Where to Learn About RVing on YouTube and Blogs
There is a lot of useful information for RVers online whether you’re considering full-timing, interested in boondocking, or just love to find new places to camp.
Ten of the Best 2022 RV Blogs to Follow Include:
Follow these ten RV blogs as they travel full-time and post their tips, stories, and beautiful travel photos.
1. 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.
Marc and Julie Bennett of RVLOVE have a very informative blog, YouTube channel, as well as a complete book on everything you need to know about RVing. Their blog includes DIY RV mods, tips and checklists, tips on RV trip planning, RV vehicle setups and more.
Follow their YouTube channel to catch up on their latest travel tips and adventures. In the video below, RVLOVE gives a full tour of their new 2019 Casita travel trailer.
3. Drivin’ And Vibin’
Kyle and Olivia Brady of Drivin’ And Vibin’ post daily articles on all things RVing. They also share useful RV tips and tours over on their YouTube channel. They offer some of the best tips on boondocking, free campsites, and RV living.
4. Mortons On The Move
Tom & Cait Morton of Mortons On The Move were featured on the hit show, The RVers. These full-time RV experts share weekly RV comics and lifestyle tips on their website, as well as tips for RV newbies and maintenance.
You can also follow their YouTube channel to catch up on their latest travels and tips. They recently renovated a 20-year-old truck camper into a luxury overland vehicle, and shared the process in the video below.
5. You, Me, & The RV
Phil & Stacey Farley of You, Me, & The RV offer lots of useful tips on their website Today is Someday. They have RV lifestyle tips on their blog, as well as links to their favorite gear and fundraising efforts for military charities. Subscribe to their YouTube to follow their latest RV life tips and vlogs.
6. Changing Lanes
Chad and Tara Florian of Changing Lanes have a wealth of great content on their website and YouTube channel. They share must-visit locations, educational articles, gear reviews, and fun videos on the RV lifestyle.
7. Keep Your Daydream
Marc and Tricia Leach of Keep Your Daydream have an inspiring blog, podcast, YouTube channel, and website, HowToStartAYouTubeChannel.com. Their blog includes a wide variety of useful tips on the RV lifestyle and travel guides. Pull up their YouTube to watch their latest adventures, KYD Route 66 Series, and KYD cooking tips.
8. Enjoy The Journey
Tom and Cheri Kennemore share RV living tips and more on their site, EnjoyTheJourney.Life. On their blog, you’ll also find links to their favorite RV gadgets as well as great RV living resources. Head over to their YouTube to check out their latest adventures and RV tours.
9. RV Lifestyle
The Wendlends cover all things RVing on RV Lifestyle, including amazing destinations, RV equipment, can’t-miss campgrounds, and boondocking tips. Both newbies and seasoned RVers can find useful tips on their blog and YouTube channel.
10. Hinton The Trail
Chris and Suzannah Hinton of Hinton The Trail have blogged about destinations all over North America. Check out their YouTube channel for more tips on the RV lifestyle, RV cooking, and to stay up-to-date on their latest RV travels.
Kelly Beasley says
Thank you for including us, Nikki! (Camp Addict) Definitely some great blogs in this list. Well done. 👏🏼
Jana Long says
Hi thank you for having available. This for people like me who are new to rving my name is Jana long and I am 40 years old and I got a 93 Fleetwood Southwind it was very well taken care of previous owners only one although it hasn’t been run in a while so I’m learning everything about this I am moving out of my apartment leaving everything I know he Hind to see memories and enjoy what I have left in life I am very anxious to get any and all pointers chips and whatever else anybody feels like telling me please my email I don’t know if it’s a lot or not but my email is Jana_long@yahoo.com. I look forward to sharing my stories and continuing to watch others
I’d like to recommend Love Your RV. Ray Burr has done many repairs and has both beginning and advanced type videos for all interested rv’ers.
R. Hamilton says
What’s his URL address??
Bill C Patten says
I second that. I check with Ray everyday
Joe & Kait says
Hey Nikki. Thank you for putting together this great resource. We’ve had the pleasure of connecting with some of the awesome folks on your list and look forward to checking out the blogs that are new to us.
I second Love your RV. Rays quality videos and reviews of campgrounds and RV equipment is well worth a look. Cheers!
So many others! Keep Your Daydream, Long Long Honeymoon, All About RVs, Fate Unbound – All have RVing vlogs on YouTube that are excellent!
Thank you for including us on this list of “blogs”. We’re in great company 😊
Tina K says
Thank you so much for the highlight of our blog. Exciting! We are so fortunate to be part of this wonderful RVing community!
Denise Bumby says
This is a great list of blog/vlogs. Many I read and watch all of the time, some I know personally, (Free as Wheel Ever Be) and I know how much work and time they put into sharing information with us all. Their work is appreciated and thanks for bringing them together in this great article.
Thank you, this is a helpful list of RV Blogs.
steven strick says
Michael Harlow says
We’d love to be included in the 2020 list. We have a great following on our YouTube, Blog, Instagram and more. https://www.TheAdventureTravelers.com
Thank in advance,
Michael & Melissa
Bruce Miller says
My wife & I normally travel to Az for the winter. We’d like to see what you bloggers think about RV travel this winter. Are you going or staying put?
Bruce & Paula Miller
Adam Overby says
Awesome lineup of some very helpful RV blogs and resources. Along with some great youtube channels with huge followings. If you have an “honorable mention” list I’d love to be included on your next write up. http://www.aowanders.com ~ Travelers Junction helping RVers travel longer, safer, smarter & CHEAPER
Thank you for sharing this list. It will be a great source of information for the people who are looking for it. I really love to camp and travel.
steven strick says
We’ve had our blog going for 10 years….all over the country in our 40-footer.
check it out
Zachary Schneiderman says
Thank you for all of the great resources. Looking forward to getting out and about soon.
would anyone be interested in a blog by a single woman who will be hitting the road with her 3 dogs, cat and sugar glider in a 40 ft car hauler with living quarters? I’m a total newbie and anticipate many antics….. I will be staying 2-3 month in each location as I will be working full time from my RV. anyone?
Chris Hinton says
Thank you so much for including us with these other folks. There are so many great bloggers and vloggers out there and it’s an honor to get mentioned alongside some of these big names. We really appreciate it and hope we’re able to help a few other RVers find their path. -Chris & Suzannah
David Knocke says
I have also enjoyed and learned a lot from RV Street. I think this one should be near the top of your list.
Mark Ray says
You’ve left out the very best blog,,,Long long honeymoon, absolutely the best anywhere on YouTube
joanne knapp says
Hi Kate, I would be interested in your blog if you are still traveling. I m a new solo camper with 13 ft Scamp.
would love suggestions and lessons learned while you have been on the road.
Alan C says
Great resource! Thanks for sharing – and, also for including Morton’s on the Move…wonderful communicators and masters of the traveled and less-traveled roads!
Thank you for this list. I do follow most of these blogs. I’d love to see more Class C owners’ blogs. I get a lot of generic information from the travel trailer peeps but not much for Class C owners.
Carmen and Jim Beaubeaux says
What about Living in Beauty, http://www.livinginbeauty.net
Kev Brady says
I’m hanging out in LA for a while and I’m looking to buy a class B or a class C recently used rig. Can anyone recommend a dealership with the largest inventory within 150 miles or so?