Does your RV have a name?

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    Did you name your RV? If so, please let us know by leaving its name in the comments section below along with the story behind why you chose that name (200 words max, please). We’ll pick the most creative three names at the end of May and award each of the RV’s owners a Tekton digital tire gauge

    Be sure to tell us how the RV got its name. That will figure highly in our judges’ opinion of which are the most creative.

     

     

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    Marjie DeRose
    7 months ago

    We will name our new 5th Wheel “Lucille”. can’t wait for her to come home.

    cathy
    1 year ago

    We are considering naming our new RV “OverLanders” – (our last name is Landers).
    Is it odd or improper to have an RV with a plural ending? Or would it be more appropriate to name her “OverLander”? Or does it make no matter at all?
    Appreciate feedback and thoughts.

    BILLIE
    1 year ago

    WE ARE DISCUSSING A NAME NOW. WE HAVE TWO PICKED OUT………. JURNEE (JOURNEY) BECAUSE WE LOVE THE GROUP AND WE WILL BE GOING ON A JOURNEY EVERY TIME WE TAKE IT OUT. SECOND IS SWEET P, BECAUSE MY HUSBAND PICKED THIS CAMPER FOR THE BIG BATHROOM AND ITS A PUMA.

    Kimberly M Stone
    3 years ago

    The name of my motorhome is MINERVA. When i purchased her, the sales lady asked me what I was going to name her, and that she MUST have a name! The first(unusual) name that popped in my head was Minerva, my g-g-g-grandmother’s name.

    Margie Woodall
    3 years ago

    My Class B was called MsBHaven. She was a Ms, a Class B, and my Haven for get-away RV Trips.

    My latest motor home is a Class C named Joy because the definition of Joy is “a feeling of great pleasure and happiness”. That is how I feel when I’m RVing.

    Priscilla Phillips
    3 years ago

    We named our 99 Shasta Class C RV “Drifter”, which suits her quite well. We drift about in her, going wherever we feel the urge to go, whenever we want, not always having to have an agenda or specific plans for the day, or even for the entire trip. She drifts with us from place to place exploring our beautiful country, and, thanks to her smaller size (only 24 ft), she’s at home wherever we might drift, to the beach as well as the desert, in the middle of nowhere or in a crowded city. And she fits in almost all sites, whether in a more rustic state or national park or in an upscale resort. Most of her predecessors In the years before we were free to drift also had names: Seanymph, Gypsy, Pokey (a VW Vanagon), & SuperVan.

    Pauline Klein
    3 years ago

    Our Sea Breeze is called She Breezy, the toad is Misty.

    Judy Pupek
    3 years ago

    My RV is called “Mamaw’s Mobile Bed and Breakfast” since most of my camping trips are with my kids and grandkids. She is a 2006 Winnebago Outlook.

    Cheri Peine
    3 years ago

    Bentley is the name we selected for our Heartland Big Horn. We selected this name for two reasons: 1. Compared to our previous RV’s our new Heartland was like a Bentley vehicle to us; and 2. Our dealer’s last name is Bentley. It’s been a good fit!

    Jon
    3 years ago

    Wandering Star.
    When we bought the Rockwood travel trailer last year, Amazon was running the commercial with Lee Marvin singing, ” I Was Born Under a Wandering Star”. I was singing it as we walked around the Hershey RV show, and the name stuck.

    Tim
    3 years ago

    High speed hayride. It’s like taking fun hayride thru the country !

    BJ
    3 years ago

    Bear Cave. It is heartlands wilderness with a black bear logo on it.

    Wayne Daniels
    3 years ago

    Gypsy Hilton, because it’s our moving campground luxury camper!

    Debi Branstetter
    3 years ago

    Our 35E Fleetwood Bounder’s name is “Big Man” named after my Father. His parents were missionaries to the Comanche Indians. At my Dad’s birth the Indian women said he would become a “Big Man” since he was such a big baby. My aunts, uncles and even my cousins would call Dad “Big Man” and refer to him that way even to this day.

    robin sexton
    3 years ago

    We didn’t get to creative. My first name is Robin so Robin’s Nest was kind of a no brainier. The other choice was based on my last name, Sexton so “Sex Den”. was suggested and immediately rejected. Too bad

    Moe Moser
    3 years ago

    White Whale
    We had our 07 ALFA painted solid white to match our Jeep Wrangler. It now swallows all of our money doing repairs. Thus the name, White Whale

    Cathy Stanley
    3 years ago

    My CB handle years ago was “Gypsy Sister”. Hence our 2015 Keystone Sprinter is the Gypsy..

    John Daynes
    3 years ago

    He is named “Odin” because he is powerful and fearless – he happily goes where usually only 4×4’s dare to tread. He loves boondocking and taking the road less traveled!

    Randy leblanc
    3 years ago

    I think I called it every name in the book when things go wrong lol. However I refer to my Air Force 1

    Robbie
    3 years ago

    Motorhome we call BULLWINKLE (has horns)_
    Toad, ROCKY
    ATV, BORIS
    ATV Trailer, NATASHA

    Our previous 5th Wheel
    Truck, LONE RANGER
    5th-wheel TONTOW