Newlyweds Heath and Alyssa love to travel, so they spent their first year of marriage visiting all fifty states in an old RV. Now, they want to keep the journey going, but to upgrade RVs. They're ready to find a Class-A that fits their style and full-time lifestyle.
Having thought about purchasing an RV for a while, the Whippo family finally decides to go for it. They are looking for a vacation home-on-wheels to enjoy with their two small sons. As they look over RVs at the dealership, they don't want to sacrifice any of their wish-list features. But the more amenities they're shown, the more complicated their decision becomes.
The Sherif family loves the outdoors, but after some tent frustrations, they decide it's time to upgrade. They are looking for a travel trailer that allows them and their daughter to enjoy nature more comfortably. Searching for their first RV, they have a tough time choosing which features will provide the camping experiences they're looking for.
The Hoovers are looking for an easier way for their family of six to travel. Inspired by the show "Going RV," they decide a Class-A Motor Home is the solution to their vacation woes. Howard and Heather aren't sure what to expect from their RV shopping trip, and they're impressed with all that the coaches have to offer. But all the great features might make the decision more difficult for these first-time RVers.
Glenn and Ulrika Peroni both grew up traveling with their families, and they want a similar experience for their family of five. But with five motorcycles to bring along for their trips, not just any coach will do. As first-time RV shoppers, the Peronis aren't sure what type of RV they need. They look at three unique models, but come decision time, it won't be easy for them to choose what features come out on top.
James and Shelly Page are ready to go from camping to "glamping," so they decide it's time to buy an RV. These newlyweds need a Fifth-Wheel that can hold their large family for their travel adventures. They browse three RVs but face a difficult decision when taking their style and budget into consideration.
Walter and Jessica Borgen love traveling with their three daughters and two dogs, so they decide an RV would be great for their family. With a passion for tailgating and vacationing, they're looking for lots of bells and whistles in a Class-A. When RV-shopping, they don't want to settle for anything less than their wish-list; however, they quickly discover a conflict between their budget and the features they're after.
Steve and Bernie Nazer aren't your typical father-son duo. This adventurous pair loves adventuring and camping together, and they're hoping to upgrade their travels with an RV. At the dealership they look at three different classes of RVs; however, the decision won't be easy as they search for a unit that offers both a comfortable drive behind the wheel, along with plenty of space for the two of them.
A Chicago couple is on the hunt for a hotel on wheels with all the luxury they need for vacations complete with heated floors, theatre seating, a bath-and-a-half and more! Meanwhile, a mother-daughter duo looks for a luxurious Class A RV with separate areas for themselves and possibly a cabana boy.
A couple searches for a kid-centric RV that can sleep as many as 10 and has a separate area for the children. Next, a Louisiana couple looks for a family-friendly fifth-wheel with bunk beds to accommodate their two young children.
Ulrika and Glenn are looking for a toy hauler to take their three kids to motorcycle races, so they would like an RV with room for their five motorcycles and sleeping space for 10. Pat and Stephanie also want a toy hauler, but it will be their new home on wheels, so they're looking for two bathrooms and room to brew beer and store the gear for that.
A couple looks for a tiny travel trailer that they can pull with their minivan. They want an RV with a standard bathroom and bunk beds for their two young daughters. Meanwhile, Phil and Mary would like a small Class B or C that's easy to park and drive, looks sharp and has enough room for them and their grandchildren.
Jaci and Amanda hunt for a classic RV to be Jaci's new home. It needs to have light colors and lots of storage space for Jaci's wardrobe. Meanwhile, Leif and Dedra want a brand-new, vintage-style RV with more room than their current one. It must have sleeping space for their daughter and plenty of windows for natural light.
Will and Lauren Mann's love of camping is shown through the three travel trailers they've enjoyed the past few years. But as their family has expanded, it's time for something bigger. Ready for a Fifth-Wheel, they explore new options at the dealership. But what features will they ultimately deem most important for their comfortable- yet affordable- upgrade?
Pat and Stephanie love to brew their own beer and visit local distilleries across the country in their travel trailer. They've now decided to commit to their travels all year long, but will need a larger RV if they want to live in it full-time. This upgrade won't be an easy choice, as they search for a toy hauler with enough space for Pat to work and brew on the road.
Frequent travelers Eric and Tamara are tired of hotels and want to feel more at home on the road. They need the perfect toy hauler that can function not only as a house, but also as an office-on-wheels. Picking out their first RV won't be easy, since they want something with everything they need for both family fun and work.
For the past year, Leif and Dedra have loved exploring the outdoors in the comfort of their RV. The couple has gotten so much use out of it, they're ready for a new one! They're heading out to the dealership to look for an upgrade with more space that still lets them feel close to nature.
JP and Autumn Wilkins love camping with their three little ones in their travel trailer, but it's starting to get a little cramped. They're ready to upgrade to a Fifth-Wheel with more of their wish-list features, like an additional air conditioner to beat the Texas summer heat. The Wilkins give three units a good look-over, but they have a tough decision at hand when determining which has the space and amenities their family needs for travel fun.
Engaged naval officers Michael and Hillary are looking for their first home together. Since they don't know where they'll be stationed next year, they decide to find a home that can travel with them! Can these almost-newlyweds find an RV spacious and comfortable enough to be their first home sweet home?
Mike and Erica really value family time, and have found that traveling in an RV with their daughters and relatives is a fun way to spend time together. After starting with a Class A, they now want an RV they can tow and are seeking a Fifth Wheel with more space and amenities. They'll have a difficult decision choosing one that has everything their family needs.
Keith and Tia Sims weren't exactly sure what to expect when they got an RV for their family three years ago. Clearly, it worked out well, as they're ready for their fourth motor home! This family now knows exactly what they're looking for: a Class-A with more space and amenities to make them feel at home on the road. Will they find a coach that has the perks they need for all of their travels?
Scott and Shanna Cialini love to vacation in their RV with their two kids, Reese and Riley, and are interested in upgrading their current gas model for one with a more fuel-efficient diesel engine. They know they want a bunkhouse for the kids and a carpet-free unit, but will they be able to find the perfect class A that fits their needs?
Darnell and Sheila love to travel and are used to flying, but now they're looking for an RV to add comfort and ease to their travels within the continental U.S. They have a large extended family and want their grandkids to be able to travel with them, meaning they'll need a lot of sleeping space. Will they ultimately choose a smaller Class C or an all-inclusive Class A?
Katy, Stephen and their two children are tired of being cooped up inside, distracted by electronics, so they're taking to the road to spend more quality time with nature and each other. After selling their home, they need to find an RV quickly. They're unsure of exactly what type of RV they want, but they definitely want an island in the kitchen, an outdoor kitchen for Stephen and beds for the girls. Will this family find their dream home on wheels?
Ravyn and Jesse love spending quality time as a family and they're ready to make the leap and be able to go everywhere with each other at any time. They are searching for a unit that will fit their needs, which means an extra bedroom for their daughter and ample storage space due to living in the travel trailer full-time. Will they be able to find a travel that meets all the needs on their checklist?
Susan and Todd Cranford love the United States so much, they moved here about five years ago from Canada. They are eager to show this great country to their children and believe the best way to do that is in an RV! They know they need a lot of storage for all the kids' toys, and Susan wants a large kitchen to ensure her ability to provide meals. What kind of RV will they choose?