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Ideal RV Length for Fitting into National Park Campsites

  Having a large RV is wonderful for having a spacious and comfortable place to stay, but many buyers of very large RVs regret their purchase when trying to find a camp site.  State and national parks are notoriously difficult to camp in if your RV is too long. Since I’m shopping for a Class A RV right now, I …

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19 Reasons to Choose a Class C RV (and NOT a Class A!)

I’m currently towing a travel trailer for my RVing fun, but I’m really looking into getting my first motorhome.  Consequently, I’m heavily researching the differences between Class A and Class C RVs. It seems to me that the overwhelming majority of full time RVers choose the Class A, but there are so many good reasons to choose a Class C …

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Average Cost of New Travel Trailers (With 16 examples)

I recently purchased a brand new travel trailer and did tons of price shopping to find the best prices.  Brand new travel trailers const significantly more than lightly used travel trailers because they depreciate quickly; however, since trailers can easily have things break, for many users it is worth buying new so they know everything will work perfectly when it’s …

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Hybrid Trailers vs Travel Trailers: 14 important considerations

When I first walked through the endless lots of campers in Boise, I immediately decided that I didn’t want a hybrid; however, I later talked to someone who owned one and learned some interesting benefits (and drawbacks) to the hybrid. In the end, I still decided to go with the traditional travel trailer, but I now can see some real …

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Travel Trailer vs 5th Wheel: 23 differences to know before buying

I bought a Rockwood 25′ travel trailer a few weeks ago and I had to make the tough choice of whether or not to get a 5th wheel.  In this post I want to share some of the things that helped me make the decision. But first, the quick answer: 5th wheels are better suited to the BIG trailers of 28′ …