Class B Motor Home
The Class B Motor Home looks a lot like a van. That's because it's a conversion van that manufacturers add a variety of standard and optional conveniences to such as kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping accommodations. Many have a top extension added to them for additional storage. Class B's are understandably the easiest motor homes to drive and park because of their more compact design than the other two. They may sleep from 2 to 4 adults.
Class C Motor Home
The Class C Motor Home is built on an automotive manufactured van frame with an attached cab section. So the cab frame is exposed rather than enclosed like a Class A Motor Home. This mini-motor home offers many of the features of a Class A but in a less expensive version. These can sleep between 4 to 8 adults depending on the model.
Travel Trailer (towable)
The Travel Trailer is a towable unit that attaches to the towing vehicle with a bumper or frame hitch. They are easily detached once the Trailer is parked to give you free use of your towing vehicle. These can be equipped with many of the conveniences of home and will sleep between 2 to 8 adults depending on the size of the unit.
Fifth Wheel (towable)
The fifth wheel is built with the forward section raised up leaving space below the front section to connect to a special hitch on a pick-up truck. This creates a bi-level floor plan inside the unit typically raising up the master bedroom. They are easily detached once the Trailer is parked to give you free use of your towing vehicle. These can be equipped with many of the conveniences of home and will sleep between 2 to 8 adults depending on the size of the unit.
Folding Camping Trailer aka Pop-up Trailer (towable)
The folding camping trailer is an RV that is mounted on wheels and has collapsible sidewalls that allows the unit to be stored in a more compact space. It's size makes it a relatively easy unit to tow and maneuver. This unit can sleep up to 8 depending on size and combines the experience of a camping tent with the advantages of other RV's.
The truck camper is a unit that fits onto the bed of pick-up truck. It provides a relatively smaller sleeping area and some appliances. It makes it easier to reach more remote camping locations that would prove difficult to pull a towable RV into.
A Park Model is a unit built on a single chassis and then mounted to wheels. It is a little less mobile than a travel trailer and designed for more long-term camping. It usually includes greater living space through the use of tip-outs or slide-outs.