Anyone who starts looking at RVs for full time means or part time vacation needs comes to the same question: which rv is right for you. The folks at Woodall’s have come up with a great article discussing the different types of RVs out there and what each one means
As you begin your shopping, try thinking of RV types as either motorized or towable. Within each of these categories you’ll then find subcategories, such as Class As, Class Bs and Class Cs for the motorized units; and conventional travel trailers, fifth wheels, fold-down tent campers, pickup campers and park models for the towable units. (excerpt, read the rest at Woodalls
As you go through the process make sure you take your time in evaluating which type would fit your family best and even try renting one for a week to get the feel for the size of an RV and see if you need one bigger or smaller. Walking through and RV feels completely different than staying in one for a week and having the small investment for the rental could save you thousands of dollars by not regretting the purchase you make.
One of the best things to do is attend and RV show. You can find a show nearest you at Go RVing. We have gone to the RV show in Tampa, FL every year for the past 4 years. It always gives us a great idea of the latest trends in RVs, what to look for, and a bit of day dreaming as we walk through some of the bigger coaches.