Motorized

Known as the conventional RV and the most luxurious, the Class A Diesel RV is the "home away from home" on wheels. It can be used for quick weekend getaways or longer cross country trips.
Class A Gas, also commonly referred to as the conventional motorhome, is a virtual "home-away-from-home" on wheels, fully loaded and equipped for short trips, lengthy vacations and fulltiming. The Class A is entirely constructed on a bare, specially designed motor vehicle chassis.
Sometimes referred to as the Mini-Motorhome, the Class C RV provides the same conveniences as a larger motorhome in a smaller version and lower price. The Class C is built on an automotive van frame with an attached cab section.
With the same luxury as a motorhome and RV, the Class B Camper Van is easy to maneuver, it’s economical and very comfortable. It sleeps two to four people and with a top extension, can add extra head room and storage.

Towable

Travel Trailers are non-motorized RVs meant to be towed behind a car, truck SUV or van either by bumper or frame hitch. Travel Trailers are the perfect for weekend getaways or family vacations.
Fifth Wheels are two level units that provide maximum space with the master bedroom over the truck bed. Fifth Wheels are designed to be towed by a truck with a special hitch in the truck bed and are the largest of the towable units.
Fifth Wheel Toyhaulers are cargo-hauling ramped RVs. They have a garage in the rear with a ramp to drive a "toy" up inside to haul, while at the same time offering all the comforts of home up in the front area. Common "toys" are motorcycles and ATVs. Toy Haulers can come in both a Travel Trailer or the Fifth Wheel to fit your lifestyle.
Hybrid travel trailers combine the features of a pop-up trailer and a hard-sided trailer. In their camping configuration, one or more bunks fold down from the side with canvas tent covers. When in travel, the bunks fold up into the side of the trailer leaving four hard sides. The primary advantage of a hybrid travel trailer is that it offers a greater space to weight ratio.
Travel Trailer Toyhaulers are cargo-hauling ramped RVs. They have a garage in the rear with a ramp to drive a "toy" up inside to haul, while at the same time offering all the comforts of home up in the front area. Common "toys" are motorcycles and ATVs. Toy Haulers can come in both a Travel Trailer or the Fifth Wheel to fit your lifestyle.
Lightweight and easy to tow, Pop Up Campers provide the experience of open-air tent camping with some conveniences such as kitchen, dining and bathroom. Pop Up Campers provide many of the amenities in other RVs, just on a smaller scale.
Also referred to as pickup campers or slide-on campers, but not designed to be towable, the slide on truck camper is included in this category because of its ability to be removed from its transporting truck by using camper jacks. A slide-on camper is loaded onto, or affixed to, the chassis of a pickup truck. Many have kitchen and bathroom facilities plus many of the amenities found on more expensive RV’s .. Because truck campers can be loaded and unloaded with relative ease, they are popular among weekend RVers that want the use of their truck as well.
Park Model trailers although considered a recreational vehicle and are transportable they are primarily designed for placement at a destination. When set up, park models are connected to the utilities necessary to operate home style fixtures and appliances. Park models are popular with people for use as a cottage, vacation or retirement home.
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