Extreme Sports in Extreme Conditions
From the daily grind of real estate to extreme sports goals, see how an RV provides the perfect basecamp for adventurer Rob Lea.Explore His Story
Claire and Emma's Story
Swimming Upstream with the Salmon Sisters
Claire and Emma, founders and owners of Salmon Sisters, hit the road in their Class C to make pick-ups and deliveries and enjoy camping, dining on the beach with friends, and a final outdoor adventure during the last days of fall.Explore Their Adventure
The Hilleke Family's Story
Families That Kayak Together, Stay Together
Tommy, Polly, and their four boys are professional kayakers, navigating some of the most difficult rapids in the USA. Tommy and Polly teach their kids that they can do whatever they put their minds to, whether it's on the river or in life.Explore Their Adventure
The White Family's Story
A Wintery Getaway
The White family is an adventurous group who love the outdoors as well as family time. Their trip to Granby, CO offered the perfect mix of the great outdoors and modern comfort.Explore Their Adventure
Roll Into Your Own Winter Wonderland
Alpine ski areas on U.S. Forest Service land
Miles of Trails on U.S. Forest Service Land
Americans plan to travel for the holidays in 2021
Extend your stay. Take the detour. Change your plans. Expand your itinerary.
of travelers surveyed plan to take at least one overnight domestic leisure trip in 2021 and 34% are planning to take at least three domestic trips this year
of travelers surveyed are booking future domestic trips for May through August
of current RV owners plan to purchase another RV within the next 5 years
Just like families, RVs come in all shapes and sizes. From tiny trailers to spacious motorhomes, the right RV awaits you.
people camp every year
of campers were completely new to camping in 2020
private and public campgrounds in the U.S. with more being built to meet demand
No boarding, no separation, no worry – pets enjoy RVing too. RVing allows every member of the family to run free.
of travelers bring their pets on vacations with them
of travelers intend to travel with their pet six or more times per year and 37% of travelers are planning 3 to 5 getaways with their pet
of pet owners have opted out of taking a trip so they could stay home with their dog
Don’t sacrifice your urge to roam. You can be a million miles from the office and earn a living.
of employers say the shift to remote work has been successful for their company
of campers expect to camp more because they are teleworking or doing distance learning with their kids
of the American workforce may be permanently remote by the end of 2021
Travel Trailers often have large living room areas and dedicated dining and kitchen space with full size appliances and large windows for lots of natural lighting.
Travel trailers are large enough to offer extra storage cabinets and full size showers and bathtubs.
Travel Trailers are large enough to offer a private bedroom, sometimes with king size beds, and additional closet and cabinet space.
In addition to couches and dinettes that convert to beds, some travel trailers have full sized bunk beds with additional storage space.
Travel Trailers are the most popular type of RV because they come in all shapes and sizes and can accommodate solo travelers all the way up to large families.
- Sleeps up to 10 people
- Extra storage
- Full-sized bathroom and toilet
- Large living space & separate bedroom
- Large Entertainment Systems
Lounge, Cook, Sleep
The bench seating teardrop trailers is often used for couch space, seating for meals, and converts to a bed for sleeping. Basic kitchens are standard in teardrops.
Despite their exterior appearance, there is plenty of room to stretch out, cook, and sleep.
- Sleeps 2-3 people
- Light-weight, can be towed with a family car, minivan or SUV
- Basic bathroom amenities
- Basic kitchen amenities
- Can be stored in a garage
Space is used efficiently in class B RVs and many have full wet or dry baths.
Beyond the Basics
Class Bs offer a kitchen, seating, bathroom and place to sleep.
Class B Motorhomes
Class B motorhomes, also known as camper vans, feature all the conveniences of a furnished motor home but are compact enough to make driving one as easy as your regular van or SUV.
- Sleeps 2 to 4 people
- Easy Parking
- Nimble & easy to drive
- Simple Bathroom Facilities
- Compact kitchen
Class A motorhomes come with many features similar to what you have in your house. Comfortable furnishings, larger cabinets and sinks.
Large vanities and double sinks appear in some of these larger RVs.
The layout and size of a Class A allows for a private bedroom separate from the rest of the living space.
While there may be a couple more screens to learn about and a couple more buttons and knobs, being in the drivers seat is not dramatically different than other vehicles that may be more familiar - the back up cameras and alert systems will make newbies more comfortable with some practice.
Class A Motorhomes
Class A motorhomes are designed with the comforts of home in mind equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom, large living and entertainment centers. They are built on specially designed motor vehicle chassis and do not require owning a separate tow vehicle.
- Sleeps up to 8 people
- Ample storage
- Can tow something else for side trips
- Full kitchen and large living area
- Full-sized bathroom and toilet
The back of the RV drops down to create a ramp to easily access the garage for storing bikes, ATVs, kayaks, motorcycles, and other toys to bring along on the RV adventure. Some garage areas also have fold up bunk beds to increase sleeping areas while the garage is not being used.
There is plenty of space in this type of vehicle including a large living area with a kitchen, couch, entertainment system, and a full bathroom.
The larger sport utility RVs have a separate bedroom area for occupants. This can be found in travel trailers, 5th wheels and motorized sport utility RVs.
Sport Utility RVs
Available as travel trailers, 5th wheels, and Class A motorhomes, sport utility RVs are built for those who want to take motorcycles, dirt bikes, ATVs, or other motorized toys on the road with them while RVing. The back of the RV drops down forming a ramp for access into a garage area to easily store and access sports equipment.
- Sleeping capacity for up to 8 people
- Garage for storing and accessing large sports equipment
- Full-sized bathroom
- Kitchen Amenities
- Entertainment Systems
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ROAM Academy 101 - What to Know Before Hitting the Road
Kina Pickett and his family have clocked more than 26,000 miles in their RV. But Kina remembers what it's like to be a new RVer and shares his guide to choosing your RV, essential tools, and what to know before hitting the road.Read
Outside's Top Tips and Tricks for New RVers
Outside Magazine and Go RVing joined forces to create a series of how-to videos and tips and tricks for new RVers. You will find recommendations on the essential tools every RVer should have, tips for greener RVing, camping etiquette and being a responsible RVer, tech tools to save you time, and how to find a legal dispersed campsite.
Wade Holland's Tips for First-Timers
Wade Holland and Abby Wren share their tips on how to find the best RV camping spots, how to hitch and unhitch a towable RV and what they pack when they Go RVing.
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