Ride into summer in style with a new boat or RV!

Spring has sprung and summer will be here before you know it. If your plans include hitting the open road or heading out onto the lake, Arbor Financial can help make a new boat or RV a reality. With special rates as low as 3.99% APR*, and with no payments for 90 days, you can be on the road or in the water before your first payment is made.

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Go explore the U.S. Or just the UP.

There are more than 1,000 campgrounds in Michigan. There are also 11,000 lakes, not including the great ones along our borders. Those are two good reasons to let loose and experience the great outdoors in a recreational vehicle or boat. Here are two more good reasons: Arbor Financial loans that offer low rates and generous repayment terms. Bon voyage.

Let your sense of adventure guide you to Arbor Financial for RV & Boat Loans:

  • Low rates save you money
  • Up to 15-year financing for affordable payments
  • Up to 100% financing so no money down needed
  • Loan pre-approval simplifies the buying process
  • Apply by phone 24x7 at 269.488.5945 (KWIK) and get an answer within minutes
  • Skip Pay options allows you the option of not making up to two months of loan payments each year
Once you have your boat or RV, you'll want to make sure you want to have enough money to make full use of it. Arbor Financial offers a full range of financial solutions. If you open a checking account with us, you'll get free access to more than 37,000 ATMs throughout Michigan and across the nation, plus fee-free access to eBanking, Mobile Banking, Web Bill Pay, and more. It's easy to open your account online or switch your account to become an Arbor Financial member.
*Annual Percentage Rate (APR). Additional rates and terms are available. The rate you receive will be determined by your credit score at the time of application and the term of your loan. Loan subject to credit approval.

**Qualifying borrowers may be eligible to defer their first payment for up to 90 days, dependent upon credit score and when the loan closes. Interest accrues from date of loan disbursement.