The Roving Kind was a nationally syndicated television show that was distributed by Bill Burrud Productions, which aired on KCOP-TV, Los Angeles, from 1964 to 1968. The series featured producers Milas Hinshaw and Buddy Noonan, who produced, filmed, and narrated the episodes.
The Roving Kind travel series was produced for a family audience, showing how families could travel on a budget. During filming, Buddy Noonan and Ginger Noonan traveled with their children throughout the United States including Hawaii, and also on location in Mexico. The series featured ghost towns, national monuments, state parks, tourist attractions, and state historical sites. The series was shot on 16 mm film.