The 39th Northeast RV & Camping Show announced Tuesday that it would be returning to the Connecticut Convention Center from Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 6.
According to a report, the popular RV and camping show was forced to cancel one day this weekend due to Winter Storm Bobby.
“We are grateful to the Connecticut Convention Center for allowing us extend this event to later this week to accommodate the thousands of people who could not come due to the massive storm,” said Joe Gonsalves, producer of the Northeast RV & Camping Show.
“Our show is the ideal place for camping families and enthusiasts looking to purchase their first RV, to upgrade their present RV, or for veteran campers to explore new camping adventures. But we could not open on Saturday during the storm, and clean-up efforts across the state precluded many from coming on Sunday.”
According to the show’s organizers, the event will showcase over 140,000 square feet of the latest in recreation vehicles, camping supplies, services, accessories, products, campgrounds, and travel information exhibits.
Northeast RV & Camping Show is the ideal place for camping families who are looking to purchase their first RV, looking to upgrade their present RV, or for the veteran camper to explore new camping adventures.
Dozens of on-site campground information exhibits will provide attendees with literature and information about premier family campgrounds throughout Connecticut and beyond. Representatives from the Connecticut Campground Owners Association will be on hand to help attendees make their camping trips more enjoyable.
For more information, visit https://ctrvshow.com/.