Pennsylvania Ameri-Camp Family of Owners First posted June 2, 2009
Last update May 2, 2011

Tina Miller & Bob Eyth

Butler, PA     Locate with Google Earth locate with Google Maps
Ameri-Camp model: 2006 Ameri-Camp Lite 22FB
Tow Vehicle: 2003 Chevy Trailblazer
RV Use: Recreational
RV'ing since approx: 2006
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Children that RV with us: 2 boys, 1994 & 2000
Pets that RV with us: 1 Dog
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Ken & Julie Martin

Coatesville, PA     Locate with Google Earth locate with Google Maps
Ameri-Camp model: 2003 5th Wheel Bunkhouse
Tow Vehicle: 2002 Dodge Ram 2500
RV Use: Recreational
RV'ing since approx: 1990
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Phone: 610-380-9451
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Children that RV with us: 2 Children, born 1994 & 1996
Pets that RV with us: None
Interests while RV'ing:Walking, hiking, bicycling, sight seeing & NASCAR
Special Comments:Winners of the "Oldest model Ameri-Camp RV Award, 2006 Rally, Stone Mountain, GA

John & Terri Rich

Parkesburg, PA     Locate with Google Earth locate with Google Maps
Ameri-Camp model: 2006 F320ES
Tow Vehicle: 2001 Chev 2500 HD 8.1 liter Gas/Allison Trans
RV Use: Part Time
RV'ing since approx: 1998
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Phone: 610-857-2298
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Children that RV with us: At Times, Son 16, Daughter 15
Pets that RV with us: None
Interests while RV'ing:Touring, Site Seeing, Relaxing!
Special Comments:My wife Terri and I purchased the very first travel trailer to come off the Ameri-Camp line a T290BH from the Harrisburg Pennsylvania RV show in 2003. In 2004 we traded it in for a 2nd Ameri-Camp with a slide out (T315BH), then in 2006 since our kids stopped camping with us for the most part, we traded up again for our present fifth wheel (F320ES). We have been very pleased with our Ameri-Camp trailers, and have spread the word far and wide. We unfortunately have not been able to make the first two rallies, but hope in 2008 to make it Indiana. We have been to the factory several times to watch our trailers being built, and to have our trailers serviced. Some folks thought we were nuts to pull our trailer 650 miles back to the factory, but it was well worth it in the end with the level of service we received. Our trailer now spends most of the camping season in a campground in Mount Pocono Pa where we tend to use it as a summer home, however it does leave the campground 2 or 3 times a season for trips to various places, including a week of dry camping during Creation Fest East. Hope to hear from other Ameri-Camp owners in the area!

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