Are you in the market for an RV? It can be intimidating to some people, as there are a lot of options out there. After you’re done reading this article, you’ll have a better idea of which type of RV is likely best for you. 

RVs for an Extended Stay

Are you the type of person who wants to live on an RV for long periods of time? For example, maybe you’re retired and want to take an RV across the country. Or maybe there’s a certain place you don’t want to just visit - you want to stay there for at least a month. 

In that case, we recommend either a Class A motorhome or 5th wheel camper trailer. Both of these offer a lot of space and amenities, making it ideal to become your second home. They’re big enough that you can spend all day just hanging around the camper and be fine. 

The best part is these big RVs can work great for any sized group. Flying solo? No problem, you’ve got a huge bachelor (or bachelorette) pad. Just you and your partner? You have lots of room to spread out and get some alone time when you need it. Got a gaggle of kids with you? You’ll be glad you had this bigger vehicle!

RVs for Sports Enthusiasts

Are you or your family big into sports? Maybe you love mountain biking, dirt biking, or riding on four wheelers? In that case, a toy hauler might be for you.

Technically a toy hauler is a subcategory of RVs. They have a good-sized compartment in the back that’s ideal for carrying small vehicles. The front of the RV is usually a fifth wheel, giving you the amenities you need to sleep, shower, cook, etc. 

This makes a toy hauler ideal for people who want to both live the RV life and bring their big toys with them. Want to park the RV next to a lake for a week and paddle your canoe around all day? No problem. Want to park it by the beach and ride your bikes on trails? You can easily do that too. 

RVs for Short Adventures

Do you tend to go on short adventures, like a long weekend trip a few hours away? If that’s the case, you have a few options available.

Class C or Class B motorhomes are work considering. They’re built on truck and van chassis respectively, meaning they’re a lot smaller than other motorhomes or fifth wheels. But because they’re built on a smaller chassis, they’re much easier to travel with. You can take these just about anywhere, and they offer most of the conveniences of a much larger motorhome. 

Another option to consider is a travel camper. They aren’t as big as a fifth wheel, but they do offer a lot of amenities to keep you comfortable on your adventure. 

Finally, you can choose to go with a small RV like a teardrop camper or pop-up camper. These just offer the basics, but are great for a few reasons:

  • They’re easy to get around - even small cars can tow them

  • You don’t have to sleep on the ground

  • They’re more affordable than other, bigger options

Whether you’re a weekend warrior, outdoor sports lover or someone who wants to have a second home, there are RV options just for you. 

Have any questions? Feel free to reach out to us!

Courtesy of Cuselleration