My wife and I have had our RV for 2 years.
We decided to buy a camper so the kids would have more fun. They didn’t like sleeping inside of a tent and neither did I. It worked out fine when I was a kid, but I wanted more amenities and I understood why the kids wanted the same. My wife and I looked at lots of different RVs before we found the perfect one for our family. We got a great deal on a used camper with a master bedroom, separate space for living, and a bunk area for the kids with two separate beds and a desk. The very first trip we took with the RV, we went to a campground in the middle of the national forest. All of the campsites were large, but they also had a lot of wooded areas. My wife and I ended up parked under a large oak tree. The wind picked up overnight and a large gust took down one of the large branches of the tree. It fell on top of the RV and sounded like a giant rock hit the top of the roof. It was the middle of the night and I did not see the damage until the next morning. The rooftop air conditioner was shattered into pieces. The plastic case that surrounds the air conditioner was broken and the air conditioner under was damaged as well. We had to contact a mobile repair mechanic that handles heating and AC repairs as well as roof repairs. The damage was severe, but the insurance company covered all of the damages.