The RV Tradeshow at Florida Fairgrounds is by far the biggest and best event in the U.S to nab a new luxury RV (and an RV resort stay to bring it to of course.)
It’s $10 to get in, and being on the Fairgrounds, the tradeshow takes on a festive ambiance. Trollies, food stands, even jugglers and comedians! The RV Supershow is a great day-event to check out, even if you’re just browsing.
Among Florida’s many well-known and loved attractions, there are also some more unique gems. Apollo Beach’s quirky Manatee Viewing Center is one such place – it's been a favorite local secret for years, but is often overlooked by those just passing through.
The visitors who do make a stop at the attraction are well rewarded, with the chance to observe dozens of playful manatees and perhaps even pet a stingray!
Wilder’s been a large part of the Florida RVer community for decades, so you know a Wilder recommendation is informed and doesn’t come lightly. When visiting Florida, there are some smaller destinations that can be difficult to find, but the memories are oh so worth it. Sure, Disney is an experience that most wouldn’t consider passing up, but what about the Sunken Gardens in St Petersburg or Duke Energy’s Manatee Viewing Center & Preserve? We’re huge fans of these kinds of destinations at Wilder, and we know which ones are worth the trip. Read on for some captivating Wilder-recommended destinations, and to learn how Wilder is growing with the community!
RVing and camping in winter is a lot of fun. Many people think of it as too cold, but with a good RV and a plan it can be the best time of year for fun.
Here are the top 5 winter RVing activities and even a few ways to save money!
It happens every year: The little ones, and some of the big ones, dress up like ghosts, pirates, and superheroes. They walk around the RV park, stopping at each RV, saying, “Trick or treat.”
Whether you’re hosting a menagerie of monsters this year or you need to take your own little creatures out trick or treating, Halloween is a great holiday for RV life.
Being the best ghost hostDon’t run away on Halloween night. You’ll be missing a lot of fun and egg can be hard to get off of the RV. Instead, plan ahead and be ready for the fun.
Here are the steps you can take to make this Halloween one you and your visitors will remember:
There are lots of beautiful places in the United States, but south Texas is easily among the most amazing.
Wilder RV Resorts has several locations in the Rio Grande Valley, sitting in the heart of some of the country’s most pristine lands.
Here is our list of places to go while you’re visiting the Rio Grande Valley: