Rod Siemens, general manager at O’Connor RV in Chilliwack, invites you to drop by and check out the broad selection of new and used models in stock. Your new summer holiday ride may be waiting for you.

Rod Siemens, general manager at O’Connor RV in Chilliwack, invites you to drop by and check out the broad selection of new and used models in stock. Your new summer holiday ride may be waiting for you.

RV adventures: Explore the country or your own backyard!

Get your spring and summer off to a good start with a visit to O’Connor RV in Chilliwack

With spring nearly here, are you busting to check out campsites and vacation spots?

Exploring from the comfort of your own RV offers exciting possibilities and a wide range of adventure choices, says Trenna Pennington with O’Connor RV in Chilliwack.

“It gives you a chance to explore our beautiful country – those hidden places you don’t know about,” she says. “Camping is a perfect way to experience everything from your own backyard to the national parks and small towns. It opens up the possibilities!”

Will your vehicle stand the test?

Part of the fun of hitting the open road is having an RV that suits your needs and purpose, Trenna says. “No matter if you’re a young family just beginning your RVing together, you’re experienced campers or maybe even retirees heading across country on that trip of a lifetime, the right vehicle can make a huge difference to how well you enjoy that getaway.”

Explore the many RV options

If you enjoyed a sneak peek of new vehicle models and camping products at the the recent Earlybird RV Show & Sale in Abbotsford, a visit to O’Connor RV in Chilliwack will offer an in-depth look at what’s available, including their huge selection of new and pre-owned motorhomes, campers and trailers. As Trenna says, you’re welcome to come down anytime and climb into the driver’s seat, sit down at a kitchen table or stretch out on a bed to experience exactly how it feels!

Spring a great time to stop in

At O’Connor RV, the entire dealership is getting ready for the coming RV season. That means you’ll not only discover clearance models on sale, but O’Connor’s parts and service departments also have their own springtime specials to help you prepare for those spring and summer adventures.

Bring in your rig for a de-winterizing treatment and interior/exterior inspection – and the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’ll be able to rely on your RV once you hit the road. And if you’re needing a replacement part or looking for some cool camping accessories, O’Connor RV has one of the largest parts departments around to help with that!

Get your RV dreams in motion

Visit seven days a week on Yale Road near the Lickman Road exit off Hwy. 1. To check out the current inventory or book a servicing, visit or call 250-792-2747, and follow the latest news on Facebook.

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