We have spent over a thousand nights at hundreds of campgrounds around the country, but 15 years ago we didn’t even know the difference between a travel trailer and a motorized RV.
We were married almost 10 years before our twin boys arrived in this world. Over the course of that time we traveled a ton…driving out to California and back, cruising up and down the East Coast, checking out Jazz Fest in New Orleans, hiking in Maine, and enjoying summers in Cape Hatteras.
Road trips were our thing…camping not so much.
But then we had children and realized the horror and expense of staying in hotels and eating in restaurants with the tiny terrors. So on a whim, we bought a pop up camper. We had absolutely no idea what we were doing, and it could have been a disaster…but it wasn’t.
It was amazing.
Wherever you are on your journey—whether dreaming about buying a first RV or looking for fresh travel inspiration—we welcome you to the RV Atlas community. We have learned that breaking out of our routine, seeing new places, and meeting new people has transformed our experience as parents and made our lives a heck of a lot more fun. We hope you are inspired to pursue some adventures of your own.
See you at the campground.
Stephanie + Jeremy
Jeremy grew up surfing at the Jersey Shore and didn’t do much camping as a youngin’–except for the occasional surf trip to Cape Hatteras. He is eternally grateful for the Go RVing ad that he saw on television about 8 years ago because it truly changed his life. His favorite camping memories are hiking with Stephanie and the boys in Acadia National Park and Olympic National Park–and just spending family time around the campfire. He’s already promised to help his three boys buy their first RVs so they can see America with their own children (and hopefully bring him along).
Stephanie is dedicated to spreading the word that moms don’t have to give up having big adventures just because they are traveling with small humans. Born and raised with sand beneath her toes, she has developed a surprising love affair with mountains and lakes. Her own personal unicorns include an organized RV, regular exercise on the road, and children who understand the concept of inside voices.