5 Midwest Travel Gems

midwestOwning an RV is the greatest way to explore all of the natural beauty, unique architecture and diverse culture that exists throughout this magnificent world of ours. It’s a freedom unlike anything other, providing you and your loved ones with countless opportunities for learning and growth.

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GoNewmar.com – A New Social Sharing Site Just for RVers

GoNewmar_logoAt Newmar, we not only love building world-class RVs, we love the RV lifestyle. Countless Newmar employees – including Newmar President Matt Miller – enjoy covering thousands of miles in their own coaches each and every year. And while it can be a lot of fun to travel from coast to coast with little more than a map, the rise of the internet has made it possible to enhance just about any journey using reviews, photos and other tips and tricks shared by fellow RVers.

Unfortunately, we struggled to find websites where RV travelers can interact and exchange photos and information safely and easily. As RV enthusiasts, we wanted to build an online destination where RV owners could join together and share their favorite destinations, from parks and landmarks to campgrounds and restaurants. So we decided to create GoNewmar.com, a user-friendly website designed for RVers, by RVers.

With GoNewmar.com not only can you share your open-road adventures with your fellow travelers, you can win great prizes at the same time!

 

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Guest Post – The Road Trip of a Lifetime

RTFAD-CoachinSunLast year, my wife Lynda and I began our journey as full-time RVers, driving from California to Colorado for a family reunion in our 39-foot Newmar Kountry Star diesel pusher.

Although we’d faced some challenges over the years, what ultimately led to this cross-country adventure was Lynda finding out she had breast cancer in 2006. At that point, our lives changed dramatically.

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5 Ways RVing Beats Flying

dv2074035_(1)If you love RVing, you’ve probably found yourself aboard a commercial jet at one time or another, thinking to yourself, “I sure wish I was 30,000 feet below, cruising down the highway in my motorhome.” If so, you’re not alone. Millions of people, including your friends at Newmar, would choose the freedom of the open road over a cramped airplane any day.

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