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Go Jump! on Bridge Day at New River Gorge

When you've got an RV, you have a second home that can take you anywhere. So go somewhere interesting; somewhere different. 

How about a getaway to the crossroads of scenic beauty and high adventure? Head to a secluded bridge, tucked away in the West Virginia hills, where people line up once a year to jump off. 

ADVENTURE

BASE jumpers throw themselves (or get catapulted) from the top of this 876-foot bridge to the New River Gorge below every third Saturday in October during Bridge Day.


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Is Bigger Really Better? These New Keystone Ultra Lites Will Blow You Away

Keystone’s Bullet, Bullet Premier and Passport ultra lite product lines are taking the market by storm. Loaded with comforts, easily towed, and providing first-class looks and elegance, it seems like everyone from young families to older couples are enjoying the freedom these ultra lites deliver.

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Passport Introduces Kicked Up Elite

Already a leader in Ultra Lite RVs, the Keystone’s new Passport Elite adds a greater dimension of space, comfort, and luxury to these easy-to-tow travel trailers. 

Ultra lites are hot.  More and more couples, families and modern day adventurers are looking for an RV camper that offers all the comforts of the larger RV in a size and weight that can be towed by the new more fuel efficient cars, trucks and SUVs.  After all, who says you can’t enjoy better fuel economy and still take it all with you? 

Since first introduced in 2006, the Passport line has grown from six original floorplans to currently over 23 including the Elite models.  

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Avoid these 10 Common RV Service Mishaps and Make Your Camping Trip Picture Perfect.!

With over 600,00 RVs on the road today, you can bet Keystone RV Company service advisers and Keystone dealers have literally seen it all. In a recent polling of "preventible service mishaps" here is what they selected at the Top 10.

#10  “Rookie mistakes”—like forgetting to retract the entrance steps, slide room, patio awning or TV antenna before pulling out of a campsite.

#9  Not showing your holding tanks some love—This is not a pretty picture, I know, but a little attention here can avoid some unpleasant problems down the road like foul odors and false tank readings.  Use the appropriate tank chemicals and flush your tanks frequently. Let your black tank get about 2/3 full before emptying, then flush with plenty of clean water before putting it back in service.

#8  Failure to level your coach when camped—this is so simple sometimes we forget to do it.  Without a level coach your RV refrigerator not cooling properly and...

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Eight Ways to Beat the Heat

Eight ways to beat the heat.
The Dog Days of Summer are upon us and so is the extreme heat.  Give your RV’s air conditioner every advantage by following these eight simple steps—
1.     Maximize “passive solar” and camp in the shade when possible.  Simply parking under a tree will lower the interior temperature of your RV by several degrees and help your AC and your RV refrigerator run more efficiently.
2.    Extend your patio awning and window awnings, if you have them, and lower day/nights shade or blinds to keep the sun out and the cool in.
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