Beginning on Monday, September 22, 2008, the banks of the Arkansas River in North Little Rock, Arkansas, temporarily became the most populated campground in the state as more than 900 motorhomes began assembling for the “Rally at the Rock,” the Six-State Rally Association’s 35th anniversary gathering.
“Stoppin’ Spots” is an invaluable listing of FMCA members who offer assistance and hospitality to fellow members who are on the road in their areas. The “Stoppin’ Spots” directory is included in the January 2009 issue of Family Motor Coaching magazine and is available at FMCA.com.
The following is a directory of public sanitation facilities, or dump stations, located throughout the United States. Dump stations at privately operated campgrounds are not included. Check your favorite campground directory for details about those facilities.
In May 2000, while widening a road, a Tennessee highway crew hit pay dirt. The ground they turned over had a peculiarly dark color the men had never seen before. Scientists were called in, and what they uncovered was so important the highway crew did not dig there again.
From the moment I was given the assignment to review the Era motorhome — Winnebago Industries' new full-featured Type B built on the Dodge Sprinter chassis — I eagerly awaited word about the availability of a test unit. The wait ended this past September when my wife and I took delivery …
During the past several years, Chariot Vans Inc., dba Chariot, has embarked on a carefully planned journey into the RV market. Seeking its own market niche, this manufacturer has committed to producing high-end luxury motor coaches and garage coaches using Freightliner Class 8 truck chassis.