You can get RV flag poles of twelve, sixteen or twenty feet. However they all collapse down to 52 inches when not in use. Ordinarily RV flag poles and mounts are made of fiber glass.
You can mount your flag pole on any manually opened awning or the bumper, on the ladder and there is also an under the wheel stand that you can buy.
The RV flag pole can also be mounted on the frame of your RV. If you go to sporting events out of town and stay in your RV, get a team flag. Or you may decide to fly a fun flag so that your family can locate your rig on their way back from the game room or boat deck.
If you are a NASCAR fan why not fly your favorite driverís colors on race day. My cousin and his wife travel all over the US in their RV and they always fly the American flag and the POW/MIA flag as well.
You can also get a carry/storage bag for your RV flag so that no parts can get lost. Remember whether you are flying the American Flag from a stationary pole or an RV pole, the American flag must be on top if more than one flag is being flown. Also if you fly it at night it must be illuminated and please replace a tattered flag.
Do you have a hitch for a utility trailer on your RV? The flag pole can be mounted on the hitch. With the right hardware you can also mount your flag pole to the frame or your RV.
Jack and Nell fly holiday flags and flags with religious symbols on Christmas, Easter and saintís days. They are nomads.