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All reviews robin williams harley davidson motorcycles on display camping equipment vintage trailers no pressure to buy great collection motor home fun stop free attraction old gas station step back in time soda fountain self guided tour worth the trip campers dealership
What a wonderful blast from the past! This museum has a fantastic collection of mint condition early RVs. Additionally there is quite a collection of vintage motorcycles. Completing the collection are a few artifacts from the early road trip experiences. A bonus is it’s free!...More
Free admission. Whether young or old, you will enjoy this nostalgic trip to the past with RVs. Motorcycles, and various memorabilia. The oldest airstream in existence is housed there. Kudos to the owner for preserving the past. Very friendly staff.
If you enjoy history, RVs and road travelling, this is a must.
We were so impressed with what is on show, old and new. The customer service was old fashioned too ... the way every business should operate.
What a cool experience to spend an hour or so in the RV Museum, with RVs from the past as well as a healthy inventory of motorcycles and such. Complete with settings from years before, such as a soda fountain setup, you don't have to...More
Fun to see the collection of travel trailers and motor homes. Interesting to see the things that have changed/improved and the things that have stayed the same over the years. Kind of warm in the building but we’ll worth it.
Having recently acquired an Airstream Trailer, we were excited to stop at this free museum while on vacation to see the oldest Airstream. The museum was quite warm but we were able to still enjoy a quick look at the trailers spending about 40 minutes....More
I thoroughly enjoyed taking a walk through time with RVs. Such a cool place to visit! We even took the kids to the new RV section to show them the difference between the older 'classics' and modern day campers!