The 13th annual 2009 Snowbird RV Show Sale, running Sept. 24-27 at the TRADEX centerin Abbotsford, British Columbia, is poised to offer unparalleled insight into the future of the RV industry in British Columbia by showcasing the latest and greatest in recreation vehicles, accessories, gadgets, travel destinations and more, according to Surrey Now.

With more than 180,000 square feet of display space — indoors and out — British Columbia’s only fall RV show caters to everyone from full-time RVers to families taking short weekend trips to those interested in learning more about the lifestyle opportunities that recreational vehicles present.

More than 50 exhibitors will showcase new and innovative RVs, accessories, electric bikes, resorts, RV properties, gadgets, private sales and more.

This year’s show also features many of the new and innovative “green” product lines being offered at dealerships in the Lower Mainland, including the Evergreen Ever-Lite, the first true indication that the industry is steering toward a more sustainable future.

On the “This Old RV Seminar Stage,” industry experts will offer free daily seminars. Highlights include John and Harriet Halkyard, authors of  “99 Days to Panama,” and Mike and Terri Church, who have penned a series of RV and car camping travel books.