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At Guaranty, we love RVing! We know we’re lucky—we get to spend all day every day thinking about RVs, researching the best makes and models, learning about great road trips and campgrounds, and generally keeping up on the latest RV-related trends, news and lifestyle tips. Best yet, our team of RV-enthusiast bloggers get to share all of that with you! If you’re curious about the latest and greatest in RVs and RVing, we invite you to visit the Guaranty Blog. Be sure to check back with us regularly for updates.

We Love Class C Motorhomes: The Best of 2017 Part 2

Last week, we started looking at the benefits of Class C motorhomes in comparison to other RV types. These include drivability and ease of parking, superior safety in a collision, fuel economy, sleeping capacity, family-friendly features and more. This week we’re going to give a shout out to RV manufacturers and models that have proven themselves to be the best of the best in regard to quality and lasting value. Not only have these received rave reviews from Guaranty customers for years, they are consistent award winners in Motorhome Magazine’s annual Reader’s Choice Awards and the National RV Dealer Association’s Quality Circle Awards.

Winnebago


Winnebago Industries has been building RVs since 1958, which means they’ve had a lot of time to get it exactly right. The quality shows in every detail. Their Class C models are known for their high quality construction and nimble handling on the highway. They are built to last with renowned SuperStructure® standards that includes a steel, rather than wood, cab substructure. Even the windshields are secured in steel with non-hardening sealants for added safety and durability. The Winnebago cabs are mounted to the chassis with an advanced laser alignment system that gives them a remarkably solid foundation. It’s quality control like this that is key to the long-lasting performance and beauty that we’ve come to expect from this American manufacturer.

They’re also constantly adding new features, thinking of better ways to use space, and carefully considering new amenities that can make the RVing experience all the better. Their goal is to always integrate the most powerful body design and versatile floorplans, with the best new technology and comfortable amenities on the market. This is not a company that rests on its laurels! Whether you’re looking for a compact, supremely drivable model, or a more luxurious RVing experience with slide-outs for extra elbow room, Winnebago makes a model to fit your needs and budget. Options include either a Ford or Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis. Want a supremely family friendly RV on a budget? Look at the Minnie Winnie or the Spirit. If you want something sleek, but still affordable, the Fuse is a great combination of fun and function. And for even more amenities and a boost in luxury, take a look at a sleek turbo diesel Navion.

Thor Motor Coach


Compared to Winnebago, Thor Motor Coach might look like the new kid on the block. However, this powerhouse manufacturer was founded in 2010 by a merger of two renowned motorhome manufacturers: Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International. That merger brought together some of the best minds in the RV industry. It’s no wonder, then, that they are now one of the top motorhome brands in North America, producing nearly 25% of motorhomes sold each year. As well as building some of the highest quality Class C motorhomes on the highway today, they are known for introducing cutting-edge innovations that constantly raise the bar on the RVing experience. Because they build a variety of styles, sizes and floorplans, you can purchase a motorhome that feels custom-made for you. And they work hard to keep their pricing extremely competitive.

Thor also takes their customer support seriously. Their Shield of Protection Program provides services you just don’t find with most RV manufacturers, including a direct concierge connection at the factory and 24/7 factory support to help you diagnose any problems and offer solutions. Thor keeps essential parts stocked for quick shipment in order to get their motorhomes up and running quickly. And they offer a One Source Warranty so you’ll have the weight of the manufacturer behind you if you need warranty service.

Here at Guaranty, our customers particularly love the Four Winds line for the best family-friendly, budget conscious Class C. Kids love the optional bunkhouse floorplan that will sleep up to eight people, and there is also a full-wall slide-out model that is ideal for getting the most interior space without giving up driveability. We’re also loving the new Siesta Class C motorhome by Thor. Built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, with a turbo diesel engine for extra torque when you need it most, the Siesta is a mix of style, economy and power.

Jayco


Jayco is another RV manufacturer that has established a reputation over time by building a rock-solid RV. Founded in 1968, they are currently the largest family-owned and operated RV manufacturer in the U.S. and they have long had a commitment to build some of the most family-friendly Class C motorhomes on the market, including a floorplan that sleeps as many as 11 people. Not only do they use unmatched engineering practices and superior construction materials and processes—like Magnum Truss Roof Systems and custom-manufactured frames that offer higher strength and durability—they also insist on Amish craftsmanship for lasting beauty. Combine that with the innovative technology they bring to their RVs and you can see why they are one of our favorite Class C manufacturers. It’s no wonder that Jayco is able to offer a 2-year industry-leading limited warranty. And best of all, they do all of that at a family friendly price point.

Jayco is also a company that is committed to their customers, both in terms of offering an excellent Roadside Assistance program and in terms of protecting the environment so that there are beautiful camping areas for generations to come. Over the course of more than four decades of building RVs, they’ve created “better ways to build better RVs” that use fewer resources and emphasize renewable ones. It’s all part of their EcoAdvantage commitment.

For big families or people who like to travel with all their friends, take a look at the Greyhawk or Redhawk models, with options for sleeping 10 to 11 people. You can move up a step in durable luxury and power with a V6 turbo diesel engine in the Melbourne Class C. And for the ultimate camping and road trip experience, Jayco has the Seneca option with a Cummins ISB diesel engine and a Freightliner M2 chassis. If you’ve been dreaming about getting into the RV lifestyle with a motorhome of your own, a Class C may be the perfect way to get the best quality at the best price, especially if you want an economical way to travel with your whole gang. Queue up a little road trip music, and start thinking about what you could do this summer in your own Class C motorhome.

If you have any questions, give us call.

RV Trips: Waterfall Chasing in Oregon

We don’t like to brag (Okay, yes we do!), but our home state is blessed with some of the most gorgeous country for RVing in all of North America. That’s why Oregon continually gets voted as the best state to RV in. And one of the must-sees if you’re planning an Oregon vacation, is our amazing waterfalls! We’ve got hundreds of them, including quite a number of spectacular waterfalls right here in Lane County, near Guaranty RV. A lot of these beauties are easily accessible or offer drive-up viewpoints, so they’re excellent destinations even if you aren’t interested in taking a hike. If you are interested in strapping on your hiking boots, your options open up even wider. There are so many waterfalls to choose from, you might find it hard to know where to begin. Fortunately, a lot of waterfall-loving Oregonians have already done the legwork for you and you’ll find all kinds of information online, like this article, “ The 25 greatest waterfalls in Oregon” from OregonLive, or these must-see waterfall guides at Travel Oregon.

Our waterfalls are such a part of the Oregon landscape, and RVing is such a piece of the state’s history, that it’s no surprise they go well together—whether you’re planning a road trip around your favorite waterfall destinations, or you’d rather just settle into a great campsite and use it as your homebase to explore the area.

If You Love Waterfalls, Check Out These RV Resorts & Parks


There are three destinations to keep in mind for your next RV vacation if you’re looking to combine a great RV campsite with access to waterfalls. Two of these will give you multiple falls to choose from, and the third offers peace, tranquility and waterfalls close at hand.

Silver Falls State Park

This is the place to be for active RVers who love to hike, bike and otherwise get close to nature. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s, Silver Falls State Park is called the Crown Jewel of the Oregon State Parks system. At 9,200 hundred acres, it is our largest state park and features a remarkable number of waterfalls, trails and other recreational opportunities in its more than 25 miles of backcountry. Whether you love hiking, biking, swimming or horseback riding, you’ll find your own personal paradise at this state park. If you’re not looking for quite that much strenuous activity, however, take the Trail of Ten Falls for a more moderate, hike that takes you past some of the most famously beautiful waterfalls in the U.S. The trail winds behind South Falls as well, for a dramatic view of the backside of a “plunge” fall. As you can imagine, this is a favorite destination for families, and you’ll find a wonderful day-use area that includes lawns, barbecue stands, a playground, picnic shelters, a creek and more.

Silver Falls State Park is also a great homebase for a longer stay. You’ll be in the center of Oregon wine country and in close proximity to some of Oregon’s most charming historical towns including Silverton, Stayton and Mt. Angel.

Located just 25 miles from the state capitol of Salem, Silver Falls is easy to get to from Interstate 5, and is open all year. There are more than 100 RV sites that range from 40 to 84 feet long (mostly back in sites). About half of the sites have 50 amp full hookups. There are also ADA Standard campsites available for RVers who need more accessibility. There are hot showers for your convenience and you’ll find an RV dump station at the North Falls group camp, just three miles from the main campground. You’ll find more details about Silver Falls State Park campsites, RV length, reservations, etc. at Reserve America.

Multnomah Falls and Ainsworth State Park

The Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge has the greatest concentration of waterfalls in North America. Along the Historic Columbia River Highway, you can see five waterfalls in the short distance between Corbett and Dodson alone, including the famous 620-foot Multnomah Falls. Multnomah Falls is the most visited recreation site in the Pacific Northwest, partly because the waterfall is so dramatic while also being very accessible. You can hike up closer if you’re looking for some exercise, but you can also see this fall from the comfort of your RV if you want.

Whether you’re looking to relax by a campfire, swim in a river, hike in the woods, catch a fish, or photograph the plunge of a waterfall, the Columbia River Gorge area has something for everyone, including a host of must-see’s like the Bonneville Lock and Dam, fish hatcheries, the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum, and more. And you’ll find great places to enjoy local food and drink as well.

Ainsworth State Park, on the eastern end of the Historic Columbia River Highway, is a wonderful place for RVers to call home while visiting the Gorge. Located just four miles from Multnomah Falls trailhead and lodge, this forested campground is convenient to get to and is close to all the sites you’ll want to visit. It offers 40 full-hookup campsites, including one ADA Standard site campsite. Sites range from 32 to 83 feet, and include both back-in sites and pull-through. There are flush toilets, showers, universal access and a dump station in the campground. Hikers will love the fact that this park gives you easy access to Nesmith Point Trail—follow it to see the basalt monolith, St. Peter’s Dome, towering over the Columbia River. And for those of you who like the view, but don’t like hiking, there is an accessible scenic overlook that will give you a wonderful view of the Gorge. There is also a creek at one end of the park so you can cool off on hot days. Get more details about Ainsworth State Park at Reserve America.

Joe Creek Waterfall and the Grants Pass KOA

You might not think of a KOA as a great place to hang out at a waterfall, but the Grants Pass KOA will surprise you. Formerly known as Joe Creek Waterfalls RV Resort, this KOA offers swimming holes in the summer, waterfalls year round, and is a great place to call home while you explore Oregon’s Rogue River area. The Rogue River is just 15 minutes from the campground, and is so amazing it has been designated as a National Wild and Scenic River. It’s the perfect place to get back to nature with prime hiking and fishing areas, but also ideal for jetboat excursions, whitewater rafting and other adventures. And when you’ve had all the fun you can manage, you can head back to your RV at the Grants Pass KOA and have a perfect place to unwind in a peaceful setting with beautiful views all around. Take a short walk to see the waterfall and enjoy a bracing dip in one of the three swimming holes. Or just sit by Jump Off Joe Creek sipping your drink of choice and enjoy some well earned down time. (Want to know where the name Jump Off Joe Creek came from? Here you go.)

The Grants Pass KOA has a fully stocked general store and propane for your convenience, but if you need more supplies or you’re looking for a good place to do some antiquing or therapeutic shopping, Grants Pass is only nine miles away and has a lovely historic downtown. Be sure to head into town on a Saturday to enjoy the weekly farmer’s market.

The Grants Pass KOA has 46 wooded RV and tent sites, most of which are pull-through sites. The largest site is 70 feet. They offer full hookups, 30 and 50 amp service, Wi-Fi, showers, laundry and more. Explore the campground website to learn more.

We know we shouldn’t brag, but it’s hard not to when we live in such a natural paradise that also welcomes RVers. Come visit us and do some waterfall chasing; you’ll be glad you did. And while you’re at it, come on by Guaranty RV in Junction City and say hi.

If you have any questions, we’re here to help.

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