Sharing outdoor experiences with your family can be easier with your own recreational vehicle. O’Connor RV in Chilliwack has a wide selection of styles and sizes to choose from.

Dreaming of getaways? The great outdoors await

Chilliwack RV experts make camping outings, other road trips easier for you and your family

Are you looking to recreate such memorable childhood experiences as camping in the forest or spending time at the lake, for yourself or your children? It may be time to consider ways you can do that.

Rod Siemens, general manager of O’Connor RV in Chilliwack, says many couples – especially those with children still at home – are inquiring about recreational vehicles as a way to enjoy similar getaways.

“Over the past five years, we’ve seen that more younger people have more disposable income, and they want to experience the outdoors with their kids,” he says.

Whether you’re just looking or have already purchased, here’s some reasons to visit O’Connor RV now:

  • Discount alert With the 2019 models of RVs having arrived, room needs to be made on the lot, and that involves clearing out the 2018 models. Stop by and check out the range of RVs, from trailers to motorhomes, that have been marked down in price as part of the Winter Clearance Sale.
  • Quality pre-owned units If you’re shopping with a tight budget, you might just find what you’re looking for among O’Connor’s selection of well-maintained used trailers, campers and motorhomes.
  • Servicing gets you ready With full service and parts departments on site, O’Connor’s experienced staff can help you get your RV ready for the upcoming season, from checking the brakes to ensuring your doors and windows seal tight.
  • Not sure about size? You can browse by class of RV on O’Connor RV’s website, simply look for the “Browse Our RV’s” row near the top of the page.

Family owned business a part of your community

John O’Connor and his staff began satisfying your RV needs more than 30 years ago in Chilliwack. Now with son Shane at the helm, they continue to do so in a low-pressure, comfortable way that makes shopping easy for you. Not only does the dealership work with customers from around the Fraser Valley, Siemens says, people come here from around British Columbia to find RVs, from Vanderhoof to Victoria.

You’re invited to stop by the lot on Yale Road and discover how you can hit the open road and experience the great outdoors in a new – or familiar – way this year. You can also follow O’Connor RV on Facebook.

 

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