The Top 10 RV Blogs You’ll Want To Follow
There is a lot of useful information for RVers whether you’re considering full-timing, interested in boondocking, or just love to find new places to camp. Follow these ten RV bloggers as they travel full-time and post their tips, stories, and beautiful travel photos.
1. Free As Wheel Ever Be
Tina & Craig of Free As Wheel Ever Be travel with two cats, Tinsley and Carter, in a 40-foot fifth wheel. The couple loves to spend much of their time along the East Coast visiting with family and friends. They share great articles on their blog about the RV lifestyle, along with travel photos on their Facebook and Instagram pages. Tina also contributes great articles over on Camper Report.
2. Our Wandering Family
Jason, Abigail, and their three kids make up Our Wandering Family. In 2016, they converted a school bus into a tiny home on wheels and named it Wander Bus. They sold everything they owned and left Chicago to travel full-time in their skoolie across the country. The family just recently sold their converted bus and purchased a fifth wheel to live and travel in.
You can learn more about their travels, bus conversion, and family travel tips on their website OurWanderingFamily.com. They also host two family-friendly podcasts including RV Miles and America’s National Parks.
3. Camp Addict
Camp Addict is managed by Marshall Wendler and Kelly Beasley, two full-timers with almost a decade of combined experience on the road. Their website is a very comprehensive guide to RVing, with reviews and guides on everything from electrical to plumbing and towing.
If you’re interested in buying a new RV accessory, like an RV sewer hose, don’t spend the money until you read some of their thorough reviews. They cover all the ins and outs of the product, along with pros and cons lists, and handy comparison charts to help you determine which one is right for you.
Their website also has other useful tips like shower hacks and their ultimate list of RV manufacturers. Check out all of their guides at CampAddict.com.
4. We’re The Russos
Joe and Kait Russo from We’re The Russos sold everything in 2015 to travel and work from the road. The full-timers share updates on their blog and on their widely-followed Youtube channel. In 2017, they also published their new book, Take Risks, to share how they made the leap to the full-time nomadic lifestyle and hope to inspire others to do the same.
Their blog is one of the best resources for van life information. They also write about some of the amazing destinations around the US and abroad where they’ve gone camping. Follow their adventures on their website WereTheRussos.com.
5. Live, Laugh, RV
Al and Ingrid from Live, Laugh, RV hit the road full-time in 2013 after their children were grown and graduated. They have blogged about destinations all over the US but can usually be found around the southwest still staying close to family.
6. The Getaway Couple
Jason and Rae Miller, also known as the Getaway Couple, travel full-time with their dog in a Grand Design fifth wheel. The couple blogs about destinations they’ve visited around the US, as well as RV tips and tricks they’ve learned. They also share videos from the road on their Youtube channel.
Mike and Susan share a wealth of information for RVers on their blog RVBlogger as well as on their Youtube channel. Both Mike and Susan had enjoyed camping their whole lives before they met; now they enjoy life together on the road in a 24’ Gulfstream Conquest Class C motorhome. Their articles cover various topics including useful RV gear, RV how-to guides, and more.
Inspired by the full-time RV lifestyle, Brian and Michelle of LivinRVision sold everything to travel full-time in a Class A coach. The pair share their adventures on a popular Youtube channel as well as on their blog.
Now, we are taking our time and enjoying the sites and adventures at our own pace. Now we can visit destinations without feeling rushed. We used to have to be sure we did everything on the itinerary before flying back home from our occasional vacations. The benefits of this lifestyle keep accumulating! Of course we have bad days as everybody does, but it’s much better now. Without a doubt, we are living our vision! (LivinRVision).
9. Campers and Campfires
Camping over 100 days a year in a Grey Wolf travel trailer, Campers and Campfires share their expertise on a variety of topics for new and seasoned RV owners. Their blog features safety and maintenance tips, newbie information, as well as RV product reviews and recommendations.
10. Grateful Glamper
The DeVries family, also known as Grateful Glamper, first hit the road in 2017 in a spacious Class A motorhome with a Jeep Wrangler towed behind. They document their family travels, as well as RV mods and upgrades, on their Youtube channel and on their website’s blog.