Top 5 Reasons to Winterize Your RV

Winter is coming… It’s an important phrase in HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’, but also when it comes to RV maintenance! If you don’t properly winterize now, you may come to regret it once spring rolls around. Instead of getting on the road quickly for your vacation, you’ll have to spend precious time getting everything back in working order. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Keep on reading for five reasons why winterizing your RV is so important! Water Lines When water freezes and turns into ice, it expands - science 101! If you leave water in the pipes of your RV during winter and it freezes, you could be looking at big trouble, . . . Read more

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A cost effective way to enter the RV lifestyle.

  Buying a used RV can be a cost-efficient way to enjoy the RV lifestyle within a budget that works for you! But purchasing a used RV can come with its own unique set of challenges, like gauging the extent of everyday wear and tear, detecting malfunctions, and identifying damage sustained by previous owners. So if you're looking to buy a pre-owned RV, be sure you're satisfied with your selection .   You can be confident that Triangle RV inspects each used RV that comes on our lot. It doesn’t leave here until it goes into our shop for a full safety inspection that includes propane, electrical and plumbing systems. Your propane tank will be certified and filled, . . . Read more

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Fall Camping 101

Just because fall is here doesn’t mean that weekends spent camping has to end, especially in Texas. There is still plenty to enjoy outdoors as summer comes to an end.  Here is your quick guide to fall camping. Fall Camping Activities Autumn is a favorite time of year for many; the weather is cooler, the leaves begin to change on the tress, and attractions and campgrounds tend to be less crowded.  Some fun fall activities to check out in East Texas include fall festivals, challenging hikes, and scenic fall foliage drives.  Fall Camping in Texas means cooler temperatures during the day and much cooler temperatures in the evening.  You’ll need to make sure you pack . . . Read more

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The Versatility of the Mid bunk Fifth Wheel

What is a Mid Bunk? Perhaps the most versatile floor plan to come out in the last several decades is the mid-bunk fifth wheel. Several manufacturers offer a mid-bunk, and most share similar features. The bunk room is in the middle of the coach, as opposed to the more common rear location... which is probably where the clever "mid bunk" name came from! Usually, there is a loft with a bed located above the bunk room, but if this area is not needed for sleeping room it makes an excellent attic storage area. Unlike a typical bunkhouse, the mid bunk room usually features a small sofa that folds down into a bed, and sometimes a bunk over the sofa. Across from the sofa you will find a TV and desk, making . . . Read more

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Fall Guide to Yellowstone National Park

With the leaves turning in yellow, orange, and red; we can guarantee that you will find lots of beautiful scenery in Yellowstone this time of year. The weather is perfect, the hiking is amazing, and the wildlife is out and about. Here are some of the things we found in Yellowstone that we think are unforgettable. You are bound to see elk, bear, bighorn, moose, and maybe even an Eagle or two. Speaking of wildlife this is also an awesome place to fish during the Fall. You will find some of the largest brown trout in the area during this time of year. Yellowstone is also a great place to hike and bike. There are a lot of trails for you to take. You will always be able to find a private . . . Read more

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Visit Leelanau State Park This Fall

Leelanau State Park is a great place to visit during the Fall. Leelanau means land of delight and it stays true to it's name. The trees at this time are changing colors, the weather is nice, and there are plenty of activities to do! Whether you just want to walk around on the coast, view a little of history, or wade in the lake; there is plenty of things to do for people of all ages. We highly recommend this park for anyone who loves a little bit of Michigan history. There is a lighthouse located at the edge of the park on the coast of Lake Michigan. This lighthouse was built in 1852 and had been completely restored in the 1920s and 1930s. They have a nice gift shop for any souvenirs and are . . . Read more

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Why Pop-Up Campers Are On The Up-Swing

Pop up campers have always been a solid choice for anyone and are becoming more and more popular (for good reason). We have always been fans of pop up campers. We recommend them for new comers and veterans of RV camping. They are a great low maintenance option that is perfect for couples or families. Here are some of our top reasons why you should look at a pop up camper: Versatility. Pop up campers come in all different designs, shapes, and sizes. They can be used to sleep a large family or a couple. Pop ups can be used as a base of operations wherever you are in any climate. Great for small families. Pop up campers usually provide 2 mattress spots. Making it perfect for a family with a few . . . Read more

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Top Reasons to Visit the Smokies in the Fall

The Smoky Mountains are a beautiful place to visit any time of the year, but the fall is probably a favorite for many.  Here are the top reasons to visit the Smokies this fall. Fall Foliage There’s no doubt that people flock to the Smokies when fall foliage is at its peak. The beautiful hues of orange, yellow, and red that line the landscape are a sight to see set amongst the rolling hills of the mountain ranges.  Autumn foliage begins about mid-September and runs through early November in the lower to middle ranges of the mountains and weekends start to get busy about the beginning of October when colors are at their peak.  Scenic drives are the top activity in the Smokies . . . Read more

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