Popular RV and boat maker Winnebago Industries has reported a $4.37 billion backlog as consumers continue to demand recreational outdoor vehicles, the company said in its 2022 second-quarter earnings report on March 23.
Shipments of towable units rose 22% in June to 45,689 units compared to last year, and motorhome sales finished the month at 5,017 units, an increase of 66% compared to last year. 300,267 RVs that were shipped from factories in the first half of the year also breaks the previous first half record of 272,840 that was set in 2018.
RESTON, Va. — The recreational vehicle continues to be a bright spot in the nation's economy. According to data from the RV Industry Association’s March 2021 survey of manufacturers, more RVs made their way to RV dealerships across North [...]
The RV Industry Association announced Monday that its Fall 2020 RV RoadSigns forecast prepared by ITR Economics, predicts wholesale shipments of RV in 2021 will grow to more than 500,000 units.
Living in RV can be very rewarding and fulfilling. It can also be trying and stressful. Recently, an article highlighting 14 "struggles" of RV living caught my eye so I thought I'd put my own spin on it. Here are 14 great things about Rving that no one ever told you about.
Each Province & Territory has it's own rules when it comes to camping in the age of Covid-19. Find out how each province is dealing with campers in Federal as well as Provincial and even Private campgrounds.
RV Dwellers in BC Rejoice! People who live full time in RV parks and campgrounds are considered tenants2020-05-19T15:37:28-07:00
The province of BC has updated its housing guidelines to clarify that recreational vehicles can count as permanent homes in an RV park or campground — and therefore those who live in them may be protected by provincial tenancy laws.
What does a lockdown during the pandemic look like? This drone video of Kelowna, BC shows us.
As part of the Government of Canada’s efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19, Parks Canada is encouraging Canadians to stay home and has suspended all visitor services and all visitor motor vehicle access to national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas, until further notice.
A charge has been laid against a man accused of setting up an illegal campsite in Banff National Park that led to a black bear raiding his food.