The 2018 Seattle RV Show is coming up February 8th – 11th at CenturyLink Field Event Center. This year's show has more of everything RVing with several new RV dealers and hundreds of RVs.

In addition to a great selection of RVs to fit any RV lifestyle, following are a few of the highlights you can expect at the show:

Seminars, Exhibitors, Interactive Displays All at the Show

  • The largest seminar line up in the history of the show with 25 unique seminars covering lifestyle, technical, trips and destinations. Full Time RVing is one of the new seminars on this year’s schedule which show attendees have been asking for!

  • The Ask the Technician exhibit has been expanded to include “Mods, Accessories and More!”. From service and maintenance questions to the latest and greatest gadgets for your RV, the knowledgeable staff at the Ask the Technician can point you in the right direction.

  • The Upgrade My RV exhibit where you will find RV accessories designed to make your RV experience more enjoyable, from deluxe RV furniture to advanced fifth wheel towing systems.

  • On the Concourse level of the show be sure to check out the RV related vendors, stroll through the Adventure Ready display, visit the Bring Your Toys Exhibit, try your hand at gold panning and enter to win a new Winnebago travel trailer. After all of that you may want to stop by the Beer & Wine Rest Area for a break or take your adult beverage with you to one of the seminar rooms also located on the Concourse.

Enter to Win a Winnebago Drop Trailer

Speaking of Winnebago, not only can you enter to win a brand new Winnebago travel trailer, but you can also step into the Winnebago Horizon motorhome which has been named “RV of the Year” by RV Business Magazine. The Horizon is a high-end Class A diesel motorhome featuring authentically different modernistic interiors. The Horizon’s ultra-contemporary interior features high-gloss laminates, radius doors, plenty of stainless steel and backlit translucent panels – the kind of look that Winnebago President and CEO Mike Happe said is more likely found “in a Manhattan condo or London flat.” Winnebago’s goal was to build a motorhome with a million-dollar look in something much more affordable and that was truly different than anything else on the market. After walking through the unit, we think you will agree that they succeeded. Another interesting fact is this new motorhome will be manufactured relatively close at the company’s new plant in Junction City, OR. Even USA Today took note of this award winning motorhome.

If you are considering a diesel pusher motorhome as your next RV, Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation will be displaying an XCL 450HP chassis with side-mount radiator at the show. This fully loaded industry-leading chassis is packed full of innovation and features including:

V-Ride, the RV market's first-ever single axle suspension rated at 24,000 lbs., UltraSteer, the first line of fully integrated and precision-tuned tag axles that eliminates tire scrub and offers a 17% reduction in curb-to-curb turning radius and OptiView – a powerful all-digital LCD instrument cluster with an easy-to-read interface and anti-glare display.

Looking for a Class B Van? Winnebago Industries heard you and has reserved their own space at the show featuring their entire line up of Class B vans. In their display in the East Hall they will be exhibiting the Era, Travato, Paseo and for the outdoor adventurer the new Revel.

Winnebago Class B Revel

Designed specifically for active outdoor enthusiasts, the all-new Winnebago® Revel takes a no-nonsense approach to adventure, with a straightforward design and function-driven features. Taking full advantage of the proven 4x4 Mercedes-Benz® Sprinter chassis, the Revel’s 3-liter turbo-diesel puts 325 lbs./ft. of torque through an on-demand 4WD system, complete with high/low range mode for added off-road capability, a standard 200-watt solar power system, diesel-powered heating, a dinette with a pull-up table that converts to additional sleeping space and many more innovative features and the result is the new Revel: quite simply the most off-road capable RV Winnebago has ever built. Click here to see the Revel being out to the test in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.

Winnebago Revel 2

Also of interest to the Class B enthusiast is the Free Bird Camper Van which is built on a Nissan NV200 cargo van chassis. The van can be converted from camper back to a cargo van in less than 5 minutes via an exclusive slide in slide out system. It also provides economic fuel mileage of 25 MPG!

See all of this and more at the Northwest’s largest indoor RV show in the State Of Washington, the 55th annual Seattle RV Show February 8th – 11th.


Dave Helgeson
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Dave Helgeson is the MHRV Show Director. He and his wife love to travel across the west in their RV. Dave writes about all things RVing but loves to share destinations and boondocking advice.

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