Guide to RV periodicals in the United States and Canada
The best magazine for motorhome owners and would-be owners. Good travel features plus many technical/how to columns and reviews of new models. Published monthly. Available on major newsstands.
Biggest and probably the best monthly magazine about RVing. Covers RVs big and small. Available on most large newsstands.
Nick and Terry Russell travel the USA by RV, writing as they go and publishing their work in a delightful, homespun newspaper Gypsy Journal. Each issue includes their stories about places they visit and the people they meet. They also include regular information about free campgrounds, locations of RV dump stations, recipes, and boondocking locations they discover along their path. Their photos of funny road signs is always a hoot. The Gypsy Journal is published six times a year.
Helps RVers find jobs as they travel. Listings of available jobs, information about job fairs, and how-to articles about finding work on the road.
This colorful monthly magazine covers the far West with a special emphasis on topics related to the Pacific Northwest. Each issue includes travel, technical and lifestyle features as well as news, an event calendar and notices of upcoming regional RV show and rallies.
This is a wonderful magazine, published bimonthly for members of the Escapees RV Club. Issues include many columnists writing on both lifestyle and technical topics. Plus there are pages and pages of tips from those who live the RV lifestyle. Magazines are a benefit of membership (cost is $60 per year, plus a one-time $10 enrollment fee) that includes a full network of support services for the serious RVer. More information.
Family Motor Coaching, Family Motor Coach Association, 8291 Clough Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45244. Telephone (800) 543-3622 or (513) 474-3622. Published monthly.
Published for members of the Family Motor Coach Association (dues: $25 a year after first at $35), this thick and very informative magazine has more travel features than any other RV publication. Only motorhome owners, however, are admitted to the popular club. Ads for motorhomes are mostly for luxury rigs costing $150,000 and up.
Highways, TL Enterprises, 2575 Vista Del Mar, Ventura, California 93001. Telephone: 805-667-4100. Editor: Ronald H.Epstein. Published monthly.
This is probably the largest circulation RV publication in America, published for members of the Good Sam Club. The newsprint magazine is well-written with many useful articles. Many ads, including a hefty number for Good Sam's many products and services. A subscription is free with a $19 annual membership in the Good Sam Club (a must join for all RVers).
A very pretty, colorful, slick magazine published for huge RV dealer Lazy Days RV. Unfortunately, from the looks and feel of the magazine, the editors and writers have likely never stepped inside a recreational vehicle much less traveled in one. Don't waste your money on this RV magazine imposter.
Family camping information including vacation and weekend destinations, equipment reviews and buyers' guides for tent campers and owners of truck campers and pop-up trailers. Pop Up owners, however, will gain more information from Pop Up Times, which is listed above.
Bus Conversions Magazine
This monthly one-of-a-kind magazine contains articles and photographs that detail all aspects of the bus conversion process. Anyone who has converted a bus to a motor coach or plans should consider this magazine required reading. Learn more or subscribe.
RV Times, Sheila Jones Publishing Ltd. 24851 - 40th Ave. Langley BC Canada V4W 1X2 or fax to 604-857-8829. Telephone: 604-857-8828. E-mail: email@example.com Published 6x/year.
(REGIONAL) A magazine-sized free-distribution newsprint magazine for RVers in British Columbia. Very well written and informative with many ads. Reader contributions encouraged. This is one of the better regional RV publications in North America.