Motorhomes, RV Travel Trailers & Fifth Wheels Not Just for Camping
Guest Author: MARVAC*
RVs aren't just for camping. Versatile recreational vehicles are the complement to any sport or hobby. From bike touring to exotic places, and tailgating with old friends, to hitting the slopes come winter, RVs have uses for every interest or hobby!
Bring your bicycle along on your next vacation. Bike touring with an RV has become a broadly popular activity. Bicycles can be mounted on the nose or tail of any RV to be readily accessible for touring and biking around popular hot spots.
As many avid RVers and auto racing fans know, NASCAR, the largest motor sport in the United States, can be best enjoyed with the company of their RVs. With refreshments handy and special parking in camping areas convenient to the track, NASCAR and RV fans are able to enjoy the best of both worlds. MARVAC has member campgrounds near the speedway including Rockey's Campground in Albion, Juniper Hills Campground in Brooklyn and Greenwood Acres Campground in Jackson.
RVs are the big ticket when it comes to game time. RVing takes tailgating to a whole new level. Tailgating in an RV has reached popular heights due to convenience and comfort. There is no need to worry about your ice melting, trying to find a clean restroom, or looking for a place to cook your meals. With an RV, everything is right within your reach!
Cold weather certainly does not mean the end of RVing fun. From snowmobiling and skiing to escaping Michigan's fickle winter, RVers are still able to enjoy their favorite winter activities, with plenty of storage for skis and poles. "Toy hauler" RVs allow storage for your snowmobile, sled or skis. After winter fun has been had, return to your thermally controlled RV with a hot cup of cocoa and enjoy the comfort and warmth that RVing has to offer... any day of the year!
The Michigan Association of Recreation Vehicles and Campgrounds (MARVAC) is a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging growth in the recreation vehicle and private campground industries while contributing to the quality of Michigan tourism. For more information, visit MARVAC's Web site.