No matter how much you love camping, either in a tent or RV, you’ve probably run into a few problems along the way. Sometimes, things just don’t go right regardless of how well you’ve planned your adventure. Even when they do go right, a road trip can involve a lot of downtime while traveling (these stretches of driving can be even more restless if you have kids). A little RV humor can go a long way toward making the trip into an adventure instead of a trial. Here are a few funny RV jokes, RV puns, and funny camping jokes that are sure to make you (or your kids) laugh. There are also some camping one liners you can drop on unsuspecting folks. Use these trailer park jokes the next time you want to get a good laugh.
The Best RV Jokes
- George, who lived in Ashland, Oregon, loved his RV, but he also dreamed of going to Hawaii. One day, while walking along the beach, George stumbled over a genie in a magic lamp who granted him a single wish. “I’ve always wanted to explore the island of Maui in my motorhome, but I can’t afford to ship it there. I wish for you to build a bridge from Oregon to Hawaii so I can fulfill my dream.” The genie replied, “That’s impossible. The ocean is far too deep to build a bridge across. Even a genie such as I can’t do it. You have to wish for something else.” George thought for a moment, then he said, “I don’t understand women. I wish to understand how they think and what they want.” The genie paused, then said, “Do you want two lanes or four on that bridge?”
- After checking into a public campground, set a tuba on your picnic table to keep the spaces on either side of you empty. No one will sit near you out of fear you might start playing it. Just a little RV humor you can put to good use.
- “Knock, knock!” “Who’s there?” “RV.” “RV who?” “RV there yet?”
- A woman named Mrs. Grazinski bought herself a brand-new Winnebago. She was excited and took her first trip to an Oklahoma football game. On the way home, she set the cruise control to 70 as soon as she got onto the freeway. She then walked to the back to make herself a sandwich, leaving the Winnebago to drive itself. The resulting crash was spectacular. It’s hard to believe that someone would actually do that, but she did not feel at fault. In fact, she sued Winnebago for the crash because the owner’s manual didn’t tell her she couldn’t leave it to drive itself. The jury agreed with her and she was awarded $1,750,000 plus a new motorhome. This is why Winnebago manuals now warn people that they must actually drive the vehicle at all times when it is moving. True story — while technically not an RV joke, it’s certainly a conversation starter.
- Why didn’t the elephant carry a suitcase on his RV trip? Because he already had a trunk!
- I want to hang a map of the United States in my house. Then I’m going to put pins into all the locations that I’ve traveled to in my RV. But first, I’m going to have to travel to the top two corners of the map, so it won’t fall off the wall.
The Best Camping Jokes
- It was late in the day when a fully loaded minivan pulled into the only remaining campsite. As soon as it stopped, the doors flew open and four children jumped out. They began to unload gear and worked feverishly to set up the tent. Next, the boys ran to gather firewood while the girls and their mother set up the camp kitchen area. The camper in the space next to them marveled to the children’s father, “I’ve never seen such teamwork nor a camp that was ready so quickly. I’m impressed.” The father turned to the neighbor and nodded sagely. “I have a system,” he said. “No one goes to the bathroom before the camp is set up.”
- After Little Johnny came back from another walk on the nature trail, he told his mother that he learned why ants don’t get sick. “Because they have little anty-bodies,” he said.
- Little Johnny stood outside the tent and called to his mom. “Hey mom, can a frog jump higher than an average tent?” “I don’t know,” she replied. “Of course,” he said. “An average tent can’t jump!”
- When Little Johnny went back to school, his teacher, knowing Johnny’s love of camping, decided to use something Johnny was familiar with to teach him math. She said, “If I gave you two tents and then another two tents and then another two, how many tents would you have?”
Johnny replied, “Seven.” The teacher said, “No, listen carefully. If I gave you two tents, and then another two tents and then another two, how many would you have?” Again, Johnny said, “Seven.”
So the teacher said, “Try this instead. If I gave you two apples, and then another two apples and then another two, how many apples would you have?” Johnny answered, “Six.” So, the teacher began again, “Okay, so if I gave you two tents, and another two tents and another two, how many tents would you have?” Johnny immediately answered, “Seven!”
The teacher looked at him and asked, “Johnny, where do you get seven from?” And Johnny told her, “Because I already own a tent!”
Next time you’re on a road trip in your RV or heading to an awesome spot to pitch your tent, don’t forget to use a little humor to lighten the mood. By using one of these funny camp jokes, you’ll make the dull times go by faster and maybe even spread some cheer. And when everything is going great, a good camping joke will make things even better. You can even find some funny RV images to go with these jokes and hang them on your vehicle’s door. It’s always best to personalize RV funny jokes — this will make them more relatable and help your delivery. You can make a few small changes in these and turn them into mobile home jokes. Whatever you do, just keep on laughing. A funny RV trip is a great RV trip.