This full-time RV couple has lived in their Class C motorhome for four years, jumping from state to state and traveling abroad a couple times a year, all on a budget of a mere $1200 a month.
Improve the look and feel of your RV with these super simple RV interior upgrades. No paintbrushes or power tools are required.
This Iowa native owns two tiny spaces – a tiny home he built with his dad’s help, and a custom teardrop trailer built alongside his twin brother.
When venture capitalist Renata George is not focused on her demanding job, she is working on unique Airstream renovations to resell.
Charlie MacVicar and Luke Walker, a couple from the United Kingdom, live in a 544-square foot double-decker bus conversion, and they couldn’t be happier.
This RV conversion of a 1995 F350 ambulance includes a kitchen, bed, shower, and lots of storage—all at a mere $13,000 expense.
A former technician for the Royal Air Force has been renovating RVs for over a decade. He recently found a way to combine his love of planes and restoration hobby with two custom RVs.
Brooke Happe runs a successful business from her fifth wheel, along with her husband. Her story is an inspirational one seeing as she makes working from your RV seem very doable.
If you love camping but just don’t have the money to dish out for an RV or van conversion, consider investing in an SUV tent to complement your Jeep, SUV, or minivan.
GoSun’s latest project, Dream, a solar-powered tiny home, incorporates the best of RV and tiny home aspects and doesn’t skimp out on energy efficiency.