Friday, March 24, 2023


A four-story tall RV…literally

Ever wonder what it would be like to live in a treehouse? What about a treehouse-RV combo? Or what would it be like to live in a four-story RV? Well, whoever built this doesn’t have to wonder anymore.

The view better be REALLY nice in order to risk taking a step out of that door every morning… At least by going to the store, you’d get your daily dose of exercise!

A warning, though: If you tend to sleepwalk, this may not be a good place to spend a night. Heck, avoid naps, too.

We found this on the Camping Memes & Jokes Facebook page.



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Larry Lee
1 year ago

Unless there is a hatchway in the floor, I don’t see any realistic way to go from the door to the ladder.

1 year ago

The first step out the door is a long way down.

Bob p
1 year ago

You can’t fix stupid! Someone has more dollars than sense. Of course it could be a heated deer stand. Deer hunters have been known to get extravagant, first time I went deer hunting as I was sitting on the frost covered stand smelling the breakfasts cooking on the stoves in the holler I was thinking “why am sitting here freezing when I could be sitting in my recliner drinking hot coffee”? 3 hrs later I was drinking that coffee and had only seen 2 does, no bucks. Lol

1 year ago

And be very, very careful if you are cleaning the roof.

1 year ago

Can you imagine carrying groceries up there?

3 years ago

Tough place to sleep….and how long is the sewer hose?

3 years ago

Looks interesting, but I’d rather have a treehouse in the forest where I can see all the trees around me. #datadiggerdon

3 years ago

I can hear the banjo playing as I look at this!

3 years ago

I don’t think the V part of RV is appropriate.

Donald N Wright
3 years ago

Oh my. I admit, I have dreamed of having a VW camper van as a tree house.

RV Staff
3 years ago

😆 —Diane at

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