When you take a look at our list of dealerships from across North America, you’re hit with an overwhelming map filled with the Orange, so we can understand if it’s hard to decide which RV dealership to stop at during a roadtrip across the United States.
To help you plan your next route, we’ve picked out dealerships from across America, broken into five sections: West, Midwest, Northeast, South, and Alaska.
P.S. Stay tuned for Part II where we’ll share even more great RV dealers from across the United States!
RV Dealers in the West
From RV purchases and rentals, to work on your trailer, to parts for the do-it-yourselfer, to Lynx Levelers, B&D RV Center has whatever you need.
“Whether you are looking for your first RV or your last, B&D RV Center is here for you.”
Dalton’s RV Center, which has been in business for more than 15 years, is located in the heart of the Big Horns of Wyoming.
Their fully equipped (including Lynx!) service center can cater to any job, from fixing a refrigerator, heaters and air conditioners, to scheduled services or maintenance.
Carl and Geri Jensen began in the business in the late ‘60s, making their one priority a great product at the best price. Forty years later, their son Jared has started to move into the owner position.
Sierra RV is known for being a leading Utah RV dealership in new RV sales, RV service, RV parts, RV accessories, RV financing and much more!
“We put the customers needs first.”
RV Dealers in the Midwest
Hilltop is a third-generation, family-owned and operated sales, service, rental and parts business that has been servicing the RV industry in the Midwest for more than 65 years, making it one of the oldest RV dealers on our list.
Their values focus on three things: leadership, teamwork, and customer relations.
Colerain, a family-owned business from Cincinnati, has sold nearly 50,000 new and pre-owned RVs in the 50 years they’ve been in business. They attribute their continued success to one simple motto: they treat their customers as if they were their extended family.
Jeff and Sherry Pierce, one of their customers, had this to say:
“Your business certainly excels at making customers feel like they get personal treatment, in a friendly, low-pressure atmosphere, you always made us feel like we were your top priority. It was refreshing to meet someone who appeared to genuinely want to ensure we were happy.”
Four Seasons, with locations in both Colorado and Manitoba, understands the demands of life on the road (which is probably why they carry Lynx Levelers!). A combination of great employees, low operating costs in a rural area, and unparalleled customer service, has played a huge role in making this dealer the envy of many dealers from across the United States.
RV Dealers in the South
RV Parts Country, located in London, Kentucky, boast no club fees, same day shipping, overnight shipping, and phone support, carrying all the products you need to get your camping season underway.
With one of the largest and well-stocked parts and accessory departments of its kind in Texas, United RV is your source of hard-to-find parts. They have over 10,000 different quality brand names, including Lynx Levelers, and if you’re having an issue with your RV, and need to replace a part, chances are -- they have it.
RV Dealers in the Northeast
A well-known, family-owned business working out of the New Jersey area for more than 50 years, they specialize in rentals and exceptional customer service. Because of their dedicated focus on supplying their community with the best in RV products, they’re actively involved in the national RV community, being part of the Recreational Vehicle Dealer Association (RVDA) and the RV Rental Success 20 Group.
RV Dealers in Alaska
“I didn’t know you guys even existed,” is a sentence this RV dealership has heard many times over the years, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that they’re one of Alaska’s best RV dealers.
With almost 30 years in business, their success has come from quality leadership, newer and better motorhomes, and all the extra services, without the additional charges.
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