40 Best RV YouTube Channels You Need to Watch 

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There are so many RV YouTubers now that it doesn’t matter if you are interested in luxury camping or boondocking on a budget. You’ll find folks sharing from their van, trailer, motorhome, or tent. Whether you like full-time RVing couples or weekend warriors, there is something for everyone!

Below is the list of our favorite channels in no particular order.

Some of these channels we watched religiously before hitting the road, some we have met while on the road, and others have become good friends.

Let us know in the comments your favorite and who we need to check out next!

What Is An RV YouTuber?

An RV YouTuber is a content creator that shares their experiences, adventures, and knowledge on, you guessed it, YouTube.

Many of these users document their travels and share helpful tips and other aspects of the RV lifestyle. They typically range from weekenders to seasonal campers and full-timers. 

Rae and Jason, RV YouTubers, outside filming a video in an RV park

What Type of Content Is Created By RV YouTube Channels?

The content created by RV YouTube channels typically follows specific patterns. Let’s look at some of the most common types of content you’ll find on these channels.


One reason why many people enjoy these types of channels is because of the educational opportunities. Some content creators are practically experts and can be a wealth of knowledge in various segments of RVing. You can find channels for information on solar installations, travel planning, or anything about RVing.

Whether you’ve been RVing for years or just getting started, there’s always something new to learn. You can find how-to and instructional videos that walk you through common maintenance items and repairs.

If you have the right tools and DIY skills, they could save you money on repairs, maintenance, and upgrades.


Many of these channels create content simply for entertainment purposes. People enjoy watching other people’s adventures and living vicariously through them.

You can find plenty of videos from people documenting their travels and experiences. Some of the most entertaining videos are of people doing activities that are impossible for the average person.

Have you ever wanted to hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon or hike the entire Appalachian Trail? You can find content from RV Youtubers sharing their experiences in a purely entertaining way.

You never know; you may start watching it for entertainment purposes and get inspired to push yourself to do something adventurous too.

RV YouTubers are regular people with bills to pay. As a result, they often team up with brands to produce sponsored content. Some creators are better than others at creating this type of content.

If not done well, it can often feel forced and like those Saturday morning infomercials.

The best type of sponsored content comes from creators who believe in and regularly use the product. Many of these deals offer viewers discount codes or special incentives to try products.

This can be a win-win for both the content creator and the partnering brand.

RV YouTubers recording a video in front of a fifth wheel RV

40 Best RV YouTube Channels To Watch 

Are you looking to expand the channels you subscribe to on YouTube? If so, we’ve found some of the best RV YouTube channels.

However, remember that each channel has a unique personality, and you’ll likely not like every single channel just because they’re RVers. This list will give you a great place to start enjoying high-quality content.

40. Venturesome Couple

Chris and Martha started their channel, Venturesome Couple, in January 2021. They enjoy RVing, cruising, and just about any road trip they can go on. The couple shares their joys, struggles, and stresses as they face their fears and embrace the non-traditional RV lifestyle.

39. Chickery’s Travels

Sean and Julie Chickery are the content creators behind Chickery’s Travels. They started sharing content on their YouTube channel in July 2017. These empty nesters are Air Force veterans with a passion for traveling. 

Compared to many other channels, they enjoy a slower pace, which means you can experience adventures away from the same old tourist attractions everyone documents. Chickery’s Travels is one channel you’ll want to follow if you enjoy adventures off the beaten path.

38. It’s Me, Raini Lee

It’s Me, Raini Lee is the YouTube channel of Keith and Raini Lee. On the channel, you’ll find plenty of entertaining videos documenting the infinite amount of fun possible while on the road.

However, one of the most inspiring characteristics of the channel is the couple’s joy in giving back. They organize events they call “Volunteerups,” where they bring the travel community together to give back to different areas.


37. RV Blogger

Mike and Susan of RV Blogger launched their channel in February 2019, growing it to 156,000 subscribers and more than 20 million views. They share helpful information about RV life and their experiences on the road.

Their series of how-to videos are fantastic for anyone looking to embrace the lifestyle and transition to full-time RV life. In addition, they’re an appealing option for the entire RV community as they offer a wide variety of knowledge on various types of campers and RVs.

36. Gander Flight

Joshua creates content about DIY projects, RV life, gear reviews, and much more. His ability to provide high-quality content and honest reviews is unlike most channels.

He reviews various products, many of which are helpful to those in the RV community. If you want an honest opinion about various products, subscribe to Gander Flight. Joshua will help you to make more informed shopping decisions and think critically about the gear you’re buying.

35. Wayward Waggs

Dustin and Leslie from Wayward Waggs have run their channel since November 2013. While many people travel with dogs or cats, Dustin and Leslie travel with their bearded dragon, Scout. The couple creates content documenting their travels throughout the United States, DIY projects they tackle, offer product reviews and share tips and tricks.

34. Nomadic Fanatic

Eric of Nomadic Fanatic travels the country and shares his experiences chasing 70-degree weather in his RV. He visits national parks, theme parks, and almost any other fun adventure that comes his way.

Since 2013, he’s grown his channel to more than 236,000 subscribers and racked up 103 million views. He enjoys sharing the glamorous and not-so-glamorous parts of life with his viewers. If you want to add a spice of fun to your subscription list, don’t overlook Eric at Nomadic Fanatic.

33. Grateful Glamper

Ben and Charity of Grateful Glamper launched their channel in August 2018. If you’re looking for a fun RV family to follow, the Grateful Glamper just might be it.

The family documents their travels while providing campground reviews, RV-related tips, and project ideas. They’ll show you that full-time RV life as a family is possible, and you can thrive while enjoying it.

32. Matt’s RV Reviews

Matt’s RV Reviews was launched in March 2016. Over the years, Matt’s RV Reviews has become one of the most trusted content creators due to the honesty behind every review. When reviewing every camper, they provide three things they like about it and three things they don’t. 

While some channels paint a rosy picture, Matt’s RV Reviews strives to provide an honest depiction. If they don’t like something, they’re going to tell you. Don’t buy an RV without checking out what Matt and the team have to say about it!

31. Creativity RV 

Robyn from Creativity RV is a full-time nomad that started her channel in 2018. She shares her passion for traveling and encourages others to pursue their dreams.

She offers insights into her travels and provides a wealth of knowledge and resources to help others take steps toward embracing whatever adventure they dream of. If you’re looking for inspiration and positivity, you’ll want to subscribe to Creativity RV.

30. Switch It Up

Todd and Sheila from the YouTube channel Switch It Up launched their channel in September 2020. Both Todd and Sheila lost a parent in 2019, rocking their worlds. Out of their grief, they were inspired to take a bold step. They decided to see the things they wanted to see. You can follow their adventures and see them living life to the fullest.

29. Happily Ever Hanks

Kyle and Renee of Happily Ever Hanks hit the road in 2017 as traveling ER nurses. However, they quickly fell in love with the traveling lifestyle. They sold their home in 2019 and created their Youtube channel in 2020 to help educate others about the lifestyle.

It wasn’t long after starting their channel that the couple was able to turn it into their full-time careers. Whether you’re looking for entertainment, education, or a little bit of both, the Hanks provide it in every video they release.

28. Wandering Weekends

Cory and Brooke have full-time jobs, a home to care for, two small children (Townley and Beckett), and a rescue pup (Tallulah).  While they aren’t full-time RVers, they would like to inspire you to get out and go!

Follow their adventures as they take a break from the daily grind and explore the U.S. in their Grand Design Imagine 2800BH. 

27. Love Your RV

This channel showcases RV tips and tricks, how-tos, modifications and upgrades, and reviews of RV products they personally use. Also, look for Travel Report Vlogs detailing the many cool places they explore in their RV.

26. New State Nomads

Howard and Katelyn worked from home and decided to take the show on the road. They live in a 200 sq. foot RV (2019 Winnebago Navion 24D) with their two dogs, Piper and Ella. During their travels to Mexico, they adopted a third dog, Scout.

They are now full-time RVers and share travel tips, hacks, and how they travel the globe for cheap.

25. Today Is Someday (Previously You, Me & the RV)

Previously known as You, Me & the RV, Phil and Stacy are both Navy veterans who love to travel and find new adventures. After experiencing foreign ports of call during their Navy years, they decided it was time to explore our great country in their 35-foot Tiffin Allegro 33AA.

24. Finding Our Someday

Corey and Jessie sold our home in Maine and almost everything they own and moved into a Grand Design Reflection. They travel the country with their girls, Lily and Leila, hoping to find a new place to call home.

Their family took the leap after Jessie’s father passed away after a long fight with ALS, Lou Gehrig’s, at just 53. He didn’t get his “someday”, so they decided not to wait to find theirs.

23. Brazen Brits

Laurence and Natalie are a riot! Their bio reads “Brazen: Bold and without shame. Brit: A British Person,” and we love it. After a few episodes, you catch onto their dry humor and don’t stop laughing.

They travel with their two dogs, Roxy and Jax in their 37ft Grand Design RV travel trailer. They share their entire experience, both good and bad.

22. Life With Paul & Lorena

Previously known as The Motorhome Experiment, Paul and Lorena Charron are a suburban couple who traded in their comfortable 1,879 square-foot lifestyle for RV living and the confinement of a 240 square-foot house on wheels.

Join these RV vloggers as they travel the United States, learning about the local flora and fauna, discovering things about this fantastic country they didn’t know, and learning things they never even knew about themselves. Their channel is unscripted, mostly unplanned, and unfiltered.

21. Project Trek

Check out the Axness Family! They launched in April 2017 to travel full-time in their RV. They homeschool their children while they travel across America to spread health, wealth, and abundance while sharing it all on YouTube.

20. Crazy Family Adventure

The mission at Crazy Family Adventure is to help families see how family travel is such a fantastic way to deepen your family bond. They want to do this by sharing family travel tips, showing you how they travel with their family of 4 young kids plus 2 dogs, and highlighting destinations that they have been to that are perfect for families.

Traveling with your family isn’t always easy, but it is fun, rewarding, and brings your family closer together!

19. Always On Liberty

Ahoy! Dan & Lisa are “Always On Liberty” In 2014, they finally hung up their Coast Guard uniforms and traded the Kentucky bluegrass for greener pastures to explore America in their RV! They will show you how they do it, where they go, and who they meet along the way.

Ride with them to unique destinations they’ve explored from the Atlantic to the Pacific. From highways to byways, they will take you the America you’ve never seen.

Liberty means being free to do the things they want to do and live where they want to live. So climb aboard and enjoy their journey with them.

18. Irene Iron Travels

Christine and Aaron are a full-time RV couple running a fitness and nutrition coaching business. They hit the road in January 2019 in an Airstream Interstate Class B RV. However, after 2.5 years in the van, they decided to upsize. Now they travel comfortably in a 26′ Outdoors RV 22FQS Travel trailer.

Christine is a NASM certified personal trainer and nutrition coach. Aaron runs their website and Youtube channel while doing all the RV upgrades and reviews. Follow along with their RV life every Sunday on YouTube as they travel the country and follow their dreams!

17. Adventure Endeavor

Jesse and Melissa hit the road as a young married couple with their two dogs, and have since added a baby to their travels. Truly embracing adventure, they love hiking, biking, offroading, and exploring as much as possible. They frequently push themselves outside of their comfort zone and share it all on their channel.

16. RV with Tito DIY

Brian makes DIY videos on YouTube covering RV solar, maintenance, off-grid living, and mobile communications. He hopes his videos empower you to perform your own RV maintenance and upgrades. You’ll be surprised how much you can do with basic DIY skills!

His wife Melissa and him have been RVing for over 12 years and enjoy sharing what they see and learn with you. He has learned how to maintain his RV and do major DIY upgrades that have significantly improved the way they use their RV.

15. Eat See RV

Liz and Dennis dumped their day jobs to become location independent Real Estate Investors traveling the United States. They are now on their third RV and share excellent tips, tricks, and the best places to visit while RVing.

Also, if you are interested in RVing to Mexico at all, this is the channel for you. They have loads of helpful content regarding how to safely travel to Mexico and enjoy (almost) every minute down south.

14. All About RVs

All About RVs is another excellent channel for the DIYer. Jared shares extremely informative videos that clearly explain the topic. He’s concise, entertaining, and a great person to learn from.

13. Traveling Robert

Robert shares his RV travel stories from the road in the USA and occasionally overseas. You can tell he enjoys the journey as much as the destination. He samples the local cuisine, visits the main attractions, and loves off-the-beaten-path destinations.

12. We’re the Russos

We’re the Russos YouTube channel is all about van life, RV living, and travel. They travel full-time in a camper van and share their journey and what life is like living in a van. Not only do they travel the US, but take their adventures overseas!

11. Big Truck, Big RV

Big Truck Big RV’s channel provides honest, real, and credible reviews of new Pickup trucks, SUVs, RVs, and accessories. The goal is to give the viewers a better perspective on buying and owning trucks and RVs.

10. RV Lifestyle

Mike and Jennifer of RV Lifestyle are long-time journalists and love traveling North America. They’re known for finding interesting people and places to share in their YouTube videos and RV podcasts.

And they like hearing from you! So if you want an active community, this is your channel.

9. Long Long Honeymoon

Long Long Honeymoon (“Loloho”) celebrates travel and outdoor adventure as one of the longest-running RV YouTube channels. Sometimes they tote an Airstream travel trailer; sometimes, a backpack, and show it all on their popular RV YouTube channel.

8. Drivin’ and Vibin’

Kyle and Olivia are two Alabama natives who traveled full-time in their self-renovated Airstream Argosy camper. They settled down after having their first child, Nora. While they aren’t releasing new content nowadays, they have a backlog of videos worth checking out.

7. Enjoy The Journey.Life

Tom and Cheri are sharing their adventures (and challenges), advice and more from the road. Inspiring others to do it now and live life on their terms; a life of freedom and adventure.

Whether you are ready now, are just in the dream stage or have already started, sign up and subscribe to their YouTube channel to get inspiration, travel ideas, and real how-to information.

6. Keep Your Daydream

After years of waiting for the right scenario or the ideal time, they decided to trade in their “perfect dream” for what they were actually able to do right now. That was three countries, thirty-eight states, and over 80,000 miles ago!

They searched every channel on YouTube to find inspiration. It seemed like everyone “sold everything” or had unlimited money. What about the people that enjoyed their life, but we’re ready for a change? That was what inspired them to create Keep Your Daydream.

5. Changing Lanes RV

Chad and Tara (and their dog Daisy) sold their house and everything in it to live and travel full-time in their toy hauler! Their YouTube videos document their travels all over North America, RV DIY projects, RV tips and tricks, and their motorcycle rides on their 2018 Indian Roadmaster.

4. Less Junk More Journey

Nathan and Marissa traded in their house for RV living full-time! They travel with their two children and showcase the ups and downs of RV life. Join them on YouTube as they share their adventures and showcase what life on the road as a full-time family is like.

3. RV Geeks

Since 2011, Peter & John have hosted one of YouTube’s most popular channels about RVing. In 2019, they made the big leap to broadcast television from YouTube. They co-host the TV series The RVers on PBS, iTunes & Amazon.

As full-time RVers since 2003, they specialize in DIY and how-to videos, helping fellow RVers learn to manage, maintain, repair, and upgrade the systems on their own RVs.

2. Mortons on the Move

Tom and Cait Morton are the RV Youtubers Mortons on the Move. In Sept 2015, they gave up the stationary life for one where they are constantly on the move and have been living the RV life as digital nomads ever since.

On their channel, they share their travel experiences, the ins and outs of living the RV lifestyle, technical how-tos, and review videos around RV upgrades and off-grid living.

1. Getaway Couple

C’mon, we can’t make a list of YouTubers and not include ourselves! If you didn’t know, we are Rae and Jason. We traveled full-time in a 42′ fifth wheel for five years. In 2022 we purchased our first home, sold the fifth wheel, and renovated a truck camper. Our current adventures include checking off our final state, Alaska!

Sharing it all on our YouTube channel, we like to showcase our lessons learned, RV tips and tricks, and the best places to visit in the US!

What Is Your Favorite RV YouTube Channel? 

With so many people embracing the RV lifestyle and sharing their adventures, keeping track of them all is hard.

We’re always looking to connect with others enjoying the lifestyle and sharing their adventures.

Since we’re sharing our favorites with you, we’d love to know your favorites too. So what are some of your favorite RV YouTube channels to follow and why?

  1. How do you have enough data to watch all these on the road? We’re still at home, watch many of them, and our monthly data usage is around 500G!

  2. Great list guys! Thanks for including us! Hope you are doing well and that we get to cross paths again this year: take care!

  3. You left out The Indie Projects, one of our top favorites, super cool Brits traveling around the world in their custom designed van.

  4. Awh, thanks so much for including us on the list! ❤️ Mexico has been incredible fun for creating videos!

    Hope y’all are doing well, and maybe we’ll cross paths again when we can all travel!
    Howard & Katelyn

  5. Hi! Great post! I was wondering if you know of any RV bloggers or Youtubers who are single women, and older, like 50’s? I will be soon, and will be in a 5th wheel. I’m having trouble finding any to follow. Thanks!

  6. Wow, what a timely post. Thank you. We actually follow a few of those on your list, including of coarse yours. We went from a 33 ft trailer (which we love and leave parked in a site up in the mountains) to a Class B that we just purchased. Our last trip was to Canada and we found the trailer was not conducive to do spur of the moment stopping… So, we are planning a trip to the east coast and thought a van would be fun and perfect for our needs. So question, I am having a hard time finding channels for those who travel the class b van life. We just found ireen iron and loved their Chanel, but they moved up to a 5th wheel. Do you have any suggestions for us. I even tried looking for class b forums and I am hitting a brick wall. Ps we leave in 2 months!

    1. Thanks for commenting. We don’t follow to many Class B YouTubers but here are some to lookup that I found:

    2. Go Small. Live Large!
    3. RV Lifestyle
    4. Vancaskeys
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