Motorhomes near lake

Class A, B, and C Motorhomes

There are several different types of Motorhomes to pick from when deciding what you need to get out and start exploring. Whether you are a full-time RVer, a family of five, or a solo traveler, there is a motorhome that will fit your lifestyle and your budget. To learn more about the differences between class A, B, and C motorhomes, read our guide below!
Class A Motorhome

Class A Motorhome

Are you interested in full-time RVing? Then a Class A motorhome is the way to go. Built like an apartment, Class A motorhomes are one of the largest motorhomes on the lot, and for a good reason. With a Class A motorhome, you often get luxury amenities like separate master bedrooms, bunk beds, and larger, fully-equipped bathrooms. Class A Motorhomes range from around 26ft to 45ft in length and are built on a heavy-duty chassis for maximum durability.

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Class B Motorhome

Class B Motorhome

The Class B motorhome, also known as a camper van, is the smallest of the motorhomes. The van is tall enough to allow standing room inside, and although it is relatively small, it has a kitchen, living room, and bathroom. Because Class B is more compact, you’ll enjoy higher MPGs, more parking options, and the ease of driving a smaller vehicle. If you are a solo traveler or traveling with one other person, the Class B motorhome is a great option.

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Class C Motorhome

Class C Motorhome

The Class C motorhome is the compromise between Class A and Class B motorhomes. Built with a cabin chassis, they are easy to spot with their over-cab sleeping area. These motorhomes have similar amenities to the Class A motorhome but are more budget-friendly and have better MPGs. In addition, the bunk bed over the driver cabin allows for a larger sitting and dining area in the back of the motorhome. If you are looking for a budget-friendly motorhome that can still comfortably fit up to 4-5 people, the Class C motorhome might be a good fit.

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