The Latest RV Arrivals


Here at CCRV, we’re constantly updating our lot with the latest and greatest RVs on the market. We’ve just brought in a huge selection of brand new travel trailers that are exactly what you need to make the most of the summer RV season. The following are just a few of the many new arrivals here at CCRV, so you’ll have to stop in and see us in Corpus Christi to view them all.

2016 Forest River Rockwood 2702

This brand-new 2016 Forest River Rockwood offers 32-feet of space for you and all of your fellow campers. This travel trailer is equipped with some of the industry’s latest amenities and technologies, including residential kitchen appliances, stainless steel fixtures, a spacious residential-style bathroom, night shades, plenty of overhead storage space, bunks for the kids and so much more. If you’re seeking more family fun this summer, this Rockwood 2702 will help you find it.

2016 Keystone Cougar 30RL1

The Keystone name is one of the most trusted in the RV industry, and the Cougar 30RL1 lives up to the hype. This luxurious travel trailer is one that you can travel with year-round. You’re bound to fall in love with the comfortable queen bed, multiple wardrobes, power awning, residential appliances, interior and exterior speakers, hardwood cabinetry, a kitchen island and all of the other luxuries that will turn this RV into your dream home on wheels.

2017 Prime Time Avenger 28RKS

Be one of the first travelers on the road with the 2017 Prime Time Avenger 28RKS. This affordable yet luxurious RV is elegant inside and out. The spacious U-shaped dinette, residential living area with lounge chairs and sofa, unique L-shaped kitchen, dual basin sink, cozy master bedroom and flat-screen TV are just a few of the many amenities you’ll notice the moment you step inside this budget-friendly home on wheels.

See all of these top quality RVs and dozens of others right here at CCRV in Corpus Christi.

New RV Arrivals at CCRV


Here at CCRV, we’re always receiving the industry’s latest and greatest RVs. The spring season has brought in a wide selection of brand new travel trailers, motorhomes and fifth wheels that are ready to be driven away for unbelievably low prices. The following are a few of our favorites, but you’ll have to log onto or stop in and see us to view them all.

2016 Forest River Cedar Creek 38FB2

The Forest River Cedar Creek is the luxury fifth wheel you need to stay on the road longer or even enjoy a full-time RV lifestyle. The Cedar Creek’s high-end residential touches, like a full oven, entertainment center, electric fireplace, Bluetooth stereo, furnace, comfort fan, LED lighting, hardwood cabinetry and solid surface countertops, are guaranteed to make you feel at home everywhere you travel.

2016 Keystone Cougar 26RBI

Many travelers are convinced that travel trailers can’t be as luxurious as motorhomes or fifth wheels. The 2016 Keystone Cougar is changing travelers’ expectations with the highest-end residential touches and top-notch maneuverability for an affordable price. Travelers enjoy residential stainless steel appliances, LED lighting, an LCD HDTV, outdoor speakers, a kitchen island, solid surface countertops, a power awning, overhead cabinetry, a comfortable queen mattress and countless other features that are only expected in RVs with much higher price tags.

2017 Coachmen Leprechaun 220QBF

Turn heads on all of your travels with the new 2017 Coachmen Leprechaun 220QBF. This RV is barely off of the manufacturers lot, and all of its brand-new features can be yours today. This Class C motorhome offers all of the amenities of a luxury Class A motor coach in a more convenient and affordable package. A comfortable U-shaped dinette, hardwood cabinetry, residential appliances, a full dry bathroom and plenty of storage space make this RV the only vehicle you need to enjoy the best spring and summer travel seasons yet.

The 2016 Prime Time Spartan 300


If you’re looking to upgrade your RV lifestyle in 2016, the new Prime Time Spartan 300 could be exactly what you’re seeking. This luxurious and convenient toy hauler fifth wheel offers all of the space you need to spread out and enjoy extended amounts of time on the road. A long list of high-end features and a massive garage area make it easy for you to stay comfortable while bringing your outdoor toys along for even more adventure.

High-Quality Features Inside and Out

The 2016 Prime Time Spartan 300 is loaded with luxurious from front to back, inside and out. Travelers enjoy the comfort and convenience of air conditioning, a generator, enclosed water tank, residential kitchen appliances, flat-screen TVs, day/night shades, a comfortable queen bed, a dual basin sink, hardwood cabinetry, easy-care flooring and tons of overhead cabinetry for additional storage space.

The power awning, screen door, durable cargo area flooring, fuel station with 12-volt pump, Solid Stance oversized landing pads, hydraulic front landing gear, dual 30-gallon fuel tanks, Sony exterior audio sound control and long list of other top-quality exterior features ensure that you enjoy your RV lifestyle whether you’re cruising down the road or lounging at the campsite.

The Spartan 300 Floorplan

The 2016 Prime Time Spartan 300 is available right here at CCRV in Corpus Christi. This spacious and comfortable floorplan features a full private bedroom at the front of the RV, a large bathroom with dual medicine cabinets, a residential kitchen and living area sofa bed. The cargo area at the rear of the RV easily transforms from a garage into an additional bedroom or living space, while the cargo door expands into a spacious porch for long days spent outside.

Get an Unbelievable Deal

The 2016 Prime Time Spartan 300 is now on sale here at CCRV. Log online, give us a call or stop in and see us to find out more about our special reduced price today.

The 2016 Keystone Fuzion


The 2016 Keystone Fuzion is shaking up the toy hauler industry. This stylish yet rugged home on wheels is loaded with custom furniture, high-end cabinetry and a garage space that’s designed specifically for your outdoor lifestyle. Keystone is often regarded as the hottest RV brand in the industry, so it’s no wonder the Fuzion is taking toy haulers to the next level.

11 Unique Floorplan Options

The 2016 Fuzion is available in such a wide range of floorplan options, you’ll probably have a hard time deciding which one to choose. Floorplans range from those with massive living areas and side patios to those with king beds, two bathrooms, fireplaces, multiple flat-screen TVs, and even two sets of opposing sofas in the cargo space. Whether you’re seeking a huge cargo area for multiple ATVs or motorcycles or simple enough garage space to keep your kayaks or surfboards out of your hair, there’s a 2016 Fuzion to suit your specific needs.

The Highest End Features

The 2016 Keystone Fuzion doesn’t sacrifice luxuries for cargo room. Travelers are guaranteed to be wowed by the Fuzion Central Command Center, solid cherry cabinetry, solid surface countertops, multiple sky windows, premium Bluetooth compatible entertainment center, recessed LED lighting, multiple cable TV connections, residential mattresses, 12 or 18-cubic foot refrigerator, residential cabinet hardware and countless other features that immediately turn this RV into your dream vacation home.

A Better Cargo Space

The garage area of the Keystone Fuzion puts its competitors to shame. Outdoor enthusiasts are guaranteed to love the 5K Inter-Lock System, gas and oil resistant Tuff-Ply flooring, night shades, washer and dryer prep, metal RAM air vents, spring-assisted ramp door, safety glass patio door with privacy curtain, dual electric beds and fuel station with 12-volt pump. An outdoor shower, exterior speakers and electric one-touch awning take your outdoor lifestyle to new extremes.

Tour the 2016 Keystone Fuzion right here at CCRV in Corpus Christi and start your new adventure lifestyle today.

The 2015 Starcraft Comet Hardside


Pop-up campers are a more practical, comfortable and reliable solution to tent camping. However, some pop-ups aren’t easy to tow or set up. That’s not the case with the 2015 Starcraft Comet Hardside camper. This RV is a breeze to set up at the campsite, and it’s so comfortable you’ll never want to use a tent again.

The 2015 Comet Floorplans

The Comet Hardside is available in an impressive eight floorplan options to suit a wide range of campers. The smallest floorplan, the H1232, features a full bed, dinette, three-burner range, sink and microwave. An abundance of storage space makes your travels more comfortable than ever before.

If you need more space for friends and family, the 22.5-foot-long H1235FD features a massive front storage deck, a huge convertible U-shaped dinette, a full bathroom with shower, a refrigerator with storage cabinet, a three-burner range and a residential sink.

Whichever 2015 Starcraft Comet Hardside floorplan you choose, you’re guaranteed to be amazed by how much better your camping experiences can be.

High-End Standard Features

The 2015 Starcraft Comet is outfitted with so many high-end features, you’ll find it hard to believe you’re traveling in a compact pop-up camper. Travelers enjoy three tinted skylights with shades, Evergreen mattresses with bedspreads, an AM/FM stereo with outside speaker, a stainless-steel carry-out stove, window drapes, non-sliding dinette cushions and a 10,000-BTU Cool Cat heat pump. Wherever you are inside your new RV, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the luxuries of choosing a Comet over other pop-up campers.

Top-Quality Construction

The exterior of the 2015 Starcraft Comet Hardside is just as luxurious as the interior with laminated fiberglass sidewalls, dark-tinted safety glass windows, an outdoor grill, outside shower, E-Z lube torsion axles, a fiberglass laminated roof and countless other features that set this pop-up camper above the rest.

Tow It Away Today

You can start your new RV lifestyle with the Comet Hardside today at CCRV. We have a number of Comet Hardside models in stock, so give us a call, log online or stop in and see us to find out more.

The 2015 Forest River Work and Play


Forest River Work and Play toy haulers offer travelers the best of both worlds — a luxurious RV experience with plenty of room for ATVs, motorcycles or other outdoor toys. The cargo area is spacious and rugged while the living quarters provide everything you need to live comfortably on the road.

2015 Work and Play Floorplans

The 2015 Work and Play is available in 12 fifth wheel floorplans and 25 travel trailer floorplans to give travelers a huge array of options. Whether you’re searching for an ultra lightweight, compact travel trailer for weekend excursions or a luxurious fifth wheel with high-end amenities and a massive, separate cargo area, you’re guaranteed to find a 2015 Work and Play that will exceed your expectations.

Your Home Away from Home

Whichever Work and Play floorplan you choose, you’re guaranteed to be wowed by the luxurious features that come standard in every model. Travelers who choose a Work and Play fifth wheel enjoy a full residential-style kitchen, an 84-inch interior height, screwed cabinetry, a power awning, an exterior shower, nitro-filled tires, an optional fuel station and countless other touches that make traveling with your toys more enjoyable than ever.

All Work and Play travel trailers are equipped with an 8-cubic-foot refrigerator, a microwave oven, 6 gallon DSI water heater, porcelain toilet, choice of two interiors, an 84-inch interior height, night shades, tinted windows, rubber flooring in the cargo area, a ramp door rated up to at least 2,500 pounds and an array of other features and options that allow you to customize your travel experience. Each 2015 Work and Play model is designed to be as comfortable as it is practical.

Upgrade Your RV Lifestyle Today

Work and Play travel trailers and fifth wheels help you enjoy your RV lifestyle more than ever before. Come tour a variety of 2015 Work and Play models right here at CCRV, and start your new, more adventurous RV travel experience today.

There’s a Comet heading your way!

There’s a Comet heading your way!

CCRV has the Comet Hardside series in stock. Comet trailers feature solid construction, with a heavy-duty A-frame, vacu-bonded fiberglass walls and a Structure wood floor that’s sealed with a Darco underbelly. E-Z Lube torsion axles help make towing a breeze, and the standard refrigerator, microwave and three-burner cooktop are much appreciated while in camp. Three out of the four floorplans in the Comet Series feature storage decks. Not only do you get the 2 year warranty from starcraft but also get the lifetime warranty from CCRV!


POP-UP-starcraftExt. Length    18’ 8”

Ext. Width    7’ 1”

Ext. Height, travel/in camp    5’ 2” / 8’ 2”

Int. Height, in camp    8’

Freshwater Cap.    23 gal.

Black-/Gray-water Cap.    N/A

LP-gas Cap.    10 gal.

Hitch Weight    220 lbs.

GVWR    3,250 lbs.

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Discoveries For New RVers

Discoveries For New RVers

Every new RVer eventually discovers …Your first RV is a training rig. It teaches you how you will really use an RV; whether you will spend more time traveling or sitting in a campground.

This is the vehicle that lets you discover where you can go and what you can do. You learn how many days per year you will use your RV and the number of miles you will travel in a year’s time.

It teaches you about driving, backing and leveling; how the size and weight of your rig affects road handling, and how it determines what roads you can travel and where you can camp.

Your training rig teaches you how the electric, plumbing and propane systems work; how to hook up the utilities at a campground and how to dump your holding tanks. You learn how to use the self-containment features and the self-containment capacities you really need.

It helps you discover whether you prefer the convenience of full-service RV parks or drycamping in primitive campgrounds.

Your training rig teaches you how to equip, furnish and pack an RV. You learn just how much interior storage space (closets, cabinets, drawers) you really need (is there ever enough?). It reveals how critical the size and accessibility of the outside storage bays can be and the importance of cargo-carrying capacity and towing capabilities.

It helps you determine what floorplan, features and accessories would best suit your RVing lifestyle and needs. Your first RV becomes your basis of comparison when you look for your next RV.

And if you come to the conclusion that you enjoy RVing, there will most certainly be a next RV.

Bigger is not necessarily better. Everyone would love to have the space, storage and comfort of the larger rigs. At the same time we want the agility and economy of the smaller ones.

If you are going to spend weeks or months at a time parked in an RV park, the larger, more spacious rig is your vehicle of choice. On the other hand, if you are going to spend the majority of your time in remote or primitive campgrounds, the smaller, more agile RV will probably be more appropriate.

There are a few other factors to consider when selecting the size of your RV.

Depending upon the type, size and weight of your rig, your state of residence might require you to pass a test and/or have a special endorsement on your driver’s license.

Many states have laws that limit the length of motorhomes on their highways to a maximum of 40 feet. Some states limit the length of two combined vehicles (truck and trailer, motorhome and car) to a maximum of 55 feet.


Wide-body vehicles (those over 96 inches wide) are restricted to designated highways in some states. A trucker’s atlas, available in most truck stops, will highlight those roads where it is permissible to drive a wide-body vehicle.

The legal weight limit on most interstates is 20,000 pounds on a single axle. Which explains the need for tandem axles on some of the larger motorhomes.

The ferry to Alaska charges by the linear foot and adds a 25% surcharge on those vehicles over 96 inches wide.

Older bridges, particularly covered bridges, frequently have weight limitations.

There are campgrounds and campsites that simply cannot accommodate the longer, higher and wider RVs.

So, while bigger RVs and their amenities can be more spacious and comfortable, smaller RVs are more versatile and less expensive.

You can always add expensive accessories later. A patio awning shades the RV’s curb-side wall and creates an outside living area. Window awnings do a dynamite job of preventing the heat of the sun from radiating through the glass. But look around, while most RVs are equipped with a patio awning, many RVers seem to survive just fine without the window awnings. If you come to the conclusion that window awnings would be worth the expense, you can always add them later.

A clothes washer/dryer is an expensive convenience. It will also take up storage space and add to the weight of your rig. Most campgrounds have a laundry room with coin-operated machines. If the RV has a cabinet plumbed to accept a washer, you can always add one later.

Solar panels use the power of the sun to charge your RV’s batteries. That’s great if you intend to spend a great deal of your time without an electric hookup. But many RVers spend only two or three days at a time camping self-contained. Their coach batteries are usually quite adequate for their needs. And it would not cost very much to install an additional battery or two if desired. You might consider buying an RV that is prewired for solar panels. That way you can always add the panels if you think you need them.

A generator consumes about a gallon of fuel an hour, is noisy and emits a smelly exhaust. But it will charge your batteries and, unlike solar panels, can create a sufficient amount of electricity to operate your air conditioner(s). This is a close judgment call. Many trailer owners seem to do without a generator, but most motorhome owner prefer not to.

Leveling jacks are a wonderful convenience. Press a button and the RV is leveled and stabilized. But RVers have been leveling their rigs with lengths of lumber for decades. Besides, even with automatic jacks, it is occasionally necessary to use a board or two to bring your rig to an even plane. Go for it if you can, but these wonderful devices, which can be installed later, are not necessarily a necessity.


Before purchasing a trailer, you should determine what type and size truck will be needed to tow it. Realize that every vehicle has a limit to the amount of weight it can carry and tow. Identify the trailer you think you want to buy. Ascertain its gross vehicle weight rating and its tongue (or pin) weight. Then find a tow vehicle that, according to its manufacturer, is more than capable of carrying, pulling and stopping the weight of that fully loaded trailer.

Where a new RVer can get additional information about RVs and RVing. A variety of information sources are available for avid RVers. Here are a few to get you started.

Campground and/or RV Park Directory – A campground directory is a basic RVing tool. It provides an easy-to-follow system of maps and alphabetical listings which enable you to locate the RV parks and campgrounds in the area you wish to stay.

Some campground directories provide additional information such as state highway laws regulating RVs, bridge, tunnel and ferry restrictions and the location of disposal stations along major highways.

RV Magazines – You’ll be able to read about interesting places to go and things to see and do. How-to articles provide good information on improving, maintaining and repairing your rig. Technical and lifestyle experts respond to reader inquiries.

RV Clubs – The Good Sam RV Owners Club (800-234-3456) is the largest. RV clubs offer insurance programs, emergency roadside services and discounts at campgrounds. Membership usually includes a periodic magazine with informative articles and columns. Local RV clubs schedule weekend trips throughout the year. What better way to discover the campgrounds in your area.

RV Accessory Store or Catalog – Most RV accessory stores will have a magazine and book rack. RV accessory catalogs also offer RVing books and will keep you abreast of the latest in accessories and gadgets.

Libraries and Book Stores – Look under Camping, Motorhomes, Recreation, Recreation Vehicles and Travel Trailers.

Computer Internet Websites – A little “surfing” will produce a number of websites with information from manufacturers, dealers, campgrounds, clubs and more. A good place to start is

Visitor Welcome Centers – Most states provide a visitor welcome center near their borders. Look for them in rest areas as enter each state. Go inside to the counter and ask for a state road map and a state parks & campgrounds directory.

Other RVers – They are the friendliest, most helpful people you can meet.


Enjoy The Journey! by Joe and Vicki Kieva

2015 Prime Time Crusader

The 2015 Prime Time Crusader sets a higher standard in the fifth wheel industry. The company set out with a goal of creating a luxurious fifth wheel that was designed with “out of the box” thinking to set it above all others in its class. As a result, the 2015 Prime Time Crusader includes product innovations that have never been seen in the industry before.

Innovative Fifth Wheel Features

The 2015 Prime Time Crusader is full of innovative features that are designed to make your RV lifestyle better than ever before. The Crusader’s 88-degree turning radius, LG solid surface countertops, bus-style baggage doors, Eternabound construction, Ground Control auto leveling system, Quiet Cool air conditioner, universal docking center, extended drip spouts, wide entry door, pots and pans drawer and countless other new-age touches ensure all of your travels are comfortable and convenient.

2015 Crusader Floorplans

This 2015 fifth wheel comes in four Crusader Lite floorplans and 15 traditional Crusader floorplans, so you can find a layout that’s designed perfectly for your needs. Whether you’re seeking two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a massive residential kitchen, more living space or even an outdoor kitchen, there’s a 2015 Crusader floorplan that has all of the space and amenities your family desires on the road.

Designed for Comfort

The 2015 Prime Time Crusader was created to be even more comfortable than a brick-and-mortar home, so you never want to stop exploring. Touches like solid cherry hardwood cabinets, pleated shades, vinyl flooring, residential appliances, upgraded carpet, designer bedspreads, polished nickel fixtures and countless other residential-style features ensure you always feel at home in your fifth wheel.

Come Tour It Today

The only way to fully understand the innovations included in the Crusader is to see it for yourself. We have a number of 2015 Prime Time Crusader floorplans right here on our lot at CCRV in South Texas. Stop in and see us Monday through Saturday to find out how you can tow this RV away for an unbelievable price today.

Budget-Friendly RVs at CCRV

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The RV lifestyle isn’t just for travelers interested in luxury Class A motorhomes. It’s a lifestyle for all types of people on all types of budgets, and our lot here at CCRV is overflowing with comfortable, convenient and affordable RVs.

The following are some of the top new and used RVs available right now at CCRV for door-busting prices.

2015 Starcraft Autumn Ridge 16BH

Convinced you can’t have a brand-new RV for a price that won’t break the bank? It’s time you come tour the Starcraft Autumn Ridge travel trailer. This 17-foot-long travel trailer comes loaded with the Customer Convenience Package, a 6-gallon water heater, microwave, water heater bypass system, electric awning, stabilizer jacks and all of the conveniences you’ve learned to love on the road. The Autumn Rdge’s MSRP is just $15,488, but we’re offering a drastically lower price to interested parties, so give us a call to find out more today.

2007 Starcraft 1900SD

It pays to buy a used RV when it’s in pristine condition like the 2007 Starcraft 1900SD we have on our lot at CCRV. This spacious travel trailer comes with five-star features like an outdoor patio area, bathtub, residential-style kitchen and comfortable sleeping spaces. The price was originally $9,995, but if you call CCRV in Corpus Christi, you can drive away with this 2007 Starcraft for an unbeatable price today.

2009 Forest River Wildwood

When you’re looking to dive into the full-time RV lifestyle but don’t want to spend your entire savings, CCRV is the place to shop. This 2009 Forest River Wildwood offers all of the comforts and conveniences of a brick-and-mortar home for your life on the road. From the residential-style kitchen to the booth dinette, comfortable living area and private bedroom, you can enjoy all of the luxuries of your dream RV for a fraction of the price.

The deals don’t stop there. Budget-friendly RVs come in and out of our lot on a daily basis, and if you want to get your RV lifestyle started, our qualified staff members will help you find a fun, comfortable and affordable RV to get you on the road sooner than you ever expected.