A Nevada couple decides to buy an RV that will allow them to set up camp while going on ATV trips with friends. They're looking for a toy hauler with dry camping capabilities, an open floor plan and an ATV garage. Will they be able to find the perfect rugged rig to fit their budget?
A Texas couple wants to spend more quality time with their daughters while easing them into outdoor adventures in an RV. They're looking for a travel trailer that is lightweight and easy to tow, but they also want plenty of sleeping space, a large awning, a roomy dinette and a full bathroom. Will this family of four be able to find a rig that'll make for easy camping?
After a recent health scare, a couple decides to make new priorities that include having fun and making memories while taking family trips in an RV. They're hoping to find a diesel unit but this may interfere with their priority of staying within budget. Will they be able to find the perfect motorhome for their family while not breaking the bank?
A fun-loving couple tries to compromise on an RV upgrade that will cater to his rugged camping style and her glamorous camping style. They also love motorcycling, so they are looking for a unit that will accommodate their bikes. Will this couple be able to find a Class A that caters to both of their wants?
A couple hopes to find the perfect RV that will help them achieve their goal of visiting all 50 states. They've decided to live full-time in the new rig so they're looking for a fifth-wheel that will serve as a comfy home for their family of three. Will they be able to find a rig fit for cross-country travel and full-time living?
Caitlin's been competitively riding horses for years, and recently she and her husband, Sam, have decided to swap out hotel rooms for a well-equipped RV. They're looking for a unit to escape the heat at horse shows and room for entertaining.
Rod and Camille want to provide their young sons with more outdoor adventures, so they are looking for their very first RV to take on camping trips. They want plenty of space for their family of five, a king-size bed and protection from bears!
After a scary four-wheeler accident, a Las Vegas couple re-evaluates what they really want in their RV home life. They search for a rig with more room for their granddaughter, plenty of exterior storage space and a bigger kitchen and shower.
Kari and her husband Jose search for their first travel trailer so that they can give their young daughter the same RV camping memories she experienced as a child. However, the two must decide between his toy hauler and her bunkhouse.
A New Jersey couple is looking to purchase their third RV as they transition from a travel trailer to a motorhome. On their wish list is a residential fridge, large bunks, an outdoor entertainment center and more storage.
TJ and his wife Alysha have decided to sell everything and move into an RV so they can spend more time with family. Although they can't agree on a floor plan, they both want a bunkhouse for their boys, two couches, a large fridge and lots of storage.
After adopting their three nieces and increasing their family size from seven to ten, Jason and Nikki Nakamura search for a motorhome that can accommodate their large family. At the top of their wish list is two bathrooms, a large fridge and a lot of storage.
A couple searches for a luxurious class A motorhome for their sporty family's adventures. Their wish list includes a king-size bed, a bunkhouse and an engine with at least 450 horsepower. With a $255,000 budget, will they be able to find the perfect RV?
A couple searches for a fifth wheel to accommodate their growing sons. Their wish list includes more elbowroom, a private master bedroom and a bunkhouse. Will they find all their needs within their $40,000 budget?
A retired mother-daughter duo look for a new, Class A diesel motorhome to live in together full-time. With a budget of $400,000, they hope to find a home with a traditional oven and separate sleeping areas.
A New York couple is looking to upgrade their motorhome for their 10 year anniversary. With a budget of $25,000, they hope to get everything at the top of their wish list, including an outdoor kitchen and space for their dog.
An Indiana couple looks for a new motorhome for their family of four. With a budget of $40,000, they hope to find an RV that's under 40 feet and has a large shower.
A Georgia couple searches for an easy-to-drive motor home to continue the tradition of RV camping with their daughters. He wants two air conditioning units, and they both want a king-size bed and bunks for their girls. They're hoping to hit everything on their wish list while staying within their $150,000 budget.
The Bramer family is searching for a new Class A motorhome for their family of six. After traveling across the Alaskan frontier, they're ready to hit the road in the continental US. He wants a fifth-wheel, but she wants a Toy Hauler, so they need to find some common ground and still stay within their $200,000 budget.
After having their travel trailer stolen, a Texas couple is ready to find the perfect upgrade to replace their old rig. Their wish list includes an outdoor kitchen, a fireplace and the ability to sleep up to eight people. Will the new rig live up to their expectations?
A Texas couple searches for a new motorhome to live in full-time with their family of five. Even though they're downsizing, they want all of the amenities of a stationary home including a large garage, a king-size bed and enough space for homeschooling their kids. Will they be able to get all their needs and keep it within their budget?
A cancer survivor and his wife decide to live by their family motto "You Only Live Once" and hit the road. The couple hopes to find a class A motorhome that meets all of their lifestyle needs and has adequate space for their family of five.
A Texas family wants to trade in their fifth wheel for a motorhome. With a wish list that includes a residential fridge, bunks for the kids and plenty of storage space, they debate whether they should stick to their plan of getting a Class C or upgrading to a Class A.
A Texas family searches for an RV to move into full-time. They're looking for a unit under 12,000 pounds with a large bunkhouse, a U-shaped dinette, a big pantry and a residential fridge on a $40,000 budget.
A young couple searches for a RV to live in during their quest to find their forever home. They plan to stick to their budget of $50,000, and they must have an awning, a spacious bathroom and space to walk around the bed.
A travel-loving couple is looking to trade in their fifth wheel for something smaller. They'd like a unit under 34 feet with a varied color scheme, a TV facing the couch and a free-standing table and chairs.