Class C: The Class C motorhome is the classic "motorhome" that people think of when the word comes into conversation. The cabover bunk, queen bed in the rear and dinette and sofa sleeping options allow families of all shapes and sizes more than enough sleeping arrangement possibilities. These rigs can be as short as 20 feet, and usually top out at 35 feet. With a variety of floor plan options and upgrades, these rigs offer families lots of storage, sleeping, and space. More expensive and higher end models have many of the conveniences and amenities of some Class As, including mutliple slides, full body paint, and outdoor kitchens and entertainment centers. The downside: you rarely get a big "ooooohhhhh look at that motorhome" when you pull into camp.
Fifth Wheels: With a combination of luxury and convenience, fifth wheels are often for the serious or full-time RVer. These huge trailers hitch up in the bed of a powerful pick-up truck. Floor plans are frequently spacious and feel more like "home" because of high ceilings, completely separate master bedroom and bath, kitchens islands, ceiling fans, and fireplaces! Another convenience: Situating yourself at camp and then driving away to see the sights in a maneuverable-friendly truck. The downside? These trailers are quite large, heavy, and need an experienced driver, as backing into a spot can get tricky at times.