Camper vans of all shapes and sizes sparkled in the sunlight as hundreds of spectators descended on Weston Park.
Vintage and custom VW buses were once again the star attraction at the annual Camper Jam weekend, now in its sixth year.
As well as quirky motorhomes, other highlights included live bands, hundreds of trade stands and a fun fair.
John Bennetto, 54, attended the show with his friend Joanne Mills, 52, from nearby Albrighton.
Mr Bennetto, who repairs haulage vehicles, said he was a confessed camper van fan.
He said: “I have been to this show for a couple of years now and it is really great.
“As someone who is a fan of camper vans it is a lot of fun.
“I like to see the modern and custom vans people show and it is always good to see what are the current trends.”
Ms Mills, who was attending for the first time, said: “I have had a tremendous amount of fun. There is a great atmosphere here and having a look around the different camper vans is really interesting.”
Dave Morgan, 30, travelled to Weston Park with his partner Sarah DeVille, 32, from Codsall.
Miss DeVille said: “I have always wanted to come to the show and have just bought a VW Beetle.
“We are really enjoying ourselves and it is really laid back and nice to go around and have a chat and make some VW friends.”