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Old 06-05-2013, 05:08 AM
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Plz help me understand the prices on campers. Im using campingworld.com for prices.
My question is why are the prices for campers so much cheaper on the EastCoast compared to Colorado/New Mexico prices. Is it a mold thing? Do the campers on the coast degrade quickly from the humidity? You guys just have a huge over supply issue? No body go's campin out there?
If you go to the sales section and just put in used 5th wheel you wont find a CO/NM or surrounding area until page 8! Im gonna replace my bumper pull in the next 5 years and I bet ya Im gonna end up on the east coast pickin up a trl.
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Old 06-05-2013, 08:51 AM
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I can tell you this. When we went camping on Memorial Day I could not believe how many tt were going up and down the highway. I don't know the stats on this but if you google campgrounds in NC, SC, Va, Ga and Fla you would not believe how many campgrounds there are, I don't know how many but it's a lot. We researched before buying this last camper we have and thought about going used but the new price was too good for what we wanted. Go to craigslist in Charlotte and look at all the campers for sale there, you can find some really good deals and plenty to choose from. So you can say there is a huge supply of used campers here. When we brought our camper at Browns RV in Mcbee, SC, we could have drove to I believe it was Cincinnati, Oh and saved around $1500 because the manufacturing facility was close by and no transportation fee which maybe a factor in the cost of getting the campers out there. As far as humidity goes I don't really see that as being a factor in lower prices. Now that being said, you can go to Myrtle Beach and there are thousands of campers in storage down there. You call the campground, they will pull your camper and put it on a site for you. Now I would not want one of those campers after a life at the beach and all the salt in the air. Hopefully my ramblings have given you some insite on the east coast camping.
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