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As a camping enthusiast, this was a neat place to go to. It's not very big, but where else can you see & go in some vintage campers!?! Lots of info upstairs if you are restoring an older camper. Yes, it's a little pricey for the size, but hey they are restoring 'gems'!!
Not going to lie, the entry fee of $8 seemed a little steep for what you get, but I suppose when in Rome. Fun to look at the old vintage campers and trailers. If you're going through this area you might as well stop by.
Great snapshot of RV history
This museum was a blast. I love camping and looking at campers, especially old ones like this that you don't see anymore. I also built my teardrop camper, so to see some of these home built rigs was awesome! I loved this place! They will also let you bring your dog in as long as you carry it or have a stroller for it. It was nice to be able to look around and not have to rush because the dog was in the car. Great stop!!
Super friendly staff and well worth the entry fee. You get to see the worlds oldest RV which is just the start of an amazing place I would recommend strongly that everyone go there at least once
Admission was on the pricey side but we thoroughly enjoyed seeing the vintage RVs and trailers, especially some of the clever ideas used in the past. Very clean, take as long as you want to view it all.
This was sooo cool! Even the kids loved it (ages 10&8)! You got to get inside a lot of the old school campers too!! Def worth the entry fee!!! Also loved the gift shop area too!
Deceptively interesting. I don't own an RV and never grew up traveling in on, but I love all things retro and vintage, and their collection of old-school campers and RVs were drool-worthy.
We loved this place. It was really interesting seeing how camping has evolved over the years. You could even walk into some of the campers. Considering how much it must have cost to buy all these vintage campers, the $8 per person entry fee was within reason. Would definitely recommend this. Not your usual museum.
Entry fee is up now to $10 but I think it is truly worthy it.
We are not RVers but were driving through I-80 and were looking for something to break the monotony with, without going too far out of the way. I'd found something called the Quilt Gardens in the area and with all its hype and websites and glory, I could find zero (0) information about any of the gardens being visible, even partially, by simply driving around and not getting out of one's vehicle. Guess what. Nobody seems to know that. So the Quilt Gardens' loss was the RV & Motorhome Hall of Fame's gain and we don't regret it one bit.
Several of these magnificent residences on wheels are so much better than our static homes.
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