5 Questions to Ask Before Buying Your First RV – Camping World

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Buying an RV is no easy decision. There’s a lot of research, a lot of looking, and a lot of trying things out. Looking to buy your first RV? Here are five questions to ask yourself before you ever step on a lot.  CLICK THE LINK BELOW FOR THE ARTICLE

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2 comments on “5 Questions to Ask Before Buying Your First RV – Camping World”

  1. Carole Buskirk Reply

    Do you have any camp grounds near Prescott AZ. I haven’t camped in a long time, just considering options.?

    • Richard Bartz Reply

      Hello Carole,
      We do not have campgrounds as such but we meet as groups or even 2 or 3 campers in campgrounds all over America. The Exodus Chapter which is mostly folks from Arizona meet in Quartzsite at least twice a year. The Emmanuel Chapter in California meet in Menifee twice a year as well. Sometimes the members just meet each other for weekends or for travelling together. Others contact members wherever they go and sometimes meet and camp together or at one of the member’s places. It is all very flexible.

      My wife and I are in Parker, AZ every winter for several months and we meet members and others in the RV parks and even out in the BLM land. We have a number of members scattered around Arizona, couples, singles, mostly older folks, some snowbird/escapees. Some of them just meet to play cards. Anyway, my point is that there are opportunities for everyone. Campers For Christ is just made up of folks that love Jesus and especially enjoy camping. Some are in tents or in SUVs or even in big motorhomes that I wish I could afford! There is just something special about creation when you are away from the world a bit, whatever your accommodations.

      I hope that answers your question! Feel free to reply, ask more, or to get involved. It is all for fun, fellowship, and for encouraging one another to enjoy creation and to do whatever it is that the Lord has them on this earth to do.

      Blessings, Richard Bartz, Webmaster

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