Category: Entertaining Kids at Camp

How Many TV’s Do You Need In A Motorhome?

With large class A motor coaches today, bigger always appears better, as is more. Nothing mirrors this more than the televisions that can be found on most. One, or possibly two CRT TV’s were in demand fifteen or twenty years ago. Usually a 19” to 26” in the living room, with a 17” or so
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RVing and Biking: A Great Combination

Add bicycling to the list of fun activities for your next RV trip. Family bike rides give you and your traveling companions a chance to explore the area you’re visiting with the added perks of fresh air and exercise. But before setting off down the bike path, make sure you’re observing the following precautions. Helmet—Ensure the helmet fits the rider
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Carefree Communities Donates $25,000 to Disabled Vets

Carefree Communities’ Fourth Annual Carefree’s Got Talent (CGT) competition, March 24, raised $25,000 for Disabled American Veterans (DAV) . The finale drew nearly 2,000 competitors and attendees to watch to the Lakeland Center in Lakeland, Florida. The event featured 28 acts, and the winner received a $5,000 grand prize made possible by sponsors Jacobsen Homes and
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RV Entertainment Centers

RV entertainment centers, or more specifically, outdoor entertainment media centers, are found on many class “A” coaches.  They are located in one of the basement bays on the passenger side or within the sidewall about standing head height.  They are an option on most coaches costing anywhere from $1200 to $4000.  The more expensive sidewall
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