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Filming at Fort De Soto Park
WFLA TV - NBC TAMPA
January 10, 2022

LUTZ, Fla. (WFLA) – A Lutz couple with a local production company are heading to see all America has to offer in their new Discovery Channel series titled “RV There Yet?”

Kevin McCabe started McCabe Productions, Inc. in 1991 after moving to Tampa and graduating from the University of South Florida with a television production degree.

He met his wife, Patrice, at a Tampa Bay Lightning game and she began working for McCabe Productions on the “front office” side of things, as she describes it. Read More

Everything Brevard Magazine Article
EVERYTHING BREVARD MAGAZINE
January - February Issue

"Have you ever been to the Grand Canyon?" This simple question sparked a friendship that blossomed into the new Discovery Channel show, "RV There Yet?"

In 2011, Kevin McCabe and his wife, Patrice, met Dave and Karla Burch, who asked the question at a fishing convention. The couples soon after traveled to the landmark together. Now, the quartet travel the country in the their RVs for the show premiering January 1 at 8am ET & PT on Discovery. Read More

Filming at Arbor Day Farm
OMAHA WORLD HERALD
December 30, 2021

Returning to Nebraska to film parts of the television series “RV There Yet?” had unexpected consequences for Lincoln native Patrice McCabe and her husband, Kevin.

After years of living in Florida, they’ve begun the search to purchase property in western Nebraska to live there — at least part time. The more central location will make it easier to travel for their show. Kevin is executive producer of “RV There Yet?” and Patricia is a producer.

“I promised Kevin I won’t make him stay for the winter in Chadron,” Patrice said. “We fell in love.” Read More

Filming in Nebraska
LINCOLN STAR JOURNAL
December 19, 2021

Nebraska state parks will have their time in the spotlight this January, appearing in an episode of a Discovery Channel reality TV show.

An episode of "RV There Yet?" which premieres on Jan. 8 at 8 a.m., will feature several Nebraska state parks including Arbor Lodge State Historical Park, Platte River State Park and Chadron State Park.

"RV There Yet?" features a cast of four that travels from Florida to South Dakota in RVs. Along the way, they make stops at primarily national parks to hike, mountain bike and explore nature.

The show's producer and host, Patrice McCabe, is originally from Nebraska and knew she had to seize the opportunity to show off her home state. Read More

Platte River State Park Mountain Biking
NEBRASKALAND MAGAZINE
June 16, 2021

LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska is more than cows and corn — and really may be for everyone after all.

The state will get its Discovery Channel debut Jan. 8 when RV There Yet? airs episode two, “Not just Cows and Corn,” featuring Arbor Lodge State Historical Park, Platte River State Park and Chadron State Park.

The new reality show comes just at the right time. State and national parks saw record levels of visitors in the past few years, with more people investing in recreational vehicles and campers to travel and explore nature, according to the RV Industry Association.

RV There Yet? takes viewers along on a road trip from Florida to South Dakota as the four-member cast explores America’s great outdoors and parks — all by RV. Catch them mountain biking, hiking, gourmet RV cooking and more.  Read More

RVTY Crew Interview at Arbor Lodge
LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR
June 9, 2021

Get off of Interstate 80. That’s the advice Patrice McCabe has for RV travelers making their way through Nebraska. McCabe hopes to show RV travelers the treasures of Nebraska they can’t see from the interstate in the pilot episode of a new Discovery Channel series titled "RV There Yet?"

McCabe and her husband, Kevin McCabe, along with the rest of the show’s cast, are taking an RV trip across the country to film the first season of the show, which is set to air January 1. The show’s crew traveled to state parks across Nebraska at the beginning of June for the first episode.  Read More

Mayor Dusty Escapule and the RVTY Crew
THE TOMBSTONE NEWS
August 20, 2021

The Discovery Channel series “RV There Yet?” filmed in Tombstone last week while on their trip around America. The group visited the Birdcage Theatre, took a tour on the stagecoaches, toured the Historic Tombstone Courthouse and hit many other highlights throughout town. The Tombstone episode is set to air on January 1, 2022. So mark your calendars!

“It was a pleasure to be able to talk to the Discovery Channel in reference to RV There Yet and let them know that when they say RV There Yet, they are in the right place, in Tombstone! We welcome all RV travelers to our historic town,” said Mayor Dusty Escapule.  Read More

RVTY Crew at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
LUTZ MAGAZINE
September Issue

Local residents Patrice and Kevin McCabe of McCabe Productions produce the extremely successful saltwater fishing show, Addictive Fishing, which has been running on the Discovery channel for over 22 years. They have just landed a new series, RV There Yet? The new show begins airing on January 1, 2022 on Discovery Channel. Patrice McCabe sat down to give us the back story on how they landed in Lutz and how the shows were developed. Read More

Capt John Murray On Set for RV There Yet?
HOMETOWN NEWS
November 4, 2021

NORTH BREVARD ― The Space Coast Office of Tourism and Space Coast Film Commission are excited to welcome the crew of Discovery Channel’s RV There Yet? to film an episode about the area. They filmed throughout Port Canaveral including the RV accommodations at Jetty Park, Wild Ocean, Seafood Atlantic, and Exploration Tower, at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, with Lone Cabbage Fish Camp’s Twister Airboats, and finished by visiting the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR). Interviews include Port Canaveral CEO Captain Murray, Astronaut Commander Bruce Melnick, Wild Ocean’s Sherri McCoy, Twister Airboats’ Dennis Inman, and MINWR Ranger and Visitor Services Manager, Kim King-Wrenn.  Read More

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