The Outback 298RE is ideally suited for the camping family that is looking for roominess and storage. This Keystone RV takes comfort and style to a whole new level. Vaulted barreled ceilings and upgraded furniture provide a roominess and sophistication unseen in other light weight trailers. The combination of solid ash interior doors with walnut and hazelnut cabinetry delivers the styling that campers have come to expect from Outback. Other things that come with this unit are:

Molded front fiberglass cap
Porcelain foot flush toilet
Tinted safety glass windows
Front and rear stabilizer jacks
Enclosed and heated underbelly
Outside speakers
Front power jack
Power patio awning

The Outback 298RE comes with a giant rear entertainment center with a pop-up LCD TV and overhead cabinets. The curb slide features two reclining chairs and the road slide features an air sofa sleeper and a simply massive 82-inch king dinette. The kitchen comes complete with a full suite of appliances and cabinet storage. Up front, there is a spacious side aisle bath with a neo-angled shower not typically seen in a travel trailer. There is also a spacious front master suite with queen bed, wardrobe slide, overhead cabinets and pass-through storage below. For more information about this Outback travel trailer contact Lakeshore RV, which offers financing and the best manufacture prices in the U.S. and Canada.

Great RV Tailgating Recipes

It is football time of year again and that means its tailgating season.

One of the great things about football is the tailgating. Rather than a simple sporting event, football becomes a day-long, or sometimes several-days-long, festival.

The best part is, it happens every week from early September to early December.

So gear up the RV, get your best tailgating recipes ready and let’s get ready for some Football RV tailgating.

Here are four great recipes that will help you throughout the season.

Grilled Sausage With Spicy Sauce

Keep it simple with this easy to prepare recipe that includes the following ingredients:

• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
• 2 pounds good-quality kielbasa or other smoked sausage, cut into bite-size pieces
• 3/4 cup ketchup
• 3/4 cup spicy brown mustard
• 1 tablespoon hot sauce

Directions: Soak 8 to 10 wooden skewers in water for about 20 minutes. Preheat a grill to medium and brush with the oil. Thread the sausage onto the skewers, leaving space between each piece. Grill until slightly crisp, 3 to 4 minutes per side. Mix the ketchup, mustard and hot sauce in a bowl. Serve with the sausage for dipping.

Slow Cooker Brisket Sandwiches

Ingredients needed for this recipe are:

2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 5-to-6-pound first-cut or flat-cut brisket, cut into 3 pieces
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
4 cloves garlic, smashed and peeled
1 12-ounce bottle stout beer
4 stalks celery, cut into large pieces
2/3 cup packed dark brown sugar
1/2 cup tomato paste
1/2 cup red wine vinegar
1/3 cup dijon mustard
1/3 cup soy sauce
2 bay leaves
1 teaspoon paprika
2 brioche or other rolls, split open and toasted

Directions: Heat the vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Season the brisket with salt and pepper, then brown on all sides, about 10 minutes, adding the garlic in the last 2 minutes. Transfer the meat and garlic to a 5-to-6-quart slow cooker. Pour the beer into the skillet and simmer 30 seconds, scraping up the browned bits from the pan; add the beer mixture to the slow cooker. Nestle the celery around the meat and add the brown sugar, tomato paste, vinegar, mustard, soy sauce, bay leaves and paprika. Stir, then cover and cook on low 8 hours or on high 6 hours. Transfer the meat to a cutting board and let rest 10 minutes, then thinly slice. Serve on brioche halves with coleslaw; drizzle with the cooking liquid.

Tex-Mex Cheesy Chicken Chowder

This tailgating recipe needs the following ingredients:

1 large onion, chopped (1 cup)
1 cup thinly sliced celery
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tablespoon cooking oil
1 1/2 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cut into bite-size pieces
2 14 – ounce can chicken broth
1 32 – ounce package frozen diced hash-brown potatoes
1 2.64 – ounce package country gravy mix
2 cups milk
1 8 – ounce package process cheese spread, cut into chunks
1 16 – ounce jar chunky salsa
1 4 – ounce can diced green chili peppers
Corn chips

Directions: In a 6-quart Dutch oven, cook and stir onion, celery, and garlic in hot oil over medium heat for 5 minutes or until onion is tender. Add chicken, broth, and potatoes. Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Simmer, covered, for 15 to 18 minutes or until chicken is done and potatoes are tender, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, dissolve gravy mix in milk. Stir milk mixture into soup mixture. Stir in cheese, salsa and green chilies; reduce heat to low. Cook and stir until cheese is melted. Serve with corn chips.

Hash Brown Ham Casserole

Make this recipe with the following ingredients:

1 16 – ounce carton dairy sour cream
1 10 3/4 – ounce can condensed cream of chicken soup
1 32 – ounce package frozen, loose-pack hash brown potatoes
2 cups cubed cooked ham
8 ounces cubed American cheese
1/4 cup chopped onion (optional)
2 cups crushed cornflakes
1/2 cup butter or margarine, melted
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (4 ounces)

Directions: In a large mixing bowl, combine the dairy sour cream and the condensed cream of chicken soup. Stir in the frozen potatoes, cubed ham, cubed American cheese, and chopped onion, if you like. Turn mixture into a 13x9x2-inch baking dish, spreading evenly. Combine cornflakes and the melted butter or margarine. Sprinkle over the potato mixture. Bake in a 350 degree F oven for 30 minutes. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese. Return to oven and bake for 20 to 25 minutes more or until bubbly around the edges and heated through.

Top Ten RVing Apps

Top Ten RVing Apps

With more people than ever utilizing their smart phones, you would be far-fetched to find someone that doesn’t know what an app is. Folks are always on the lookout for new and interesting apps, and this is especially true for those who enjoy RV travel. We have put together a list of the most useful and functional RV apps on the market that we’re sure you are going to love.

Top Ten RVing AppsGoogle Navigation/Maps (Free) Play Store
 | App Store Download the latest release of Google Maps, and never carry a paper map again. Get Google Maps with Navigation, Places, and Latitude. Navigation: Free, voice-guided GPS navigation system. Places: Find, rate, and get recommendations for places… everything from campgrounds to restaurants to gas stations to Walmart. Latitude: See friends on the map and check in at places. 

Top Ten RVing AppsPassport America (Free) 
Play Store
 | App Store Search 1,700+ campgrounds where Members save 50% off nightly camping rate! Since 1992, Passport America is the Original 50% Discount Camping Club with 1,700+ Participating Campgrounds, RV Parks, Resorts, etc. for our Members to save on nightly camp fees in North America. Our App Includes: Search/Browse campground locations, plus details such as rates, amenities, rentals, contact info, and more!

Top Ten RVing AppsGas Buddy (Free)
 Play Store
 | App Store GasBuddy helps you find the cheapest gas prices in your area. Find the cheapest gas on the go – for free! Gas prices for USA and Canada only. In one click, locate gas stations near you and see their current gas prices. Never overpay for gas again. For every gas price reported, you’ll earn points toward prize give-away entries. We give away a $250 gas gift card every week. Reporting gas prices is even more fun with awards! GasBuddy is a community of users working together to update gas prices – help everyone save on gas! 

Top Ten RVing AppsRV Checklist ($.99) Play Store
 | App Store 
RV Checklist is a tool that provides checklists for the RV owner. These task lists cover various phases of the RV adventure. Select your own items to build a unique list or use the maintenance master to-do to select tasks you need to accomplish next.

Top Ten RVing AppsSanidumps RV Dump Station ($2.51)
 Play Store
 | App Store When RVs have to go… we know where to go!TM Need to access Sanidumps.com for RV dump stations while on the road? This premium version displays step-by-step driving directions and allows for 20 favorites instead of 1. This version also displays GPS coordinates for each site. This is the official Sanidumps.com Android app while RVing. Sanidumps.com has the largest listing of RV dump stations on the internet and now you can access it while you are RVing anywhere, anytime. Note: There is a free version of this app available, but it is somewhat limited. 

Top Ten RVing AppsCamp and RV – Campgrounds Plus ($9.99) Play Store
 | App Store 
Try the #1 camping app 100% risk free. Pay once, free updates. The ultimate camping app that lets you find Campgrounds, RV Parks and related services with or without internet. Extensive map filters let you view only what you want to see on phones & tablets. 

Top Ten RVing AppsRV Owners Community (Free)
 Play Store
 | App Store iRV2.com is the leading online community for RV owners. The iPhone app allows you to access their forums on your iPhone so you can post questions from the road or campground, upload photos to let other RV enthusiasts know what you are up to. Stay connected with other travel trailer and motorhome owners and chat with industry experts. Get tips on trailering, towing, and maintenance for your motorhome, diesel pusher, or travel trailer as well as information about camping and campgrounds.

Top Ten RVing AppsWeatherBug (Free) Play Store
 | App Store 
Get the latest current conditions, forecast, weather alerts, radar and more! Access the largest network of professional weather stations in North America and thousands of locations around the world! WeatherBug brings the most accurate, reliable and timely weather information directly to your phone. Complete with Doppler radar, severe weather alerts, maps, forecasts and much more, WeatherBug is the most comprehensive weather app available. 

Top Ten RVing AppsKey Ring (Free) Play Store
 | App Store 
Save All Loyalty Cards to Your Phone Using the #1 Loyalty Card Mgmt App, Key Ring! Key Ring Features: Add all your loyalty/reward cards, tons of free coupons from the top retailers, supports 700 + programs, join new reward programs, barcode scanner, backup/restore and print cards, homescreen widget, grocery coupons for 29 chains(v 2.1 and above) and store locator, notes, community info, store info. 

Top Ten RVing AppsRV Pocket Reference ($1.99) App Store A wide variety about RVs and their systems including diagrams and images to show you how things work and what they look like. RV Pocket Reference also includes calculators that let you quickly and easily solve a variety of calculations.

What are some of your favorite RVing apps? Sound off in the comments below.

Choosing the Right RV

Choosing the Right RV
When shopping for a new RV, the goal to smart shopping is to determine the type of RV that best suits your needs and your budget.

Tip #1 Listen to advice from others with a cautious ear. In the RV world, everyone has spent a lot of money on their RVs, and we all believe that what we have is the best way to go. In most cases, we believe every word we are saying because we must justify our choice to ourselves.:)

Tip #2 Be cautious when getting advice from RVers who have only owned one type of RV. Lifetime fifth wheel owners can tell you what is great about fifth wheels, but if they have never owned a motorhome, be careful when they talk about motorhomes. The same goes for motorhome owners that have never owned a fifth wheel. In our opinion the best folks to talk to are the people that have owned both.

Tip #3 Just as the “intended use” of an RV is important to the buying decision whether it involves full-timing or not, the “intended use” in your plan to full-time is also important.

What’s the plan?

How long do you need the RV to last?

If you only plan to full-time for a short, finite, period, there is no need to spend the money for a rig constructed to last 20 to 30 years.However, if you plan to full-time 10 years or longer, I would recommend buying a rig that will last as long as possible.

If you have the money to get a new rig down the road, an RV constructed to last through several years of full timing will retain the best trade-in or resale value. If you won’t have the money to buy a better rig every few years, then consider spending the extra cash up front for quality – they don’t get cheaper.

Is your first full-timing RV a test model to see if you like the lifestyle?

It is understandable (and quite common) if you want to test out the full-timing lifestyle before you invest thousands of dollars in an RV for the long-term. If you still are not sure that full-timing is right for you, don’t let yourself be pressured into buying more than you need.
Many, many full-timers start out inexpensively at first. That approach lets them 1) test out the lifestyle, and 2) determine what features they want when they are ready to upgrade.

Do you want great resale value?

If you are starting out inexpensively or know you will be buying another RV within a few years, then resale or trade-in value may be important to you.

However, I recently read that Kelly Blue Book and NADA guides are not nearly as accurate for RVs as they are for cars and trucks. Obviously, there will be less data available, but because manufacturers are not consistent with their retail base pricing, apparently options may be mis-valued or double counted. So reliance solely on guides, may not be a good idea when researching resale values.

RVs with slideouts are known to have better resale values than those without. Typically, the more slideouts, the higher the price, but that’s not always the case.
Motorhomes with diesel engines also have better resale values that similar models with gasoline engines.

The point is to consider re-sale value and to learn what options increase the value of a rig.

Choosing the Right RV

What type of campgrounds will you frequent?

If you like being out in the woods and enjoy state parks and national parks, you may want to rethink that 40-footer you love so much.

So many of the campgrounds in the park systems were constructed 20, 30, 40, 50 years ago or more. They were not built with the monster RVs of today in mind. There are so many beautiful parks with campgrounds that can’t accomodate big rigs. We have run into several that people have told us are great places to stay only to find that we have no chance of getting in due to our size.

It’s another RV trade-off. Access to more campsites across the country or more living space? Again, you have to think about “intended use” and your priorities.

What percentage of your time will be spent on the road?

Yes, I know “All of it!”:) Well, what we mean by this question is how many miles you plan to travel a day when you are changing destinations and how often you plan to change campsites.

The answers may help you decide between a motorhome and a towable. Long drives and frequent moving seem to be more conducive to a motorhome. Shorter drives and longer stays favor towables.

Passengers get restless and want to be able to move around while riding on long journeys (not recommended, but this is one of the primary reasons people select motorhomes). Setting up and breaking camp seem to be a tad easier with a motorhome, so if you only plan to stay a few days at a time in campgrounds, you may want to opt for a motorhome. Also, if you are going to move a lot, the homey feeling of a fifth wheel or travel trailer may not be that important.

However, if you plan to only drive a couple hundred miles or less on each move and you intend to stay a week, two weeks, or a month in each location, you may like the feeling of living in something more akin to a house. Towables tend to have more of that feeling since there is no steering wheel or cockpit to remind you that you are in a vehicle, and there are more home-like floorplan options.

Consider your intended travel habits. Again, if your full-timing window is small, you may want to see as much as you can as quickly as you can. If you have years to full-time, remember that your trips will shorten and your stays will lengthen as time goes on.

Choosing the Right RV

Will you remain in a particular region most of the time?

What does that have to do with choosing an RV for full-timing? Well, it might have a lot to do with it.

If you are going to remain in relatively flat areas, you may not need that extra power in your motorhome or tow vehicle. Maybe you can save money by not buying that diesel engine. On the other hand, if you are going to frequent mountainous areas, you may want to spend more money on more power for safety, fuel efficiency, and engine longevity.

Say you are going to always stay in the deep south. Maybe you don’t need the extra insulation package and the ratings to 20 degrees below zero. Maybe you don’t need the double or triple pane windows (although they help keep the cool in when running the air, and they help keep noise out).
On the other hand, if you are going to frequent colder climates, you may want the insulation package upgrade if it’s available on the model you are thinking about. Also, you may need more closet or storage space for seasonal clothes.

Will you do your own maintenance?

If you can do your own handyman work and fix anything that doesn’t require major parts, you might consider saving a bundle of money by buying a used RV. There are unbelievable bargains out there if you look hard enough.

The best deals might require you to travel to another state where there are more low mileage vehicles due to population or climate, but don’t discount the value of such a trip. We have run into several full-timers that have even bought their rig sight unseen from several states away because they have found such good deals.

However, if you don’t know a wrench from a hammer like me, you might want to buy new and get as much warranty protection as humanly possible. Stuff goes wrong with new rigs, too. Don’t be naive and think that you will be maintenance free because you buy new.
A new rig may require less maintenance, but an RV warranty can save you a bundle in that first year or two. Also, manufacturers tend to, let’s say, show better manners toward the first owner of one of their products.

Before you buy new or used, research the manufacturer’s reputation. The really good ones don’t stick to the rules on warranty limitations strictly, and care more about satisfied customers. Find out if they handle second or third owners like they do original owners. Find out if they have extended warranty plans that are run by reputable warranty companies.

The point here is that folks that are able to identify and fix problems on their own have so many more options in purchasing a rig and saving money on repairs after warranties run out.

How much do you plan to park without hook-ups?

This also plays a part in rig selection. If you like to save money by staying places where you can use the features of your RV to do without hook-ups, then you will want to consider a few items.
How big are the holding tanks for fresh water, gray water, and black water? Do you need a generator? If you need a generator, what capacity do you need? Do you want solar panels? How much trouble and expense would it be to install solar panels? Maybe you should consider a rig that is already equipped for efficient boondocking.

Perhaps you want to be inconspicuous as a boondocker or you want to get into tight spaces to be closer to nature. Your rig size may play a part in addition to the features and options.

Choosing the Right RV

Do you plan to eat out a lot?

What’s that got to do with anything? Well, if you plan to eat out all the time and cook rarely, then you don’t need that big kitchen area with all the counter space. Just about any size kitchen will work.

However, if you need to cook a lot to save money or you just like to cook, then the kitchen configuration can be at the top of the priority list. Typically, towables will have many more options for maximum counter space, kitchen storage, and amenities.

Kitchen options alone were almost enough to sway us to a fifth wheel. We would have had to spend all of our measly net worth to buy a motorhome with the kitchen features we have now. :)

Do you plan to finance the purchase?

You might be thinking that whether or not to finance has nothing to do with a rig selection. But it very well might be a big factor.

First, you can finance a motorhome or a towable over terms almost as long as a foundation house. That creates more interest in the long run, but it keeps payments low. Where it gets tricky is if you want a towable and have to finance the tow vehicle, too.

You cannot finance a tow vehicle over a long term, and depending on what you choose, the tow vehicle may rival the cost of your towable RV. So financing a tow vehicle and RV of the same overall cost of a motorhome will result in higher monthly payments because of the short term on the tow vehicle.

So, if the lowest monthly payments are the goal and you have the same money to spend either way, financing a motorhome will result in lower payments. Keep in mind, however, if you finance a motorhome and have to also finance a vehicle to tow, it’s all pretty much a wash anyway.

What is your budget?

Yes, we finally got to this question. Your budget is probably the biggest factor in your selection of a full-timing rig.

So consider all of the above, but stick to your budget and pay cash if you can. You may have to buy used and researching rigs may become a part-time job, but chances are you can find exactly the features you are looking for within your budget range.

It’s quite a tightrope to walk. Spend as much as you can up front so you don’t have to spend later when finances are tight and prices are high. But don’t spend so much that you dilute your enjoyment of the lifestyle or shorten your time on the road financially.

We want you to join us out here for as long as possible with the least amount of worries possible!

8 Steps to RV Winterization

Winterizing Your RV Done in 8 Simple Steps

With summer coming to an end and fall approaching fast it’s never 8 Steps to Winterization too early to start thinking about winterizing your RV for these cold months to come.

Winterizing your RV simply means you have taken the necessary steps to protect your campers plumbing and water system from the potential damage caused by freezing water.

Winterization only costs a small amount, but pays off big time in the long run!

Step 1
Disconnect your outside water source. Do not drain the water heater until after you have filled your pipes with antifreeze.

Step 2
Bypass your water heater and any under-sick water systems.

Step 3
Open the petcock to drain as much water from your pipes as possible. Open water taps and flush the toilet to drain any and all water remaining in the system.

Step 4
After draining as much water as possible, we recommended a blow out plug be attached to the water intake fitting. Apply air pressure from an air compressor to drain the remaining water. Blowing out the remaining water is not required, but the remaining water will dilute your antifreeze. Close all faucets and petcock when complete.

Step 5
8 Steps to WinterizationYou can add antifreeze either from the inside using the water pump conversion kit or from the outside using a hand pump. Check your progress by opening up one faucet at a time, starting from the highest and working to the lowest point in the fresh water system. Begin with the kitchen faucet. Open the HOT side of the faucet only. Pump antifreeze until flow from the faucet becomes pink. This will indicate that all the water has been flushed from your system. Close the faucet. Repeat step on cold side. Continue to the next lower fixture. Usually the bathroom sink, then the shower and finally the toilet.

Step 6
We recommend at least 2 pints of antifreeze into all sink & shower drains. The icemaker, washing machine and external shower will also need to be winterized. Look for this information in your appliance manuals.

Step 7
Open the drain plug on the water heater and leave open.

Step 8
Last, leave antifreeze in lines until spring. Do not drain.

More of a visual learner? Check out our 2 ½ minute YouTube video.

8 Steps to Winterization

Other Winterization Tips

• Turn off completely, clean and dry inside and prop open door slightly
• Check condition of screening material underneath the refrigerator roof vent
• Turn off completely and clean and dry
Electrical systems
• Disconnect all batteries
• Fully charge if to be left in RV
• If batteries are to be left in RV disconnect negative cables for all batteries
120-Volt System
• Turn off breakers at distribution box
• Unplug any 120-volt devices

Miscellaneous Areas

• Clean and cover including air conditioner
• Check sealant around each
• Inspect rubber seals and keep slide-outs in retracted position and disarm system
• Place on jack or levelers to take weight off tires
• Clean and dry before retracting
• Inspect for any openings and cover if needed

Printable copy available here 8 Steps to Winterization
If you have any questions or concerns about winterizing your trailer feel free to call Lakeshore RV at (877) 743-8010.

Welcome to the New Lakeshore RV Website

Welcome to the New Lakeshore RV Website
Lakeshore RV has become the highest standard in purchasing RV’s! It was only fitting that we upgraded our website
to reflect that to our customers. Our main priorities are quality and customer satisfaction.

At Lakeshore RV we only offer the highest quality selection. Carrying 3 of the world’s top RV manufacturers, Keystone,
Heartland and Forest River. From there we have over 35 different brands including Big Country, Cougar, Cherokee and
many more. This wide variety of makes and models has created Lakeshore RV an ideal RV shopping hotspot for all RV lovers.

Lakeshore RV always puts the customer first! Simply signing up for our email list will put you in a group that is first
to know when exclusive offers are going on. We offer customization and upgrade packages for just about every model that
we carry. Need special financing? We work with some of the nations largest banks to help get you into your dream RV.
All you have to do is fill out one of our short credit applications.
Welcome to the New Lakeshore RV Website
Lakeshore’s phone number is always open to call, and we also have online chat rooms so you can ask questions there
as well. Do you know specifically what you want? We have brand specialist for every RV we offer, so if you have
a tough question, they’ll know it!

Our 24/7 contact number is 1-877-743-8010, or you can reach our brand specialist directly at their listed numbers.
Thank you for searching for your next RV with Lakeshore RV.

No Longer the RV Your Grandparents Once Knew . . .

We thought you might be interested in this upbeat post we came across for its attention-grabbing style that’s informative and entertaining. It is amazing what RV benefits exist that many people aren’t aware of. Enjoy this brief article and Share it if you like it!


New RV Benefits: Your RV Has That In it, too?
by RV Counselor

Re-printed from http://rvcounselor.com/rv-benefits/

The days of old-fashioned fabrics and dingy interiors have long since faded into glory days, in the world of RV’s.  No offense to Grandma and her flowery taste and budget but today’s recreational vehicles, both big and small, come equipped with the latest gadgetry and modern interior design choices including pendant lighting and stainless steel appliances — creating a wide range of RV benefits — not to mention insulation and construction options for every style and budget.

On that cool Florida evening when you think you’d never want for a fireplace – you might be surprised to learn you’d enjoy a warm fire inside of your RV more than you ever imagined you would. RV Recliner Chairs Fireplaces?  You bet; and many that are part of a floor-to-ceiling entertainment center.  And entertain, it does.  Surround sound stereo systems that even the most scrupulous of teenagers would be impressed by, with MP3/iPod ports, DVD players and Wi-Fi connection. Bluetooth built into the trailer?  You bet.

Gone are the days of clunky, box televisions so large they took up the space for Grandma’s favorite chair.  Today’s RV choices offer the latest HD, flat-screen TV’s, some boasting as big as 50 and 60 inches in the main living areas – and they occupy less room than the once amazing, Sony Trinitron.

Speaking of chairs, comfort recliners from proven brands like La-Z-Boy and FlexSteel?  Absolutely.  RV STAINLESS FULL REFRIG. So if your honey has to have his favorite chair he can wear out through the years, he can have his pick!  (Fortunately in most models there’s room for 2 recliners, designed  to save spousal arguments while traveling in your home on wheels)!

One of my personal favorite RV benefits is the choice of having a bathtub, in place of the pea-sized shower stall of folklore.  But who can fit in a tub the size of a bobbing apple tin can?  No – we’re talking bathtubs that fit in a home and one can actually lie down in while enjoying the overhead skylight and beautiful vanity.

So ladies – pack your favorite bath salts & yummy luxurious scrubs & lotions to soak in your RV tub or regenerate in a full size shower, after a long day outdoors.  And guys – prepare to relax in that cozy chair you can call all your own while sipping your favorite libation and watching the game on your crystal clear TV with surround sound speakers.

All the comforts of home?  Well almost.  The RV industry has come a long way in the past 15 years, working hard to bring you the latest RV benefits and advancements that meet your budget.   So what’s next?  To quote the words of an interior designer I know, she said, “It’s crazy!  How are we going to fit the swimming pool in one of these babies!”

Stay tuned … and never say never.

Don’t Overlook A Pre-Owned RV From Lakeshore RV

Don't Overlook A Pre-Owned RV From Lakeshore RV MontanaIf you are looking to purchase an RV then you might want to look at a used recreational vehicle from Lakeshore RV.

The biggest advantage you will find in buying a pre-owned RV is the price. You may be able to get more for your money. New RVs start depreciating once they leave the lot.

In fact, price creates the biggest difference between a used and a new RV. The price of a new recreational vehicle drops as soon as you drive it home and there is an additional fall in the next couple of years.

2012 Sunseeker 2250 Class C MotorhomeBy purchasing a used RV, you don’t have to worry about taking that financial hit, as someone has already taken it for you.

With pre-owned RV’s, maintenance concerns are not an issue either.

At Lakeshore RV our service techs carefully inspect each vehicle before they are put on the lot to ensure the very best in quality, performance, dependability and value.

Lakeshore RV is the dealership you can trust for high-quality used RVs from the nation’s leading manufacturers.

Choose a pre-owned RV from leading manufacturers like Forest River, Keystone and Heartland.

Lakeshore RV carries used toy haulers, fifth wheels, travel trailers, Motorhomes and tent trailers.

Montana, Bighorn and Passport are just three of the pre-owned brands Lakeshore RV carries.

2006 Mountaineer 326FKBS Front Kitchen Travel TrailerOne of the Montana pre-owned models is the 2010 3150RL.

This is a triple slide fifth wheel that comes with a rear living floor plan and is perfect for entertaining several guests.

The 2008 Bighorn 3600RE is another used fifth wheel that Lakeshore RV has in stock.

This particular Bighorn model comes with four slides and a large rear entertainment area.

If you are looking for a travel trailer that can sleep several people then the pre-owned 2011 Passport 2590BH is the model for you.

This bunkhouse travel trailer comes with a single slide and double bunks in the rear.

Take a look at these three pre-owned RV’s and many others we have in stock at Lakeshore RV and let is put you into a well-equipped pre-owned RV at a great price.

Call Mike at 231-730-3723 Today for more information on any of our pre-owned RV’s. Browse all the Used RV’s Today! at Lakeshore RV.

2013 Montana High Country 338DB Bunk House Fifth Wheel

2013 Montana High Country 338DB Bunk House Fifth WheelIf you are looking for more luxury with less weight in a recreation fifth wheel then check out the 2013 Montana High Country 338DB. This luxury fifth by Keystone RV uses Helium Technology which saves you 1300-2500 pounds compared to typically equipped fifth wheels, you not only reduce wear and tear on your vehicle. The 338DB is a bunkhouse fifth wheel that can easily sleep ten individuals.

The Montana High Country 338DB also comes with the following:

Three-burner range
Private toilet
Outdoor kitchen
Ceiling fan
Washer and dryer prep
Electric fireplace
Side-by-side refrigerator

2013 Montana High Country 338DB Bunk House Fifth Wheel Floor PlanThe Montana High Country 338DB utilizes advanced materials and manufacturing technology to reduce the weight while maintaining all the features, comforts, and luxury you expect in a Montana fifth wheel. The rear is home to a convenient exterior kitchen, and a large bunk house which features an entertainment center with bunk above, and a slide out housing an air mattress sofa with flip-up bunk above. The central area consists of a spacious residential style kitchen, coat closet, TV entertainment center, and a slide out housing a booth dinette and air-mattress hide-a-bed sofa. Up front you will find a pass through bathroom, dresser, washer/dryer ready closet, full height wardrobe, and a queen-sized bed slide out.

This popular fifth wheel can be purchased at Lakeshore RV, which offers financing, shipping and the lowest prices in the U.S. and Canada. Call 888-743-8278 Today!