San Francisco couple Reggie and Seemaa Prasad have recently become a family of five. They love taking their kids camping but are quickly outgrowing their current travel trailer. They need to find a larger travel trailer to accommodate their big family.
Pat and Joan Cronin of Seekonk, Massachusetts, love to go RVing with their four children. With such a large family, however, they need more space than their current travel trailer offers. Before their next family vacation, the Cronins hope to find the perfect Class A motor home.
Tom and Alisha Kuempel don't want to wait until retirement to live the full-time RV lifestyle, so they are searching for the perfect motor home that will accommodate them and their two young sons.
With dreams of taking a new home out on the open road, Nikki and Jason Wynn have given up everything to start a new chapter in their lives. This young Los Angeles couple is looking for an RV that's as hip and environmentally friendly as they are, but their budget is limited. Their plan is to spend the next two years exclusively in the RV, so it's essential that they make the right decision.
The Begnaud family from Lafayette, Louisiana, wants to upgrade from their small RV to a spacious fifth-wheel, but first they must find one that meets all of their wants and needs.
Brent and Jenn Nims live full-time in an RV with their three sons. As the family gets larger, their current fifth-wheel stays the same size. So now the Nims are in search of a bigger fifth-wheel that can accommodate them as the family continues to grow.
The Duggan family from Knoxville, Tennessee, wants to go from camping in a tent to camping in a travel trailer, but first they must find the perfect RV.
Buddy and Noelle Williams' career has allowed them to travel all over the world with their 18-year-old son, Michael. With Michael heading off to college, Buddy and Noelle want to purchase an RV that acts as their mobile office and hotel, allowing them to comfortably explore the country.
Tom and Wendy Cunningham have loved tent camping their entire lives. Now that they are a family of four, they realize a basic tent just isn't enough. To stick to their low-key lifestyle, they are looking for the smallest possible trailer that will fulfill all of their needs.
Eric and Danielle Hannan have lived and worked out of their Class C RV for the past year. They love living on the road full-time, but they don't love the lack of space. To fulfill all of their wants and needs, they are looking to upgrade to a larger fifth-wheel.