Tired of the pollution and chaos in the city, and you just want to ditch all of it? You can consider going back to nature and start living a more peaceful and relaxing life. But how? If you are the adventurous type, then start RV-ing. Before you do that, though, take a look at the 10 most extraordinary RVs ever made so you will have an idea of how you can turn your new space into something unique.
 

1. The KiraVan

 

 
Considered as the most insane RV that was ever made in the history, The KiraVan was actually a dream come true for a 4-year old girl to whom the expedition vehicle was named after. The 51,000-pound monster RV has everything that kids and adults alike could ever think of. Thanks to the determination and perseverance of Bran Ferren who wants nothing else but to make his daughter Kira happy.

2. The Extended VW

 

 
Can you imagine yourself driving “The Extended VW”? If you have no idea what I’m talking about, then just picture a Volkswagen Van…but with three or four more vans attached to it. That is why this extraordinary van-turned-RV has been crowned as the world’s longest VW and the weirdest one too.

3. The EasyRV Rider

 

 
Now if you are a rider yourself and you enjoy those Harley Davis-looking big bikes, then how about one that comes with a “cager”? You can certainly enjoy the breeze while you ride your motorbike and, oh, tagging your camper along too. I wonder what the other RV-ers would say once they see your unique RV.

4. The Beetle Camper

 

 
The combination of Volkswagen beetle and a camper surely made it to the number 4 spot. It may look small, but for a solo RV-er, this one should work just fine. I just wonder if the real beetles would look at it like they have found their long lost king.

5. The Caravisio

 

 
If you want to get rid of the classic RV look, and you want to have a more futuristic approach to your rolling home, then let The Caravisio inspire you. Designed by Knaus Tabbert, a German manufacturer, the concept was based on a yacht but with a greater aerodynamic performance.

6. The Log Cabin RV

 

 
There is nothing more relaxing but to find yourself in a log cabin situated in a secluded place. But what about one with wheels? That’s exactly what The Log Cabin RV is. A 1939 Ford forestry truck was used to create this one-of-a-kind RV that allows the owner to change the backdrop as often as he wants to.

7. The EarthRoamer XV-LTS

 

 
The RVs that we have featured above were all built using unique ideas. The only downside is that, it might be hard to look for something that looks close to them unless, of course, if you try to build your own and copy them. But why do that if you can actually invest in The EarthRoamer XV-LTS, which you can really find in the market?

8. DIY Budget Camper

 

 
Looks like the owner of the ultimate DIY budget camper was really on a budget at the time he created his own version of an RV. With bits and pieces of scrap materials, he was still able to build an extraordinary-looking RV, though, enough to carry himself around as he explores the mountains.

9. The Rooftop Camper

 

 
Whoever made this unique RV evidently was not contended with just having a cozy kitchen and sleeper. He made sure that he will have a place to relax in and built a “rooftop” for his camper. It might look weird while hauling it on the road, but I bet it serves the purpose once it reaches its destination, making it easy to watch the beautiful scenery.

10. The Big Wheeler

 

 
This one right here may look like a typical RV, but if you take a closer look at it, you will see what’s so unique about it and that is those countless wheels that it has. I guess the owner didn’t have enough room for his spare tires, so he just decided to install them all.