Other RV Types
These mini RVs fit into the back of a pickup truck providing everything you need to camp in
the great outdoors. Truck campers come in a variety of sizes to fit your truck. Most include
a kitchenette, bathroom and over cab bed. Large truck campers can feature slide out sides.
Small truck campers may have a pop up tent top.
Pop Up Trailer
Light and collapsible, these tent trailers can be towed by almost anything. A pop-up trailer is
an affordable camping option that keeps the family from sleeping on the ground. As the fabric
unfolds within the base you will discover two sleeping areas and a kitchenette.
Part camper, part garage, Toy Haulers are towable RVs for an active lifestyle. Toy Haulers come in many
shapes and styles including travel trailer, fifth wheel and Class A RVs. Toy Haulers feature a ramp style
door for easy loading of your all-terrain vehicles.
Using a bus chassis, a professional or enthusiast makes a Class A style motorhome. These units can include
slides or remain in the traditional 8-foot bus width. Professional bus conversions are high-end projects.
These RVs are prevalent with bands, politicians and people in the racing industry because bus engines are
designed for up to a million miles of travel.
Horse Trailer With Living Quarters
Part horse trailer and part RV. These cowboy themed towables combine the best of both worlds. Horse Trailer RVs
can host up to 6 horses and 8 guests. The trailer section features space for the horse, tack and hay. The camper
portion offers everything the modern cowboy needs. From bunks to chow, these all in one are a popular choice with
the horse enthusiast.
Semi's and Toterhomes
A toterhome is built on a heavy-duty chassis that is stretched out to resemble a truck trailer. A totorhome is
frequently used to haul another large trailer with enclosed cars and is popular on the racing scene. Semi
conversions and toterhomes are popular with race crews because of their ability to drive up to a million miles