Inappropriate Camper Names

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The Most Inappropriate Camper Names

When we upgraded to a 2017 Salem bunkhouse travel trailer, we asked our then 5-year-old twins what we should name it. They called it “The Fart Box”…  We’re not proud of it, but the name stuck. We decided to find other inappropriate camper names. Some of these are funny dirty camp names, so be warned.

So many people name their travel trailers, campers, vans, and RVs. Those names are often family-friendly or travel-related. I started to wonder if other people have inappropriate camper names as we do.

I did some research and compiled this list of 47 inappropriate camper names. Some are more inappropriate than others, so enjoy if you’re not easily offended. This list of funny camper names will inspire you to come up with your own.

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Inappropriate Camper Name List

  • The Fart Box (ours)
  • The Shaggin Wagon
  • The Don’t Come Knocking When The RVs Rocking
  • The Dirty Burger
  • The FEMA Trailer
  • The Cousin Eddie
  • The Cougar Bait
  • The Silver Turd
  • RVsaurus Stink
  • Redneck F%$k Hut
  • The Aluminum Falcon
  • The Money Pit
  • The Shithouse
  • The Short Bus

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  • Keeping It Class C
  • Back That Thang Up
  • The Big Rig
  • Hauling Ass
  • The Love Shack
  • We Sleep Around
  • We Sway Both Ways
  • Camp Queen
  • The Shag Wagon
  • We Come From a Van Down Under
  • Free Candy
  • Free Hugs
  • The Pounder
  • The Shag Mobile

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  • If the Van’s A-Rockin’
  • The Turd Wagon
  • Morning Wood
  • No Tell Motel
  • The Party Pooper
  • Just Un-Hitched
  • Beer-o-clock
  • Adventure Before Dementia
  • Children’s College Fund
  • Not Very Class C
  • The Strap On
  • The Dog House
  • Over Loaded
  • Put the word “Anal” in front of the real name of your RV.
  • Big Rolling Turd
  • Cram A Lot In
  • The Honey Wagon
  • It Gets Bigger
  • Not Quite Level

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How To Show Off Your Inappropriate Camper Name

Custom-Made RV Signs

When we take our kids for a bike ride tour of the campground, they always get a kick out of the signs people put up. The signs we see are not typically inappropriate, like the names above. That’s probably a good thing. 

Regardless of the appropriateness of your camper name, we recommend a custom sign for your camper, travel trailer, 5th wheel, or RV. Ideally, you can get something custom-made that is local to you, but if not, there are some great options available on Amazon. 

Custom Made RV Stickers

Another option for getting your camper’s name out there is a custom-made sticker. This is surprisingly common. There are groups on Instagram that trade RV stickers. Take a look at #rvstickerclub. It is a great way to get to know some good people in the RV community.

Final Thoughts on Inappropriate and Funny Camper Names

RV life is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. It is a way for most of us to unwind. I’m not sure if it’s right or wrong, but for us, naming the camper something that gives us a little giggle is perfectly fine. We’re probably not going to print it on a sign, but that doesn’t take away any of the fun.

If you’d like to see some of our recent travels in “The Fart Box”, check those out here.

Happy Camping!

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Hi, my name is Andy. I have been camping my whole life. I started camping with my parents as a little kid and remember hanging out around a campfire roasting marshmallows. As I got older, car camping was a regular occurrence. After I got married and started a family, we decided we wanted to share the travel and camping experience with our kids. Out of that experience, this site,, was born.

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