Fifth Wheel:

expandable - family sized - 12 to 40 ft long

Fifth wheel trailers are a towable unit that is hitched to the truck bed of the towing vehicle, giving it a bi-level floorplan. These trailers are often suited with expandable units, and full sized appliances. Perfect for group camping, this sturdy design is easy to tow and travel with.

Travel Trailer:

customizable - fuel efficient - 13 to 40 ft long

Much like the fifth-wheels, travel trailers are also hitched. But since these trailers come in a large variety of sizes, styles, and pricing, it does vary significantly from the fifth-wheel trailer. Such as, smaller travel trailers can be towed by smaller vehicles, instead of relying on the need of a truck.

Motor Home:

luxury - all-in-one - 17 to 45 ft long

There are 3 types of Motorized RVs: Class A, Class B, and Class C. All of these motor homes come with a home-away-from-home experience. No hitching needed with this option; Go from driving to your comfy bed in this glamping dream come true. It can come in either diesel or gasoline engines. While the priciest of the trailer options, the space and convenance is more than worth it.

Pop up:

affordable - light weight - 8 to 16 ft long

A pop-up camper can easily collapse to be easily towed and stored, taking up little space in a garage or large shed. With mesh or fabric walls and pull out bunks, this is the lightest, most affordable, and easily stored trailer option. A tent trailer can weigh 2,500 pounds, which is about half the weight of traditional hard tops. And with its compact design, you don’t need a new parking space to store, when not in use.