More RV owners say they're choosing alternate ways to get around because their gas-guzzling rigs cost too much to run.
Gas mileage for recreational vehicles depends on the type- whether it's a fifth wheel or a motor home- but some get as little as five miles per gallon.
And that has some owners putting the breaks on their summer plans.
Larry Reeves used to travel the country in this motor home; now it's parked in a storage lot.
"I just put it on the market," says Reeves. And Reeves says he's just one of many. "Now everywhere you drive you see RVs for sale," he says.
And every one who calls about Reeves' RV wants to know one thing: "They ask me the typical questions, what kind of mileage does it get," says Reeves. His answer: five miles per gallon.
This RV owner says he bought his rig in the late 90's when gas was just 75 cents a gallon.
Those prices made RVing affordable, but now he says most don't have the extra income to spend on expensive gas.
"People that are full times RVers are typically retired people on a fixed income," says Reeves.
But the Morgans, who own a fifth wheel, say they're sticking to their vacation plans.
"I got the Dodge diesel pickup, and it gets like 12 mile a gallon pulling a big rig, so no, we enjoy it too much," says Gary Morgan.
Right now diesel averages 30 cents cheaper than gas. And there are other ways you can save on travel costs.
"You get in your RV and you go out and you stay two weeks; then it becomes a break even," Reeves says because you save on hotel costs.
He also says you can get a tax write off for owning a second residence. But he says that's just not enough to keep him on the road.
Reeves says if he had more time to spend in his RV, he'd love to keep it.
But he says he hopes the person who buys his rig will have as much fun in it has he and his family have had.