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  • FMCA National Office
    FMCA National Office:
    Everything you need to know before heading off to FMCA's 98th International Convention & RV Expo, all in one place!

    When you arrive to CAM-Plex, be sure to update your location (upper left-hand corner, green box if on desktop computer or via the RVillag...  more
    Need-to-Know Info for Your Trip to Gillette, WY! – FMCAdventure
    • July 9
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  • FMCA National Office
    FMCA National Office:
    Fun for everyone today at our summer convention! #fmcaWY18
    • Thu at 3:31 PM
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  • Charley Kennington
    Charley Kennington:
    We are at home for afew weeks. A guy ran a stop sign and knocked the front steps off the travel trailer so it is in the shop. No injuries so i guess that is a plus.
    • Wed at 2:32 PM
    • · via iPhone App
    • LarandSus and 1 other like this.
    • Charley Kennington
      dub sorry this happened! what type of shop is doing the repairs? I often wondered how difficult this process could be.
      • Wed at 2:49 PM
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      • Charley Kennington
        Charley Kennington I am having it repaired at a Route 66 shop. I have ueds the for extended warranty repairs and they did great work so i took it back to them. So far the process has not been bad. They ordered the parts today.
    • Charley Kennington
      FMCA National Office It's always a plus when nobody gets hurt! Hoping for a speedy recovery for the TT
  • FMCA National Office
    FMCA National Office:
    Rolling through Opening Day! Having a great time at our 98th Convention! #fmcaWY18
    • Wed at 1:57 PM
  • FMCA National Office
    FMCA National Office:
    Opening Day is tomorrow! Who's ready to go? #fmcaWy18
    • Tue at 8:49 AM
  • FMCA National Office
    FMCA National Office:
    Safe travels to all! See you soon at our 98th convention in Gillette, WY! Remember to update your location on RVillage when you arrive: https://www.rvillage.com/rv-park/16902/fmca-98th-convention-cam-plex
    • Mon at 5:29 AM
  • Richard and Jackie Kelly
    Richard and Jackie Kelly:
    Thinking of heading off to Arizona during Jan-March 2019. Does anyone have any recommendations of campgrounds in the Preoria, Mesa area.
    • Mon at 3:59 AM
    • · via iPhone App
    • dub and 2 others like this.
    • Richard and Jackie Kelly
      The Ritts Hey sounds like you're living the dream! Dave and I have been full time for 2 years now and we just love it.  Sold everything and happily left SoFla July 2nd of last year and hardly looked back.  There are many thousands of RV spots in AZ so its...  more Hide 1 Reply
      • Richard and Jackie Kelly
        Richard and Jackie Kelly Wow. That was quite the article. Thanks for your advice especially the “fungus fever”. Didn’t consider that in our planning. We’ll definitely take into account your advice and helpful input. It’s great when you can get this type of detail from other memb...  more
    • Richard and Jackie Kelly
      LarandSus Wow, i had not heard of the fungus either! #dentist
      • Mon at 9:18 PM
    • Richard and Jackie Kelly
      Steve & Diane Valley Fever is real.  Exposure can be minimized by NOT going outside after a rain.  The rain opens spores in the ground which releases the Valley Fever thingys.
    • Richard and Jackie Kelly
      SHIRLEY NELSON We like Bonita Vista Resort at  Apache Junction: reasonable $ for 3 months; smaller park & friendly folks.  Stayed their 3 winters.
    • Richard and Jackie Kelly
      Magnum We're headed to Mesa for Dec/Jan/Feb also. Staying at Mesa Spirit. Never been there but our friends have and they love it. They are going back this winter also. 
  • Ronnie Sue
    Ronnie Sue:
    We are switching our insurance companies and very interested to hear what people are saying about FMCA's National General policies.
    Thanks, in advance!
    • July 13
    • Capthoffman and 1 other like this.
    • Ronnie Sue
      ArtMatters Hey All. You should press that RVillage button in the bar at the top of this page called, "RV Insurance".

      It takes you to an insurance advocate who does quotes from every carrier available for RV’s.  Thanks to RVillager, it doesn’t cost ...  more
    • Ronnie Sue
      Bill & Connie We just switched from Safeco thru Good Sams to National General thru FMCA. And saved about $300. There is also a level of confidence with FMCA
    • Ronnie Sue
      Michael Zike & Lynne Brooks We use National General thru Good Sams for our RV, Car and Home. Have had a couple claims the past two years and they handled both claims without a problem.
    • Ronnie Sue
      FMCA National Office Here is the link to learn more about FMCA's RV insurance offers: https://site.fmca.com/fmca-membership-benefits?popup=linkFMCAinsuranceModal
    • Ronnie Sue
      2Shiftybees I don't know if you're full timing or not.  We got National General through Good Sam before we knew about FMCA.  Haven't had to use the insurance yet, but one good thing I really like is that if you store your RV you can let them know and they'l...  more
  • Dick & Sharon
    Dick & Sharon:
    We are heading out for a cross country adventure and were wondering what others experience has been in finding a campground to stay at overnight without a reservation.
    • July 13
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    • Dick & Sharon
      Smurph65 We did a 7 week trip across last year and except for Branson, MO we didn't reserve ahead. But, it was in August and September. When we wanted to stop we checked our Trailer Life book and called for availability. No problem the whole time.
    • Dick & Sharon
      Norm & Barb Bauer We are currently on a 3 month trip through WI, MN and MI. Weekday reservations were generally no problem. It's the weekends that are busy and even trying 2 months ahead didn't always work. More people are camping and many more spending a month or more in ...  more
    • Dick & Sharon
      Chris & Jennifer [ThxHarvey] We just did four and a half months out of state. Usually stopped for a week or two everywhere except one place, where we stayed 5 weeks. We decided in advance the approximate area we were aiming for and mostly only secured campgrounds a day or two ahead. ...  more
    • Dick & Sharon
      Clifford and Marilyn Carroll We just completed a 3 week swing from Wisconsin through the SD Black Hills and had no problem finding RV sites as we traveled. Since we never new where we would end up each day, we simply check the RVParky App for RV campgrounds near us and made a call. W...  more
    • Dick & Sharon
      Mike and Donna Wagner Are any of you aware that the RVillage map has nearly 33,000 RV parks, each park has it’s own webpage in RVillage, and you can route your trip right here in RVillage.  Just open the blue link at the top of the Home page “show explore map” - then ask ...  more
  • Robin Goudeau Baxter
    Robin Goudeau Baxter:
    If you have a 5th wheel where have you placed your plaque?
    • July 12
    • · via iPhone App
    • dub and 1 other like this.
    • Robin Goudeau Baxter
      dub here is a pic of mine
    • Robin Goudeau Baxter
      Steve & Marci On the ladder.
    • Robin Goudeau Baxter
      Ann & Buzzy Sullivan Why is it important to place the plaque on the RV? Hide 1 Reply
    • Robin Goudeau Baxter
      Mary Dyer Williamson In the front window of our RV
      • 9 hours ago
  • 1994 Cruise Master
    1994 Cruise Master :
    Looking to travel to Nashville TN to go to Grand Ol Opryland. Need recommendation on a nice close campground for a few days
    • July 12
    • · via Android App
    • Dave/Rita and 1 other like this.
    • 1994 Cruise Master
      Alex and Lynn We live in Nashville and have stayed at the KOA with our grand kids.  Either place is fine are you are close to the Opry and shopping.  Traffic is always bad on Saturdays around Opry Mills Mall where the GOO is located.  Suggest going past ...  more Hide 1 Reply
    • 1994 Cruise Master
      Robyn & Jerry We're Two Rivers fans, too.  We stayed at KOA first time to Nashville.  We have found Two Rivers to be every bit as nice and quite a bit cheaper.  Extremely convenient to Opryland and easy access to freeway to go other places. We stayed the...  more
    • 1994 Cruise Master
      Dave/Rita we just came back  we stayed at lake shores great place on the lake  have a water park in it and also a adventure park  also a van to take you into town and also  to the grand ol opryland great time   trasnport was 10.00dolla...  more
    • 1994 Cruise Master
      Ritchie & Lyn We were there in May and stayed at the I-24 park about 20milse outside of fNashville. Nice park friendly staff easy access to I-24. Also reasonable rates.
    • 1994 Cruise Master
      Alaskan Snowbirds We were there earlier this month.  Grand Ole Opry RV Park.  12 miles from G.O.OPRY itself. Nice park. Level spots. Quiet.  They also have entertainment most nights.  Reasonable.