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Recreational Vehicles in Needles
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A Auto Care - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-3688
Calizona RV Park - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-5679
Havasu Landing Resort & Casino - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 858-4593
Hilltop Texaco - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-5300
Moabi Regional Park - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-3831
Needles KOA Campground - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-4207
Needles Marina Park - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-2197
Northshore RV Resort - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-5111
River Toys Boat & RV Storage - Needles, CA - Phone: (760) 326-6363
Helpful Definition for: Recreational Vehicles
Recreational Vehicles are more commonly referred to as RVs. Recreational vehicles are motor vehicles which are used for vacationing or for other recreational purposes. These vehicles are provided with amenities like kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, etc, and are generally found stationed in RV parking lots. Recreational vehicles are also sometimes used for living purpose, other than for recreational purpose.
There are mainly two types of recreational vehicles in Needles,viz, motorized recreational vehicles or motorhome ,and towable recreational vehicles. Motorhomes are used for transportation as well as for living purposes and come in various shapes and sizes. Towable RVs need a pickup truck for carrying them from one place to another. The motorized recreational vehicles in Needles are more expensive than the towable ones.
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