There's no denying that baby-boomers are fueling an RV boom in America. Nearly 1 in 12 families have some form of an RV. See why people so passionate about the "home-on-wheels" lifestyle.
This vintage Airstream sports new window awnings to protect its interior from the desert heat.
When most people think of Kate Pierson, they think of the fiery redhead of the B-52s. But Kate Pierson, RV park owner? The American vocalist has taken her passion for groovy design and parked her collection of vintage Airstreams in the desert town of Landers, CA. The interior of this RV truly shows off the funky B-52s vibe.
A vintage campground display harkens back to the good ol' days of the 60s and 70s.
At Kate's Lazy Desert in Landers, CA, your campsite comes with its own front yard -- even if it's just a patch of turf.
The Exposed camera crew shoots the interior of a large fifth wheel.
A view of the extravagant interior of a Newell RV -- prices start around $500,000.
This 1953 Fleetwood trailer, on display at the RV Museum in Amarillo, TX, is a shining example of the company's first year of production.
A 1966 Kenskill camper is one of the larger vintage campers housed at the RV Museum.
A 1970 Avion represents one of the earliest renditions of the pickup-style camper.
A 1962 popup camper proves that some designs really haven't changed that much.
A vintage camper sits displayed with a complete campsite setup at the RV Museum. The museum features more than a dozen RVs from every decade through the 1970s.
This gigantic sign for the Jack Sisemore Traveland RV Museum is hard to miss. From pop-up tent trailers to top-of-the-line Diesel pusher motor homes, you will be amazed at what the museum stores.
A 1962 Airstream trailer is restored to its former glory.