Camper Research


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Folding Campers


Pop-Up Campers

Folding Campers, also known as Pop-Up Campers, are the most basic form of a camping trailer. Styles come from the most very basic, no frill design to A-Frame, toy hauler and folding campers with slides. These campers are suitable for the first time camper, hard to reach camp sites, a more rugged camping experience or camping on a budget.

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Hybrid Campers


Hybrid Campers

Hybrid Campers, also known as Expandable Campers, are a specialized style of travel trailer. These campers are very versatile. This trailer style combines the easy setup of a standard travel trailer with space of a larger trailer. Hybrid campers come with anywhere from one to three expandable ends, can have slide outs and can sleep the whole family comfortably.

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Travel Trailer Campers


Travel Trailers

Travel Trailer Campers are fully enclosed bumper pull RVs. These campers range in size from about 14ft to 40ft in length. They can come in many styles including bunkhouses, couples campers, up to 5 slides, aluminium or fiberglass side walls and more. Depending on the size, these campers can be "V6 Tow-able," 1/2 ton or 3/4 tow-able depending on construction and options.

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Destination Campers


Pop-Up Campers

Destination Campers, also known as Park Models, are generally not a long haul tow-able camper. These RVs are most often placed on a permanent or semi-permanent camp site. Destination Trailers offer many of the comforts of home while still giving you the camping experience. Large bedroom areas, full kitchens with residential fridges and large living spaces are common in these campers.

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Ice House Campers


Hybrid Campers

Ice House Campers, also known as Fish Houses or Ice Shacks, are an ice fisher's dream rig. You can get one of these light weight campers out on as little as 9 inches of ice and can be moved with only a four wheeler. Everything from toy hauler variants to cedar lined interiors, up to 10 ice fishing holes, extra insulation and are designed to be lowered directly to the ice. Different sizes and layouts for all your ice fishing needs.

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Fifth Wheel Campers


Travel Trailers

Fifth Wheel Campers are built to minimize camper and tow vehicle length while maximizing liveable space. The design also allows better weight distribution and turning radius by moving the hitch over the rear of the vehicle axle. This allows a larger RV with more weight (more slides!) to be hauled without stressing the vehicle. Depending upon style, fifth wheels can be towed by either a 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton vehicle (Lite or eXtra Lite models.)

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Toy Hauler Campers


Pop-Up Campers

Toy Hauler Campers are made for everyone who wants to bring their toys with them on the camping trip and don't want to take a second vehicle just to haul them. Toy haulers come in either travel trailer or fifth wheel camper versions. Toy hauler travel trailers start as short as 16 feet and can get as long as 32 feet. Depending on length, some are 1/2 tow-able. 5th wheel variants can come loaded with extra options and are mostly 3/4 ton tow-able. 5th wheel toy haulers generally have larger garages and can accommodate more people.

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Class C Motorhomes


Hybrid Campers

Class C Motorhomes are perfect for the people that want the freedom of the road without the size of the larger Class A motorhome and more space than a Class B RV. Class C motorhomes come in all variants. You can get multiple slides, bunk houses, over cab sleeping, high end or entry level style motorhomes. These campers usually come with either a Ford or Chevrolet chassis and paired motor in either a large V8 or V10 motor. Most are built with gasoline engines. These motorhomes are capable of towing a vehicle or trailer behind them.

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Class A Motorhomes


Travel Trailers

Class A Motorhomes are the largest version of the mortorhomes we have available. These are long haul RVs meant for long travel distances with the comfort of home. Class A Motorhomes are generally powered by a V8 or V10 diesel motor and are often called diesel pushers, although gas motors are available on select lines. Most Class A motorhomes come standard with an on board generator to offer power while not running the vehicle motor. Class A RVs can come with many different options and floorplans.

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