse – enjoy these quaint shops built around their famous kitchen! Info: 1.800.732.3538 Penn National Race Course, Grantville – view live thoroughbred racing on a one-mile main course and turf racing on a seven-furlong course. Info: 717.469.2211 Outlet Shopping, all counties – great name brands and outlet prices! Info: Gettysburg, 1.800.337.5015, Hershey,

1.800.995.0969 or Lancaster, 1.800.PA.DUTCH (723.8824)

The National Civil War Museum®, Harrisburg – displays and authentic artifacts provide an unbiased history lesson. Info: 717.260.1861

Sight & Sound Theatres®, Strasburg – experience your favorite Bible stories as they come to life on stage. Info: 717.687.7800

The National Watch & Clock Museum®, Columbia – journey through centuries of timekeeping with handson learning. Info: 717.684.8261

Ski Roundtop, Lewisberry – enjoy skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing on 16 trails. Info: 717.432.9631 Strasburg Railroad, Strasburg – take a ride through pristine Lancaster County farmland on beautifully restored steampowered trains. Info: 717.687.7522 York Factory Tours, York County – experience the Factory Tour Capital of the World. Info: 1.888.858.YORK

The People’s Place, Intercourse – an educational and heritage center about the Amish and the Mennonites. Info: 1.800.828.8218 State Capitol/The State Museum and Planetarium, Harrisburg – explore the rich history of the Commonwealth. Info: 1.800.TOUR.N.PA(868.7672) U.S. Army War College, Carlisle – a tribute to the Army’s past and future. Info: 717.245.3131

n Museums n n n n n n n n n The Antique Automobile Club of America Museum, Hershey – elaborate displays present the history of our treasured automobile. Info: 717.566.7100 Explore & More Hands – On Children’s Museum, Gettysburg – children enjoy seven rooms filled with hands-on learning fun. Info: 717.337.9151 Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg – site of the major battle of the American Civil War and Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address. Info: 717.334.1124 Hands-on House Children’s Museum, Lancaster – interactive exhibits allow children and their parents to learn together. Info: 717.569.KIDS(5437)

Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg – IMAX® theater, exhibits, interactive, family science museum and more. Info: 717.214.ARTS n Festivals & Events n n n n 41st Annual PA RV & Camping Show, Hersheypark Entertainment and Resorts Complex – America’s Largest RV show. Over 1,200 RVs on display. Trade Days: September 14–15, 2009. Public Days: September 16-20, 2009. Info: 888.303.2887, Chambersfest, Chambersburg – annual Civil War festival, crafts, food, vendors and more. July. Info: 717.264.7101

Hershey Museum, Hershey – learn the history of this great town, and the man behind it. Info: 717.534.3439

Christmas in the Park, Richfield – Christmas crafts, horse and carriage rides, a visit from Santa and a live nativity. Saturday,

November 28, 2009. Dutch Days, Richfield – Enjoy an old-fashioned fair with crafts, rides, food and entertainment. July 22 – 25, 2009. www. Franklin County Fair, Chambersburg – Crafts, antique farm equipment, horse/ tractor pull. August. Info: 717.762.7793 Gettysburg Civil War Heritage Days, Gettysburg – living-history encampments, band concerts, 4th of July program, Civil War lecture series and battle re-enactments. Last weekend in June and first week in July. Info: 717.334.6274 Kutztown Pennsylvania German Festival, Kutztown – experience a festival of the traditional Dutch. June/July. Info: 1.888.674.6136 Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show, Mount Gretna – artists, food, entertainment! August 15 – 16, 2009. Info: 717.964.3270, Pennsylvania Farm Show, Harrisburg – a full week of everything farming: food, competitions, livestock, equipment, rodeos and more. January. Info: 717.787.5373 Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, Cornwall – festival of food, crafts, games and more! August through October. Info: 717.665.7021 Perry County Fair, Newport – Enjoy an old-fashioned fair at its finest. August. Info: 717.567.7023 The York Fair, York Fairgrounds – America’s First Fair! From rides and games to agriculture judging and tasteful foods. September. Info: 717.848.259

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Imagine visiting a place where you’ll be surrounded with both urban and rural delights.

Eastern PA

Whether it’s a breathtaking view from a skyscraper or from a majestic mountaintop, Eastern PA has it all! Including the Pocono/ ©Zack Frank/Shutterstock

Endless Mountains and Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley, this region


invites you to discover its beauty, history and endless activity. Breathe in the mountain air as you ski down a blanket of freshly fallen snow. When spring arrives, the fun continues with hiking, biking, backpacking trails and


loads of outdoor fun. Cool things off with a whitewater adventure down the Lehigh River Gorge. Then things start to heat up when you visit Philadelphia, offering you brotherly love, the vibrant city nightlife, numerous ©Nelson Sirlin/Shutterstock

Pocono Mountains/ Endless Mountains n Attractions n n n n n n n Big Diamond Raceway, Minersville – racing every Friday, April through Labor Day. Modified, sportsman and roadrunners. Info: 570.544.1410 Blue Mountain Ski Area, Palmerton – skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing. Info: 610.826.7700 Bushkill Falls, Bushkills – waterfalls, fudge kitchen, mini-golf, paddleboats, shopping and more! Info: 570.588.6682 Camelbeach Waterpark and Camelback Ski Area, Tannersville – ten waterslides, wave pool, Adventure River, family activity areas; skiing and snowtubing. Info: 570.629.1661 Carousel Water & Fun Park, Beach Lake – waterslides, go-karts, bumper-boats and more! Info: 570.729.7532 Carriage Barn Antiques, Clarks Summit – large, three-story Pennsylvania Hill-Barn with over 6,000 square feet of displays in room-like settings. Info: 570.587.5405 Claws ‘N’ Paws Wild Animal Park, Lake Ariel – exotic animals, shows, petting area and Dino Dig. May-October. Info: 570.698.6154 Costa’s Family Fun Park at Lake Wallenpaupack, Hawley – go-karts,


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historic sites and of course, hot delicious cheesesteaks. Every day is a vacation when you travel to Eastern PA!

mini-golf, batting cage stadium, golf driving range. Info: 570.226.8585 Country Junction “World’s Largest General Store,” Lehighton – lamp-lit streets, theater, petting farm, old-fashioned fun. Info: 610.377.8400 Crossings Factory Stores, Tannersville – more than 100 big name factory stores. Save up to 75 percent. Info: 570.629.4650 The Downs at Pocono, WilkesBarre – get into the action of live harness racing. Info: 570.825.6681 Adventure Center at Whitewater Challengers, Weatherly – Get out and play at this exciting, fun-filled adventure center. GO whitewater rafting, learn kayaking, enjoy rails-to-trails bicycling, have a picnic or take a hike. Info: 570.443.9532 Elk Mountain Ski Resort, Union Dale – skiing, snowboarding. Info: 570.679.4400 Endless Mountains Sled Dog Races, Estella – annual event where teams compete against each other in 25 or 50-mile races. Info: 570.924.3458 Free Petting Farm at Country Junction, Lehighton – pet and feed your favorite farm animal. Info: 610.377.8400


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Lehigh Rafting Rentals Inc., White Haven – spring and fall whitewater rafting and family-oriented summer rafting. Info: 1.800.291.7238 Pocono Adventure Riding Stable, Mount Pocono – 45-minute trail rides and two- and four-hour adventure rides all year. Info: 570.839.6333 Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area, Bushkill – multiuse park that surrounds 40 miles of the Delaware River. Info: 570.588.2452 Eckley Miner’s Village, Weatherly – 19th century village depicting life in an anthracite patchtown. Info: 570.636.2070 Jack Frost & Big Boulder ski areas, Blakeslee – snowboarding, snowmobiling, tree and glade skiing. Info: 1.800.468.2442 Kittatinny Canoes & Rafts, Dingman’s Ferry – canoeing, rafting, tubing and camping. Info: 1.800.FLOAT.KC(356.2852) Lackawanna Coal Mining Tour, Scranton – journey 300 feet beneath the earth and experience real coal mining conditions. Info: 570.963.6463 The Mall at Steamtown, Scranton – two-level mall with specialty shops, dining. Info: 570.343.3400 Montage Mountain Ski Resort,

Scranton – enjoy skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing on 22 trails. Info: 570.969.7669 Pennsylvania Route 6, Northeastern, PA – take the charming, scenic drive across Pennsylvania’s Northern Tier. Info: 1.87.PAROUTE6(72-768-836) Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine, Ashland – Take a trip 1,800 feet straight into Mahoney Mountain, touring a real coal mine while riding in open mine cars. Info: 570.875.3850 Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond – hosts two NASCAR Winston Cup races, an SCCA National, and a number of SCCA Regionals. Info: 1.800. RACEWAY(722.3929) Pocono Whitewater Adventures, Jim Thorpe – Lehigh River Gorge rafting, biking and skirmish. Info: 1.800. WHITEWATER(944.8392) Ricketts Glen State Park, Benton – waterfalls, lake, hiking, swimming, fishing, camping and cabins. Info: 570.477.5675 Scranton Iron Furnaces, Scranton – constructed in 1848, the furnaces represent the industrial origin of Scranton and Northeast PA. Info: 570.963.4804 Shawnee Mountain Ski Area

& Water Park, Shawnee-onDelaware – winter fun with skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing; summer fun with waterslides. Info: 570.421.7231 Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion, Honesdale – 50-mile scenic round trip, train robbery, fall foliage and holiday excursions. Info: 570.253.1960 Walker’s Tree Farm & Pumpkin Patch, Lehighton – come see October’s pumpkin patch and December’s Christmas fun weekends. Info: 610.377.1829 Yuengling Brewery Museum & Gift Shop, Pottsville – the oldest brewery in the U.S. Experience the story of five generations striving to brew premier beers. Info: 570.622.4141 n Museums n n n n n n n n n Bradford Basket Co., Roaring Branch – tour this handmade maple basket factory. Info: 1.800.673.3010 Bradford County Farm Museum, Troy – housed in a recreated barn, features a large collection of farm antiques that tell the story of rural life. Info: 570.297.3410 Dutot School and Museum, Delaware Water Gap – museum of local history and fine art gallery, May-October. Info: 570.421.5809 Electric City Trolley Station & Museum, Scranton – antique trolley cars, interactive exhibits and children’s gallery. Info: 570.963.6590 Houdini Tour and Magic Show, Scranton – amazing stage magic, tour of museum and interactive performances. Info: 570.342.5555 Jewish Museum of Eastern Pennsylvania, Pottsville – featuring Biblical garden, traveling exhibits and permanent exhibits. Info: 570.622.5890 The Old Jail Museum, Jim Thorpe – tour a jail house that was originally built in 1871; 45-minute long tours every 20 minutes. Info: 570.325.5259 Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum, Scranton – discover the people who came to work in the mines, mills and factories of Northeast PA. Info: 570.963.4804 Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton – history and technology museum, steam locomotives, guided tours. Info: 570.340.5200 Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, Stroudsburg – experience Pennsylvania Dutch life as it was conducted in the 19th century. Info: 570.992.6161 n Festivals & Events n n n n Endless Mountains Maple Festival, Troy Fairgrounds, Troy – Continuous pancake breakfast, maple syrup

demos, flea market, craft show, children’s activities including pedal tractor pull, April. 570.673.8871 Great Tastes of Pennsylvania Wine and Food Festival, Lake Harmony – music, wine, food and educational seminars. June. 570.722.9111 Pittston Tomato Festival, Pittston – live entertainment, parade, 5K run, food vendors, tomato fights and more! August. Info: 570.655.1424 Pocono Balloon Festival, Shawnee-on-Delaware – live entertainment, food vendors, balloon flights and more! October. Info: 1.800.SHAWNEE(742.9633) Laurel Festival – Arts and crafts on the Green in Wellsboro. June. Info. 570.724.1926

Philadelphia and its Countryside / Lehigh Valley n Attractions n n n n n n n Brandywine Battlefield, River Museum and Wine Trail, Chadds Ford – visit and tour the headquarters of Washington during the Battle of Brandywine in 1777. Info: 610.459.3342 Bucks County River Country, Point Pleasant – world’s river tubing capital and river adventures; canoeing, kayaking and rafting. Info: 215.297.5000 The Crayola FACTORY® at Two Rivers Landing, Easton – crayon and marker manufacturing demonstrations, activities for all. Info: 610.515.8000 Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, Allentown – nearly 100 rides, slides and attractions await at this family fun park! Info: 610.395.3724 Game Preserve, Schnecksville – 1,200-acre zoo, wildlife and nature education programs, picnicking and hiking. Info: 610.799.4171 Ghost Tour of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County – explore haunts of historic Old City by candlelight! Info: 215.413.1997 Herr’s Snack Factory Tour, Nottingham – sample tasty snacks, fresh and warm from the ovens, free guided tours, gift shop. Info: 610.932.9330 Historic Bartram’s Garden, Philadelphia – educational programs include cider making and colonial food preparation. Info: 215.729.5281 Historic Bethlehem, Bethlehem – enjoy guided tours of museums and exhibits. Info: 610.882.0450 Historic Rittenhouse Town, Philadelphia – historic tours of North America’s first paper mill with workshops and Colonial German Cooking. Info: 215.438.5711

Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia – often referred to as the birthplace of our nation, visitors can see the Liberty Bell, City Hall, the Betsy Ross House and Independence Hall. Info: 215.965.7676 Keswick Theatre, Glenside – a renovated vaudeville house featuring top national stars and entertainers. Info: 215.572.7650 King of Prussia Mall, King of Prussia – eight department stores, more than 360 shops, 40 restaurants. Tours available. Info: 610.265.5727 Lehigh Valley Wine Trail, Lehigh County – eight family-owned wineries; award-winning wines and picturesque settings. Info: 1.866.870.7800 Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square – 1,050 acres of stunning indoor and outdoor gardens. Thousands of plants, roses, orchids, festivals and holiday displays. Info: 610.388.1000

on display. Fun for the entire family. Info: 610.436.9600 The Franklin Institute Science Museum, Philadelphia – hands-on approach to science and technology. Info: 215.448.1200 Goschenhoppen Folklife Museum, Green Lane – set in Goschenhoppen, one of the oldest continuously existing PA German communities in America, the museum houses exhibits and examples of 18th century immigrant living. Info: 610.367.8286 James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown – historic site with finest collection of Pennsylvania impressionists; sculptured gardens. Info: 215.340.9800 Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia – more than 40,000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, period furniture and historic rooms. Info: 215.684.7500

Lost River Caverns, Hellertown – magical underground waterway; guided walking tours through beautiful crystal formations. Info: 610.838.8767

Please Touch Museum®, Philadelphia – hands-on museum for children ages one to seven where adults and children can learn and explore together. Info: 215.963.0667

Mill Grove Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary, Audubon – national historic landmark and museum with gift shop. Info: 610.666.5593

Museum of Indian Culture, Allentown – experience Pennsylvania’s first culture from the Lenape (Delaware) Indian’s perspective. Info: 610.797.2121

Morgan Log House, Kulpsville – restored 1700s log house and gardens. Info: 215.368.2480

n Festivals & Events n n n n 23rd Annual Valley Forge RV Show & Sale, Valley Forge Convention Center – February 7-10, 2008. Info 888.303.2887,

Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia – take a ride in the Channel 6 Zoo Balloon and see all of the exotic animals that make their home in this zoo. Info: 215.243.5272 Ride the Ducks, Philadelphia – the latest in land and water sightseeing fun. An amazing vehicle will take you on a tour of historic Philadelphia then splash into the Delaware River for a relaxing cruise. Info: 215.351.9989 Peddler’s Village, Lahaska – 75 unique specialty shops and restaurants, year-round events for the entire family. Info: 215.794.4000 Sesame Place, Langhorne – meet the Sesame characters and experience interactive rides, exhibits and shows. Info: 215.752.7070 QVC Studio Tour, West Chester – behind-the-screen tour of America’s fourth-largest television network. Info: 1.800.600.9900 n Museums n n n n n n n n n The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia – stroll among wild butterflies, pet a live snake and search for dinosaur bones. Info: 215.299.1000

Bethlehem Musikfest – a 10-day music extravaganza, featuring over 1,000 live musical performances by 300 performers, August. Info: 610.332.1300 Philadelphia Folk Festival – one of the nation’s oldest and most revered musical gatherings of traditional and contemporary folk dance, crafts, camping, and children’s activities. August. Info. 800.556.FOLK Goshenhoppen Folk Festival, East Greenville – preserves the Pennsylvania German folk culture through programs, lectures, and more than 500 skilled craftsmen. Enjoy live folk music, food and handmade crafts. August. Info: 610.367.8286 The Great Allentown Fair, Allentown – be a part of Pennsylvania’s most exciting agricultural and entertainment expo, August/September. Info: 610.435.SHOW Philadelphia Flower Show, Philadelphia – come to the largest indoor flower show in the world, March. Info: 215.988.8800

American Helicopter Museum, West Chester – more than 30 aircraft


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PA Visitor’s Bureaus

Western PA• • • • • • • Lake Erie Region

Crawford County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.332.2338 Web: Erie Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.524.3743 Web: Mercer County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.637.2370 Web: Oil Region Alliance Business, Industry & Tourism Venango County 1.800.483.6264 Web:

Allegheny National Forest Region Allegheny National Forest Vacation Bureau McKean County 1.800.473.9370 Web: Clearfield County Recreation & Tourism Authority 1.866.GO.WILDS Web: Northwest Pennsylvania’s Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau Cameron, Clarion, Elk, Forest, Jefferson counties 1.800.348.9393 Web: Potter County Visitors Association 1.888.POTTER2(768.8372) Web: Tioga County Visitors Bureau 1.888.TIOGA28(846.4228) Web: Warren County Visitors Bureau 1.800.624.7802 Web:

Pittsburgh Region Armstrong County Tourist Bureau 1.888.265.9954 Web: Beaver County Recreation & Tourism Department 1.800.342.8192 Web: Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau 1.866.856.8444 Web:


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Greater Pittsburgh Convention & Visitors Bureau Allegheny County 1.800.359.0758 Web: Lawrence County Tourist Promotion Agency 1.888.284.7599 Web: Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency 1.866.927.4969 Web:

Laurel Highlands/ Southern Alleghenies Allegheny Mountains Convention & Visitors Bureau Blair County 1.800.842.5866 Web: Bedford County Visitors Bureau 1.800.765.3331 Web: Fulton County Chamber of Commerce & Tourism 717.485.4064 Web: Johnstown and Cambria County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.237.8590 Web: Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency 724.627.8687 Web: Indiana County Tourist Bureau 724-463-7505 Web: Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Fayette, Somerset & Westmoreland Counties 1.800.333.5661 Web: Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau 1.888.RAYSTOWN Web:

Central PA • • • • • • • Valleys of the Susquehanna

Central Pennsylvania Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.358.5466 Web: Clinton County Economic Partnership 1.888.388.6991 Web:


Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau 1.800.847.4810 Web: Juniata River Valley Visitors Bureau Juniata & Mifflin Counties 1.877.568.9739 Web: Lycoming County Visitors Bureau 1.800.358.9900 Web: Susquehanna Valley Visitors Bureau Northumberland, Snyder & Union Counties

1.800.525.7320 Web:

Hershey/Gettysburg/ Dutch Country Region Cumberland County Visitors Bureau 717.240.6100 Web: Franklin County Visitors Bureau 717.709.7204 Web: Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau Adams County 1.800.337.5015 Web: Greater Reading Convention & Visitors Bureau Berks County 1.800.443.6610 Web: Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau Dauphin and Perry Counties 1.877.PA PULSE(727.8573) Web: Lebanon Valley Tourist Promotion Agency 717.222.1617 Web: Pennsylvania Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau Lancaster County 1.800.PA DUTCH(723.8824) Web: York County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.888.858.YORK(9675) Web:

Eastern PA • • • • • • • Pocono Mountains/ Endless Mountains

Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna & Wyoming Counties 1.800.769.8999 Web:

Luzerne County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.888.905.2872 Web: Lackawanna County Convention & Visitors Bureau 1.800.22WELCOME(9352663) Web: Pocono Mountains Vacation Bureau, Inc. Carbon, Monroe, Pike & Wayne Counties 1.800.POCONOS(762.6667) Web: Schuylkill County Visitors Bureau 1.800.765.7282 Web:

Philadelphia and its Countryside/Lehigh Valley Brandywine Conference & Visitors Bureau Delaware County 1.800.343.3983 Web: Bucks County Conference & Visitors Bureau 1.800.836.BUCKS(2825) Web: Chester County Conference & Visitors Bureau 1.800.228.9933 Web: Independence Visitor Center Philadelphia County 1.800.537.7676 Web: Lehigh Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau Lehigh & Northampton Counties 1.800.747.0561 Web: Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau 215.636.3300 Web: Valley Forge Convention & Visitors Bureau Montgomery County 610.834.1550 Web:

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Explore Pennsylvania | 2009  

Get the latest RV industry news, explore PA hotspots and read about tips on RV maintenance.