SPOKANE, Wash. - The Inland Northwest RV Show is this weekend. Even if you're not in the market, it's always fun to look.
“It's the way to start Rv-ing,” said Steve Cody with the show. “And we always say it's an investment in the family.”
That investment can be whatever you're able to afford, even if you're just RV curious.
“We have got tent trailers, travel trailers, we've got all sorts of things,” said Cody.
On the fairground property this weekend will be hundreds and hundreds of recreational vehicles, ranging from the very small to something a little more suited for touring the country.
Thousands of people head to the show every year.
And if the wide selection of campers and RVs in any price range aren't enough to peak your interest, they're giving away a $100 gas card every two hours of the show.
“You can text RV show to a certain number and you can win one of six different vacations we have here,” said Cody. “The beauty of the show too is that we use all ten of the fairground buildings.”
Admission is just $8 and it's good for the whole weekend.
The show opened Thursday at noon and runs through Sunday at the Spokane Fair and Expo Center.
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