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  • The Circle of Life in Camping

    Published on Apr 03, 2017
    The Circle of Life in Camping
    Over the many years I have spent in the RV industry, one thing has become apparent – and that is that the family or couple who camps together stays together.  Many customers we have had have been married or together for decades.  The longest that I am aware of is in the 65 year range ...
  • Geocaching in Nebraska

    Published on Mar 31, 2017
    Geocaching in Nebraska
    What is Geocaching With warmer weather on the horizon now is a great time to start Geocaching! A geocache is a container that usually holds a number of items. Your goal is to find a cache and log it into your cache journal (numerous apps or the official site). You can take something out of the ca ...
  • It's that Snowbird time of year

    Published on Dec 13, 2016
    It's that Snowbird time of year
    As the polar vortex nears, and the wind turns bitter, we are seeing so many of our customers head south for the winter.  With phrases like “I’m getting out of here”, it makes those of us left here longing for balmy breezes, and shorts weather. As my husband and I inch neare ...
  • Route 66 Dealer Network - What Does It Do for You, and What Does it Mean to the Dealer?
    Route 66 – what does it do for you, and what does it mean to the dealer? Apache Camper Center is a dealer member of the network known as Route 66.  That statement in and of itself doesn’t really set your heart aflutter does it?  Well, I thought it was well past time to expla ...
  • Starting Out, Downsizing, Whatever You Call it - it's Small!
    Lately, we have seen a definite surge in the number of customers who are looking for what I lovingly call the “cute and cuddly” campers.  I think a lot of this has to do with the push on the tiny house phenomenon.  Once people see the amount of money that people spend on the ti ...
  • Jayco Camping Club Lazy J Covey newsletter

    Published on Aug 26, 2016
    Jayco Camping Club Lazy J Covey newsletter
    Fall is coming around the corner, and I thought that I would post the latest newsletter from our camping club.  As an introduction, our club was founded over 25 years ago and was based around the Jayco product.  The members must own a Jayco in order to participate.  They are a great g ...
  • Exploring Smith Falls State Park

    Published on Jun 30, 2016
    Exploring Smith Falls State Park
    Exploring Smith Falls State Park Summertime is here and in full swing. If you’re not sure how to spend your time this summer, than we suggest you check out Nebraska’s Smith Falls State Park. Tucked away, 18 miles east of Valentine, is a gorgeous cascading waterfall, making it the high ...
  • RV's - the Original Tiny Houses

    Published on Jun 10, 2016
    RV's - the Original Tiny Houses
    RV’s – the Original Tiny Houses   As an RV dealer, I have seen many fads in the camping industry come and go.  Recently however a show on HGTV caught my interest showing the new tiny houses phenomenon.  I watched a few episodes, and after hearing the prices on these ...
  • Nebraska Neighbors: Wyoming

    Published on Jun 01, 2016
    Nebraska Neighbors: Wyoming
    When it comes to Wyoming, there isn’t a shortage of beautiful sites to see. Wyoming is the home to many national treasures such as Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons and the wondrous town of Jackson Hole. The tenth largest state in the United States, there are plenty of underrated sites for you to ...
  • How to Make Sure Your Camping Trip Doesn’t Inspire Another Scary Movie
    Listen, we’ve all seen enough scary movies to understand what the worst possible scenario for camping at a sketchy campsite is. I’m looking at you Texas Chainsaw Massacre. In reality, you should really be more cautious of unsafe campsites than a hockey mask clad psycho killer chasing you ...

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