If you own a travel trailer with a fiberglass exterior you will need to take care of it, so that the finish stays shiny and awesome for years to come. Just like any automotive exterior, the finish and look can deteriorate with time. We have all seen those dingy, chalky, dry and faded fiberglass trailers […]
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As you know, Westland Camping Center is the official RV Dealership of the Zombie Apocalypse. For years, we have been working tirelessly to keep you and your family safe from the Zombies. We have been studying the various brands and options available in great detail, and although any travel trailer is better than nothing, our […]
With the coming of the warm weather, our thoughts inevitably turn to the camping season. With that time of year, we all need to perform the task known simply as “DE-WINTERIZING”. This mysterious term means different things to different people. Usually it refers to just flushing out the water system of antifreeze from the fall, […]
I have found this video useful, and I think its a lot of good advice. Please remember to take the time to check out your A/C. A little time cleaning can save you lots of time and money in repairs.
Spring is a great time to really clean your trailer thoroughly. Here is a video I found from the RV Geeks on Youtube that does a great job of going step by step through cleaning one of the most easily forgotten things.
Mark Polk from RV Education 101 has been educating RV-ers for years. He teaches everything from basic mainternance to how to hook up your 5th wheel to your tow vehicle. I find him to be a great resource to help answer questions, and help those who are relatively new to owning a trailer or 5th […]
I love camping. I love tent camping, I love camping in 5th wheels, travel trailers, and I can sort of understand camping in a motorhome. But my absolute favorite way to camp is in a pop-up. Call it a pup, tent camper, folding trailer or just a suped-up tent on wheels, pop ups are (in […]
Here is a video we found from our friend Mark Polk, from RV Education 101.