According to the RV Industry Association, ownership of RV motorhomes and campervans has increased 76% since 2012. With this kind of popularity increase, there are more people than ever hitting the road making their way to national parks, campgrounds, and anywhere else that roads go across the U.S.

This translates into some serious advancements for the next line of RVs produced this decade and next, something that savvy RVers can find at RV trade shows like the 2019 Chicago Boat, RV and Sail Show. The show, running for four days starting January 9th, is set to have more than 600 booths.

The Best New RVs at This Year’s Chicago Boat, RV & Sail Show

The 2019 Chicago Boat, RV and Sail Show, sponsored by Progressive Insurance, will have an impressive array of RV options for those looking for the best and newest motorhomes. The showcase, one of the largest retailer showcases for boating and RVing in the U.S., will also play host to an RV Info Center, operated by RV expert David Solberg. The center will offer a mind-blowing number of talks, classes and informational sessions on everything from cool RV tools, gadgets and must-have apps, RV care and maintenance, things to know before you go, connecting to the campground and even traveling with pets.

Below, we’ve collected some of our most anticipated 2019 RVs you can find at this year’s Chicago Boat, RV and Sail Show.

2018 Jayco Precept 33U — Rick’s RV Center

Rick’s RV Center will be debuting the 2018 Jayco Precept 33U, a class A motorhome that comes stocked with amenities that’ll make you feel right at home. Beyond the spacious bedroom with a queen bed, one and a half bathrooms, kitchen area and front cabin, the Jayco Precept 33U comes in at 36 feet and 3 inches in length, meaning you’ll have room for both storage and comfort on those long road trips, and the optional fireplace will keep you warm while winter RV camping.

Roadtrek E-Trek — Krenek RV Super Center

Built with tech-heads and environmentalists in mind, the Roadtrek E-trek is packed with all the luxury and functionality you could ever imagine in an eco-conscious motorhome. This class B camper comes with a 470-watt rooftop solar panel, upgraded safety features including blind spot monitoring, lane keeping, collision prevention, and high beam assist, and a water heater and furnace combination operating off diesel power. The RV currently comes on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Chassis but has an optional XL package that provides an additional 18” in length for storage.

2019 Tiffin Motorhomes Open Road Allegro 34 PA — Pontiac RV

The Tiffin Open Road Allegro model is a standard for luxury while traveling around campgrounds, and after seeing Tiffin’s 2019 Open Road Allegro 34 PA, it’s understandable why they’re a classic. The luxury amenities like the large bathroom comes with a skylight so you can shower under the stars. There’s also an exterior television for everything from tailgating the big game to warm, summer nights with an outdoor movie.

2019 Cruiser RV Stryker ST-2313 — Timber View RV Center

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“Toy-haulers” rejoice: this RV comes as a dual-purpose trailer for the adventurous long-distance camper. The cabin can be set up as a garage for ATVs, jet-skis, motorcycles, kayaks or other outdoor gear you want to bring along on your next trip, while maintaining a full-size bed, kitchenette, television, and bathroom.

2019 nuCamp T@B 320 S — Vacationland RV

This smaller “canned ham” camper is perfect for the RV adventurers looking for quick and easy weekend getaways. Featuring modern comforts like a 150-watt roof top solar panel, an entertainment center, an outdoor shower, a fridge, sink and a two-burner stove, downsizing with this RV won’t mean you’re giving anything up. An optional convenience package includes upgraded wheels and tires, night shades and tank and battery monitors.

Kevin Johnson

Kevin Johnson

Kevin is the Assistant Editor for The Dyrt, with bylines in National Geographic Traveler and Atlas Obscura. Although originally from the swamps of Washington, D.C., he's now based in the trees of Portland. He's been interested in geography and travel since seeing his first map as a kid, and is now working toward seeing it all in person. You can find him exploring the coastal beaches or a record store in his free time.