Class A Motorhomes
The Class A motorhomes are all about luxury, size, and comfort for long distance travel, a large family or just traveling in style. And, talk about bringing the comforts of home on the road…you’ll often find these big and beautiful girls equipped with captain’s chairs that swivel, large sofas, HDTV, complete kitchens with granite countertops, residential refrigerators, a washer and dryer, as many as five slide-outs and lots of storage.
Class B Motorhomes
More commonly known as Camper Vans, Class B motorhomes offer many of the features and craftsmanship of Class A’s, just in a smaller, more maneuverable package. Using a full-size van as its foundation, a Class B motorhome can provide you with many of the comforts of home such as a compact bathroom, small kitchen and a TV. Ideal for 2 to 3 travelers and suitable for multi-week trips, the Class B is similar to driving a large SUV. Because of its smaller size, it’s also easy to drive in the city and park.
Class C Motorhomes
Class C’s are somewhat of a combination between a Class A and a Class C, both in size and features, ranging anywhere between approximately 20 and40 feet. Class C’s are also considered easy to drive and are generally more affordable than a Class A.
Travel trailers are generally lightweight, making them towable by standard pickup trucks, SUVs and even some minivans. Most models sleep up to six people and the latest models offer lots of cool features including designer-grade interiors, slide-outs, bunk beds, built-in generators and satellite TV.
The fifth-wheel trailer gets its name from the large hitch pin that attaches the trailer to a special mount in the bed of a heavy-duty pickup truck. This arrangement makes the fifth-wheel trailer more stable to pull than a comparably sized travel trailer. Excellent for long distance travel or a run to the local mountains, fifth-wheel trailers can range in size from 18 to 40 feet long. And because of their generous size, it’s critical that your truck be able to pull the load safely.
The “Toy Hauler” gets its name because of the garage area built into the rear of the trailer. This space can be used for hauling motorcycles, quad runners, and personal watercraft, and is separated from the rest of the trailer by a solid wall and an access door. The front of the Toyhauler is the living area, and depending on the model, many come with sleeping capacities up to eight people.
The Truck Camper is a portable unit designed to be loaded onto, or affixed to, the bed or chassis of a pickup truck. The slide-in units are easily loaded and unloaded from the bed of the truck, freeing the truck’s bumper to tow boats, ATVs and other trailers.
Folding Camping Trailer
Also known as pop-ups and tent trailers, Folding Camping Trailers are great for outdoor lovers who enjoy sleeping in a tent without sleeping on the ground. The Folding Camping Trailer stows away for easy, lightweight towing. With canvas sides that extend to reveal queen-sized beds, it’s easy to have a fresh-air experience with all the comforts of an RV.
Buying an RV will be one of the best decisions you’ll make for your family. Don’t get hung up on the details because at the end of the day or a long weekend, spending time together and creating lasting memories are what’s important and that will happen in any type of RV.