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What makes you, "you"? Are you a gourmet cook? Planning to bring the kids? Do you enjoy tailgating at concerts or games?

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  • TAILGATING ROCKS!

  • SLICE. DICE. SIZZLE.

  • AMAZING AMENITIES

  • CITY EXPLORING

  • BRING ON THE DIRT!

  • “COOL” RVS

  • RVS THAT GIDDY UP

  • MOBILITY ENHANCERS

Will you be traveling with children?

RVs are built for family fun. Built-in bunks or trundle beds give everyone a comfortable place to call their own. Best of all, there are no strange beds to sleep in and there are always familiar surroundings.

Type C Motorhomes often have an over-cab bed that sleeps 2-3 and can be a fun, personal space for kids.

RVs can have access to the bathroom directly from the outside when kids are messy or in a hurry.

RVs have plenty of storage to bring along favorite toys and gear, with basement storage large enough for bikes.

Do you like to tailgate at sporting events or concerts?

Everyone knows the true party is in the parking lot. Celebrate with your friends and fellow fans outside the RV.

Full-feature outside entertainment centers increase your listening pleasure or help you keep up with pre/post-game coverage.

RVs are equipped with fun features to keep the party going, without messing up your living space:

  • Outdoor entertainment center
  • Outdoor kitchen/grilling center
  • Access to the bathroom directly from the outside
  • Pass-through basement storage areas for gear

Are you a gourmet cook?

RVs have everything plus the kitchen sink…and so much more.

Don’t let being on the road curb your passion for cooking. Experiment with fresh, regional ingredients along the way.

RVs come equipped with amenities to rival any gourmet kitchen:

  • Luxurious wood cabinets with granite and stainless steel
  • Kitchen island workspace
  • Full-size side-by-side or French door refrigerators/freezers
  • Pull-out pantry
  • Double sink
  • Gas range with oven/convection oven
  • Easy-access cabinet storage

Do you like to get away for long stretches of time?

In an RV, you can have all the comforts of home with you, while still getting away from it all!

Slideout walls dramatically increase living space at the push of a button. Then relax on soft leather sofas in front of your fireplace.

RVs often come equipped with these everyday living amenities:

  • Large wardrobes for clothing storage
  • Full bath with tub
  • Washer and dryer
  • Satellite TV
  • Central vacuum system

Do you like to explore cities?

Motorhomes are getting smaller, more lightweight and more fuel-efficient, making some models just a little larger than a full-size SUV.

These compact RVs can easily maneuver through country roads and city streets alike. Even downtown parking is more manageable.

Don’t let their smaller size fool you; compact motorhomes still boast many of the amenities of the larger homes on wheels.

Are you a motorcycle/off-road vehicle enthusiast?

There is an entire class of RVs that can fit into your rugged lifestyle, yet provide relaxing, home-like comforts at the end of the trail.

After a full day of mud and dust, relax in style with complete kitchen, bath and sleeping quarters.

Sport Utility RVs, or “Toy Haulers” as they are commonly called, have built-in garages, where the rear door drops down to create a ramp allowing you to roll your motorcycles, ATVs and other motorized toys on board and off with ease.

On some models, the rear ramp can be converted to a patio for relaxing and entertaining when motorized toys have been unloaded.

Do you like to participate in outdoor activities in the winter/snow?

Most RVs can sustain some use in the winter with proper preparation. Check for campgrounds that offer hookups in cold weather destinations.

After a fun-filled day on the ice, the slopes, or trekking through the woods, warm up and relax in your mobile winter chalet.

There is a specialty RV designed for winter fishermen. Ice Houses are so lightweight they can be moved on or off the ice with an ATV, yet they keep you comfortable for a day on the ice with heat, bathrooms and mini kitchens.

Are you more of a hunter than a fisherman? A Truck Camper makes a great base camp that’s easy to get in and out of the woods to help you get out of the cold.

Are you a horse enthusiast who likes to travel with your horse?

Whether you are going to a horse show or on a trail ride, a specialty RV Horse Trailer can get you there in style.

The front of the vehicle has all the human creature comforts of a traditional RV with a sleeping area, kitchen and bathroom.

The fully separated back area has room to safely transport up to 10 horses.

And there’s plenty of space for all the necessary feed and tack items for longer trips.

Do you have physical limitations, but still like to travel?

RV manufacturers can modify their floor plans and amenities so you can enjoy your time on the road no matter what your needs.

A personally adapted RV increases your freedom of travel while enhancing your mobility and peace of mind.

Best of all, leave worries of the unknown behind. Travel confidently knowing you will be staying in the comfort of your own space, specially tailored to your likes and needs.

Some RV modifications commonly made include:

  • Wheelchair lifts or ramps
  • Lower kitchen counters and cabinets
  • Roll-under sinks
  • Wider entrances
  • Roll-in showers
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Do you prefer a vehicle you can tow or drive?

What type of vehicle will you use to tow?

Disclaimer: Be sure to check your vehicle owner's manual for tow capacity.

How many people would you like your RV to sleep?

(Up to 10)
(Up to 8)
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Do you want to feel like you’re sleeping:

  • Conventional Travel Trailer
  • Fifth-Wheel Travel Trailer
  • Truck Camper
  • Expandable Travel Trailer
  • Folding Camping Trailer
  • Type A Motorhome
  • Type B Motorhome
  • Type C Motorhome

Conventional Travel Trailer

Travel Trailer sizes vary, and they can be towed by something as small as a family car up to a full-size pickup truck.
  • SIZE
    12-35 ft
  • COST
    From $8,000 to $95,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 10
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Fifth-Wheel Travel Trailer

Go upstairs in an RV? The Fifth-Wheel Travel Trailer's floor plan has a raised bedroom for added privacy.
  • SIZE
    21-40 ft
  • COST
    From $18,000 to $160,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 6
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Truck Camper

Versatile Truck Campers maneuver through the city during the day and set up to camp in the woods at night.
  • SIZE
    8-20 ft
  • COST
    From $6,000 to $55,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 6
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Expandable Travel Trailer

In an Expandable Travel Trailer, you’ll find the comforts of home while sleeping under the stars in a pop-out bed.
  • SIZE
    19-30 ft
  • COST
    From $10,000 to $30,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 8
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Folding Camping Trailer

Folding Camping Trailers are lightweight and travel compactly, yet they can open up to an endless world of RVing fun.
  • SIZE
    8-24 ft
  • COST
    From $6,000 to $22,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 8
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Type A Motorhome

The elevated seat and large flat windshield in a Type A Motorhome let you take in the beauty of the open road.
  • SIZE
    21-40 ft
  • COST
    From $60,000 to $500,000+
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 6
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Type B Motorhome

The nimble Type B Motorhome can easily zip in and out of parking spaces, yet has all of the comforts of home.
  • SIZE
    16-22 ft
  • COST
    From $60,000 to $130,000
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 4
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Type C Motorhome

The signature Type C Motorhome over-cab space can be for extra storage, sleeping or an entertainment center.
  • SIZE
    21-35 ft
  • COST
    From $43,000 to $200,000+
  • SLEEPS
    Up to 8
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New innovations make today’s RVs more fuel-efficient than ever.
A benefit of towing your RV is that you can unhitch at the campground and have your vehicle for sightseeing adventures.
Motorhomes have plenty of seatbelts – so passengers can play a game at the dinette or relax on the sofa while riding down the road.
You don’t need a big pickup truck to go RVing. Many RVs are small enough to be towed by everyday vehicles such as a family sedan.
Like to surround yourself with family and friends? Some RVs can sleep up to 10, so there’s room for everyone!
Whether you like to sleep under the stars or with home-like heat/air conditioning, there is an RV for you.
Feeling romantic? Many RVs come with a gas fireplace to snuggle in front of...or to keep you toasty on a cool night.
The sounds of nature can lull you to sleep on your elevated, screen-enclosed, pop-out beds in expandable RVs.

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Conventional Travel Trailer

Conventional Travel Trailers offer a wide range of floor plans, sizes and conveniences. All the conveniences of home, including kitchen, dining, bathroom, entertainment and storage.

Fifth-Wheel Travel Trailer

The only RV with a unique bi-level floor plan, a Fifth-Wheel offers all the conveniences of home, including kitchen, bath and living room. This vehicle must be towed by a pickup with a special hitch.

Truck Camper

The Truck Camper is a portable unit designed to be loaded into the bed of a pickup truck. The units easily load and unload from the bed.

Expandable Travel Trailer

A cross between a hard-sided Travel Trailer and a Folding Camping Trailer, the expandable ends pull out to offer more sleeping room with an open-air feel. Expandable units are lighter than the Conventional Travel Trailer.

Folding Camping Trailer

With canvas sides that extend to reveal queen- or king-sized beds, a Folding Camping Trailer allows a fresh-air experience for those who want to sleep off the ground. It folds compactly for easy and lightweight towing.

Type A Motorhome

Type A Motorhomes are constructed on a specially designed motor vehicle chassis. Home-like amenities are found throughout the vehicle and generally include kitchens, bathrooms, entertainment centers and central heat and air conditioning.

Type B Motorhome

Commonly called van campers, Type B Motorhomes are the smallest, built using automotive van or panel-truck shells. Van campers drive like the family SUV, but offer the comforts and conveniences of home.

Type C Motorhome

Type C Motorhomes are built on an automotive van frame with a wider body section attached to the original cab. The most recognizable feature of the Type C Motorhome is space over the cab that is often an additional sleeping area.

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