April Accessory Specials at Madison RV Supercenter


Here at the Madison RV Supercenter, we specialize in far more than selling new and used RVs. We offer all of the parts and accessories you need to make your RV lifestyle the best it can be. You can always contact our service department about the parts you’re seeking or log on to our online parts catalog to find everything you need in one easy-to-shop place.

The following are some of our best parts specials for April, but don’t hesitate to give us a call or log online to view them all.

MaxxAir Vent Covers

MaxxAir Vent Covers are known as the original vent covers. They mount easily on most 14-inch by 14-inch standard roof vents and offer leak-free protection without having to drill into your precious RV roof. The original vent cover in white is available right now for just $31.95, so if you’re in need, now is the time to buy.

We also have a number of other MaxxAir vent covers on sale this April, so log online to see how one of our vent covers can help you operate your fan in all types of weather.

Folding Assist Handle

This folding assist handle with foam grip locks onto the side of your RV without the need to drill or use tools. Attach it near your RV’s entrance to make entering and leaving your RV safer and easier. Even better, this handle folds easily, so you can pack it away when you’re on the road. The white folding handle with black grip is on sale now for $36.85.

Winegard Tripod Mount

A tripod mount raises your satellite antenna off the ground, so it doesn’t get damaged by water or mud. This Winegard version has adjustable height settings and includes a reliable ground anchor to keep your satellite in place in inclement weather. It’s easy to assemble and disassemble, so it won’t be a burden on your travels. This tripod mount is regularly sold for $91.95, but you can buy it today for $82.75 at our online parts store.


Dinosaur’s 100th Anniversary


Dinosaur National Monument is having a birthday, and there’s no better place to be this spring and summer. From April through October, the national monument, which spreads through Colorado and Utah, will be hosting an array of special events to celebrate the 100th anniversary of their opening in 1915. Fire up your RV and cruise to “Dinosaur” this year for an exciting trip back through time.

About Dinosaur National Monument

Dinosaur National Monument was protected on Oct. 4, 1915, for its, “extraordinary deposit of Dinosaurian and other gigantic reptilian remains of the Jurassic period.” The initial 80 acres that were preserved in 1915 later became 210,000 acres in 1938. The national monument now spans the Utah-Colorado border.

Tons of Anniversary Events

Dinosaur National Monument’s 100th anniversary party will include tons of events inside and outside of the park grounds. The celebration kicked off at the beginning of National Park Week and will continue through the month of October.

Every month is packed with events like bird walks, endangered species talks, Paddlefest at Red Fleet State Park, the Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo, open houses, special exhibits, fee-free days and tons more. The entire list of events, activities and festivals can be found on the Dinosaur National Monument website.

Visiting Dinosaur National Monument

There’s no better time to visit Dinosaur National Monument than now. The park is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the off-season and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., during the busy summer months (from May 22 to Sept. 13). The entrance fee for a private vehicle is $10 and admission is $5 for those who enter on foot or bike. Visitors can enter from Colorado or Utah, but there are no dinosaur fossils in the Colorado area of the monument. The world-famous Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall is located in the Utah portion of the park.

Start Your Adventure Today

There’s no better place to start your RV adventure than right here at Madison RV Supercenter. We offer everything your RV lifestyle needs from new RVs to parts, accessories and camping supplies.


Staying Green in Your RV


Earth Day is a yearly reminder of how much we need to give back to the environment that gives so much to us. As RV travelers, we already live a relatively green lifestyle, but there are many ways you can make your RV travels even more environmentally friendly. The following are a few simple steps you can take to leave a smaller carbon footprint on your adventures.

Resist Plugging In

Sometimes connecting to electricity at the campsite is necessary, but heading to campsites without hookups is an easy way to force yourself to live minimally. Try to camp for as long as possible without filling your water tanks or using your generator. It’s a great way to conserve water and energy and enjoy more time in the great outdoors.

Establish a Recycling System

You’re probably used to doing some sort of recycling during your RV travels, but it can be easy to limit your recycling because of the small amount of storage space in your home away from home. Make recycling a habit by establishing one of your storage spaces as a permanent recycling center. Use separate bins for paper, cardboard, cans and plastic, and drop them off at recycling centers along your travels. Break down cardboard boxes and crush cans to give yourself more space.

Shop Locally

Steering clear of big box stores and shopping at local farmer’s markets along your travels can make a huge difference in the communities and environments you visit. Buying local, natural and organic foods not only helps the local farmers, but it also supports those who don’t use harmful chemicals in their growing processes. And you get to taste unique and delicious local foods on top of it all.

Start Your Journey at Madison RV

Here at Madison RV Supercenter, we’re ready to help you start your green RV lifestyle. We offer a huge selection of motorhomes, travel trailers and fifth wheels as well as an array of non-toxic and eco-friendly RV products. Stop in and see us Madison, Ala., six days a week.


It’s National Park Week!


If you haven’t fired up your RV for the first adventure of the season yet, now is the time to do it. It’s National Park Week, and that means you can enjoy a fee-free weekend as well as tons of exciting park events for kids and adults. Cruise to your favorite national park between April 18 and 26 for a week filled with outdoor adventure and natural wonders.

A Fee-Free Weekend

The only thing better than visiting a national park is visiting one for free. The weekend of April 18 and 19 will be fee-free park days, which means a number of national parks offer free admission to visitors. Free admission includes all individual entrance fees, transportation entrance fees and commercial tour fees, so everyone has a chance to experience the wonders of America’s national parks.

Junior Ranger Day

Junior Ranger Day is a part of National Park Week dedicated to helping kids learn about the National Parks System and the importance of protecting our country’s natural wonders. Parks invite all young visitors to attend Junior Ranger Day on April 18, where they’ll be sworn in as Junior Rangers and enjoy an array of family-friendly activities.

Earth Day and National Park Week

Earth Day (April 22) falls in the middle of National Park Week, and that means you can help with a number of projects at your favorite national park. Log onto the National Park Service website to see a list of parks with Earth Day projects you can join. The site also offers a number of other ways you can get involved and help preserve these special places.

Start Your Week at Madison RV

There’s no better way to visit our country’s national parks than in the comfort of your recreational vehicle. Stop in and see us at the Madison RV Supercenter to find the motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel of your dreams.


The 2015 Grand Design Reflection


The Grand Design Reflection fifth wheel is an RV designed for everyone from experienced full-time RV enthusiasts to entry-level travelers. The Reflection is a top-quality fifth wheel that’s luxurious and affordable, so you’re not forced to sacrifice comforts for a lower price. Even better, the Grand Design mid-profile fifth wheel and super-lite fifth wheel models are remarkably easy to tow.

A Variety of Floorplans

The 2015 Reflection is available in six mid-profile floorplans and two super-lite floorplans, so you can choose the layout that’s perfect for your travel style. Whether you’re interested in a kitchen with an island, two bathrooms, an outdoor kitchen, bunks or a king bed in the master bedroom, there’s a 2015 Reflection with the features you need to make your RV lifestyle better than ever before.

Top-End Interior Features

The Grand Design Reflection is loaded with all of the highest end features for an unbeatable price. Every Reflection includes a list of standards, such as hand-rubbed maple cabinet doors, solid hardwood drawer fronts, ball bearing full-extension drawer guides, Wall Hugger theater seating, panoramic slide room windows, premium Beauflor flooring, residential-style window treatments, solid surface countertops, residential bed spreads and countless other touches that turn your RV into your home away from home.

Unbeatable Exterior Standards

The exterior of the Grand Design Reflection is designed to ensure your RV is reliable, comfortable and convenient for year after year of travel. Exterior standard features include an aerodynamic front cap with max turn radius, a marine grade LED hitch light, a Correct Track axle alignment system, aluminum wheels, safety glass windows, pass-through storage areas, outdoor speakers, an outside shower, a factory-installed roof ladder and all of the touches you need to make your time on the road, setting up at the campsite and lounging outside more enjoyable.

Start Your Adventure Today

You can tow away your 2015 Grand Design Reflection fifth wheel today from Madison RV Supercenter. We’re your one-stop RV shop in Madison, Ala., and we’re currently offering these top-quality RVs for prices that can’t be beat.


Beat the Heat With Madison’s A/C Special


As the summer quickly approaches, it’s important to keep yourself and your favorite campers cool. At Madison RV Supercenter, we have great air conditioning specials to help you beat the heat as temperatures rise.

Adding an extra 13.5K or 15K air conditioner is one way that you can keep your RV cool in the summer heat. Take a look at our parts and accessories store to see the large amount of air conditioners that we have in stock. Once you order your air conditioner, contact our service department to schedule an appointment and they can install your new part in 1-2 days.

Coleman-Mach Park Pac Air Conditioner

The Park Pac air conditioner has the highest cooling capacity and works efficiently in order to operate its dual fan motors. The dual fan motors are used for quiet and efficient operation. The built-in mounting pad adds convenience by giving you flexibility on where you would like to place your air conditioner. The Park Pac has a strong 535 CFM airflow and utilizes higher efficiency and superior performance in higher temperatures by using oversized coils. For your convenience, the cold air can be directed upward or downward.

Coleman-Mach Two Ton Plus Central Air Conditioner

The Two Ton Plus Central Air Conditioner is highly flexible, and you have the option to customize its installation to have it placed where it would work best in your RV. The air conditioner has a lower center of gravity, which helps the stability of the RV.  When you need additional cooling aside from moderate temperatures, the Two Ton Plus uses both of its compressors.

Beat the Heat with Madison RV Supercenter

Madison RV has all that you need to keep yourself cool over the summer. Stop by to see us before temperatures start to rise.


April Events in Alabama


Spring is one of our favorite RV seasons here at Madison RV, and that’s because there are so many awesome events happening throughout the state. Fire up your RV and cruise to some of these unforgettable Alabama events this April, and you’re guaranteed to start the spring camping season with a bang.

The 50th Annual Eufaula Pilgrimage

Don’t forget to reserve April 9-12, this year for the annual Eufaula Pilgrimage in Eufaula, Ala. The event is Alabama’s oldest tour of homes, featuring an antique show, art show, tours of the city’s historical sites, guest speakers and a Kickoff Concert featuring the “Act of Congress” band. Tickets are now available online at EufaulaPilgrimage.com.

The Tri-State BBQ Festival

There’s nothing like bringing your grill out of storage in the springtime. Instead of using your own grill on April 10 and 11, head to the Tri-State BBQ Festival in Dothan. This two-day-long festival features a sanctioned barbecue competition, music festival, barbecue tastings, classes, an antique car show, a vendor village, rides, games and plenty of fun for the entire family. Tickets cost just $10 per person each day and can be purchased on TriStateBBQ.com.

Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party

Sometimes spring feels a lot like summer here in Alabama, and that means it’s time to hit the beach. Head to Orange Beach on April 24, 25 and 26, for the Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party. The beach festival includes a keg toss, tug of war competition, bikini contest, a mullet (the fish) toss and an array of other quirky beach events. Head to the Flora Bama Lounge on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to see the events in action.

Start Your Spring at Madison RV

The best way to get to all of these events is in the comfort and convenience of your RV. Before you hit the road, bring your recreational vehicle to the Madison RV Supercenter to ensure it is in top condition for another camping season.


The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial


Abraham Lincoln was one of our country’s most respected leaders, and his fascinating childhood is much of what shaped his moral character. The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial allows visitors to explore Abraham Lincoln’s childhood home, a number of memorials, historic walks and hiking trails. Fire up your RV and cruise to Indiana for this historic spring adventure.

Things To Do

You can fill an entire day with educational fun at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. Start at the Memorial Visitor Center, where you can enjoy the memorial to Abraham Lincoln and his family. Watch the 15-minute orientation film and explore the recently renovated museum before heading outside to the park’s numerous trails and additional memorials.

Visitors can explore the Pioneer Cemetery, where Lincoln’s mother is buried, as well as the Cabin Site Memorial, the Lincoln Living Historical Farm and tons of other great historical sites.

Hiking Trails

Some of the greatest features of the Lincoln Boyhood National Monument are the park’s gorgeous hiking trails. Visitors can enjoy the Allee, the Trail of Twelve Stones, the Lincoln Boyhood Trail and the Lincoln Boyhood Nature Trail. Each of the trails is historically significant, offering unique sites to entertain and inform you on your journey.

Park Details

The Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is open daily from dawn until dusk. It’s located in southwestern Indiana near Evansville and the Ohio River. The park entrance fee is $3 per person or $5 per family, and the fee allows seven days of entrance. Visitors can also purchase a Lincoln Boyhood Annual Pass to enjoy the park as much as they please throughout the year.

Start Your Adventure At Madison RV

Spring has sprung, and it’s finally time to pull your RV out of storage. Before you hit the roads this spring, bring your RV to the Madison RV Supercenter in Alabama and let our certified RV technicians prepare your home on wheels for another season of adventure.


The 2015 Open Range Light


When you’re looking for a lightweight, luxurious travel trailer or fifth wheel that won’t break your travel budget, the Highland Ridge Open Range Light could be perfect for you. This lightweight RV is easier and more economical to tow but still comes loaded with more standard features than most other affordable travel trailers and fifth wheels. Even better, the Open Range Light’s top-quality construction means you’ll enjoy year after year of adventures on the road.

2015 Floorplans

The Open Range Light comes in nine travel trailer and six fifth wheel floorplans. Whether you’re seeking a compact travel trailer for weekend excursions and short family road trips or a fifth wheel with two bedrooms and bathrooms for full-time life on the road, there’s a floorplan designed specifically for your travel style.

Unbeatable Standard Features

The Open Range Light is designed to make your travel lifestyle more luxurious without inflating the price of your new RV. The RV’s Maxx Air vent cover, exterior utility center with black tank flush, Equa-Flex suspension, wide-stance axles, PVC roof material, LP quick connect, front and rear stabilizer jacks, nitrogen filled radial tires, power tongue jack, porcelain toilet, washer/dryer prep and countless other features make your life on the road and at the campsite easier than ever before.

Additional options, like a Dyson vacuum cleaner, dual pane windows, a barbecue grill, 8-cubic-foot refrigerator, French doors, back-up camera, 24-inch bedroom TV and a fireplace, can turn your RV into your dream vacation home.

Tour It Today

The 2015 Open Range Light is right here on our lot at Madison RV in Alabama. We have a number of Light floorplans in stock as well as a number of other top-end Open Range RVs to help you upgrade to a more luxurious, enjoyable and affordable RV lifestyle today.


Travel to Nascar Races in Your RV


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There’s only one way to get the full Nascar race experience, and that’s by traveling to the event in your RV. Many speedways offer specific camping areas for travelers with recreational vehicles, so you have a comfortable, convenient and exciting place to stay right near the track.

Camping at Talladega Superspeedway

Tickets are now available for the Geico 500 at the Talladega Superspeedway right here in Alabama. Campers can choose to stay at a number of reserved parks on Talladega Superspeedway property. Some campgrounds are reserved for motorhomes and pull-behind campers, while others accommodate tents as well. Talladega also offers infield camping, which runs at a much higher price but is worth it for fans who want to be right on top of the action. And for those on a tighter budget, free camping is available at three of the property’s parks.

Camping at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Follow your RV trip to Talladega with a camping excursion to the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The speedway prides itself on offering a camping experience that is nearly as exciting as the races. With over 10 total camping lots and five with electrical hookups for RVs, you can be picky when choosing where you want to stay at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Camping at Other Events

Nascar is known for offering some of the most exciting camping, tailgating and partying options in sports. Most racetracks offer pricy infield camping spaces as well as acres of affordable campgrounds outside of the track. While some Nascar campgrounds can get loud with partying campers, many of them stay mellow with nightly quiet times. Be sure to ask the speedway you’ll be attending about which campsite is best for your needs.

Stop and See Us

Whether you’ll be traveling to Talladega, Indianapolis, Charlotte or any other of our country’s great speedways this spring, be sure to stop in and see us at Madison RV before you go. We’re your one-stop Alabama RV shop with everything from new and used RVs to accessories and camping supplies.