Class A RVs are the largest motorhomes. They provide plenty of room for you to comfortably take your family and all of your supplies on the road.
Typically built on a van chassis, the small size of Class B RVs provides better gas mileage than other motorhomes. They offer excellent maneuverability and can even fit into most garages and parking spaces.
Built on a truck chassis, Class C RVs are easily distinguished by the overhang over the driver’s seat which can be used as an extra bed or storage area. They are available in shorter to longer lengths.
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TRAVEL TRAILER The most common towable for your camping needs, travel trailers come in a wide variety of floor plans, range from 15 to nearly 40 feet in length and can sleep from 2 to 10 people.
FIFTH WHEEL Fifth wheels utilize an in-bed hitch (aka ‘fifth wheel’) embedded in a half-ton or larger truck. With higher ceilings and more space, they will luxuriously accommodate you and your family. They sleep from 4 to 10 people.
TOYHAULER Toyhaulers have garages to haul bikes, motorcycles and/or ATVs. They come in both travel trailer and fifth wheel versions.
POP UP These lightweight campers are ideal for a smaller towing vehicle. Pop Ups fold down for easy towing and storage and can generally sleep from 4 to 6 people.
TRUCK CAMPER Set directly into the bed of a truck, truck campers accommodate 2 to 4 people. Popular with those who want to tow watercraft with their RV.
CLASS A GAS Class A RVs are the largest motorhomes, they range from 20 feet to more than 40 feet. There are many floor plan options available for a Class A.
CLASS A DIESEL Also called diesel pushers (the engine is in the back), Class A diesels come in lengths from nearly 30 feet to 45 feet. The diesel engine makes them ideal for towing heavy cargo or vehicles. Also ideal for travel in the mountains.
CLASS B Typically built on a van chassis, Class B RVs provide better gas mileage than other motorhomes. They offer excellent maneuverability and can fit into most garages.
CLASS C Class C RVs are built on a truck chassis and are easily distinguished by the overhang over the cabin which is used as an extra bed or storage area. They are available from 20 feet to over 30 feet.