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6 Things I Love About My RV!

RV owners discuss the different features they love about their different RVs and how they chose their particular models.

Welcome to “6 Things I Love About My RV!” This brand new show by Go RVing introduces you to real-life RV owners who absolutely love their RVs. Each episode features a fast, fun, and informative tour that shows off the 6 features that each owner loves the most!  These RV owners also talk about why they picked their RVs, where they take them for fun, and where they are dreaming of going next.

6 Things I Love About My RV is hosted by Jeremy Puglisi, the co-creator of The RV Atlas and co-author of Where Should We Camp Next? and See You at the Campground. On each and every episode Jeremy and his camera guy Shawn hit the open road to meet some really fun RV owners. Each of these owners takes you inside, outside, and even underneath their awesome rigs!

The first four episodes of 6 Things I Love About My RV are out right now! Here is a sneak peek of each episode with a link to each. Hope you tune in and enjoy the show! Make sure you follow Go RVing on YouTube and Instagram so you don’t miss a single episode.

 

Episode 1: Bill & Nancy’s Flagstaff Superlite 529 RLKS Fifth Wheel

Bill and Nancy are at a transitional phase in their RVing journey, as their older daughter is in college and their younger daughter is still in high school. Since the girls are not traveling with them on every trip, Bill and Nancy wanted a great “couple’s camper” with some transformable space for the kids when they do tag along.

The family’s new Flagstaff Superlite 529 RLKS has a huge living space, with two opposing slides and two sofas that convert to beds. It has functioned just as they imagined, with plenty of room for the girls to travel with them on occasion and no wasted space when they don’t.

The heart of this fifth wheel is the huge, gorgeous kitchen. Bill and Nancy loved the large pantry, so they can pack along the groceries they need. They also appreciate the open and airy bedroom design and some of the on-trend safety features of this trailer. Click below to see what else they loved!

Episode 2: Diane’s Little Guy Max

Diane is an adventurous solo traveler, and her first trailer is the retro-inspired Little Guy Max. This small teardrop is perfect for weekends away with friends, and epic road trips across the country. Diane especially loves the easy towability. She hardly feels the Little Guy Max behind her SUV.

Another feature Diane loves is the solar setup. It’s just enough to charge her battery while her trailer is stored, and she can run things off the USB outlets inside. This Little Guy Max is ready to go off-grid.

Inside the Little Guy Max, Diane appreciates the residential feel, the surprising amount of storage, and the kitchen space. When she bought her small teardrop, she wasn’t sure she would like the wet bath, but it hasn’t been a problem at all—in fact, she loves it now. Plus, having less space taken up by a bathroom leaves more room for a dinette, which converts to a guest bed. Click below to take a tour of Diane's Little Guy Max.

Episode 3: Ellen’s Airstream Globetrotter 27FB

Ellen has the best of both worlds in her RVing life. She has a beautiful seasonal space, where she parks her Airstream Globetrotter 27FB; plus, she also goes out on frequent road trips all across the country with her husband.

Ellen finds herself drawn outside, so she appreciates the Globetrotter’s large awning. Another outdoor feature she appreciates is the black tank flush. It took her over a year of owning the trailer before she started using this, and now, she can’t imagine traveling without it.

Even though Ellen loves the outdoors, she also loves the interior of her trailer, which makes her feel connected to nature thanks to the huge windows. Plus, the functional design makes it super easy and wonderful to live, cook, pack, and sleep in this RV. Ellen even brags about the extra comfortable mattress. Go inside Ellen’s beautiful Airstream, and find out why she named it “Frida.”

Episode 4: Shire and Dave’s Jayco Jay Feather X213

Next, it’s time to take a look at a great family rig. Shire and Dave travel with their two young boys, which made the unique floorplan of the Jayco Jay Feather X213 especially appealing. This 24-foot rig offers easy towability, good gas mileage, and plenty of room inside for everyone. Plus, the long awning extends the living space outside.

One special feature Shire and David especially love is the rear-side gear door, which opens to a storage bay created by flipping up the bottom bunk. Speaking of bunks, these are extra wide, which provides a great sleeping space for teens, adults, or multiple kids.

The unique slide-out king bed at the back of this travel trailer is also extra-large and flanked by side windows, which provide a great cross breeze. The main living space has a couch and dinette, which also convert to beds. Click here to check out the tour of this family-friendly rig.

How to Find an RV You Will Love

Now that you know what these RVers love about their rigs, it’s time to find one that will make your heart skip a beat. Go RVing has the tools you need to find your next rig, whether it’s a tiny teardrop or a luxury fifth wheel. Take a quiz to find your perfect fit, explore rigs and features, find tips and inspiration, and more. The Go RVing website offers a complete set of tools to help you find your perfect RV!

If you enjoyed these first four episodes of “6 Things I Love About My RV,” check back for more on the official Go RVing YouTube channel or on Go RVing's IGTV channel on Instagram! New episodes are dropping every week this summer!

Jeremy Puglisi

Author and co-host of the RV Atlas podcast

Jeremy Puglisi

Jeremy Puglisi is the co-host of the RV Atlas podcast and the co-author of See You at the Campground: A Guide to Discovering Community, Connection, and a Happier Family in the Great Outdoors, and Where Should We Camp Next: A 50 State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and other Unique Outdoor Accommodations. He loves nothing more than hitching up and heading out to the next campground with his family.