Canadian RV snowbirds face a daunting task with fall and winter approaching and the Canadian campground industry not being able to accommodate them.
The recent Canadian Virtual Open House Event and Northern Spirit event, put on in partnership with Coachmen RV, was necessitated by low Northern Spirit dealer inventory levels and the closure of the U.S./Canadian border to nonessential travel.
The election for the RVIA board of directors is starting next week, Sept. 8, 2020. The highest-level authority in the association’s overall organizational structure, the RVIA board of directors is responsible for setting and overseeing strategy and policies.
U.S. Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen and Deputy Chief Chris French will discuss the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act and what it means for the U.S. Forest Service and RVers who love to visit our national forests.
RVIA invites members of the RV industry to participate in a virtual town hall with the newly appointed Acting National Park Service Director Margaret Everson for a discussion on the what passage of the Great American Outdoors Act means for the National Park Service and the RVers who love to visit the parks.
Posting the highest July shipment numbers in four decades, the RV Industry Association’s monthly survey of manufacturers found that total RV shipments ended the month with 43,035 units, an increase of 53.5% from the 28,044 units shipped in July 2019.
The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), a nonprofit association for RV owners, entered into a partnership with Dynamax and Forest River Motorized to help “enhance the RV lifestyle” for owners of Berkshire, Georgetown, FR3, Sunseeker and Forester RVs.
The Outdoor Recreation Roundtable presented Deirdre “Dee” Hewitt with the National Park Service’s (NPS) 2020 Legends Award for outstanding work to improve outdoor recreation experiences and opportunities for the American people.