An auctioneer family is sold on buying new RV, artists are looking for a camper that's a real beauty and an Elvis impersonator needs an RV fit for the King.
After breakaway success as a brick-and-mortar immersive game experience, the 'Escape the Room' team wants to go mobile and are on the hunt for a fifth wheel with nooks and crannies for clues plus a surprise or two for guests. In Tampa, boaters Kevin and Laura want to drop anchor and hit some landlocked locations in a luxury land yacht. They hope to find something plush with high-end amenities as well as a coach that's built for business to keep their careers afloat while out on the road. In Denver, two exes turned best friends hope to remain close in a tiny trailer they can take on the road and share their mutual love of adventures, festivals and fun.
A politician mixes work life and family life, three mountain bikers need an RV that'll get them to Colorado's most rugged trails and two adventurous full-timers want a downsized RV for their European holiday.
Horse trainers Brit and Jess are searching for a blue-ribbon RV to travel and compete in all the top horse shows. The horses already have their own trailer, and how the trainers want their own with enough room for all of their equipment, tons of storage, a comfortable sleeping space for two and a big kitchen for $110,000. Florida yoga instructor Rissa and brother CJ want to take a good-kharma road trip to re-connect with their four siblings who live all over the country. To do it, they'll need the right RV for the job -- one with two beds, ample space to relax and all the comforts of home for under $100,000. So RV expert Livorno Williams channels all seven chakras to find this brother and sister their dream coach! Mike and Trina Elliot have two pre-teen boys, a baby on the way and big expectations for an RV that will carry their clan into the great outdoors! With a budget of $225,000, they need a coach that sleeps five, has plenty of on-board entertainment plus plenty of storage and personal space for mom
In Tampa, three lifelong friends who call themselves the 'Divas Do' love to travel and want an RV for a cross-country road trip. With a budget of $185,000, they're looking for a coach for a six week break. In Arizona, childhood friends Dave and Molly want to find an RV under $100,000 to expand the territory they can cover in their traveling photo booth business. In Colorado, the Ticknors are on the Denver lot looking for an RV that can fit a family of ten. With a budget of $80,000, the Ticknors need a coach that can live up to the day-to-day demands of real life.
A surfing family wants a rad RV for their cross-country trip out west; a firefighter and his wife search for a decked out coach to handle their camping trips; and a couple who have been full-timers for years need a bigger RV.
RV bloggers need more room for business and adventure, demolition derby promoters want a brand new upgrade and a family of 5 wants a dream RV to bring them together.
A volleyball team needs to score an RV for out-of-town games, a couple and their dog need a posh coach for a family vacation and an adoptive couple wants an RV to take their new daughters on a tour of the country.
In Tampa, two demanding customers Tim and Elizabeth Robinson have returned to shop for a new RV for themselves and their prized pooch Heidi. They're ready to spend even bigger bucks on an RV with 600 horsepower, tons of gadgets, a chef's kitchen and of course a lounge space for Heidi. In Colorado, recent empty nesters Armando and Theresa Calderon are looking for an RV for a second honeymoon. With a budget of $120,000, they hope they can find the perfect RV with space for the grandkids. Back in Tampa, a comedian named Dave and his best bud and manager Roger are looking for a coach to embark on their 68-city comedy tour. With their budget of $115,000, RV expert Steve Mularz shows them an appealing option but the price tag is no laughing matter.
First time RVers Peter and Meredith Kosmoski have come to Lazydays in Tampa with their daughter Piper to find an RV big enough to house their weekend toys they use for outdoor adventures. They meet with RV expert Tracy "Bama" Elliot to see how much storage space they can get with their $170,000 budget. First the young family looks at the 2015 Tiffin Allegro, a customer favorite. Peter and Meredith like the interior storage space but wish it came with a garage to haul their gear. So next Tracy takes them to see the 2015 Forest River Catalyst, priced at $97,000. Peter and Meredith are instantly impressed the moment they step inside the trailer. Meredith loves the floor plan and Peter is in awe of the amenities, especially the garage space. But this would require the couple to purchase a pickup truck, which is something they hadn't considered. Carter Williams is a road-weary cowboy who has grown tired of staying in motels and is looking to buy an RV large enough to house his rodeo crew. He also needs extra horsepower to tow his equipment and horse trailer. Carter is paired up with Lazydays RV Specialist Mike Sloan to see what he can get with his $200,000 budget. Mike takes Carter to see the 2015 Class B Pleasure-Way Pursuit. It's on the low end of his budget at $110,000, but turns out to be low on Carter's needs list. He likes the interior design but the shower, queen bed and driver's seat leave him feeling claustrophobic. So next they look at the $189,000 2008 Bloomer Horse Trailer. It's a combination of living quarters in the front, horse trailer in the back. Carter loves the four-horse capacity and hay bins in the trailer but gets even more excited when he sees the sleeping areas in the living quarters. The trailer sleeps five, and he has enough headroom to walk around comfortably. For Carter the choice is obvious and he picks the Bloomer Horse Trailer. Hippies John and Terry O'Brien enjoy traveling to film and music festivals in their 60s flower power van, but the space is tight, and they're in the market to upgrade for modern amenities. They meet with Lazydays RV veteran Steve Mularz to see the options available in their $50,000 budget. Steve goes overboard and takes the couple to see the 2015 Winnebago Brave, which is double the cost of their budget. Terry thinks the outside looks like an ice cream truck. But John loves the spacious interior and master bedroom but wishes it were a lot cheaper. Next Steve takes them to see the less expensive 2015 Forest River R-Pod priced under budget at $24,000. It's a step up from their shagging wagon, but the interior space is tight. They like the outdoor kitchen and entertainment feature, but John and Terry are torn on what's the best decision for their lifestyle. Terry likes the Forest River R-Pod but John doesn't want to go from one cramped space to another. Even though it's twice the size of their budget, the O'Briens pick the retro Winnebago Brave because it has the space and amenities they need. Peter and Meredith loved the features in the Tiffin Allegro and the Forest River Catalyst. But the Kosmoski's hadn't really considered buying a fifth wheel, so they decide to go with the Tiffin Allegro.
Four all-time favorite buyers dig deep into their pockets on a hunt for the most incredible, luxurious and extravagant RVs.
A dog rescue group needs an RV that'll keep their canines comfy, two adventurous RVers want to upgrade to some serious luxury and a father wants an RV to spend more time outdoors with his family.
Tampa rock and roll trio 'Acting Natural' dreams of going national, but before they hit the road, they're going to need a better ride. A Denver family wants an RV for family fishing trips, but their tight budget makes finding the perfect camper a tall order. Finally, back in Tampa, football fanatics and college sweethearts Chris and Monica want an RV so they can follow their favorite team all season, but they need plenty of room for them and their two huge dogs.