Back in April, we had the pleasure of sharing some of our campers with Cincinnati Refined. We set them up at East Fork Lake and writer, Hannah Purnell and crew stayed the night exploring. Click here for a great article and amazing eye candy! Thanks to Cincinnati Refined for sharing our story.
Thanks to Heather Rader (OhioGirlTravels.com) we were featured in a great article on Ohio.org. Heather and her husband stayed in Bette right at the beginning of this year’s camping season. You can tell from the pictures the foliage hadn’t quite kicked in yet and it was a little chilly. But they were real troopers and
We here at Route Fifty Campers are busy gearing up for a great season of camping. Sure, we’ve already seen some campers this year, but we’re typically not in full swing until mid-May. So, until then and in-between current guests we’re painting, re-greasing bearings, checking tires and propane lines, cleaning out water tanks, freshening up
About 8 months ago Alex Suckow from WLWT put together a really cool r50c promo video that was shared on social media. This short video got us a lot of attention and we still get a kick out of seeing it. It’s fun to see our progress too. At the time it was created
Now that we’re updating our website, we thought now would be a good time to populate the Blog with some content from the past. We have been very fortunate to get some love by some big players here in Cincinnati! This article, published both in the print and online magazine, was accompanied by a great
Not everybody who camps wants to rough it. Heck, we sure don’t. That’s why we offer gorgeously renovated vintage travel trailers. Unique – check. Comfortable – check. Here are some suggestions to help you live in luxury on your camping trip with Route Fifty Campers. 1. Meal planning and advanced prep. Okay, you might have to do a
Check out our fun, found infographic with some interesting facts and non-facts about those pesky little blood suckers.
The FAN Coach Company was founded in May 1954 by Franklin A. Newcomer somewhere in Indiana, the exact location seems to be somewhat of a mystery, but probably northern Indiana. Newcomer used his initials to name the company and set up the first factory in a barn. The very first FAN, a 14 ft. model equipped with a 2-burner