With the crisp bite of fall in the air, that means one thing here at All Seasons RV: snowbird trips! Time to get your rig ready for your big trip. We have the experienced service staff and products you need to prepare your rig for your trip.
Here are a few tips as you prepare to leave:
Wash and wax your RV: inspect seams and seals as you go.
From the roof: inspect the roof access ladder. Clean and condition the roof. Check the seals and vent covers. Remove the air conditioner cover and clean. Test TV antenna and solar panels.
Review your gear. Are your lawn chairs, rug, lights, BBQ, and fire pits all packed?
Clean windows and check hardware.
Check your tires for pressure, tread, and cracks. Check your brakes.
State Parks free day recognizes Veterans Day Nov. 11
State Parks free day recognizes Veterans Day Nov. 11
Don’t miss out on the next free day at any Washington state park on November 11. Fall is a great time to get outdoors and admire all the changing colors. Take a brisk hike, plan a camping trip, spend a day of fishing or go for a bike ride with friends. Washington’s state parks offer a variety of terrain and recreational opportunities for all your outdoor interests.
You can support your state parks by purchasing a Discover Pass, which gives you access to millions of acres of state recreation lands year round.
Learn more about the Discover Pass here: http://www.discoverpass.wa.gov/
Get Outside & Enjoy Washington... Any Month of the Year!
The fall leaves are gorgeous, but some of us snow bunnies are already planning for snow! Winter sport enthusiasts and families can spice up the cold months with a variety of snow activities sponsored by Washington State Parks’ Winter Recreation Program. The Evergreen State is “ever green” only in parts. The Olympic, Cascade, Blue, and Selkirk mountains provide great opportunities for all types of outdoor winter fun.
Cross-country and downhill skiing, skijoring, snowmobiling, dog sledding, snowshoeing, and tubing are available at a variety of locations across the state. In concert with federal agencies, private landowners, and other state agencies, Washington State Parks administers this program in seven national forests and blocks of state and private forest land. Five major highway passes, kept open to normal traffic in winter, [...]
Visit the experts at All Seasons RV for all your winterization needs
Blooming flowers have been replaced by fall leaves, and chilly nights are back. That means it’s time to think about winterizing your RV. Parking your RV for the winter requires some preventative measures to be sure it’s operating in peak condition next spring.
Wanting to get started yourself? You’ll want to visit our Parts Department for supplies:
Non-toxic RV antifreeze(The amount depends on the layout and length of your plumbing lines. Two to three gallons will normally do).
A water heater by-pass kit
A wand to clean out holding tanks.
A water pump converter kit, or tubing to connect to the inlet side of the water pump.
Basic hand tools to remove drain plugs.
Now you can being to winterize your RV water system to protect it from freezing, or schedule an appointment today and [...]
It's not too late for another adventure before fall weather hits!
Are you the last-minute type when it comes to vacation planning? It’s always best to reserve campsites as early as possible. This way you’re sure to get the spot you want. But if you’re more spontaneous or tend to wait until the last minute, you may still be able to find a campsite this summer.
Making your reservations online or by phone… Call 1-888-CAMP-OUT or 1-888-226-7688 or visit the State Parks reservation website to secure your spot!
Nighttime (ok… and daytime) temps are cooler, but don’t let that keep you inside! Autumn camping can be one of the most scenic times to get outside! Follow these tips to stay warm and dry while camping in the fall. Don’t forget to prep! Find a campsite with great fall recreation. Pumping harvest, hiking, whatever it is your heart desires! Some campsites prices are even reduced in the fall, often after Labor Day. Don’t forget to check the weather, and plan accordingly. Pack extra blankets, or if you’re tent camping, be sure you have a cold-weather sleeping bag and watertight tent. Test your outdoor gear to be sure it’s functioning properly and is up to withstanding cooler and wetter conditions. Bring extra layers, packing water-resistant clothing including wool, fleece, and high-tech wicking materials. Don’t forget your hat and mittens! If you plan to hike, make sure your backpack [...]
Check out these great tips and tricks for cooking in your RV!
It’s no secret that we love camping. But sometimes meal prep can be daunting over a campfire, or in a small kitchen. Follow these RV meal prep tips to save time, patience, and get you back to enjoying your trip!
1. Tie it down! Don’t forget that things stashed in your RV will take every hairpin turn you do. Anything not secured in a cabinet should be stored in a bin and tied down. Avoid bringing grocery bags that will slip and slide you’re on the road, and be sure to tie everything down! 2. Pack plastic Avoid those glass wine goblets you’ve been eyeing. They can easily fall out of your cabinet, get broken in your small sink, or get blown over by the wind outside. Choose instead lightweight plastic plates, bowls, and glassware. 3. Avoid high-risk perishables The beauty of RV camping [...]