There are many types of RV both motorized and towable, deciding which one is right for you and your family is an important step on your journey to become an RVer.

Select an RV Type to view information, specific models, and submit dealer inquiries:

Class A

Constructed on a specially designed motor vehicle chassis, and often resembling a bus, the Class A Motorhome is the largest and most luxurious of the RVs.

Class B

Built using a conventional van chassis, the Class B Motorhome is commonly referred to as the van camper.

Class C

Built on a truck chassis with an attached van-based cab section, the Class C Motorhome is characterized by a distinctive cab-over bunk.

Travel Trailer

The Travel Trailer is a small to mid-sized towable RV that can be affixed to any standard trailer hitch. Typically smaller than a Fifth Wheel, Travel Trailers can still pack many of the comforts of home.

Fifth Wheel

A towable designed to travel behind a pickup equipped with a special hitch in the truck bed, Fifth Wheel trailers are two-level units which provide the greatest living of all non-motorized RVs. Fifth Wheel travel trailers come equipped with all the comforts of home, and are perfectly adaptable for quick getaways, cross country family vacations and full time living.

Toy Hauler

Half living area and half garage, Toy Haulers allow 'toys' to be brought to the countryside. A folding rear ramp give access for motorcycles, ATVs, personal watercraft, and even racecars. Optional built-in generators provides power for A/C, TV, and microwave.

Van Conversion

The smallest of the motorized RV's, the Van Conversion resembles a fully loaded van, and is in fact constructed on a van chassis with elevated roof lines but with no changes to the width or length of the original frame.

Tent Trailer

The Tent Trailer is often called a Hybrid, combining the features of the Pop Up trailer and the hard-sided Travel Trailer.

Truck Camper

A non-motorized recreational camping unit built to be loaded onto or affixed to the bed or chassis of a truck, designed to provide temporary living quarters for recreational camping or travel use.

Pop Up

A great starter trailer for a family, the Pop Up trailer is towed easily by a car or van. When opened, the front and back expand and occasionally the sides. The Pop Up is less expensive than other trailers.

Park Model

The Park Model resembles a small home and is built on a chassis mounted with wheels. Designed to allow occasional relocation but not intended to be towed on a regular basis, the Park Model typically includes hookups for standard home applicances.