A new Rockwood Signature 8324SB has just arrived at All Seasons! This travel trailer has many outstanding features to enhance your camping experience. The open floor plan and generous storage space allows extra room for those extra things you want to bring along on your next trip. Sleeping on the comfortable bed, you’ll even forget you are in the great outdoors. The spacious interior and picturesque view through the many windows enable you to experience your surroundings in the comfort of your Signature travel trailer.
The Rockwood Signature 8324SB has many incredible features such as:
86″ Interior Height
13,500 BTU Ducted A/C w/ 50 AMP Service & Prepped for 2nd A/C
One of the positives to come out of the pandemic is an increased interest in the great outdoors. Outdoor gear and RV sales are booming, and many people are flocking to the state parks to camp for the first time. If you’re new to state park camping, read on for some helpful tips.
Reservations & Check-in
Reservations are an absolute must – hopefully you already got those secured! For popular destinations, you will want to make reservations as soon as they open. Check in procedures will vary by campground, but typically campsite check-in opens at 2:30pm and check-out is at 1pm. Early arrival is generally not encouraged. Staff and volunteers need time to clean and prepare your campsite. If you’re early, a discover pass will allow you to park in the [...]
Last year, Washington ranked in the top 5 for all states for boating fatalities. This is not a ranking we want to see repeated this summer! However, as temperatures skyrocket many head to the water for relief and refreshment. However, even when the temps skyrocket past 100, the water temperatures can remain quite frigid due to mountain run-off. In fact, many rivers will still have temps in the 40’s or 50’s (and sometimes colder!) right now. These temperatures can easily cause cold-water shock, which can lead to drowning.
Be Safe, Wear a Life Jacket
Even the most experienced boater and swimmer should wear a life jacket when out on the water. In particular, small craft such as kayaks, canoes and SUPs are the most vulnerable to capsizing suddenly. Sudden immersion in cold water [...]
You’re ready to move past the tent into greater comfort, but you don’t want to haul a massive trailer. The Rockwood Geo Pro has the floor plan you want in the size you need. These trailers are custom designed with the best in style and amenities while keeping your towing needs in mind. Modern, fresh interiors will almost make you forget you are in the great outdoors. Quality craftsmanship and attention to detail have been put into the Geo Pro travel trailers, all with you in mind. And several models are coming soon!
Rockwood Geo Pro 19FD
The Rockwood Geo Pro 19FD has a Murphy bed that creates all the space needed for a great couples coach. The windows beside the dinette are very [...]
You bought your RV because you wanted to be close to nature. However, there are some members of nature whom you would rather keep out of your home on wheels. With a few simple steps, you can protect your RV from an unwanted pest invasion. If you choose to ignore these steps, you will be ripe for some new house guests.
Mice LOVE campgrounds. There are many yummy incentives to keep them around. To keep them out of your RV, you are going to need to ensure they have no points of entry.
You will need to keep doors and windows closed at the campground. If you want them open for summer breezes, make sure you have installed screens with no gaps. A mouse only needs a dime sized hole to [...]
Many people enjoy taking their dogs or cats on the road with them. Fortunately, most RV parks and government campgrounds allow you to bring your pets (although some will require an extra charge for your pet). However, there are some guidelines and suggestions to follow to make sure you and your pet have a good trip – not to mention those sharing the campground with you. To ensure that pets continue to be allowed in campgrounds, it’s important to practice good pet etiquette.
Preparing to travel
When you are preparing to travel with your pet, there are a few things to get in order.
You will want to carry a valid rabies vaccination certificate with you. Many campgrounds require it. If you are traveling to Canada or [...]
Visit National Parks with your four-legged friends
Many of us love to bring our dogs along for our outdoor adventures. Many of the national parks allow your four-legged friends to travel with you. Not only that, but they encourage your dog to become a BARK ranger. BARK rangers are the best kind of visitors to national parks.
Becoming a BARK ranger
Becoming a BARK ranger is all about knowing how to behave in national parks. When bringing your dog along, always remember to BARK.
Bag your pets waste. Nobody following behind you wants to hike through your pets waste. Forget your bag? Most National Parks have them available to make sure they stay clean.
Always leash your pet. It doesn’t matter how well behaved your dog is, we all have our moments. For [...]
One positive result of the pandemic is an increase in RV travel. RVs – whether purchased or rented – are in high demand. With this increase in demand, there are multiple outlets from which you can rent your RV. These companies streamline the process, even providing insurance to give you peace of mind. If you’re considering renting out your RV, check out the top 5 pros.
Pro #1: Maintenance Motivation
A used RV is a maintained RV; an unused RV is often an un-maintained RV. If an RV sits in storage for a long time, pests can make their home, leaks can go unnoticed, and regular maintenance can be easily forgotten. However, if your RV is getting regular use you are more likely to [...]
2020 had its fair share of trial, but 2021 has a few trials reserved as well. One unpleasant one is an uncommonly bad tick season in north central Washington. If you’re preparing for late spring and early summer camping trips, it’s going to be imperative to know how to avoid ticks while camping.
#1: Dress correctly
Ticks can latch on to any exposed skin, so the goal is to cover as much skin as possible. Tuck your pant legs into your socks, and your shirt into your pants. Wear light colored clothing so ticks will be easily visible on your clothing. It is also wise to wear a hat – ticks love to burrow in along hairlines and on your scalp.
It is estimated that almost 50 million people will travel by RV this summer. As you plan for your trip and set your budget, you may want to consider investing in a new set of tires. There are many benefits to investing in a quality set of RV tires.
The Benefits of Quality Tires
If you invest in higher quality tires, there are several benefits:
Increased Safety: Your tires are directly correlated to your safety on the road. The tire tread and grip are critical for braking and adequate inflation helps you avoid a blowout. Once you invest in quality tires, you need to keep those tires serviced regularly for optimal safety while driving.
Greater Fuel Efficiency: All of us would like to save some money at the pump. Damaged or underinflated tires [...]