Hello Adventurers! Below you will find a fabulous list of families and couples who have also decided to hit the road and enjoy the RV lifestyle. They all have something to offer, from RV resources and tools, to fitness, to travel stories, to gear reviews and travel locations, and most of all, inspiration. Enjoy!
Crazy Family Adventure
Craig & Bryanna
We are a family of 6 (plus a dog), who sold our house, bought an RV, and have been traveling full time around North America since May, 2014! Our goal all along has been to simplify our life by having less things, and instead focus more on doing things. We write about destinations to visit with your family and what to do when you are there. We also write about full time travel and work from the road.
Our Vie Adventures
Cees & Madison
‘Vie’ means ‘life’ in French. This is Our Vie! The story started in 2014 when Cees proposed to Madison in Yosemite National park. At that moment, we promised to be each others permanent adventure buddies. The team has grown since then, but the purpose has stayed the same – work hard, play hard, and live life to the fullest. We took to the road full-time in 2016 to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the National Parks. We wanted to see all 59! We thought that we would complete the trip, and then return to “normal life” (whatever that might look like). As luck would have it, we ended up loving road life way too much to ever look back!
Frugal RV Travel
Marianne & Randy
Marianne and her husband travel frequently for extended periods on a small budget. Their biggest savings come from not paying for camping every night. They know how to find boondocking, especially in the southwestern states. Marianne wrote a series of guides to help others do the same. There are far fewer free camping opportunities in more populated areas so they created their own solution; they started www.boondockerswelcome.com.
The Fit RV
James & Stef
James and Stef are RVing fitness pros working to promote a more active and healthy RV lifestyle. On their blog, you can find fitness inspiration and practical exercises you can do from your RV with little to no equipment. James is a former rocket scientist and avid tinkerer, so their site is also full of RV mods and experiments that everyone can relate to (or laugh at). Throw in a humorous blog, and an active YouTube channel, and you’ve got The Fit RV.
Caz & Craig
y Travel blog creates inspirational and epic content that provides useful tools, strategies, and resources to help readers unplug from the chaos of life, to reconnect to what matters most, to travel more, and and to create better memories. They want to inspire people to follow their bliss and collect memories and moments over possessions. Caz, Craig, and their two daughters, are currently road tripping across the USA to tell the stories that have not been told! Enjoy the Journey!
The Holcombes are a family of three from Boulder, CO who sold their home in 2014 and moved their family and photography business into a Winnebago View. They have been exploring wild and beautiful places ever since. They are photojournalists who specialize in bringing their adventures to life through their photographs, short films and narratives. Over the past three years, they have travelled over 200,000 miles through 49 states, explored most of the National Parks and have some incredible stories from their whitewater kayaking and climbing adventures across the continent. You can follow the Holcombes adventures at:
Amy & Brad
Winnie Brave, a husband-and-wife two-man-band of epic sonic proportions. This internationally-touring duo travel the country in their 1976 Winnebago with their two dogs. For more info and tour dates please visit our website below!
Heath & Alyssa
We are Heath and Alyssa and we run heathandalyssa.com, where we teach others how to travel and run a business full-time on the road. Heath hosts The RV Entrepreneur Podcast, the top ranked RVing podcast on iTunes, where he interviews other full-time RVers on how they balance work on the road. Alyssa runs their blog and new Youtube channel where they share a candid look at their adventures on the road, crazy as they may be.
We make pre-assembled, plug-n-play camper van kits. A full kit, which can be shipped or picked up locally, transforms a specific van model (though we are prototyping others) into a basic camper van in as little as one hour, with simple tools and no alterations to the van, we even provide the hardware. We want people to have an easy, affordable, reliable camper van that gets them outdoors more often. Also, we are working on our blog that will highlight: owner stories/travels, tips and tricks for camping, gear reviews and other pertinent information regarding owning a Wayfarer Van.
Mike & Jennifer
The Roadtreking blog celebrates the RV lifestyle with stories and photo about RV travel, boondocking, interesting people and places, and how-to tips. The RV Lifestyle YouTube Channel at rvlifestylechannel.com is devoted to videos about all aspects of RV living. We also host an hour-long weekly RV Podcast at roadtreking.com/podcasts or on iTunes as RV Podcast. Mike is the Family Motor Coach Association’s Roving Reporter and author of the Open Mike Column in Family Motor Coaching Magazine and the NBC-TV Newschannel technology correspondent for all 215 NBC-TV stations.
My RV Lifestyle YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/roadtrekingmike
The Freedom Theory
Josh & Kali
Josh and Kali are nomads. Their mission is to inspire others to live a simpler life, opt out of the norm, and find their own personal freedom. On January 1st, 2015, they decided to make a leap of faith and escape the rat race that is modern life.Thirty days later they had moved out of their condo and into an RV. On June 14th, they hit the road and they’ve never looked back. They currently travel the US in a 36-foot 5th wheel, towed by a Ram 3500 diesel dually. They document their travels on YouTube.
Michael & Crissa
Ditching Suburbia helps families find lives outside of the suburbs so they can enjoy simpler living, have a closer family, give their kids a richer education, and find uncommon adventures. Follow along below!
We also have: Boyink! – A full service Content Studio for the Information Technology and RV Industries.
Chris & Cherie
We’re Chris & Cherie of Technomadia.com – on the road as perpetual nomads since 2006, working remotely in high tech fields. We travel with our cat Kiki and enjoy sharing a slice of our lives via the blog, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We’re currently splitting our time between land based travels in our vintage bus conversion and water travels via the American Great Loop aboard our motor yacht.
Life Among Pines
Sam & Brendan
Life Among Pines is a travel blog dedicated to documenting the everyday adventures of Brendan and Samantha Binger, a nomadic, twenty-something couple. Here, we describe everything our RV life entails, including recaps of visits to particular areas, gear reviews, national park recaps, opinion pieces, information on working from the road, and more! We also include photos from our day-to-day travels and descriptions of our rig, our crew, and our story. So head on over to our website to learn more, we hope that you enjoy!
Jim and Heather
Team Burho is a weekly blog documenting the lives of two 30-somethings who sold it all to live full-time in a 1995 RV named Bertha. Our first year on the road took us in a full loop around the US, to 34 states, as we trained for Ironman races and navigated the waters of our brand new marriage.
RV Family Travel
As a long time professional blogger, I had an itch to scratch. That itch was to do something online with this hobby of mine – traveling and camping in our RV. My wife had registered our domain name a year or so previously, but we never got around to using it. So, I decided to make it happen. RV Family Travel (or as I call it for short, RVFT) is a travel blog and an RV reference blog mixed together. I wanted to post stuff which would be truly helpful for other RVers (or aspiring RVers) and not make it solely about where we were heading off to. Plus, since we’re not full-timers, we didn’t want our travels to be the only source of material. RVFT is a young site and I would imagine we’ll be making adjustments along the way. But, my family and I are happy to share our experiences with the growing group of younger RV travelers who haven’t waited until retirement to enjoy life on the go.