Getting Started RVing

Chances are, you’ve seen an RV out on the road and wondered: What’s it like to own one?

What are they like on the inside? Can your whole family fit? Vogel Talks RVing has all those answers, and then some.

RVing is a lifestyle, a way of life. And we’ll help you get started.

Camping in a fifth wheel trailer at Alamo Lake State Park, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Camping in a fifth wheel trailer at Alamo Lake State Park, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Why RV? A life of adventure designed completely by you and for you. That’s why people RV. Maybe you should, too.

One of the best parts about RVing is taking the comforts of home wherever you go. From the bedroom to the bathroom to the kitchen to the entertainment center, all the familiar things you know and love are right there with you on your journey.

Off-the-grid doesn’t have to mean on-the-ground. There’s a reason even the smallest RVs include a bed. Because you should never have to sacrifice a good night’s sleep, even on the most rugged of adventures.

Many RVs include master bedrooms with queen- or king-size beds.

One Word: Hallelujah

Easily one of the most enjoyable comforts of RVing is the on-board restroom. Toilets, vanities, and showers with hot water will transform your camping and traveling experience. You might never look back.

Camping ith all the essentials and comforts at Ivy Acres RV Park near Greenville, South Carolina. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Camping with all the essentials and comforts at Ivy Acres RV Park near Greenville, South Carolina. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

From simple to luxurious.

Just the basics.

If you only need the essentials, you’re covered.

Clean and modern.

Many RVs include sleek vanities and showers.

Just like home.

Still others take bathrooms up a notch for the utmost in luxury.

Comfort. Food.

Today’s RVs are equipped with kitchens that might rival the one you have at home, with stone countertops, stainless appliances, ample storage, tile flooring, and easy cleanup.

Everything you need, plus some things you didn’t expect.

Hot and cold.

All the appliances you need, from ovens to stoves to refrigerators to coffee makers.

Camping in a classic Airstream with all the toys at Pleasant Harbor RV Resort, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Camping in a classic Airstream with all the toys at Pleasant Harbor RV Resort, Arizona © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Luxury in the galley. Stone countertops, solid wood cabinets, and stainless steel finishes.

Smart pantries. Make the best use of your space with pull-out pantries.

No one’s bored on board. Connecting with nature and the family doesn’t have to mean disconnecting from everything else. RVs have all the technology you’ve used to at home, from TVs to music systems, and all the ports and plug-ins you need.

Let technology enhance your trip. Screen time. Play music, watch TV and your favorite sports teams, and play video games.

Inside and out. Exterior entertainment centers lets you bring the party outside.

Charging. Charge your devices using built-in USB ports in the wall.

Storage. Go ahead and bring it.

You might be surprised at how much you can take with you, and how little you have to leave behind. RV storage is smart, efficient, and everywhere you look.

Every inch is thought out. Exterior compartments.

No matter where we go in our motorhome, that sense of independence is satisfying. We have our own facilities, from comfortable bed to a fridge full of our favorite foods. Pictured above Thousand Trails Colorado River Preserve, Texas © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

No matter where we go in our motorhome, that sense of independence is satisfying. We have our own facilities, from comfortable bed to a fridge full of our favorite foods. Pictured above Thousand Trails Colorado River Preserve, Texas © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Store your gear, tools, toys, and luggage.

Bedroom.

Under the bed, raised cabinets, and even closets.

Kitchen and bath.

Ample storage for supplies and food.

Worth Pondering…

No matter where we go in our motorhome, that sense of independence is satisfying. We have our own facilities, from comfortable bed to a fridge full of our favorite foods. We set the thermostat the way we like it and go to bed and get up in our usual routine.

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