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Attending Austin’s RV Expo? Say You Will.


Attending Austin’s RV Expo? Say You Will.

This weekend the Downtown Austin Convention Center plays host to any and all types of recreational vehicles when the 2017 Austin RV Expo rolls into town. It’s hanging for four days, beginning Thursday, February 16th and staying through Sunday, February 19th.

All (there ain’t any more…) exhibit space has been taken, which means that 200,000 square feet of RVs, RV accessories and displays will greet the 8,000-10,000 attendees expected to attend this weekend’s annual show.

We normally wander down to the show to start planning our spring and summer getaways, but this year it seems like spring is already here, and summer can’t be far behind; temps are forecast to be in the 80’s throughout this weekend in Austin.

Exhibitors at the show include the RV Outlet Mall, Camper Clinic II, RV Land, Princess Craft RV, Crestview RV of Georgetown, and Texas State Parks.

So, if you’re thinking this might be your year to rent or buy an RV (and why not? Ed.), it’s well worth your time to drop in and see them all in one convenient location. And with that convenience are the deals and incentives typically attached to an annual RV show. Show information is provided below; discounts on admission prices are available online by visiting

FEBRUARY 16-19, 2017
Austin Convention Center
500 E Cesar Chavez, Austin

Thursday noon-8p, Friday 10a-8p, Saturday 10a-8p, Sunday 10a-5p
Admission Prices:
$8 Adults, $6 Seniors/Children 7-12
Children under 7 are Free

There is plenty of parking at the 5th Street and 2nd Street Garages.

Alan Pease

Alan Pease is our Central Texas correspondent, covering city, county and state government, as well as all that's taking place at the Circuit of the Americas. Alan is a long time automotive and motorcycle industry professional, and covered the approval, development and opening of the Circuit of the Americas for Autoweek magazine. Prior to writing for Autoweek and txGarage Alan designed and executed over 350 individual press introductions, drive routes, and ride-and-drive events for BMW cars, BMW Motorcycles, MINI Cooper, Aston Martin, Jaguar Cars, and several General Motors divisions. Press introductions took him across the entire United States (including Alaska), as well as Canada and the United Kingdom. Alan also raced in the Inaugural Iron Butt Rallye, riding as a Factory Rider for BMW Motorcycles. He finished the 10 day, 10,000 mile solo rider race tied for 1st place. He lives in Austin, Texas, and can be reached by email at .

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