We were camping this week, and it was pretty laid back, and out in the boonies.
I even took the time to set up the TV and see if it would work. Hasn't been hooked up for 2 or 3 years.
I've got just the stock Winegard antenna that came with the camper, but I have added the Wingman attachment which is suppose to improve VHF digital channels.
That is exactly what it did! We were picking up channels 70 to 75 miles away, and they were coming in crystal clear. We were totally amazed with the reception.
I thought maybe some of you who are experiencing trouble with your TV antenna might like to hear this.
The RV manufactures have experimented with a lot of different antennas on the roof of the RVs over the years, but I really don't think they have found one that is any better then the old Winegard
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow