Our Winnebago RV Tour: Full RV Tour & Review

Nicholas Jones | May 17, 2018

What separates Winnebagos from other RVs? What features does a Winnebago have? What does the inside of a Winnebago look like? In this Winnebago Tour video, Matt with weBoost shows you the inside of the Winnebago we used during the weBoost Connecting America Tour, an epic 16-day Road Trip we took this spring.

All About Outdoorsy

We rented the Class A Winnebago through a company called Outdoorsy. The rental process was simple and their customer support team was excellent. The owner of the RV was very helpful in making sure we knew all the ins and outs of the motorhome before hitting the road. You can see more specs on the Winnebago we rented here.

Our Outdoorsy rental also came with everything we needed for our RV adventure. It came stocked with linens, dishes, camp chairs, a grill, and a coffee machine. Boondocking in the Winnebago was also a breeze with the awesome generator that came included.

Winnebago: Making Smart Spaces

What Winnebago does best is create smart spaces. Everything about the Winnebago RV was super user-friendly. From USB charging ports in convenient places, to the drop down bed, to the Drive 4G-X RV cell phone signal booster that was installed, our entire experience during the trip was efficient and enjoyable thanks to Winnebago paying attention to improving their customers’ experience.

Retro Styling, Modern Technology

Exterior of the Winnebago nods to the company’s roots with a retro blue and white feel. The belly of the motorhome features TONS of convenient, secure storage for bikes, totes, grills, and anything you want to bring with you on your RV adventures.

The interior of the Winnebago RV also features clean retro styling with solid wood cabinets and aluminum accents. The motorhome has a full kitchen and a U-shaped dinette that transforms into a plus size double bed. A Joey bed is located above the driver and passenger seat, and drops down like magic with the press of a button. There is also a queen size bed in the private bedroom.

The Winnebago also features a roomy bathroom with plenty of counter space, and a great shower area that converts into a private area by opening the bathroom door fully.

Camping in this Winnebago felt more like glamping because of all the helpful devices and technology that were included. The weBoost Drive 4G-X RV helped us get work done on the road when we hit weak signal areas. You can learn more about this cell phone signal booster here. The RV has an audio system that makes it easy to kick back and have a movie night with the LED TV by the kitchen.

The model of our RV was a Winnebago Itasca Tribute, and although they aren’t being built anymore, the Winnebago Brave is very similar. You can learn more about Winnebago Industries and the RVs they offer here.

Learn more about how you can rent an RV for your next vacation through Outdoorsy here.