A couple that loves to travel and is used to flying is looking for an RV to add comfort and ease to their travels within the continental US. 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. They aren't sure if the smaller Class C will offer enough space, but the all-inclusive Class A may be out of their budget.
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?
Travel nurse Jaci Cederberg has always loved to travel and move around, and now she wants her home to come with her everywhere. She and her best friend Amanda Brey are looking for a travel trailer that Jaci can live in full-time. Jaci needs tons of storage for her extensive wardrobe, as well as an open floor plan, but is worried about towability with her SUV. Which travel trailer will end up suiting her best?
Breana Evans and Robert Haley love a great adventure. They're moving from Boise, Idaho, into their RV full-time so they can live a more intrepid lifestyle. Ideally, they want a lightweight unit so they can pull it with their current truck. They also would love as many windows as possible to guarantee the ability to see all the sights around them as they travel. Which unit will they end up driving away with?
Phil and Mary love being grandparents, and they're ready to take their family on the road. The couple is searching for a Class C unit that is easier to drive than other models, but they still want a comfortable ride. Their new RV must accommodate car seats and have plenty of storage for all the toys their grandkids will want to bring along on their trips.
Brian and Diane love vacationing with their family in their RV, and they're ready to invest in a larger, more comfortable unit. They're searching for a Class A motor home with a bunk area for their three kids and a spacious interior that can accommodate Brian's wheelchair.
Newlyweds Noëlle and Andrew are ready to take their work as health coaches on the road. They need ample space in their living area to workout and counter space in the kitchen for cooking healthy meals. The couple would also love to utilize state and national parks, so they need a unit under 30 feet.
Adventure lovers Katie and Noah are shopping for a RV to take them around the United States. Katie really wants a full kitchen, including an oven, because they love cooking together as a couple. They also need a unit that is 26 feet or shorter to be able to beach camp and plenty of sleeping space for their guests.
Denise and Brian have loved camping their entire lives and plan to go full-time when Brian retires, so they are searching for an RV that will help them see places not accessible by airplane. They love to cook and want a residential-sized fridge and a dishwasher for easy cleanup. Since they're going to be spending so much time in their new RV, they want it to have the comforts of home, like a roomy shower and king-sized bed.
Veterans Jennifer and Kory are ready to hit the road and explore every corner of the United States with their family. Both want plenty of space and a large refrigerator in their RV while Jennifer really needs a bedroom door. The couple would also love a bathtub for their young son, Troy.
Kym and Kevin are ready to make the move out of Los Angeles and are looking for a large fifth wheel to call home. Kevin loves to cook, so it is imperative that he has a lot of counter space in a large kitchen. They also have two dogs and one cat, meaning carpet is a no-go. Additionally, they want to use the fifth wheel for off-the-grid camping and need a space to install solar panels.
Buddy and Noelle Williams' career has allowed them to travel all over the world with their 18-year-old son, Michael. With Michael heading off to college, Buddy and Noelle want to purchase an RV that acts as their mobile office and hotel, allowing them to comfortably explore their own country.
Brent and Jenn Nims and their three sons live full-time in their RV. As the family gets larger, their current fifth-wheel stays the same size. So now they are in search of larger Fifth-Wheel that will give them the space they need as their family continues to grow.
Cesareo and Janette Razo from Las Vegas, NV, have loved camping their entire lives. Now, they want to pass the tradition on to their two children. They started with a tent and then a small travel trailer, and now they're ready to upgrade to a fancy fifth-wheel.
Reggie and Seemaa Prasad from San Francisco, CA, have recently become a family of five. They love taking their kids camping, but they are quickly outgrowing their current travel trailer. They need to find a bigger travel trailer to accommodate their big family.
Full-time RVers, Jason and Kristin Snow, and their three dogs have lived in a 1965 Airstream Trailer for almost two years. They love living and working in a trailer full-time. However, they are ready to upgrade to a newer, drivable RV that's still small enough to fit into all of the campgrounds and remote locations they want to explore.
Eric and Danielle Hannan have lived and worked out of their Class-C RV for the past year. They love living on the road full-time, but they don't love the lack of space. To fulfill all of their wants and needs, they are looking to upgrade to a larger fifth-wheel.
Lauri and Jason Stumph met in the Minnesota International Guard and have been married for 10 years. Now that they are retired from the Service, they want to spend time getting to know their own country. They plan to sell their house and travel around America in their new permanent home on wheels.
Michael and Lisa Greene want a new life experience, so they decide to put most of their belongings in storage and RV full-time. The Greenes want a simpler, less-cluttered lifestyle, exploring the country with their two sons, and they need the perfect RV for the journey. They browse three RVs, trying to determine which has everything they need to live happily on the road and make the most of this new chapter!
A family needs to take their kitchen with them when they vacation due to their daughter's food allergies. With two growing daughters and a necessity to work from the road, it's time to upgrade from their current travel trailer to a fifth-wheel.
The Kilroys have loved RV-camping the past few years, but as the kids get older, this family needs more space than their current travel trailer offers. Looking for a fifth-wheel, Jim and Nadine have to decide which upgraded features take priority. They browse three great options, but the struggle comes when Jim prefers a coach with toy-hauling space and Nadine prefers one with a bunkhouse.
After getting married, adventure-seekers Joey and Brittney Lorenzo decided to forego buying a house and to instead purchase an RV. Excited to travel the country, they're looking for a travel trailer to get them through the beginning of their marriage. The Lorenzos enjoy browsing RVs, but they struggle to determine which one best accommodates the adventure they're after.
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.