With over 2 million podcasts available on the internet to a growing number of listeners, there is something for everyone! For all the RVers out there, here are 10 RV podcasts you have to check out.
What better way to spend your RV road trip than listening to an RV-related podcast? Podcasts are a great way to pass the time on travel days, while at the campsite, or at the office.
The RV community has a continual thirst for more information on RVing whether it’s new products, travel destinations, or living the RV dream. With the rise in social media and streaming platforms, the RV community can connect through so many means and RV podcasts are the latest way to do so.
The Popularity of Podcasts Continues To Grow
Podcasts are taking over news and print publications as a way to get information and to be entertained. The magic of podcasts is that anyone can have a podcast about anything. This provides very interesting and original material for listeners.
The last two years have been beneficial to podcasts as the worldwide pandemic kept people at home. This increased the number of listeners as well as the number of people choosing to produce a podcast.
RV and camping podcasts are an easy way for people to have conversations about RVing and interact with the RV community. Funny RV stories that others can relate to or informative topics for newbies are just some of the popular topics.
Something people love about podcasts is that they are perfect for being entertained and informed while you go about your day. Playing a podcast in the background while driving, working, or cleaning is the perfect way to pass time.
As the RV industry and community grow, the popularity and therefore the number of RV podcasts will also continue to grow.
For even more RV content just waiting for you to discover, check out the 2022 RV Influencers List [110 People And Groups Shaping The Road Travel Industry].
10 RV Podcasts You Must Listen To
Podcasts are all unique as are their hosts. If one doesn’t reside with you try another as there is surely one that will be of interest. (You may even find a niche you can fill and start your own RV podcast.)
Here are 10 RV podcasts to get you started.
The RV Miles Podcast
Hosted by Jason and Abby Epperson, this podcast focuses on travel to great US destinations. This weekly podcast has grown its following by producing consistent content on RV travel and great campground reviews.
With over 250 podcasts produced to date, It’s no surprise the RV Miles Podcast is the number-one ranked RV-related podcast.
Rootless Living Podcast
Most people in the RV space are familiar with or have at least heard the name “Rootless”. Rootless Living publishes a magazine following RVers and their stories – with an emphasis on digital nomads. With the great success of the magazine, it was only natural for them to enter the podcast world with the Rootless Living Podcast.
Hosted by Demian Ross with inspiring stories from RVers, helpful tools, and lots of resources for people wanting to join the RV or digital lifestyle.
Keep Your Daydream
Marc and Tricia are well-known in the RV world and are as close to RV celebrities as they come. Originally known for their YouTube videos, this charismatic couple along with their 3 children, now have the Keep Your Daydream podcast.
With over 100,00o miles traveled through 50 states and 4 countries, they have seen it all when it comes to RVing. Being able to share their experiences with the RV community is their passion and is a great resource for RVers.
Have you ever dreamed bout selling everything and hitting the road to visit every US National Park? (FYI, there are 63 National Parks in the US). Well, Matt and Brad Kirouac did just that and they are sharing their story with everyone!
The Parklandia podcast is inspiring for both current RVers and those looking to take the leap into RV life.
The RV Entrepreneur Podcast
The RV Entrepreneur Podcast showcases business, RV life, and traveling… and explains how to combine them. Hosted by Heath and Alyssa, this weekly podcast is perfect for nomadic entrepreneurs enjoying the RV lifestyle.
If you are thinking about or currently live the digital nomad/RV life then this is your podcast! Combining a location-free work solution with RV life is a dream for many people out there and this podcast can help make it happen.
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77% of those who work remotely at least a few times per month show increased productivity…
William Miller, National Brand Manager for Heartland RV, hosts this fun RV podcast sponsored by, of course, Heartland RV.
Don’t be mistaken, although there is a connection to Heartland RV, the Where’s Willie podcast focuses on the stories and common love we all have for RVing regardless of what type or brand of RV you have.
From tips and tricks for first-time RVers to interviews with seasoned RV veterans and hot new products Wille covers it all.
The RV Podcast
Mike and Jennifer Wendland have become a one-stop shop for everything RV. They began blogging back in 2012 and since then have started a YouTube channel (@RVLifestyle), written multiple RV books, and (of course) started The RV Podcast.
The RV Podcast covers it all and will interest all RVers. The Wendland’s are a fantastic source of RV lifestyle information.
Miles and Fox are creators of the Black RVers podcast, sharing their and other Black RVers’ journeys, frustrations, experiences, advice, and lessons as they navigate RV life and RV living.
Newbie full-time RVers, Miles and Fox, also produce The Miles And Fox Podcast and publish blog content relating to their experiences in life and RVing.
The RV Atlas Podcast
Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi, authors of See You at the Campground and Where Should We Camp Next? entered the podcast world to share their story as an RV family.
The RV Atlas Podcast is a weekly show exploring RV and family travel. They also cover gear reviews and interviews with interesting personalities from all areas of the RV industry.
Where Can You Catch These RV Podcasts?
Podcasts are widely available through multiple platforms and can be enjoyed on your phone, tablet, laptop, and RV satellite radio. Apple, Spotify, YouTube, and Amazon are the most well know platforms but there are others. Stitcher and RadioFM are two less-known platforms with podcasts of various genres.
Depending on the podcast you want to listen to it will be available on a certain or in some cases multiple platforms.
Regardless of the platform you choose, RV podcasts can go everywhere you go. Which is your favorite RV podcast? What podcasts should we add to our list? Tell us below in the comments.