In the News – USA Adventure Gear Opts For Delavan Ag Pump | RV Business

Delavan Ag Pumps Partners with USA Adventure Gear, Providing a Quality, Reliable NSF Listed Diaphragm Pump Solution with the Yukon 12 Volt Water Pump. Press Release – Sept 30, 2016 Jerry Krenning, President of USA Adventure Gear, needed to find a quality manufacturer of American made water pumps.  After perusing a reputable RV trade magazine, […]

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Colorado Fall Foliage – Where to go

By: The Denver Channel Sept 2016 The first day of fall is next week, but the leaves have already started turning. Many people are wondering where to go to see the best Colorado fall foliage viewing so here is our guide to the gold! Kenosha Pass Kenosha Pass on Highway 285 between Grant and Jefferson is […]

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4 Colorado Scenic Byways 2 hours from Denver

by Denise Krenning July 2016 Colorado summers are about road trips and exploring the outdoors on a hike or in a tent or RV. When you can’t get away for the whole weekend, the best next thing is a beautiful drive in on Colorado’s Scenic Byways. Right now, the heat is on so getting away […]

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Which Water Pump is Right for You?

By Tom Burden How do they work? Water pumps are used to move liquids (water) from one point to another, including in and out of the boat or RV. Depending on your need, the pump you chose is critical for the job. There are four general pump designs, each with specific characteristics, strengths and weaknesses. Which […]

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4 National Parks within 8 hours drive of Denver CO

By Denise Krenning   We are blessed to live in Colorado and the beauty of living in Denver is you can visit 4 National Parks under 8 hours of drive time. That’s pretty impressive but can be daunting if you’re planning a road trip.  We had a total of 5 days for this road trip […]

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USA Adventure Gear’s Favorite Roadtrip

Highway 12 Road Trip: A Journey through Time Scenic Byway Created by Roadtrippers – March 19th 2016 Utah’s Highway 12 Scenic Byway is a stunning Southwest journey between Capital Reef National Park and Bryce Canyon. This stretch of road has been designated as an “All American Road” and it’s been enchanting travelers with its colorful, rocky landscape […]

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Two Stepping to Rv’ing Full Time

By Denise Krenning May 3, 2016 Years ago, (like many years) we met a couple at a Rocky Mtn National Park Campground. We were camping with the kids just for the weekend since we are fortunate enough to live 1 hour away. This couple, Jack and Helen, had setup camp and came over to chat […]

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Camping in Colorado

By Denise Krenning The secret is out (if it ever was a secret) about Colorado Camping.  Thousands of campsites in Colorado exist and with so many campground locations, it should be easy to find a tranquil spot to setup a tent or RV and get relax into the simplicity of nature but where to start? It’s a […]

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Camping in Colorado – 5 Stunning Places to Pitch Your Tent

By: Denise Krenning When you’ve lived in Colorado for most of your life, you find places where each summer, they call you back time and time again. The problem is in Colorado, our beautiful outdoor playroom has more trails to hike, more mountains to climb and more camping to do than summer allows. So each […]

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What to expect in the year of The National Park Centennial. Can you say “Crowds?”

By Denise Krenning (Photo credit FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images) The National Park Centennial in 2016 is something to celebrate! Many of the country’s most prominent national parks, including the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and Zion, set new visitation records in 2015. Each year the crowds continue to grow but this year, 2016 has an additional burden. […]

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