Class A

Easily the most identifiable as a motorhome are the Class As. Looking much like a transit bus or motor coach, Class A motorhomes are usually the more luxurious options. Being longer and taller, they will sport larger rooms and additional amenities. Class A Motorhomes can range from $50,000 in value to well into the millions, depending on additional features.


Class B

Class B Motorhomes are modeled after larger conversion vans. Quick, agile, and easy to park, Class B motorhomes are perfect for sight seeing road trips when only a bed and kitchen area are needed!


Class C

Class C motorhomes are identifiable by the resemblance to a truck or van front end. Much more roomier than a Class B, Class C motorhomes can range in lengths of 20ft to almost 40ft! Bedroom, dining and kitchen areas are common in Class Cs, and are perfect go between from the large Class A to the small Class B.


Conversion Van

A conversion van is a full-sized cargo van that is sent to third-party companies to be outfitted with various luxuries for road trips and camping. These vans have more features that enable camping, such as a toilet, fridge, microwave, sink, side sofa, popup canvas top that allows standing up, and sometimes a stove.


Travel Trailer

Travel Trailers are living quarters hauled behind a capable truck. Varying in overall length, Travel Trailers are popular with folks who would like to transport their living quarters somewhere, but still have their vehicle free for use without hauling all that added length around!


Toy Hauler

Toy Haulers are quite the hybrid offering: part living quarters, part utility trailer! Whether its ATVs, UTVs, Dirt bikes or other kinds of fun, you can haul them in the back of the Toy Hauler and off load them through the lay down door. The front half of the vehicle


Tent Trailer

Tent Trailers, also known as "Pop-Up" Trailers offer a basic sleeping enclosure usually topped by a pop-up fabric system. Low-profile, light weight and easy to haul make Tent Trailers popular with those who prefer to bring their kitchen setup with them and only need somewhere to sleep.