What is your adventure type?


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The ringmaster, the showstopper, the producer and the director all in one, The Entertainer wears many hats when it comes to creating a memorable experience for all who travels with them. You tend to bring along quite a crowd, which means lots of mouths to feed and people to please. But you plan and perfect until you’ve created a fool-proof list of meals and activities ready for 5-star reviews. You can be found prepping for a tailgate 2 weeks in advance, searching for the next concert or event to travel to, or wrangling extended family members to plan a joint vacation. Just as your crew requires lots of space and organization, so does your adventure vehicle—ready with lots of storage to be filled with food, toys and foam fingers for your next event. 

Entertainers, here's what to look for in an RV

  • Residential-sized fridge and kitchen appliances
  • Ample sleeping space for all your guests
  • Smart storage for all your gear and party favors
  • Indoor and outdoor entertainment centers so you never miss a game
  • Durable and easy-to-clean flooring
  • An outdoor kitchen
  • An extra bathroom or half bath for guests
  • Multiple spaces to seat and entertain guests


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