Episode to premier March 11 and spotlight tenting, manatee excursions, biking and extra
CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. (March 1, 2023) – Uncover Crystal River Florida, the official tourism bureau of Citrus County, has sponsored an episode of the hit present “RV There But?” on Discovery Channel. The TV and movie crew visited Citrus County in February to discover Crystal River, Homosassa and Inverness throughout a five-day itinerary of tenting, airboats, biking, horseback driving, manatee excursions, kayaking, eating, and extra. The half-hour episode that includes Crystal River and Inverness premiers Saturday, March 11, at 8 a.m. (ET) on Discovery Channel. The episode may also air Saturday, June 10, at 7:30 a.m. on MotorTrend.
“We couldn’t go up the chance to advertise Citrus County to Discovery Channel’s nationwide viewers, particularly the rising and enthusiastic RV crowd,” stated John Pricher, director of Uncover Crystal River Florida. “It was an reasonably priced and strategic media purchase, and allowed us to spotlight all of Citrus County, together with 10 native accomplice companies. We’re excited to see it on March 11, and for the episode to be out there on YouTube, Amazon Prime, ROKU, Fb, DiscoveryGO, SlingTV and fuboTV.”
In keeping with the present’s web site, Season Two of “RV There But?” will take viewers alongside on a street journey to discover America, that includes wild adventures, loopy detours, and campfire enjoyable alongside the best way. Viewers will buckle up and hit the street with tv producer and adrenaline junky Producerman Kevin, and his spouse Patrice, a self-proclaimed RV culinary knowledgeable. The couple hikes, camps, and tastes their means throughout America, assembly new folks, studying historical past, creating recollections, and galvanizing viewers to plan their subsequent RV journey.
“Our journey to Crystal River and exploring the Nature Coast of Florida was higher than we ever imagined,” stated Patrice McCabe, COO of McCabe Productions Inc. “We reside in Lutz, so the hour-long RV drive was simple, nevertheless it felt like we drove proper into outdated Florida. Our first enterprise out was to Wild Invoice’s Airboat Excursions the place we met Steve and Dave, our pilots for the day. We loaded up two airboats (me and Kevin in a single and the crew within the different) and set out for some quick enjoyable!”
Later of their journey, Kevin and Patrice took a manatee tour. “They’re swimming proper as much as each of us, they’re checking us out,” she stated. “I froze. I even forgot to breathe at one level. They’re monumental, light giants and engaging creatures. We had mamas with their pups throughout us, simply floating, sinking to the underside, arising for air and to examine us out. It was a fully wonderful and exhilarating expertise.”
The sponsorship was made in partnership with the Citrus County Tourism Improvement Council. Whereas the movie crew was on the town, the workforce at Uncover Crystal River Florida accompanied them by way of Citrus County, highlighting bucket-list areas to go to with their iconic RV Winnebago. The “RV There But?” episode will showcase the varied companies visited, in addition to all the good issues to do when within the space.
To study extra about “RV There But,” visitRVThereYetTV.com. To learn the complete weblog concerning the “RV There But?” go to to Citrus County, go to DiscoverCrystalRiverFL.com/weblog/rv-there-yet.
About Crystal River, Florida
Extensively generally known as the Manatee Capital of the World, Crystal River, Florida, is the one place in the USA to legally expertise the up-close encounter of swimming with these light giants. Situated on Central Florida’s Gulf Coast, Crystal River and the encompassing cities of Outdated Homosassa, Inverness and Floral Metropolis are an genuine showcase of outside journey and scenic magnificence. Inside tens of 1000’s of acres of protected state parks, forests and wildlife refuges, guests can discover miles of bicycling, strolling, birding, horseback driving and mountain climbing trails to unlock a wild and fantastic world of pure, leisure and archaeological treasures. Pristine swimmable springs and a shimmering community of rivers, lakes, marshlands and mangroves make Crystal River good for kayaking, paddle boarding, canoeing, boating, fishing, scalloping and floating. Feeding the enjoyable is a artistic assortment of eating places, pubs, bistros and bars serving up freshly caught seafood and different seasonal favorites all 12 months lengthy. Start your journey at DiscoverCrystalRiverFL.com or name (800) 587-6667.