Last Updated on April 26, 2022 by Jessica Lauren Vine
It’s time to hit the road, and you’re not retired. Finding the best RV for working remotely can make all the difference in how well you do while you’re traveling. If you don’t have the proper work environment, it can drive you crazy, and you’ll see your productivity plummet.
The best RV for remote work will vary depending on whether you travel solo, as a couple, or if you have a family, so I will break down those ideas so you can easily see which ones could work best for your situation.
My Top Pick
If you want to slice through all the noise, here’s my top pick for the best RV for working remotely.
The Open Range371MBH is a beauty. I love that it has its own office space so you can put your stuff in there and not worry about it. If you have kids, there is still a bunk overtop where they can go to sleep, but this gives you some separation which makes it really easy to get work done and get back to enjoying RV life.
Best RVs for Working Remotely When You’re Solo
If it’s just you, you can get away with some pretty small spaces. It makes it a lot easier on you when you’re traveling if you don’t have to have a lot of space, but you need enough to get your work done.
Nest Office Vans
Nest office vans might just be the coolest thing I’ve seen when it comes to a mobile workstation. They put all the goodies together in a small package, but you should keep in mind that these goodies come with quite the price tag.
You’re looking at over $100k for one of these, but let me tell you all the cool stuff about them.
Where the table is turns into a queen-size bed, so you have plenty of room to work in the day, but you aren’t hurting for space when it comes time to sleep.
Cool things Nest Vans come with:
- Onboard cell signal boosters
- Self-charing power station
- 360-degree standing desk
- Hidden toilet
Two people that really like each other could even make it work in this small space.
While you could make a smaller space work for two people, here is what I’d pick if it were just hubby and me. It gives you enough space to move around and not bump into each other.
There’s plenty of room in this class B RV. The Winnebago Revel has a lot of neat little hidden goodies to it, like the Nest Van, but it’s a lot bigger and might be better for couples that need a little bit of space.
Cool things this Winnebago Revel comes with:
- Glide couches
- Plenty of storage
- Rotating seats
You can work at this little table from the seat you see here, or twist the driver’s seat around and work at it there. There are plenty of options for you.
This is a perfect RV for a couple that wants to get out and explore and have some space to themselves as well.
Now, let’s look a little more at my dream RV workspace. Keep in mind that I would have kids in this office area, so it wouldn’t work out as well for me, but if you have a couple of young kids that can sleep in the loft, it would be great.
This Open Range luxury fifth wheel is a beauty and starts at around $100k, which is about the same as the Nest Van, but you get a lot more space.
This OF371MBH RV has plenty of space, and your family won’t feel like they’re tripping all over each other.
Cool things this Open Range luxury fifth wheel OF371MBH has:
- Mid bunk/office areas with opposing slides for extra space
- Opposing slides in the living room and kitchen area as well
- Great outdoor kitchen
- Nice size shower
As you can see, this is a beautiful RV that is truly mindblowing with the space you get. No matter how big your family is, you could make this RV work for a great workspace.
Working Remotely in an RV Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the most important thing I should look for in an RV when I’m working remotely?
A comfortable and ergonomic place to work.
Can I get WiFi access when I’m not in the city?
Depending on the location and your setup, you could possibly still get internet when you’re out camping away from the city.
Can I still be productive while working in an RV?
Yes. You can definitely be productive when working in an RV. I did it for 2.5 years, and my business grew vs. shrank.
Now you’ve got some good ideas for the best RV for working remotely whether you’re solo, part of a couple, or the whole family is along for the ride. Feel free to leave a comment and let me know what your favorite or wish RV is for working remotely.