Northwest RVing 

The Northwest RVing Blog site is hosted by MHRV (Manufactured Housing and Recreational Vehicle) Show Association. Each year, MHRV presents three important trade shows in the greater Seattle area to promote and display the RV Lifestyle. We are all about RVing and hope you will enjoy the many articles posted here about RVing in general and about our upcoming shows. 

Beautiful Quincy Lakes

Hiking and fishing continually rank as the number one and two activities enjoyed by RVers. This week we will look at Washington’s 15,266-acre Quincy Lakes Columbia Basin Wildlife Area. The area features a dozen named lakes, hiking trails, stunning scenery and best of all free* dispersed camping!

Some of the lakes have direct vehicle access with boat ramps, while you have to hike into others. Species of fish vary depending on the lake with opportunities to catch Bass, Walleye, Black Crappie, Yellow Perch, Trout, Carp, Blue Gill and Tiger Musky. Larger lakes include:

A couple of months back, we took a back-country adventure to the Smuggler Mine camp near Sheridan Montana. As promised in that entry, following is another historical place to explore Montana’s mining past complete with conventional places to camp and a few nice boondocking locations for those that truly enjoy the back country.

2017 Puyallup RV Show

While browsing through the vacation homes, hundreds of RVs or sitting in on one of the 14 different seminar topics at the 2017 Puyallup RV Show, May 4-7, don’t forget to visit the over 40 booth vendors offering something most any RVer can use. Following is an overview of what the booth vendors have to offer:

Looking to shelter your RV from the elements? There are three booth vendors ready to meet your needs from carports to full sized RV garages. Cover Your Toys booth 18, Alpha Steel Buildings booth 31 and Carports 4 Less booth 41.

New RV First Trip

Congratulations; you did your research, attended an RV show (or two) and purchased your first RV!  Now it's time to prepare for the maiden voyage.

Following are some tips to help make that first trip in your new RV a success:

Practice Driving:

Regardless if your choice of RV is a motorhome or travel trailer towed behind the family SUV, you need to practice driving and maneuvering your rig.

Puyallup Seminars

Are you looking to join the thousands of other Northwest families that have discovered RVing? Do you feel intimidated by your lack of knowledge and have no idea on where to start your search concerning the RV lifestyle? Look no further than the upcoming Puyallup RV Show where you can gather a wealth of RV knowledge in a welcoming environment from industry experts ready to answer any and all questions you might have.

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