Join us at the Grand Sierra March 23 – April 2 for The Real RV Show. Sierra RV is showcasing our large selection of Class A’s, C’s, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and toy haulers. Can’t you smell Spring in the air? Now is the perfect time to find the RV of your dreams, or upgrade from your current RV, and we have the RV for you. Come browse our extensive inventory, talk to one of our professional sales people, and let them help you find the RV that’s perfect for your family. My business manager says it’s the best interest rates in over 5 years and he has 15 lenders and has GAP insurance. So, this weekend instead of sitting on the couch watching another boring show, come on down to the Grand Sierra, off Highway 395 at Mill Street and discover the world of RVing.

Remember, it’s you and me and a Sierra RV.

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Okay, I’m sure you’re asking, “What is Glamping in an RV?” Glamping is a growing trend that combines camping and women. While many women love camping, they may not like sleeping in a tent and on the ground. You mentally prepare yourself for “roughing it”. You like starry nights, campfires, natural scenery, and spending time with friends. You love the outdoors, but the idea of sharing your sleeping space with bugs isn’t your cup of tea. In fact, your cup of tea might be a glass of chilled wine! Camping in an RV gives women the ability to camp in the wide outdoors, with all the amenities of home. Think about it, ladies. Your own bed, with your own sheets and blankets. The ability to shower in the morning with your favorite shower gel. No cold water from the streams for you! Many women enjoy RVing and take off on their own. At Sierra RV, we have a wide selection of RVs that even I can drive! And of course, there are many towables that will fit behind a half ton truck. Spring is right around the corner. If your idea of camping is actually glamping, then come down to Sierra RV. And remember, it’s you and me and a Sierra RV.

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Oh, the places you can go in an RV! There are many modes of transportation, and RVing happens to be one of my favorites because I’m not stuck on someone else’s schedule. I don’t have to wait in lines and go through security checkpoints and I don’t have to eat all my meals out. Living out west, there are many state parks and recreation areas within a short drive. During the summers, I like to put the fishing gear and weekend food in the motor home and take off into the Sierras. There are over 70 lakes and streams within an hour and a half from Reno. The motor home is self-contained, so for the weekend I don’t need hookups. Many times we pull up along side a stream and make camp. This time of year Death Valley is one of my favorite places to go. Perhaps this is the year you want to try something different. Maybe you’re tired of crowds, airlines, and over priced food and hotel rooms. Visit Sierra RV and let our experienced sales staff help you find the perfect unit to catch that fish! Remember, it’s you and me and a Sierra RV.

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Now that you have your RV, where do you stay? While you can visit the state and national parks and stay quietly, unless your neighbor’s generator is running, choosing an RV park or resort is  a good way to go because they have full hookups. State and national parks usually only offer dry camping. You can search the web for places. You can use reference books, or  the Camp California guide.  There are three ways to find a park: by the city where a park is located, by the park name, or by the general section of the state you’d like to visit. Most parks offer online reservations, which helps when you’re on the road. If you are traveling in a large rig, be sure to request a pull-through. Review the amenities the park offers. Do you wish to unwind in the hot tub after a long day on the road? Is your idea of relaxing a five mile hike? Perhaps you want your children to splash in the pool and relieve some of their pent-up energy. During the season, I usually plan ahead, but during the off season I like to decide where to stay while I’m on the road. Maybe I like the sense of the unknown. We always take our dog so I make sure the park is dog friendly. There’s a wide world out there to explore. Have fun!

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Governor Sandoval has launched the Discover your Nevada campaign rallying all residents to become tourists in our great state and discover Nevada. And the perfect way to do this is in an RV. Come on down to Sierra RV and view our selection of rental motor homes and travel trailers. Let our experienced staff guide you in creating a vacation that will create memories and bring your family together. Cruise the loneliest highway in Nevada. Perhaps you’ll see an extraterrestrial on the Extraterrestrial Highway. Camp at Fort Churchill and pretend it’s the 1800s. Explore the beauty of the Ruby Mountains. Play on the beaches of Lake Tahoe. Hike in the Black Rock Desert. The possibilities are endless. And when you’re ready to create that trip, let us help you at Sierra RV. And remember: It’s you and me and a Sierra RV.

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