Want to make people laugh and strike up conversations? These funny RV t shirts will do the trick…
Ooooh funny t-shirts, bringing a bit of joy into our lives in such a practical way.
As RVers, there’s lots we have to laugh about, and we’re certainly not above wearing silly shirts to show it. Many of us spent decades in professional clothes, and now it’s time to let loose!
Funny RV t-shirts really are great icebreakers, too. They’re a great way to make new friends while camping or strike up a conversation with strangers when traveling around the country.
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10 Funny RV T-Shirts for Men & Women
We have an RV Lifestyle Online Shop full of comfy tees, sweaters, and more with cool designs. A couple of the designs are funny, too (which I’ve included on this list), but I’ve also tracked down some great options on Amazon.
Here are the best funny RV t-shirts I could find for men and women…
This is the perfect shirt for any new retiree finally living the dream of the RV lifestyle. You can also find this exact shirt with different years printed on it.
The shirt itself reads, “Retired 2022 Not My Problem Anymore” featuring a sunset and a person lying on a chair with his feet up.
It’s an excellent choice for anyone now enjoying the traveling lifestyle after having worked for many years. What better way to celebrate that accomplishment than with a humorous RV t-shirt?
Jennifer and I understand that most of you out there like many of the same things we do when camping. So we thought, “Why not put it on a shirt?”
Our “My Perfect Day” t-shirt comes in several different colors and a list of things we love to do:
- Gaze at stars
- Breathe clean air
- Make campfire
- Chill out
Now, doesn’t that sound like a perfect day?
(By the way, if you’re a fan of #5, you should check out our Stargazing for Campers Kit.)
This shirt is funny and perfect for any man that likes to drink beer while RVing.
It reads, “I light fires and make beer disappear. What’s your superpower?”
It comes in many different colors so you can choose the color that best suits you or the man in your life.
I am not quite sure what my superpower is, but once I discover it, I’m going to make a shirt, too.
**If you know your superpower, share it in the comments at the end!!**
Forget the high heels and fancy restaurants! This shirt's for all the rugged women out there who’d rather have fun in comfortable clothing.
It’s a great gift for the low-maintenance women in your life who love to camp. Or, if that’s you, an excellent buy for yourself! Lots of colors are available for this one, too.
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Have you heard of our “Rule 330”? If not, I have a whole podcast and youtube video that explains this rule in detail.
When Jennifer and I travel, we (try to) live by this rule: We do not drive more than 330 miles in a single day and arrive at our destination by 3:30 pm local time.
There is a good reason why we (try to) do this!
First, arriving in a town by this time allows you to experience a specific area. You can still hit up a museum, go shopping, hike, or tour a new attraction. You can also catch the sunset!
If you head straight to camp, you can set up and decompress without rushing to finish it before dark.
The other part of the rule is to ensure that we don’t drive more than 330 miles in one day. That mileage takes about six hours to go. We do not want to sit for more than an amount of time in a day.
Every time we try to push past this rule, we shake our heads and laugh to ourselves. “Rule 330!” we chime.
Whenever we wear the shirt, people always ask us what it means. It’s been a great icebreaker to meet people and learn things about the area we’d never would’ve known otherwise.
Anyone that has traveled with young children, or an impatient partner, will get the humor printed on this t-shirt. Long road trips are often notoriously liked to the phrase, “Are we there yet?”
This shirt’s play on words will make everyone chuckle, especially pun fans!
I love a little dry humor. It takes a dad joke to the next level.
Show everyone on the road your dry sense of humor with a t-shirt that says, “This is my road trip shirt.”
I think the simple silliness of it reflects the nature of camping.
We have all been there. Muttered a frustrating word or two under our breath when trying to back up the RV.
Why not laugh about it? This shirt is great for poking at those stressful situations.
The shirt, available in many different color options, says, “I’m sorry for what I said while we were trying to park the camper.”
To help curb the necessity of this shirt, you should check out our “Backing Up an RV” Learner’s Kit.
Any fan of the movie “National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation” will immediately recognize this phrase.
For those of you that don’t know, the main character in the movie, Clark Griswold, has a less than classy cousin that comes to visit. He is his wife’s cousin, but he is family nonetheless.
In addition to bringing his drooling, destructive dog and two unclean children, he parks a massive (and gross) RV in Clark’s driveway. This leads to many funny scenes, including Eddie commenting, “That there’s an RV.”
If you have not seen the movie, it is worth the watch! This shirt makes an excellent holiday-inspired shirt option.
You gotta love the play-on-words on this shirt. It immediately reminds you of the popular song a few years back called, “I’m sexy, and I know it.”
This t-shirt is an RV version and will be humorous to everyone who recognizes that song. I wouldn’t be surprised if people sang the words and did a little dance whenever they see it.
Do You Have Funny RV T Shirts?
If you have funny RV t-shirts, tell us about them in the comments below.
Oh, and don't forget to tell us about your camping superpower. I'm still trying to figure out what mine is!
Mike and Jennifer's Official Travel Guide – Michigan's Lower Peninsula is now available!
You are in for a HUGE adventure. While some of our guides are designed to explore an area in 7 days, this one can take an entire summer to see it all. We chose to start in Detroit and travel north up the “Thumb” region, but you can pick and choose any section you want to begin your adventure.
Each Stop in our Guide gives you at least 3 places to camp while exploring the area! The state is particularly well suited for RV adventurers and the Michigan State Park system is one of the nation's best. But don't forget the beauty of boondocking. State forests abound, most offering rustic and dispersed off-the-grid camping. We hope you pick this up and enjoy one of our favorite places in the US to RV!