Designed to ride on a pick-up truck bed, the compact truck camper will go wherever your truck can go. Allows the ability to tow boats, cars and utility trailers. Some even come with slide-outs to enhance the living space.
Commonly called Van Campers, these drive and handle like a family van, fit in a conventional parking space, are easy on fuel, and come with kitchens, washrooms with showers, beds, and a common dining area.
The lightest of them all, these fold down for towing, provide a fresh-air
camping experience with the off-ground convenience of an RV. Can be towed by virtually any car, van or SUV.
With enhanced capabilities beyond the van conversion, these models provide more roominess and many of the amenities found in larger motorhomes, coupled with ease of driving.
"Conventional" Travel Trailers come in a wide range of floor plans and sizes, and offer affordable homelike amenities. Depending on size/weight they can be towed by a car, van, SUV or pick-up truck.
These models offer two-level floor plans with taller ceilings and more slide-out rooms. They are the most spacious RV available and come in a variety of sizes. These models can be towed by most full-sized pickup trucks.
"Toy Haulers" can be either towable travel trailers or fifth-wheels. They
feature a built-in "garage" for hauling cycles, ATVs, snowmobiles, or other sports equipment. A swing-down ramp distinguishes these models from other towable RVs.
The Class C is recognized by its distinct 'cab-over' bunk situated over the cab. Built on a commercial van chassis, these units are available from 19 to 41 ft. in length, many with slide-out rooms and packed with all the amenities of its larger Class A cousin.
Generally the roomiest of all RVs and with luxurious amenities. Typically resembling a bus, Class As are entirely constructed on a specially designed chassis. Powered by gas or diesel engines, these units may have multiple
slide-outs that open up the interior living space.
A stationary RV that must be delivered to a site, these models are designed
for seasonal living much like a cabin or cottage, or can be used year round
as accommodations for a work camp; they can be relocated as their owners' needs change.