RVFTA #61: Six RV Picks for 2016

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RVFTA #61: Six RV Picks for 2016

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RVFTA #61: Six RV Picks for 2016

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about six of our favorite RV Picks for 2016. After touring hundreds of campers, pouring over brochures, and peppering manufacturers reps with questions, we decided on six RVs that stand out in the crowd.

From travel trailers to fifth wheels, Class C’s to Class A’s, we are covering a variety of types AND price points. Listen to see if any of these 2016 highlights peak your interest.

Six RV Picks for 2016 Infographic

Plus we will give our best tips for unpacking the RV after a camping trip. You asked, we answered. It may not be our favorite chore, but we have figured out a few things that make it a bit easier.

You might think it is the same ole same ole out there in RV land. But we here at RVFTA found some new features that could make a big difference. This is Episode #61: Six RV Picks for 2016!

Here links and floor plans for the models discussed in this episode:

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4 Comments

  1. Steven Akers

    Picking up the Imagine in a couple of hours. Would love an Airstream. Maybe I can sell my kids……….

    • RVFamilyTravelAtlas

      Wow, Steven! A new trailer is a pretty exciting event. We will refrain from commenting online regarding the merits of trading children for Airstreams…

  2. Misty

    Listening to your podcast now and just makes me dream of the day my husband and i have enough time to justify buying a motorhome. Right now we have a tiny Dutchman Eco Skamper and we love it. So do my 4 dogs. Huge benefit to this tiny thing is that we fit anywhere we want to go.

    • RVFamilyTravelAtlas

      Thanks for listening, Misty. We love those Skampers!!!! We feel the same way about size, and would never go bigger than our 32 foot trailer, simply because it would limit our traveling options. Those motorhomes have a lot going for them, though…:-)

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