RV Dealerships to Consider

05/31/2009 at 9:34 pm Leave a comment

As a campground owner I find myself dealing with RV dealerships with and for my camping guests, so today I’m blogging about 3 dealerships which stand out as ones you might consider if your travel plans put you in their neighborhood.

Those of  you who have been following my blog know that I survey my guests with the GuestRated program. From the surveys, I know that:

  • on average, my guests travel 329 miles the day the arrive at High Plains Camping,
  • on average, my guests traveled 1,311 miles on their trip, and
  • on average, my guests spend about 80 nights of the year camping.

That means on average my guests are NOT from NW Kansas where my park is situated. 

So, to my guests where ever you are now, let me say that I believe in these 3 RV dealerships and in what they do for their customers. I think you might find them to be good references as you journey across our nation.

  • Four Seasons RV Acres, located in Abilene Kansas, has treated my guests wonderfully. This dealership is very large, they stock a vast array of parts, they have qualified RV mechanics, and they carry a large volume of RVs in their inside show room and their outside lot.


  • Abel RV, in Lake Bartlett, Illinois is a family-owned dealership with wonderfully friendly staff (Charlotte, in particular, is always smiling). From their web page you can see that they have something for everyone. They can handle service, parts, new sales, and resales. Consider stopping at Abel RV if you’re traveling in the Chicago area.


  • Larry’s RV Sales is in North Platte, Nebraska, has been so good to my guests. They seem to be quick to the fix, friendly, and willing to help. Anyone traveling along I-80 or US Hwy 83, you will probably enjoy this dealership for sales, parts, and service.

I’m certain there are HUNDREDS of great dealerships across our great nation, but I have experience with these 3 so that’s what I’m sharing with you.

Happy RVing!


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