If you’re seeking a new towable RV, you may feel overwhelmed by a wide selection of choices. Should you get a travel trailer, fifth wheel, or toy hauler? To help out, let’s briefly summarize all of the major types of RVs below.
Pop-up trailers, also known as folding trailers, are the smallest types of RVs. Their side sections can be folded during travel, making them easy to store and transport. They’re lightweight and easy to maneuver, but owing to their size, they’re not as spacious and comfortable as other trailers.
One of the most common types of towable RVs is the travel trailer. This trailer comes in a variety of different sizes and styles, and you may be able to pull it with an SUV or truck. You can find tiny travel trailers with room suited for only one individual as well as large, 35-foot models that sleep up to eight people.
Fifth wheels are so named because they must be connected to a special plate in the bed of a pickup truck. They are among the largest and most luxurious trailers you can buy, with slide-outs for extra space and, potentially, even multiple bedrooms.
Toy haulers can be travel trailers or fifth wheels and are notable for their built-in garage. The back of this trailer is designed to accommodate powersports vehicles like dirt bikes and quads, with a built-in ramp promoting easier loading.
It’s easier to get a good understanding of the different types of RVs by checking them out for yourself. Call us at Hanner RV Supercenter in Baird, Texas, if you’d like to take a closer look at our full inventory of travel trailers, fifth wheels, and more!