Jackson County Expo welcomes dog and RV lovers

(KTVL/ Kimberly Kolliner)

For over a decade RV Palooza has been coming to the Jackson County Expo from Junction City.

This year the show is bringing close to 300 RVs, trailers, motorhomes and 5th wheels.

Admission to the show is free and so is the BBQ but that's not the only thing that will draw people's attention.

"The retired people and people that area little older that are moving away from the traditional home so they can travel the United States, go to the national parks, see stuff they didn't see growing up now that they have the time and means to do it," said Trevor Waite, a customer care representative.

The show at the Expo will last until the 15th, and then moves on to Klamath Falls from the 20th through the 29th.

Also at the Expo this weekend is the North American Dog Agility Council is back.

They've been coming to Jackson County for more than 20 years.

Super Beamer is excited to dominate all of her runs, as is newbie Brady whose owner, Rob Pell says the competitions aren't as simple as they may look.

"Each course is unique. The dog has no chance to practice on it and has not seen the course until the moment they have to run it. As the handler we get eight minutes before to study the course and figure out what the best methods would be to get your dog around,” said Pell, dog owner from Grants Pass.

Over the weekend the Expo will have 900 runs with more than 80 dogs participating.

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