This time of year, RV shows are typically in full swing, showing off the newest features and functions in trailers, vans, and motorhomes. If you’re missing the excitement of strolling the floor of an RV show, join us on the Ultimate RV Show National Tour as we stream all of the excitement of attending an RV show live for viewers at home.
As you tune in to our livestream road trip around the United States, expect to see great deals, exclusive show pricing, real-time walk-throughs, and interviews with RV influencers living the dream!
You can visit at any one of our ten tour stop locations or from wherever you call home by registering online.
We’re heading into week five (January 28-31) of our Ultimate RV Show National Tour and that means heading out to the Mid-Central East region, encompassing:
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Kentucky:
- Camping World of Bowling Green National Tour Stop
725 Bluegrass Farms Blvd Bowling Green, Kentucky
- Camping World of Georgetown National Tour Stop
151 Wahland Hall Path Georgetown, Kentucky
Mammoth Cave National Park
Mint Juleps, horse racing, bourbon: Kentucky brings to mind character, history, and culture. Explore the state of “Unbridled Spirit,” in your RV at some of Kentucky’s must-see destinations. Don’t leave Kentucky without exploring the longest known cave system in the world at Mammoth Cave National Park. Take a tour of the limestone caverns with a park ranger. Camp at any one of the 3 campgrounds on the property so you can take a few days to bike, paddle, or horseback ride your way through the park’s hills and valleys.
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Alabama:
- Camping World of Calera National Tour Stop
730 George Roy Pkwy Calera, Alabama
- Gander RV & Outdoors of Dothan National Tour Stop
2961 Ross Clark Cir Ste 2 Dothan, Alabama
- Camping World of Robertsdale National Tour Stop
21282 State Highway 59 S Robertsdale, Alabama
- Gander RV & Outdoors of Oxford National Tour Stop
2772 US Highway 78 E STE 1 Anniston, Alabama
Cheaha State Park
Alabama prides itself on having a variety of landscapes to explore, from the sandy beaches along the Gulf to wooded hiking in the Southern Appalachians. In the heart of the Talladega Forest, Cheaha State Park guarantees days worth of recreation and activities like hiking, biking, a playground, and a dog park. Hike to the top of Mount Cheaha to be at the tallest point in Alabama. Relax to the sound of fresh mountain springs and waterfalls along the way. Park your RV and hookup at the park’s upper or lower campgrounds, equipped with 77 full-hook-up RV sites.
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Tennessee:
- Gander RV & Outdoors of Jackson National Tour Stop
1523 Vann Drive Jackson, Tennessee
- Camping World of Knoxville National Tour Stop
4223 Airport Hwy Louisville, Tennessee
- Gander RV & Outdoors of Nashville National Tour Stop
2614 Music Valley Drive Nashville, Tennessee
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Stop in America’s most visited National Park on Tennessee’s eastern side—Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There’s a reason why “Great,” is in the name, the Smokies are part of the oldest mountain range in North America—the Appalachians. Explore over 187,000 acres of forested land. Park your RV at Cades Cove Campground, tucked in a valley between Cades Cove Mountain and Cobb Ridge. Wake up to white-tailed dear roaming the campground in the morning, and fall asleep to the howl of distant coyote talking back and forth. Three hikes originate from the campground making it a great home base while you explore the park.
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Mississippi:
- Camping World of Jackson National Tour Stop
4601 I-55 SOUTH FRONTAGE ROAD JACKSON, Mississippi
- Camping World of Biloxi National Tour Stop
12020 Shriners Blvd Biloxi, Mississippi
- Camping World of Memphis National Tour Stop
8150 New Craft Rd Olive Branch, Mississippi
Gulf Islands National Seashore
Sink your feet into soft white sand at Gulf Islands National Seashore in Biloxi. Davis Bayou Campground accommodates larger RV’s and makes a great jumping-off point for fishing, hiking, and biking. Relaxing on the beach may be just the ticket, but for a more active experience try kayaking the seashore, or snorkeling to see sea turtles. Visit historic barracks and learn about the area’s military background. Enjoy dark night stargazing after the sun goes down. On a fair-weather Winter day, hydrate and hit the Live Oaks Bicycle Route, a 15.5-mile trip that connects Davis Bayou to Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
What are your favorite attractions in the Mid Central East region? Tell us in the comments below.