Which RV Would the Characters of the Office Stay In?

Last updated on June 17th, 2022 at 04:07 pm. Originally published on June 16th, 2022

Even though The Office ended in 2013, it’s still a super popular show. And we couldn’t help wondering which RVs our favorite characters from Dunder Mifflin Paper Company would choose. With all the different types of RVs out there, there are plenty of options for our favorite characters to pick if they were going to rent one for their next vacation. So let’s take a look at which RV a few of the characters would stay in!

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Class As are often the center of attention with all their amenities and plenty of space. They definitely make a statement, so a souped up Class A is perfect for the Regional Manager of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. We can totally see Michael renting a Class A like this one or this one. Don’t want to be as ill equipped to use a Class A as Michael would be? Check out a few of our newbie RV articles, or start searching for Class A RVs to rent.


On a site where you can pick the type of RV you want to rent, Dwight would definitely chose…a tent. Ok so you can’t actually rent a tent on RVshare (since we specialize in RVs after all), but it wouldn’t surprise us if Jim told Dwight that you could. Instead of tents, you can view all sorts of different types of RVs to take on your next trip and even filter for the type of RV you want. Or try a pop up trailer, which is in between a tent and an RV.

Pam + Jim

Class C motorhomes are a great option, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an easy way to go on a trip with the kids. This reliable option is great for those new to RVing, and this fan favorite office couple would have a great time taking their kids out on a family vacation. With all the amazing places in nature to visit, we’re sure Pam would have plenty of inspiration for her art.

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There are many options on RVshare.com that are pet friendly, which means Angela could bring her beloved cats. If you’re looking to bring your furry companion along, be sure to check the listing to make sure they’re allowed. But good news, you can filter by pet friendly RV listings so you can be sure your fluffy family member is welcome.


We could see Stanley in several different types of RVs, as long as the owner could deliver it somewhere in Florida. Many renters on RVshare offer delivery to different destinations. You can even search by deliverable RVs on RVshare.com to find one that can be taken to your dream destination.

Ryan + Kelly

Ryan and Kelly’s on again off again relationship has plenty of spontaneity, and a Class B or van could take them wherever they wanted. We could totally see them as a van life couple, although the small space could make things interesting. Looking to try out van life for yourself? Check out some of these great options.

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A toy hauler has plenty of room for extras, like refrigerators from Vance Refrigeration. Phyllis and Bob could definitely make use of that extra space in a fifth wheel to transport fridges. Maybe they could even start selling RV refrigerators! If you’re looking for extra space to bring along your toys (or business supplies) check out these fifth wheels for rent.


Toby pursues RVshare.com but can’t find an owner to respond (probably because Michael told him about renting an RV at last minute). If you’re looking for an RV for your trip, be sure to book ahead of time so you can get the RV that you want! And if you have questions about a listing, reach out to the RV owner for clarification.


Daryl’s competent and innovative, which would make him a great RVer. With his safety training he’d be great with a good grill and outdoor setup. Which would also make for a great place to spend time with his daughter. Many newer RVs come with outdoor kitchens and grill set ups. Find one that has what you’re looking for at RVshare.

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There are tons of travel trailer options to choose from, meaning Oscar could pick out exactly what he wants. We bet he’d go with a modern, elegant trailer with all the amenities and comforts like many listed on RVshare. You can even search by make, model, or year to make sure you’re getting exactly what you want.


With his love of cooking, we see Kevin in a fifth wheel with a big, full kitchen. Just because you’re in an RV doesn’t mean you can’t cook great meals. With a full kitchen Kevin would be able to make quesadillas and his famous chili all in the RV. Check out some of these great fifth wheel options for rent!

Ready to find your perfect RV to rent? Head over to RVshare.com to start searching, or explore more of the blog for tips, inspiration, and information on how to have the best trip.

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