Thursday, December 11, 2014

RV Supplies to Stock Up On

RVs don't have a lot of storage, that's no secret. So what are the best things to stock up on? We're walking you through some of the items you'll want to have extra of before your next big RV trip.

FOOD: Stock up on dry goods, snacks and other non-perishable items. Try to do this for a few months in advance so you can buy items when you have coupons, when they're BOGO or when they're on sale. You can buy things like meat, dairy, fruit and vegetables once you're settled in an RV park.

FIRST AID: No one likes the thought of getting hurt on the road, but it can happen. To save some money, head to your local dollar store and grab things like band-aids, antibiotic ointment, gauze pads, cloth tape, antiseptic wipes, medicines and whatever else you'll need. Don't forget things like Tylenol for those random headaches! Stuff like that can get pricey on the road.

TOILETRIES: We're not just talking shampoo and soap. You'll want to have toilet paper and toothpaste to spare. Toilet paper is something no one wants to run out of! If you have the space, it's a good idea to grab shampoo, conditioner and soap too, especially if you find it on sale.

PIECES OF HOME: Having what you need is important when you're RV camping. It will save you money on the road and make your trip more enjoyable. But having what you want is important too! Don't forget to stock up on things that make your RV comfy, like fluffy pillows, good movies, pictures of family and your favorite slippers. You won't regret bringing that stuff on a chilly winter day!

USEFUL, BUT RANDOM: Sometimes, the most useful things on the road can seem the most random. Don't forget to stock up on things like rope, pens, pads of paper, duct tape, bungee cords, extension cords, flash light, batteries, compass, safety pins, work gloves, and more! Even with an extensive list, our favorite saying is all you need is WD-40 and duct tape. If it moves and it shouldn't, use duct tape and if it doesn't move and should, use WD-40. See? We're problem solvers at Newby Fun Resorts.

What do you have on your stock pile list for your RV?

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Free and Fun Activities When You Visit Bradenton, Florida

We have three amazing RV resorts in the Bradenton area. Our resorts offer plenty amenities and events to keep you busy, but if you're looking to explore the area we have some ideas for you! Here's a list of some of our favorite free and cheap things to do.

1. Riverwalk
Riverwalk is a public park in Bradenton with beautiful ocean views. Stop by to see the sunset, or explore some of Bradenton's best restaurants and shopping boutiques located along the strip. There's plenty to do, whether you want to shop, eat or just enjoy the scenery. 

2. Mixon Fruit Farms 
We LOVE Mixon Fruit Farms. It's a working produce farm that offers tours, a farm store and events. You can try their delicious orange swirl ice cream after a tour or stop by their market and cafe for a snack. Tours of the grove are fun for the whole family!

3. Manatee Village Historical Park
Explore the areas rich history when you visit the Manatee Village Historical Park. Admission is free, and you'll get to see old buildings like the church, the schoolhouse and the post office. You can check out the maritime museum as well to see Banks Shell collection, ship models, historic boats and a surprise butterfly garden. 

4. Manatee Public Beach
No stay in Florida is complete without a trip to the beach. Manatee Public Beach offers free parking and lots of other amenities like picnic tables, shelters, a playground and volleyball courts. It's the perfect location for a beach day, an evening walk or a picnic. Get ready to redefine beach bum! 

5. Ellenton Outlet Mall
The Ellenton Outlet Mall is the perfect spot for a day of shopping. The outdoor mall lets you enjoy Florida's sunshine while you find great deals on the name brands you love. There's plenty of stores to choose from so you can walk to your hearts content. 

Ready to come explore these great attractions and more? Visit our area resorts' websites for information on rates, booking and more!


Fiesta Grove RV Resort- Palmetto, FL 

Winterset RV Resort- Palmetto, FL 

Thursday, October 16, 2014

5 Reasons to Go RV Camping in Florida this Fall

Fall is one of our favorite Florida seasons. The weather is perfect, pumpkin pie is everywhere and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. So what makes RV camping during the fall in Florida so great? Well here are 5 reasons to get you going. 

1. Florida Loves Fall Festivals
In Florida, the weather is always nice. So when fall rolls around we are extra spirited. Fall festivals pop up all over the state. No matter where your Florida RV camping travels take you, you're sure to find a great little festival near you. These often include pumpkin patches, hay rides, great food, apple cider and more! It's fun for the whole family. 

2. Perfect Weather 
Imagine waking up on a crisp fall morning and having your coffee or tea outside while the sunrises. Then later you head to the beach to soak up the sun's warm rays. In the evening you have dinner outside and enjoy the cool breeze. If you go RV camping in Florida, this is a reality. Our cool mornings give way to warm afternoons which turn into breezy evenings. It's the perfect weather no matter what you want to do. 

3. Flip Flops Aren't Just for Summer
When you come to enjoy fall RV camping in Florida you won't need to pack and thermal underwear. In fact, us Floridians enjoy the beautiful freedom of flip flops all year long. In the fall, we often have a sweater or two, but that's all! Without all those extra clothes you'll have more room for the things you want to bring. 

4. Outdoor Malls
It's hard to believe if you're from the north, but we have lots of open malls in Florida. And we love fall so much that even our malls get in on the action. One popular outdoor mall in Wesley Chapel even has a 10 day fall festival. So grab your pumpkin spice latte, some flip flops and head out for a perfect day of fall shopping in Florida. Great weather and a little shopping will make anyone's day. 

5. Open Windows 
In Florida, we love turning off our AC in the fall. When you come RV camping in Florida, you'll be able to toss open those windows. Since it doesn't get too cold you can even leave them open all night if you like to let in that amazing fresh air. It's the perfect season to be here and we can't wait for you to visit!



Thursday, August 7, 2014

5 Ways RV Camping Changes You

The first time you set out on the open road in your RV, you have no idea what's in store. An adventure unfolds before you, a lifestyle forms around you and suddenly you're hooked. But RV camping isn't just about having fun, it's also about change and adaptation. Before you buy that RV, find out the 5 ways RV camping changes you.

1. YOU GET CLOSER TO PEOPLE













Sure, you'll get closer to the people in your RV, geographically if nothing else. But we are talking big picture. When you travel across the country, you'll meet people from all walks of life, from all backgrounds and from all places. What you'll learn is that no matter how you may differ from someone in appearance, background or beliefs, we're all human at the core and we're all just doing the best we can. The RV lifestyle gets you closer to people.

2. YOU REALIZE TIME IS PRECIOUS









They say time flies when you're having fun, and it's the truth! Time slips past on RV vacations, and suddenly our laughter, joy and fun become fond memories. In our busy world it's hard to slow down, but when you're RV camping you can just stop for a moment and take life in. It's then that you realize time is a precious.

3.YOUR LEARN WHAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT TO YOU










Have you ever thought about what you'd take from your house if you could only pack a suitcase? RV camping poses that kind of scenario. You don't have much space to bring along everything you own, just everything you need. Without all those possessions weighing you down, you're free to live uninhibited. When you have to strategically choose what you bring, you have a chance to learn what's really important to you.

4. YOU FIND NEW WAYS TO DO THINGS












RV camping is a community. You'll learn all kinds of things, whether it's small like learning to make popcorn over the campfire, or whether it's big, like learning how to fix your RV's plumbing. Along your travels you'll learn a little something from each person you meet. Soon you'll have an entire repertoire of knowledge that came from people all over the country and the world.

5.  COOKING BECOMES AN ART 









In a house, you have plenty of place to store food. You can buy plenty of groceries, spices, dry goods and snacks. When you're camping, you have to work with limited space, both for storage and for cooking. The end result? You learn to make amazing meals on campfires, with limited ingredients and using what you have on hand. It makes you more resourceful and the benefit is that you get delicious meals. Keep learning, friends! And keep making delicious art.

What have you learned on the road?

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Winterset RV Resort Summer BBQ

The smell of barbecue chicken wafted through the summer air. It's a smell that creates memories and brings them back for residents of Winterset RV Resort in Palmetto, Florida. The empty clubhouse was decorated in bright summer colors, sombreros, maracas and streamers. It was time for a fiesta.

Each year, Newby Management hosts a summer BBQ as a way to give back to the residents in their communities. Winterset has hosted this event for many years, and it's one that residents have come to love. Soon the clubhouse began filling with people, dressed in Hawaiian shirts, bold festive colors and smiles.

Within minutes chatter, laughter and music brightened up the room even more. Today, everything was special, even the music. Classic country tunes rang through the air with a smooth, beautiful, captivating voice. That voice was one of Winterset's own guests, Sarah Getto. Born blind and with a severe cleft palette, Sarah let nothing stand in her way. She sings covers, but also writes many original pieces from adult contemporary and country to Christian and instrumentals. You can check out Sarah's music at www.sarahgetto.com.

Other distinguished guests at the BBQ included Pastor Harry Bush, and his wife Barbara. From November to April they offer an inter-denomination church service in the clubhouse starting at 10 AM on Sundays. Wonderful events like this are just some of the activities offered during the winter season at the resort.

One Winterset resident is spending her first summer at the resort. Her and her husband came to the resort last winter season and never left. Although they hadn't planned to be full-time residents they decided after just 5 days that they wanted to stay. Last season she watched friends reunite joyously, and this year she is excited to do the same with friends she made.

Coming to the park and never leaving is a common trend at Winterset. Harry and Martha Hudak came to the resort 41 years ago and have been there ever since. In fact, they are some of the first residents to ever stay at Winterset.

In their front yard they have a special goose that was ready for the summer BBQ in her poncho and
sombrero. That goose, Martha said, has outfits for many holidays and frequently has a festive wardrobe change. It's not uncommon to see beautiful yards at Winterset, as residents take great pride in their homes and their communtiy. Once a month, one resident is awarded "Yard of the Month" and is given a $25 gift card to Lowes to continue beautifying their yard.

With such a great community and so much going on, it's no surprise that the room didn't quiet down. Even with BBQ chicken, potato salad, baked beans, rolls and cake filling everyone's plates. If you're interested in purchasing a park model home or in making an RV reservation at Winterset, feel free to visit them online or in person!

8515 US Hwy 41 N
Palmetto, FL   34221

Thursday, July 10, 2014

5 Tips for Renting an RV

Woohoo! You just rented your first RV and you're ready to hit the open road. Your bags are packed, food is stocked and reservations are made. But before you leave, it's a good idea to take a few moments to look over these 5 tips for renting an RV.

1. KNOW YOUR OPTIONS

We all know how easy it is make decisions on a whim. After all, when you walk in to rent an RV and a sales person pitches you all the great features of an RV for a low cost it can be easy to rent the first one you see. But shopping around can definitely pay off in the end.

Once you've found a few places to go, check out the type of RVs they have for rent. For both comfort and safety, make sure to choose a home that will accommodate your entire traveling party. Even though it may be cheaper, a party of six would not want to squeeze into a home meant for five.

Check out the motor homes for features as well. For example, if you're traveling with small children it might be nice to have an on-board television and movie player. If you have appliances or electronics with cords, check for a good number of outlets. Try to picture yourself and everyone who's coming with you in the RV and make sure it will be a comfortable and fun trip for everyone.

2. COMPARE RENTAL PRICES 

Once you have a list of options, it's time to compare prices. Narrow down the type and size of RV you want and then compare prices based on size, availability and amenities. Lists will be your friend when doing price comparisons. Make columns and write down the following: Rental Store, RV Type, RV Size, Amenities, Price & Rental Terms. Fill out the columns for each of the RVs you love and pick the one that will make your vacation the best it can be! Doing this will give you a side-by-side comparison so you can make the best decision possible.

3. READ ALL THE FINE PRINT

We're all guilty of signing contacts or clicking agree without ever reading a word. Many RV rental contracts are similar to that of a car. Still, you never want to assume contracts are the same. Read first, ask questions, get clarifications and then sign. If something looks suspicious, don't sign. When in doubt, ask to take the contract home so you can review it first. Better safe than sorry! It won't be a fun read, but it will be worth it.

4. BE CAREFUL WITH USE

Like with any rental, you want to use with caution. You should still have a fun, laid back and relaxing vacation, but don't take any unnecessary risks. Make sure to be cautious when preparing food and when coming in from outside. If you have young children with you, make sure to set some ground rules. Over all, have fun and use common sense!

5. RETURN YOUR RENTAL ON TIME

This is an important one! Returning your RV rental on time will save you money. Late fees are an expensive cost. If there are any late fees, it will be outlined in your RV rental contract. If you're running late, be sure to call your RV rental company to inform them of your delay as soon as possible.

Last but not least, have a great time! The open road is calling and renting an RV is an awesome way to see if you're ready for ownership, or to have a fun vacation without the commitment of purchasing an RV. What are your rental tips?


Thursday, June 26, 2014

Do's & Dont's for an RV Camping Checklist

Deciding to take a vacation is the easy part. Seriously, who isn't ready to just hop in their RV and take off for a week? As fun as that sounds, a little planning might be helpful. Checklists will be your best friend, even if you are writing down stuff you've already done just so you can check it off. Yeah, we're on to you!

Okay, let's get down to the nitty gritty of making checklists. If you're professionals like us, you'll have the checklist memorized. Just kidding! Always write your checklist down and remember the most important step: don't lose your checklist. Here are your do's and don'ts for making the most important document of your life (okay, maybe that was a little dramatic).

DO'S (AKA MUST HAPPEN)

  • Make a checklist well in advance. Rushing to make and complete a checklist is no better than not making one at all. You'll probably leave something out, and it will probably be something very important like your toothbrush or underwear. Don't be without underwear. 
  • Use free checklists as a guide. These aren't the bibles of RV checklists, but it's a great place to start. Your family has specific needs, wants and desires, so your checklist should reflect that. It should be a comprehensive list of your hopes and dreams for vacations, or at least the essentials you'll need to survive the trip. See: underwear. 
  • Get packing. Anything you aren't using every day can be packed up and set aside. Buy nonperishable food items and supplies while they're on sale, too. Getting things ready in advance will give you a good idea if your wife can bring her curling iron, blow dryer AND straightening iron on the trip. 
  • Check things off as you go. While it can be satisfying to check off everything at once or rip up your list when you're done, check things off as you go. It will help keep or organized and on track. As a side note, it might be a good idea to save your list (or a master copy) for future RV trips. It will be your guide. 
  • Let other travelers add to your list. After all, two heads are better than one. Just be sure you actually NEED everything being added to the list. If you have small children coming they may try to sneak in their doll collection, Lego set, pet hamster or other excitement. In any event, allowing all travelers have their say can prevent issues later on. This is a democracy, right?
DONT'S (AKA MUST NOT HAPPEN)


  • Rely too heavily on the free checklist. Remember the old saying you get what you pay for? Well, it applies here. As we mentioned above, free checklists are a great starting point, but they won't cover everything your family needs. 
  • Lose your checklist. Really, this is pretty obvious, but we're making a list here! Take a picture of your list with your cell phone, just in case. You're a lot less likely to lose that. If you're really tech savvy, create a Google Document and share it out with all your travelers. It's editable, searchable and can be changed in real-time by any traveler. Hello technology. 
  • Stress out. This list is meant to be a guide, not a list of reasons to stress out. Start early and take it one item at a time. Before you know it the last thing on the list will be to leave for vacation!
What's your RV travel checklist? Share it with us in the comments below. 


Thursday, June 12, 2014

RV Awnings: Get a Little Cooler

There's no denying it, Florida is sunny! After all, there's a good reason we're called the Sunshine State. If you're RV camping in this great state, we think there's an RV accessory you don't want to miss.

RV awnings add a little extra comfort to your camping experience. You might be thinking you don't want to waste time putting up awnings, but the truth is many of these are easy as pie to set up. Some awnings need to be hand-winched, but many today are motorized, so setting it up is as easy as pushing a button.

These special shade providers can also be a nice touch at night. Some awnings come with built-in lights so you can enjoy some evening ambiance. This means you'll be able to enjoy a beautiful sunset or Florida's wonderful evening weather in style.

Plus, you won't need to worry about weather conditions either. The canopy support of RV awnings is able to withstand the force of wind and the weight of water from rain. The material won't sag or flap in the wind and keep you awake all night. There are also some manufacturers that use the Awnberall technique that blows the awning upwards, so it won't sag. Awnbrella awnings are made of aluminum and won't rust when exposed to the elements. The poles are very light weight as well, so you'll have no trouble getting them into place.

RV awnings help reduce heat and humidity inside the RV by as much as 70%, which is great news when you're vacationing in Florida. You can get awnings in a variety of styles and sizes, so you can find what fits you and your camping lifestyle. Go sit in the shade, friends!






Thursday, May 15, 2014

Campfire Safety for the Summer

Summer RV Camping
Who even thinks about campfires in the summer? We should be thinking of beaches, sunshine and cold drinks, right? Well, the truth is that RV campers like to get fires going year round. Unfortunately, the summer months can be a pretty dangerous time to roast some s'mores. 

Even in Florida, summer nights can cool down a lot. Whether you want to cozy up by the fire or just roast some hot dogs, there's a few things you need to keep in mind. 

  • Always build your fire in a fire pit or container, especially if required by your RV campsite. 
  • As RVers, it's a good idea to bring a portable fire pit, just in case the ground is dry and the campsite doesn't provide one. 
  • If no fire pits are available, build a containment using rocks. 
  • Rake combustible debris like dead leaves, twigs, palm fronds, etc. at least ten feet from your fire. 
  • Don't build a fire if it's a very windy night, especially if you are surrounded by brush. Dead palm fronds are extremely flammable. 
  • Never leave a campfire unattended. 
  • Before you leave your campsite, make sure to douse the fire with water and make sure the embers are cool before you leave. Hot spots can flare up after you're gone. 

Remember to always check with your RV resort before starting any campfires. There may be city or county restrictions in place during the summer months. But whether you're able to melt some s'mores or not, be sure to have lots of fun!

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Snow Birds Closing Up Winter Homes in Florida

Closing Up Winter Home in Florida
Birds are chirping, the days are getting longer and Florida is heating up fast. That means our northern visitors are preparing to head home for the summer. Everyone at Newby Fun Resorts wants to wish you safe travels. Before you go, here are some things to get your home ready:

  • Let the office manager at your community know your plans, including when you are leaving and returning. They can help keep an eye on your home while you're away.
  •  If you have year-round neighbors, let them know of your plans as well. Our communities are known for having neighbors where people care for one another. 
  • Contact USPS about forwarding mail to your northern address. Also let the front office know your address so they can keep in touch with you during the summer. 
  • Leave your air conditioner set at about 85 degrees to help ward off the humidity that causes mildew. 
  • Make sure to lock exterior doors, but leave interior doors open so air can flow freely through the house. 
  • If you leave clothes, shoes or linens in the home make sure to space them out so air can flow around the items. Florida's hot summers create a lot of humidity. 
  • Unplug the water heater and other appliances before you leave to help save money. 
  • Store your valuables in a save place, and make sure they are out of sight. 
  • Remove all the food from your kitchen so you can avoid a bug infestation. 
  • If you leave staples such as flour and sugar, make sure they are stored in air-tight containers.
  • Many people choose to empty their fridge, unplug it and prop open the doors. 
  • Turn off your ice maker and leave a box of baking soda in the refrigerator to help absorb odors. 
  • Place 2-3 tbsp. of vegetable oil in the dishwasher and garbage disposal to help keep them working properly. 
  • Leave the doors on the clothes washer open. 
  • Turn the telephone ringers off so it can't be heard when no one answers the phone. Don't leave a message saying you're out of town. Instead, leave a message saying you're away from the phone and will get back to them.
  • Wrap toilet bowls with cling wrap to help keep the water from evaporating. Don't put bleach tablets in the tank. 
  • Turn off the main water valve. 
  • If you have a fireplace, make sure to shut off the damper. 
  • Take pictures of all your valuables. 
  • Lock all the doors and windows, placing wood dowels in the tracks of sliders. 
  • Make sure all your outdoor tools are put away. 
  • Head home!
We are going to miss you while you're gone! Stay in touch with us on Facebook to see what's going on in your community. We can't wait to see you next year for all the fun an excitement that takes place every day at Newby Management communities. 


Thursday, March 27, 2014

Leisure Days RV Resort Donate Prom Clothing to Homeless Zephyrhills High School Students

Leisure Days RV Resort in Zephyrhills
In February, Leisure Days RV Resort in Zephyrhills had a visit from a representative of Zephyrhills High School. Her visit started a movement at the resort that will change lives.

Anne Astles, a seasonal resident of the  resort, invited Diane McCabe to speak at a coffee morning meeting. McCabe thanked the park residents for their generosity, especially the Busy Hands Knitters, for their wonderful donations of various knitted items presented to the local high school.

She spoke of how the items were distributed to students, and how the kids appreciated these much-needed items. Despite being homeless, the students still attend school, McCabe said. Despite their intense determination to continue school, the students were simply couldn't afford special events like prom.

Knowing the giving spirits of Leisure Days residents, McCabe mentioned that if anyone had items such as dresses, skirts, ties, etc. they could be donated to the needy students. A couple residents, Laurelynn Deans and Anne Hubbert took on the challenge.

The two visited local stores to purchase several dresses, ties, men's shirts, shoes and small items of jewelry. The pair has made several trips to the school to deliver the donated items. As a result of these efforts, other park residents have joined in through donation of funds and clothing.

Throughout the year, the residents of Leisure Days are continuously giving back to the local community. The practice will hopefully continue for years to come. When a challenge or need arises, the residents are there to take it up. Talk about an amazing Florida RV community. 


Thursday, March 6, 2014

Having Fun at Florida RV Resorts

Fun Florida RV Resorts
In the Sunshine State, February and March mean one thing: Strawberry Season. We love those bright red berries so much we have festivals, parties, socials and dances in their honor. We eat them on waffles, pancakes, shortcake, pudding, pies and donuts. There isn't much we won't drop some fresh Florida strawberries on.

At Newby Fun Resorts, we decided to make the fun of strawberry season even sweeter. Many years ago we held a strawberry social in one of our communities and it's been a tradition ever since! We start out with a delicious shortcake, top that with a large scoop of vanilla ice cream, drop in a heaping spoonful of strawberries, and finish the whole creation off with a huge dollop of whipped cream.

Our strawberry socials are a time for the residents to get together, enjoy each other's company and have a delicious treat. We believe RV camping and life should be a fun! Next time you're looking for an RV camping destination ask yourself the question: ARE THEY FUN!? If the answer is no, don't go!

We can't wait to have a blast with you at one of our nine Newby Fun Resorts. Want daily laughs, inspirations and tips about where to have some Florida fun? All RV campers need to visit Newby Fun Resorts on Facebook. See you there!

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Busch Gardens, Lowry Park Zoo and Other Tampa attractions partner in ticket program

RV Activities in Tampa
Photo Courtesy of KCTV5
Imagine for a second that you could take a ride through the African jungle, fall down a 200 foot drop, pet a stingray, meet Winter the Dolphin, see zebras, hippos, giraffes, penguins and put your science skills to the test!

This isn't a dream, this could be your next trip to Tampa Bay. Starting on May 20 for just $119, the Tampa Bay CityPASS will give you access to  Busch Gardens Tampa, Florida Aquarium, Lowry Park Zoo, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and Chihuly Collection or the Museum of Science and Industry.

The booklet of tickets will be good for nine consecutive days from when it's first used, so great ready to have some fun! The CityPASS program, available in 10 other U.S. and Canadian destinations, will ofer a $99 Tampa Bay CityPASS for children ages 3-9. 

Book your RV stay at a Newby Fun Resort today so you'll be closer to the action!

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Florida RV Resort of the Week

At Fiesta Grove, the community really lives up to its name! Every day is a party for the active, fun residents at this Newby Fun Resort. Whether it's hanging out by the pool, or having bingo night, they are always on the go.

Their residents are all smiles as they fill their days with all there is to do at this great RV resort. See some of their pictures, and find them on Facebook to enjoy the fun times at Fiesta Grove right along with the residents!

They only have a few more RV spots open this season, so make your reservations today!
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Fiesta Grove RV Park in Palmetto
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The great & fun community managers!

Thursday, January 9, 2014

2014 RV Supershow

#2014RVSuperShow

Florida RV supershow


Start your engines, because the 29th annual 2014 Florida RV SuperShow is almost here. The show will roll in Wednesday January 15 through Sunday January 19. Get ready for some fun, excitement and plenty of recreational vehicles.

This year, the RV show's theme is "It's Your Turn." Why? Because so many people put off buying their first RV or upgrading their old one. 2014 is the time to get what you deserve: a brand new RV and a new lease on life.

With hundreds of RV's on displany and educational seminars, the SuperShow is the place to trade-in your old RV or to get great information on buying a new one. Plus, with plenty of Florida campgrounds and resorts at the Supershow, you're sure to plan the perfect vacation.

With all the RV accessory booths as well, the SuperShow is offering a 2-day pass just so attendees can take it all in. Don't forget about the free entertainment, either. Everything from clowns and unicycle riders to Barbershop Quartets and Bagpipe Bands, you'll be sure to find entertainment all day long.

Don't forget to stop by our Newby Fun Resorts booth to learn all about our 6 exciting RV resorts. We'll be there with games, deals and prizes. So be sure to stop by and have some fun! Use the hashtag #2014RVSuperShow to connect with us, or like our resorts on Facebook.

Admission to the Supershow is only $10.00 for adults, and that includes a second day admission. Children under 16 are free. The SuperShow hours are Wednesday-Saturday 9 AM-6 PM and Sunday 9 AM-5 PM. Wednesday is Senior Citizens Day with seniors receiving $1.00 off the cost of admission (not valid with other discounts).

For more information on the 2014 Florida RV SuperShow, contact the Florida RV Trade Association at www.frvta.org.