Have you heard about the RV Warranty Forever program you can get when you purchase a recreational vehicle from us here at Nielson RV? This offer is just one of the many ways we work to make every aspect of owning an RV better. So let’s check out all of the benefits you will have access to with our RV Warranty Forever!
Check out the amazing benefits of our RV Warranty Forever!
As a result of normal wear and tear, certain items on a recreational vehicle will need to be maintained, and with our Warranty Forever plan, more items than ever before will be taken care of. You’ll have coverage for every part of your RV including:
Air Conditioning, Heating, and LP Gas Systems
Kitchen Center Components and Deluxe Appliances
Interior and Exterior Components
Manual Leveling Jacks
With this many things covered, you can travel with more confidence knowing that your RV is in the best possible shape, and if anything were to happen, you will have the means to get it fixed quickly and without any trouble.
Get our RV Warranty Forever with the purchase of a travel trailer, fifth wheel, motorhome, or toy hauler.
No Cost to You
The most amazing thing about this warranty is not only that it lasts for the entire time you own the recreational vehicle but will come at no cost to you! On all of our travel trailers, fifth wheels, motorhomes, and toy haulers for sale, this warranty will always be included at the time of purchase!
Plus, anytime you need a repair done, the warranty will pay for 100% of the parts and labor costs! Many other warranties comes with a deductible that you have to pay whenever you have something that needs fixed, but with our plan, you will not be required to pay for anything.
We love being a step above our competition, and by offering the RV Warranty Forever policy for free with the purchase of a recreational vehicle from us, we are showing our customers just how much we care about them and their RVs. To learn more, be sure to contact us or come by our locations to see all of the ways we strive to make your RVing experience better than ever!
On the March 14th 2017 Nielson RV had the great opportunity to hand Charlotte Myers and her four small children an oversized “check” for $5,300. Nielson RV decided to contribute $100 from every RV sold in the month of February to Charlotte and her family to help with some of the financial struggles with battling cancer. “What a great feeling to know this money will help this young family.” says Katie Leavitt, the general manager of Nielson RV. “The Myers family is incredible, Charlotte is battling cancer and is determined to beat it! We are so grateful to be able to support her.”
Battling cancer is a challenge that nobody should have to face alone. At the start of the year Nielson RV’s owner Scott Nielson decided to start helping members of our community. “We looked at several opportunities to donate to large corporations, but we wanted to keep it in the community” – says Nielson.
Nielson RV is looking to find members of the community throughout the year that need help. “We wish we could help everyone, there is so much pain and hurt out there. We will do what we can to help.” says Nielson. “We really want to contribute and help make a sizeable donation to the communities in Southern Utah.”
Earlier in the year Nielson RV also donated $2,000 to Charlotte Myers Gofundme account. In addition Nielson RV will be a major sponsor for the Miles 4 Myers Race to Beat Breast Cancer, which will be Saturday May 12th from 7:00 am to 11:00 am at the Crosby Family Confluence Park in St. George, Utah. For more information on the event and to sign up go to www.miles4myers.com
Nielson RV has plans to expand 6 additional stores in Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana along the I-15, I-80, and I-90 corridors. Scott Nielson feels the RV Industry is missing the connection between the customer and service.
“Most RV entities are sales lots, nothing more. Furthermore, most are operating out of makeshift housing, modulars, outcrop buildings, old gas stations, or auto dealerships. Few RV dealership owners invest in their buildings and service centers to better provide for the RV’er” – Scott Nielson
Nielson wants to capitalize on the service areas and believes sales will naturally follow service. As owner of Nielson Development, he has the advantage of building large facilities very quickly and drastically under budget, which he believes gives him a unique advantage over his competitors.
Nielson RV started in Hurricane, Utah in the Fall of 1997 with Scott buying and selling used cars and occasionally RVs. In 2002 after incorporating into “Hurricane Valley Auto Mall”, Scott and his brother Mike moved into the “Old Produce Stand” in Hurricane Utah. In 2004, HVAM moved to the current location at 1210 West State Street in Hurricane and expanded to over 2 acres. After switching to RVs exclusively in 2005, Nielson RV continued its explosive growth, even expanding to a second location in St. George, Utah and is now one of the largest RV dealerships in the state. Adding over 50 jobs to the community and nearing $30,000,000 in total revenue.
Take a look at the gorgeous Grand Design Reflection fifth wheels for sale here at Nielson RV Supercenter! With 11 floorplans to choose from with each featuring anywhere from two to four slideouts, you can find more room for everyone and more amenities than ever before. Let’s take a closer look in this Grand Design Reflection fifth wheel review at three extra packages that will come standard on this amazing camper.
Check out our beautiful Grand Design Reflection Fifth Wheels!
Ultimate Power Package
Everywhere you look on the Grand Design Reflection, there will be more electronic features to make life on the road easier, and all of them come as part of the Ultimate Power Package. With the one-touch electric awning with LED lightstrip and one-touch auto leveling system, you can spend less time setting up the campsite and more time relaxing. And find more entertainment inside with the HD LED TV with swing arm!
The large interior is perfect for more standard, luxury features.
Peace of Mind Package
You will also love everything that comes with the Peace of Mind Package that comes standard on with the Reflection. This package brings more luxury to every room. Enjoy a higher quality kitchen complete with solid surface countertops, a residential pullout sprayer faucet, and a large double door fridge. Plus, the inclusion of a built in fireplace in the living room will create a perfectly cozy place to sit back and relax on the heated theatre seating.
Stay comfy in all weather with the built in fireplace and Arctic 4-Seasons Protection Package!
Arctic 4-Seasons Protection Package
One of the great things about having one of these fifth wheels is that, with the Arctic 4-Seasons Protection Package, it will be safe to use no matter what the weather outside is doing. Items such as the high capacity furnace and wiring for a 2nd bedroom air conditioning unit will allow you to better control the interior temperature. And for those things you cannot see, you can count on the heated and enclosed underbelly with circulating heat and duct heat in the pass thru storage space to keep everything safe from the elements.
Buying Land for an RV Park? Consider the Following
Americans are embracing the ability to travel to inexpensive locations and explore the great outdoors. This makes RV parks an attractive destination for many looking for a fun getaway. There are a number of areas that may look promising for an RV park but may not be zoned for such an undertaking. Much time and some considerations must go into choosing and buying land to create a successful RV park.
In addition to looking for a suitable location, and learning how much money may be required to build a RV park from scratch, there are other tips that may help entrepreneurs avoid potential challenges. What are some important considerations to purchasing land for the purpose of setting up an RV park?
Explore the following tips to understand more about land purchases for RV parks, as well as permitting and the approval process, for potential RV park owners.
Where to Buy
One step to make it easier to start an RV park is to find a spot with a foundation. Some choose to look for old campgrounds but this approach is not a guarantee that there may not be challenges in setting up a RV park. It may be necessary to redo the infrastructure, lay electrical lines underground or go through government agencies to have the area meet specific codes and local requirements.
It helps when prospective owners can do much of the work themselves and not have to hire out. However, some aspects, such as electrical and wiring, may need a licensed professional. Speaking with RV park owners can help prospective owners avoid pitfalls that may be specific to an area.
Permits, Regulations and the Approval Process
It has become harder for new entrepreneurs to get into the game. Additional permits and expenses add to the initial cost of setting up an RV park. Permit costs vary upon municipality. Some may find they need to go to the zoning board and township supervisors to find out about the specific rules about a location. Those who want to own an RV park need to know whether or not the land is zoned and what restrictions may exist.
It is important to research the area. A market survey is helpful in determining whether or not a parcel will be large enough for an RV park and will be an economically feasible choice. In addition to understanding local zoning restrictions, it is important to know what types of municipal services are available. Successful RV parks often have easy access to main roads and are close to major roads.
Rather than build from scratch, some may choose to buy into a franchised RV park plan. This may require a specific number of RV sites. The KOA requires at least 75 RV sites. It is also necessary to provide essential amenities to guests.
It may take time to get started. Landscaping prints and park blueprints may need to be approved by local and county officials. These plans may need to be submitted one year or more in advance of a potential RV park opening. A public hearing and waiting period may be required before construction begins. Official approval is needed before owners taking out building permits. Some choose the easier and cheaper option of simply purchasing an existing RV park.
Building from scratch can cost up to $20,000 for each rental space. In addition, those who want to offer more accommodation options may want to add park models for as year round rentals for those without an RV. The trend of “glamping,”or luxury camping, has increased the expectation of more modern amenities at RV campgrounds, such as Internet access, cable television or a swimming pool.
Know Your Community
Once an owner has construction underway, they will need to know how to best market their property to potential guests. Social media has replaced traditional forms of advertising, but local radio commercials and supporting charitable community events may help new RV park owners get the word out to RV owners.
Are you looking for a beautiful and easy-to handle RV? Well look no further than the Little Guy Worldwide Serro Scotty travel trailers for sale at Nielson RV Supercenter! The unique exterior and cozy interior make this a sought after model that is sure to make any RVing trip better. Check out three of the top features that set this camper apart in this Little Guy Worldwide Serro Scotty travel trailer review!
You’ll love the unique design of our Little Guy Worldwide Serro Scotty travel trailers!
One of the first things you will notice about the two floorplansof the Serro Scotty is the unique exterior design. This camper has been modeled after vintage travel trailers to give it a gorgeous retro look that is sure to impress at any campground. With this design, you can recapture that nostalgic feeling of camping when you were young while still living in the comforts of today.
Get all of the luxuries of today in a lightweight package!
As soon as you step inside this Little Guy Worldwide travel trailer, you will see all of the luxury amenities you could want in an RV. With the queen bed complete with suspension lifts for easy access to the under bed storage and convertible booth dinette, you’ll have the perfect space for a small family of three with some plans even coming with a set of bunk beds for the kids. And even with the compact design, you will still have your very own kitchen and bathroom to take care of all of your needs.
The great thing about this camper is that you can get all of this and more in a lightweight, easy-to-tow model. By maintaining a low weight, it allows this travel trailer to be towed by smaller vehicles rather than the huge trucks that some models have to be pulled by. Plus, with lower tow weight comes better gas mileage, so you can save money with every mile you travel.
Scott Nielson and Nielson RV received the Patriotic Employer Award from the Utah Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve for going above and beyond the normal duties required of employers under the Uniformed Service Employment and Re-Employment Rights Act.
The ESGR is a Department of Defense agency comprised of dedicated and trained volunteers who develop and promote employer support for the Guard and Reserve of all 7 branches of the Military.
Captain Cory L. Condie has served through multiple deployments while working at Nielson RV, some with only three days’ notice. The understanding and flexibility of the Nielson RV staff has always assured soldiers like Captain Condie they have a welcome workplace when they arrive back home.
“Thank You Captain Condie for nominating Nielson RV for the Patriot Award,” Nielson said. “…I always felt there should be a law that protects veterans’ rights of employment. That when they get called to serve our great country, or offer relief like Captain Condie did, to serve the people of Houston during the hurricanes, that they would have a job when they return home, their families are taken care of, and benefits and pay plans still remain in effect. I would think that cooperation between employer and government could put into action protections for our valued veterans that continue to serve this great nation. I like to think of it as us paying tribute to the men and women who bravely serve in our nation’s armed forces. God bless America!”
Original story comes from http://www.thespectrum.com/story/news/2018/01/12/st-george-business-owner-receives-patriotic-employer-award/1030632001/
Our nation’s two most visited national parks every year are Yellowstone and Yosemite. It’s easy to see why. They both exhibit magnificent scenery and natural values. Yellowstone in Wyoming was the first in 1872 while Yosemite in California didn’t get federal protection until 1890.
Similar yet different
The two parks are similar and yet very different. Both have spectacular waterfalls, Yosemite’s the highest and most conspicuous. You can’t miss it. Yellowstone has geysers and a rich variety of wildlife. But this park has been written about—at least in Utah and hereabouts—far more than Yosemite.
Yosemite National Park
Let’s focus on the California national park. Explorer John Muir did much to tell the world about this Valhalla’s natural wonders after President Abraham Lincoln mentioned it as a possible new park. It was so close to the big cities of San Francisco and Oakland that when the word got out, vast crowds crushing in were inevitable. My family and I visited it on a July evening, entranced as we followed the Merced River. I love rivers like the meandering and placidl Merced and even more when told it was a trout stream. That meant it was alive with creatures of all shapes and sizes, insects, crustacheons and minnows which feed those trout. It was a lovely vision.
The thing that struck our family upon entering the park was the smooth-domed and towering mountains interspersed with emerald meadows beneath those tall peaks. Ponds reflecting aspens and conifers. Yellowstone has the meadows but not the precipitous and imposing mountain peaks nearby. Yosemite is most of all, a wow on first sigh…and then, “Let’s get out of the car and start walking for a close-up view of everything!”
Yosemite is a climber’s park. High and smooth mountain walls just naturally invite such adventure. Of course, all such activities including remote area backpacking must be coordinated with park officials. Interestingly, the roadless wilderness that is this park extends almost all around it. There is Ansel Adams Wilderness (named after the famous black/white image photographer), Hoover, Devil’s Post Pile etc.
There is so much to see from whatever gate you enter. There are three such gates. They follow highways 120, 140 and 49, north to south. There is one less used entrance on the east side, away from the big cities, a continuation of 120. Parking can be a problem but like Zion National Park, shuttles are used and run often.
Yosemite Valley is home to Half-Dome and some of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls.[/caption]Most RVers from southern Utah will drive I-15 and I-58 to Bakersfield, switch to I-99 and then follow the signs to Yosemite. California has several other national parks in enroute, including Kings Canyon and Sequoia, for way stops.
It’s no secret that Utah is home to some of the most spectacular scenery on earth. Only California can boast more national parks than Utah’s “Mighty-Five,” and no part of the world has more scenic wonders within 150 miles than southwestern Utah. With so many well-known vacation destinations in one area, many visitors are tempted to see them all within a few days, spending most of their time on the road, without enough time to really enjoy themselves at any one location.
Fly and Drive Program
If you have a week or less to tour the desert southwest, there’s no need to spend it all on the road. Nielson RV in Hurricane, Utah is less than an hour from Zion National Park, and within 3 hours of Bryce Canyon and the Grand Canyon’s North Rim. Why not fly or drive to the area and take advantage of their Fly and Drive program? You could probably do it on a single tank of gas, and spend most of your time seeing the sights instead of the Interstate!
For your next family vacation, why not look into one of the Starcraft Launch travel trailers for sale here at Nielson RV Supercenter where affordability meets luxury? These campers are certainly in a class all their own due to the high quality features pairing with one of the lowest priced fiberglass travel trailers available on the market today. Find out everything you are sure to enjoy in an easy-to-afford package in this Starcraft Launch travel trailer review.
Take a look inside the Starcraft Launch travel trailers!
Pick What Fits You
The Starcraft Launch comes in five different floorplans to better assist you with getting the exact options that fits all of your needs. Some models will even come with a set of bunk beds built-in to give you enough space to sleep up to six people. So whether you wish to travel with just you and your significant other or have a larger group to take along, there will be a floorplan just your size.
More for Less
Get all at-home comforts in a lightweight and affordable package.
As we already said, the Launch travel trailers are the lowest priced options in its class, but just because the price is low does not mean that it is low on amenities. You will, not only, get all of the standard features such as the full bathroom, kitchen, and comfortable sleeping spaces, but you can also find plenty of non-standards added on at no additional cost.
Get more for less with both the Show Stopper and Customer Convenience packages.
Things such as the Show Stopper Package with its exterior electric awning and stabilizer jacks for additional safety and the Customer Convenience Package featuring more high end kitchen appliances and a gorgeous backsplash as well as a full entertainment center will all be included in the already low price!
Probably the most amazing thing about having all of these standard and extra amenities is that they are all somehow put into a lightweight trailer that is a breeze to tow. By keeping the weight down, you will be able to tow it with a smaller vehicle, and it will be so easy that sometimes you may even forget that you are towing anything.
With the affordability and comfort in our Starcraft Launch travel trailers, living the RVing lifestyle has never been so attainable. But these are just the beginning of the items that you are sure to love! So make sure you contact us or come to our locations to find out even more about how these RVs can take your camping trips up a notch!
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