Listen to These Top 5 RV Podcasts

Jun 15, 2016 Tanisha Mitchell Comments Disabled
Listen to These Top 5 RV Podcasts

The RV season is officially underway, which means now is the best time to discover some new traveling tips and tricks before heading out on your next excursion. With today’s advancements in technology, podcasts are quickly becoming great tools for learning about RVing while on the go and to show you just what we mean, we put together a list of the top 5 RV podcasts you can listen to now on iTunes.


Roadtrekking is one of the top RV podcasts out there. Produced by award-winning journalist Mike Wendland, Roadtrekking revolves around Mike’s North American travels via a tiny motorhome. From interesting locations to camping tips and travel equipment, there are several different subjects you can learn about while listening to this podcast.

Campground of the Week

If you’ve been trying to search for the perfect campground to set up shop at in your RV, be sure to listen to the Campground of the Week podcast. Hosted by Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi, this podcast highlights some of the best campgrounds in the country, highlighting their biggest benefits and attractions.

RV Family Travel Atlas

On the road with your family? Tap into the RV Family Travel Atlas podcast to discover tips and tricks on how to travel with the kids. You’ll learn about family friendly activities, the best family dishes to make on the road and how to plan the perfect RV trip.

Living the RV Dream

Find out what it’s like to be a full-time RVer in this information podcast. Since 2009, John and Kathy Huggins have been giving listeners a peek into their everyday lives out on the open road. RV park necessities, RV dos and don’ts and finding the right RV campsite are just a few of the topics covered in the Living the Dream podcast.

Power Trip

To stay up-to-date on the latest RV travel gear and products, listen to the weekly Power Trip podcast. It is hosted by the co-founder of Tortuga Backpacks, Fred Perrotta and Jeremy Michael Cohen, who go out of their way to provide listeners with knowledge about current travel trends.