Many seasoned RVers share their adventures, RV lifestyle tips, and maintenance videos on their Youtube channels. We searched the ever-growing list of vlogging RVers and narrowed down the top ten traveling Youtubers that you’ll want to subscribe to.
1. RV Love
One of our favorite channels is RVLove, ran by Marc and Julie Bennett. This full-timing couple has been on the road since 2014 and recently published their new book, Living the RV Life – Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road.
After selling their home in Colorado and buying an RV, they traveled to all 50 states while still working remotely full-time. Their videos cover every aspect of RV life from boondocking tips to interior mods and upgrades they’ve made to their rig.
In the video below, they share advice from seven couples on what they wish they had known before RVing. You can learn more about their new book on their website and in our recent article here.
2. RV Lifestyle
Mike and Jennifer Wendland of the RV Lifestyle channel are long-time journalists and full-time RVers. They’ve taken their motorhome (and Bo, their Norweigan Elkhound) all over North America and captured the destinations they’ve visited as well as RV shows and useful gadgets.
You can learn more about the Wendlands in their clip below and on their Youtube channel here. The couple also shares their updates on their Community tab and on their website RVLifestyle.com.
3. RV Geeks
RVgeeks is one of the web’s best resources for RV guides and repair tips. Their Youtube channel has almost 145,000 subscribers (and over 35 million views) thanks to their quality RV maintenance videos.
Their playlists include Lighting & Electrical, RV Trip Tips, Installation/Repair/Replacement, Winter RVing, Great RV Products, RV Quick Tips, and Water & Sewer Systems. Below is one of their most popular videos on how to clean your RV’s gray water tank and sensors quickly and easily.
This fall, they will also be hosting the new TV series, The RVers, which will be debuting on Discovery, PBS, and on Amazon video. You can learn more on the RVgeeks Youtube channel and on their website at TheRVGeeks.com.
4. Changing Lanes
Chad & Tara have documented their travels on their channel Changing Lanes since 2017. The full-timers live and work in a 2018 Grand Design Momentum 397TH, a large 44-foot 5th wheel towed by a 22-foot truck. They also travel with their dog, Daisy, and Lucille, Chad’s Indian Roadmaster motorcycle.
Their videos cover a range of topics including destinations, RV tours, and scenic motorcycle rides. Their featured video below is a great introduction and shares the story behind their name Changing Lanes. You can view more videos on their Youtube channel and on their website at ChangingLanesRV.com.
5. Mortons On The Move
Tom and Cait Morton from Mortons on the Move hit the road in 2015 and have been full-timing ever since. Their videos cover a variety of subjects including RV Solar, RV Tips and Maintenance, and RV Upgrades. In April 2019, they launched their “Go North” series as they are making their way up north through Canada to Alaska in a Lance truck camper.
They will also be starring in the new “The RVers” TV show coming up in November 2019. You can watch more videos on their Youtube channel and on their website.
6. You Me & the RV
Phil and Stacy Farley of You Me & the RV, share adventures, reviews, campgrounds, and products with their rapidly growing YouTube audience. These ex-military vets turned RV’ers really connect to their audience, and are often mobbed when making public appearances at shows and events.
They have also put together a fantastic video about RV LIFE Trip Wizard. You can catch up with Phil and Stacy on YouTube or on their website, TodayIsSomeday.Net
7. Keep Your Daydream
Marc & Tricia post new videos every Sunday evening to their Youtube channel, Keep Your Daydream. Since they started their channel in 2015, their videos have accumulated almost 200,000 subscribers and around 20 million views.
Each of their Seasons have focused on a new area, starting with their travels in Season 1 around the United States, to their explorations around Alaska in Season 5. They also share useful advice for new RV owners, including ten great tips in the video below. You can view their Youtube channel here and follow their travels on their website KeepYourDaydream.com.
8. Drivin & Vibin
Kyle and Olivia from Drivin & Vibin travel full-time in a 16-foot vintage Fiber Stream travel trailer. The couple has gotten over 5 million views on their vlogs since starting their channel in 2015. Their videos highlight the RV parks they’ve visited, as well as other aspects of the full-timing lifestyle. They also share useful tips on boondocking and how to find free or cheap dry camping sites.
To see more of their videos, check out their Youtube channel and their website DrivinVibin.com.
9. Getaway Couple
Jason and Rae Miller are a full-time couple traveling in a 5th wheel and sharing their adventures on their YouTube channel . The Miller’s videos often focus on experiences they have had, both good and bad. They are quick to share helpful tips and routines they have learned while RV’ing in hopes that those new to the lifestyle can avoid some of the common pitfalls they have experienced first hand.
They also share more in-depth thoughts and concepts on the website and blog, GetawayCouple.com.
10. Enjoy the Journey . Life
Last but certainly not least, Tom and Cheri Kenemore are stepping up their full time RV’er game with great content on their YouTube channel, as well as their very active website, EnjoyTheJourney.Life.
Cheri has found a niche video audience with her reoccurring video series, For Women Only.
Susan Dunham says
Good taste. I follow them all as well as many single nomads.
Even tho they re in europe, these two are great!
I think Long Long Honeymoon should of been on the list
Ralph Pinney says
Great list. There is a ton of info on these channels.
I would suggest that LoveYourRV belongs on the list. This is my go-to channel for RV info.
It’s a generational thing I believe. I’m older, and shy away from millenials yacking in front of the camera about the emotional drama in their day to day lives.
In the videos from LoveYourRV, Ray sticks to the facts. You rarely see his face. It’s focused on product reviews and how to ‘s.
Larry Harris says
I will agree, Love Your RV has been a great help for someone in their first year of almost full timing.
John Sanders says
JK’s Adventures is our favorite. They have a smaller following but we really enjoy their content. A good mix of travel and humor.
The Gadget Guru is full of himself and serves up info on high line coaches and manufacturers that no one can afford. The only one in this group worth while watching is The Geeks. Some very good tips and d.i.y. stuff there. I’d strongly suggest Love your RV with Ray Burr. Extremely good travel, repair, and how-to videos. There is no tongue and cheek or drama or anything else detracting in what he produces. Just sound advice for beginners and veterans alike.
Mike Young says
Might I suggest “All About RVs” on the YouTube. Excellent information.
William Terry says
You left off one of the best.
“The Motorhome Experiment” with Paul and Lorena, an excellent YouTube channel.
Chris Bellofatto says
The Motorhome Experiment is my favorite as well. Paul and Lorena are good, down to earth, fun, real people!
I’m sure the others are as well.
Julie Bennett says
What a lovely surprise! Thanks for including us guys! We’re honored to be included among such good company in this list. I do agree Ray Burr’s “Love Your RV” channel is also a good one! So many out there now, but you have definitely included many of our faves. Now, back to video editing – cheers! (PS. We have a blog too – RVLove.com)
Tom C says
These lists are always subjective. There are several here that I follow, and others here that I can’t stomach and no longer follow or never subscribed to.
A couple that I think deserve mention are Less Junk More Journey and ASteamin Life.
Also, a relatively new channel that I think is really up and coming is Finding Our Someday. I could see this family making the very top of most people’s “must watch” list before too long.
Sam Kresslein says
Nice videos but it looks to cold for us! Glad to see your furbaby is spoiled and comfy! Love the fall colors! Thanks for taking us along! Congrats on the film documentary!
Michael Doherty says
Where is LoLoHo? One of the earliest and best channels on You Tube for RV’rs.
Allen S says
You missed two of the best, IMO.
Less Junk, More Journey.
Nathan and Marissa and two lovable young kids full time in a fifth wheel. Finding time for everything is a challenge.
Finding Our Someday.
Cory and Jess and two likable teen girls traveling and rarely staying at commercial campgrounds. Cory’s video skills are top notch.