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Three levels of Toy Hauler Travel Trailers, Vintage RV Park, Understanding your RV’s Water System . 


With the popularity of toy haulers growing and growing, besides hauling your toys, this may be just the perfect trailer that you never thought about. Jeff Johnston shows us three different size toy haulers and why they’re not just for hauling toys.

Also, think you’d like owning a vintage trailer? Why not try living in one before you buy? And you can do just that at the Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton, Oregon.

Then later, we join Mark and Dawn Polk from RV Education 101 and find out what’s on their lesson plan this week.

RV Products and Features

Compare Three Toy Hauler Options

Toy hauler trailers have been a part of the RV industry for 20 plus years. Toy haulers were initially designed for people to be able to take their mobile toys with them: motorcycles, quads, side by sides, that sort of vehicle. The toy hauler provides a garage space with a door that flops down, and you can park your toys in there. But a lot of people who don’t have those things are buying these because, frankly, a toy hauler is just a really great idea. It’s a fantastic use of the space.

RV Campgrounds

The Vintages RV Resort

There’s been no slowdown in the popularity of vintage trailers these days. And here in beautiful Dayton, Oregon, there’s a resort that allows you to try vintage trailer camping at its finest to see if this part of RVing is fun for you.

We are at The Vintages Trailer Resort here in Dayton, Oregon, heart of Willamette wine country.

RV Education 101

Preventative Maintenance of your Water System

I’m Mark Polk with RV Education 101. Your RV is equipped with a 12-volt on-demand water pump. The pump is part of the essential equipment that makes your RV self-contained. If you aren’t connected to a city water supply, you can store potable water in the RV’s freshwater tank. And when you need water, you simply turn the water pump switch on.