- Not to be confused with New England RV-er.
- "I've been to Springfield, Shelbyville, Ogdenville, Cap City, Ogdenberg, Shelbytown, Spring City, Capfield, West Springfield, Paris, Rome and Shelbyville Adjacent."
- ―The Southern RV-er singing a parody of the song I've Been Everywhere.[src]
| Southern RV-er
| Character Information
The Southern RV-er is an unnamed man who drives an RV.
After Homer meets the New England RV-er, he agrees to let the man and his friends park their RVs in his backyard. When everyone gets to Homer's house the Southern RV-er gets everyone to play the "Southern RV-er's national anthem", which consisted of everyone reving their engines in unison. Later in the evening the Southern RV-er sings a version of the song "I've Been Everywhere", replacing locations in the song with locations mostly in Springfield's state.
After Marge cuts the power, the Southern RV-er comes out of his RV holding a sandwich. He says that his crisper cut out, and complains that his sandwich isn't golden brown or even brown. He and the other RV-ers then drive away.