Motorized RVs are perfect for people who do not own or wish to purchase an additional tow vehicle. From the compact camper van to the large class A and mid-sized class C, you'll find the vehicle that complements your lifestyle and fits your family's needs.
Towable RVs account for 85% of the RV market and are perfect for people who already own a tow vehicle or want a smaller RV that they can pull behind their family car. Towable RVs range in size from 8 - 45 FT and can accommodate between 2 - 8 people depending on the type. The range of sizes and comfort levels ensures that there is a towable for families, couples, adventurers, and glampers.
RVs complement a wide variety of wants and needs including seasonal camping, ice fishing, equestrian-related activities, and accessibility options. As demand for special features continues, new units are produced to better meet those needs.
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Beyond the Basics
Class Bs offer a kitchen, seating, bathroom and place to sleep.
Space is used efficiently in class B RVs and many have full wet or dry baths.
Class B Motorhomes
Class B motorhomes, also known as camper vans, feature all the conveniences of a furnished motor home but are compact enough to make driving one as easy as your regular van or SUV.
- Sleeps 2 to 4 people
- Easy Parking
- Nimble & easy to drive
- Simple Bathroom Facilities
- Compact kitchen
Cockpit and Bunk
Class Cs use the cabin space above the cockpit as a loft bed.
Class Cs are large enough to include a separate bedroom with a king or queen size bed, closet space, and additional storage.
This type of RV is equipped with a full size dry bath with a toilet, sink, and shower or bath.
The living area can be made larger with slide-outs for a roomy living, dining and kitchen area.
Class C Motorhomes
Built on an automotive van frame with a wider body section attached to the original cab, class C motorhomes are easily recognizable by the over-the-cab portion that is often an optional sleeping area.
- Sleeps up to 8 people
- Can tow another vehicle for side trips
- Loft for extra sleeping space
- Full-sized kitchen and bathroom
Travel Trailers often have large living room areas and dedicated dining and kitchen space with full size appliances and large windows for lots of natural lighting.
Travel trailers are large enough to offer extra storage cabinets and full size showers and bathtubs.
Travel Trailers are large enough to offer a private bedroom, sometimes with king size beds, and additional closet and cabinet space.
In addition to couches and dinettes that convert to beds, some travel trailers have full sized bunk beds with additional storage space.
Travel Trailers are the most popular type of RV because they come in all shapes and sizes and can accommodate solo travelers all the way up to large families.
- Sleeps up to 10 people
- Extra storage
- Full-sized bathroom and toilet
- Large living space & separate bedroom
- Large Entertainment Systems
Lounge, Cook, Sleep
The bench seating teardrop trailers is often used for couch space, seating for meals, and converts to a bed for sleeping. Basic kitchens are standard in teardrops.
Despite their exterior appearance, there is plenty of room to stretch out, cook, and sleep.
Larger teardrop trailers have a dedicated bed and sleeping area.
Truck campers often feature an efficient kitchen complete with an oven, stove, microwave, refrigerator, and sink.
Truck campers include full wet or dry baths and some even have a bathtub!
Truck campers often offer comfortable, dedicated dining areas.
The dedicated bedroom area often boasts a queen size bed and entertainment system.
Truck Campers are portable units designed to be loaded onto, or affixed to, the bed or chassis of a pickup truck. This type of RV is an easy and economical option for pick up truck owners.
- Sleeps 2-6 people
- Nimble and easy to drive
- Easy to Park
- Entertainment Systems
- Simple Bathroom Facilities
Real RVers Living Their Dreams
It might sound a little dramatic to say that RVing changed our lives but it really and truly did.
As a kid, I said that when I retired, I was going to buy an RV and travel the country. And then I finally realized, why do I need to wait until I’m older? How often do you get to live out your life dreams while you’re still young?
Our time outside is very limited to the weekend. I work hard so the weekends mean a lot to me.
Pets and RVs just seem to go together for many people. A primary reason for buying and traveling in an RV is so you can take your pets with you.
Class A Motorhomes
Pop Up Campers
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