Enjoy an Active Lifestyle
Redefine Tailgating. Take some friends to an outdoor concert or sporting event, and avoid traffic by hosting pre- and post-event tailgate parties. Cook up tasty delights on the built-in outdoor grill or in your on-board kitchen. Outdoor entertainment centers mean you can play everyone’s favorite tunes on your surround-sound stereo system or catch the pre-game show on your TV. If the weather’s bad, move the party indoors.
Discover Your Inner Explorer. Embark on a geocaching expedition and see what treasures or cache you can uncover. It’s a worldwide craze, following clues to treasure-hunting locations using GPS devices for guidance. Or join in an urban scavenger hunt. And after a long day of trekking and searching, your RV is an inviting base camp.
Go for the Checkered Flag. RV villages spring up in the infield of NASCAR tracks or around the perimeter on race day weekends. Hang out with fellow enthusiasts, fly your colors, take in the qualifiers and have the best seat in the house for the big race.
Bring the Toys. SURVs (sport utility RVs), or toy haulers as they’re called, combine the room for towing ATVs, dirt bikes, motorcycles, snowmobiles and such with the living quarters of an RV so you can head out to remote locations to enjoy a day of physical fun followed by an equally relaxing night.
Many pass-through basement storage areas are plenty large enough to accommodate a couple of bikes if you’re into mountain biking or touring. Some storage can even accommodate a small kayak or canoe if the water’s more your speed. And don’t forget how easy it is to stow the skis, boots and poles or snowshoeing equipment if the winter sports scene is more your speed.
Horsing Around. Horse Trailer Conversions make traveling to equestrian events easy and economical, whether it’s an afternoon horseback ride with one horse or a professional competition with more. Travel comfortably and save money by cooking your own meals and sleeping in your own bed instead of staying in a hotel. These conversions offers modern conveniences such as kitchens, bathrooms and entertainment areas, as well as comfortable stalls for each horse. On-board dressing rooms make preparing for competition or cleaning up after a full day’s trail ride effortless.
Drop a Line. If the winter’s sub-freezing temperatures make you dream of dropping a line in the ice, there’s an RV for that, too. Complete with heat, bathroom and comfortable bench seating, fish houses are a great way to stay sheltered from the cold and are easy to move on and off the ice with an ATV.
Video: “Mountain Playground”