With so many RV types available, there is definitely something for everyone. But don’t let the choices overwhelm you. We’re here to help you sort through them all, figure out your needs and wants, and find the RV of your dreams.
Travel trailers can be towed by a variety of vehicles and are made for a variety of uses, from hauling to vacationing to full-time RVing.
Popular among full-time RVers, fifth wheels are designed for easier, more stable towing. Living space is maximized with over-cab space.
Still packed with amenities, lightweights satisfy the growing demand for smaller, more fuel-efficient trailers that are easily towed by smaller vehicles.
Available as travel trailers or fifth wheels, toy haulers give you a place to sleep and a place for your toys — everything from motorcycles to full-size ATVs.
Horse trailers are a unique combination of comfortable, secure horse transportation and luxurious living quarters in the same unit.
Expandables include pop-up campers, motorized, and towable RVs. Slide-outs or add-ons increase living space, or bring in the feel of the outdoors.
Class A Motorcoach
Among the largest RVs on the road, Class A motorhomes are spacious, luxurious, and made to take any sized family on long-distance trips.
Class B Motorhome
Commonly known as camper vans, Class B motorhomes are compact and affordable, yet still feature a kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom.
Class C Motorhome
Class Cs are recognizable by their over-cab sleeping/storage areas which provide additional living space for families of all sizes. Offering much of the craftsmanship of Class As, Class C’s are smaller in size and generally more affordable.