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In this series, couples and families decide that what they really want to do is to buy a recreational vehicle and hit the road. The series looks in on them as they shop for an RV or upgrade an existing one to get ready for their new adventures. Will RV life be everything they dream of?

Going RV is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (88 episodes). The series first aired on October 1, 2014.

Going RV is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Going RV on demand atAmazon, Vudu, Destination America, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Wednesdays 10:00 PM et/pt on GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY
8 Seasons, 88 Episodes
October 1, 2014
Automotive, Reality
Cast: Katy Fulkerson, Erika Renee Land
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Going RV Full Episode Guide

  • Two friends hunt for a storage-friendly classic RV for one of them to call home, and parents want a new, vintage-style RV with more room than their current one and plenty of windows for natural light.

  • Soon-to-be empty nesters are looking for an RV to travel in full-time. She has high hopes for a big kitchen, but they still want plenty of space to accommodate their family of five, plus a toy hauler for their scooters.

  • A couple loves to travel with their two boys but are tired of constantly going in and out of hotel rooms. While they both want to purchase a RV for their future travels, they don't agree on which class of vehicle to buy.

  • An adventurous Chicago couple decides to ditch the plane tickets for a Class C RV to travel around the US. He would really like an outdoor entertainment center, while she wants large windows in the bedroom.

  • A newlywed couple searches for a recreational vehicle for a honeymoon that hopefully never ends; along with their dog, they look for a fifth wheel or travel trailer with room for guests, a large pantry, a big closet, and plenty of workspace.

  • A travel-loving couple is looking to trade in their fifth wheel for something smaller; they'd like a unit under 34 feet with a varied color scheme, a television facing the couch and a free-standing table and chairs.

  • Living full-time in a fifth wheel, a Colorado couple decides to switch from hauling their home to driving it; they're looking for a RV with plenty of workspace and separate dining and living areas.

  • A Louisiana family is ready to trade in their travel trailer for a fifth wheel. With a $50,000 budget, their top priorities are bunk beds for the kids, plenty of storage and two A/C units.

  • A couple has decided to retire early and hit the road to travel full-time in an RV. They're looking for a Class A Diesel with room for their three dogs, extra storage for their workout equipment and a washer and dryer.

  • A Tennessee couple looks for their first RV for their family of five. For $30,000 or less, they want a towable unit with a bed for each kid, a master bedroom with a door and a modern interior.

  • A California couple loves living in their 18-foot RV full-time, but they've decided it's time for something bigger. They want to find a new unit under 35 feet with plenty of storage, a big shower and an outdoor kitchen.

  • A young couple searches for a RV to live in during their quest to find their forever home. They plan to stick to their budget of $50,000, and they must have an awning, a spacious bathroom and space to walk around the bed.

  • A Texas family searches for an RV to move into full-time. They're looking for a unit under 12,000 pounds with a large bunkhouse, a U-shaped dinette, a big pantry and a residential fridge on a $40,000 budget.

  • A Texas family trades in their fifth wheel and debates buying a Class C or upgrading to a Class A motorhome.

  • A cancer survivor and his wife decide to live by their family motto "You Only Live Once" and hit the road. The couple hopes to find a class A motorhome that has adequate space for their family of five.

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