These Are the Best RV’s in 2022 (Sorted By Type)

Articles
The Best RV's By Class

Owning an RV means socially-distant vacations, no gas station bathrooms on road trips, and, for some, a place to call home full-time.

Whether you are looking for the best RVs for fulltime living or just shopping around to take one on weekend vacations, we’ve compiled a list of the best motorhomes for any situation!

This list is categorized by the type of RV to make it easier to skip to the section you’re most interested in. Use the table of contents below to jump around, or just scroll through.

Let’s dive in!

Table of Contents

What Kind of RV Should I Buy?

The “best RV” is extremely subjective. It’s not as simple as using the best materials… you also have to think about the layout, what you want to use it for, factory warranties, features, and more. That’s why there is no single “best RV”.

As we go through the best RVs by type in this guide, I’ll share who each RV is best for (families on vacation vs couples vs full-time RVs, etc.) as well as what makes it so good.

So as you’re scrolling through, at the top of each section will be an explanation of who that type of RV is best for, and which RVs are best-in-class for that type. Let’s dive in!

Related Post — Types of Campers: Which RV is Right for You?

Best Class A RVs

Class A RVs are some of the biggest rigs available in the RV space. These motorized campers often come with the most space and features, pulled by the biggest diesel engines.

Class A’s are best for those who need a lot of living space and storage space and who don’t mind driving a big rig.

Keep in mind, however, that the large size means you will be limited to campgrounds with big enough lots to fit your rig and there are a lot of places you won’t be able to camp (such as some National parks).

Thor Palazzo 33.5

Palazzo Class A Motorhome
  • Price: $247,000
  • Length: 34.75 ft
  • Exterior Height: 12.08 ft
  • GVWR: 26,000 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 10 people

The Thor Palazzo 33.5 is an amazing class A RV option for those large families that love taking camping trips together. It has an overall sleeping capacity of up to 10 people, but if you want to maximize comfort you may want to sleep about 8 instead.

Although this motorhome is very pricey, it is actually the cheapest of the class A RVs on our list today!

Forest River Berkshire 38A

Berkshire Class A Motorhome
  • Price: $258,000
  • Length: 39.42 ft
  • Exterior Height: 12.42 ft
  • GVWR: 27,920 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 8 people

The Forest River Berkshire 38A is another very reliable and well designed class A motorhome on the market today. Within this unit, you can sleep up to 8 people, making it ideal for larger families or groups of friends that plan to travel together.

The build quality of this camper also helps it stand out against the rest. Its full bathroom with shower and toilet eliminates the need to find public restrooms when on your travels. There’s also a very well put together kitchen for cooking all of your desired meals while out in the great outdoors!

Newmar Dutch Star 4312

Newmar Dutch Star 4312
  • Price: $376,000
  • Length: 43 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13 ft
  • GVWR: 44,600 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 10 people

The Newmarket Dutch Star 4312 is the largest diesel pusher on our list today. Coming in at 43 feet long and with a sleeping capacity of up to 10 people, you’ll have all the desired room and comfort for you and all of your guests.

With that said, this rig also has a GVWR of 44,600 lbs making it the heaviest RV on our list! Although this does not affect traveling in this camper, it is something to keep in mind.

Tiffin Allegro BUS 37AP

Tiffin Allegro BUS 37AP
  • Price: $430,000
  • Length: 39 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13 ft
  • GVWR: 41,000 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people

The Tiffin Allegro Bus 37AP is the final class A RV on our list today. Coming in at 39 feet, this RV has a sleeping capacity for up to 6 people, it’s the smallest in terms of sleeping space on our list of class A campers!

Although it can only sleep 6 people, this RV is completely decked out to ensure an amazing and comfortable camping trip for you and your family each and every time. It also comes with a 100 gallon fresh water tank!

Best Class C RVs

Class C RVs are the traditional motorhomes with a sleeping bunk over the cab. They’re a great middle-ground between enough living space while being small enough to easily maneuver.

You can find Class C’s in almost any size, from tiny 20’ campers up to giant 40’ motor coaches. These kinds of RVs are best for those who need customization of their rig.

If you’re looking for the best Class C RV, we’ve got you covered:

Related Post — 7 Best Small Campers for a Family of 4 (Video Walkthroughs)

Thor Freedom Elite 22FEF

Thor Freedom Elite 22FEF
  • Price: $93,000
  • Length: 24 ft
  • Exterior Height: 11 ft
  • GVWR: 12,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people

The Thor Freedom Elite 22FEF is not only a very affordable Class C RV, but it’s also perfect for families of 4! This motorhome has a sleeping capacity of up to 6 people which allows you to bring friends and other family members with you on camping trips.

This motorhome has everything you could ever ask for in the perfect Class C camper. With a fully loaded kitchen and bathroom you will never have to eat out or find a public restroom when you’re on your trips (unless you want to, of course).

Forest River Sunseeker MBS 2400B

Forest River Sunseeker MBS 2400B
  • Price: $114,500
  • Length: 25.42 ft
  • Exterior Height: 11.25 ft
  • GVWR: 11,030 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6

The Forest River Sunseeker MBS 2400B is another relatively affordable option when considering the prices you will see with most top tier class C RVs. With a sleeping capacity of up to 6 people, you’ll never feel cramped inside of this rig!

Some of the key features included with this motorhome not only include the kitchen and bathroom, but you’ll find this RV is perfectly laid out to allow for maximum comfort. This camper truly does make for the perfect home away from home when looking for a class C motorhome.

Seneca Prestige 37K

Seneca Prestige 37K
  • Price: $350,000
  • Length: 39 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13 ft
  • GVWR: 31,000 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people

We have now arrived at the Seneca Prestige 37K, which is the most expensive and most jam packed class C RV on our list today. Although this camper is almost 40 feet long, it only sleeps up to 6 people (however this camper has all of the extra room for storage and comfort you’d want).

With a full kitchen and bathroom (with a glass shower door), this RV will give everything you need to stay clean and cook all of your meals! This allows you to save on money you may spend on eating out while on your camping trips and eliminates the need for finding a public restroom.

Winnebago Outlook 31N

Winnebago Outlook 31N
  • Price: $100,000
  • Length: 31.82 ft
  • Exterior Height: 10.83 ft
  • GVWR: 14,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 8 people

The final class C RV on our list today is none other than the Winnebago Outlook 31N. This camper can sleep up to 8 people comfortably. It’s the perfect class C motorhome for larger families or people looking to travel with their entire crew comfortably.

This is one of the cheaper class C motorhomes on our list and, if you’re looking to save money on the open road, this one’s for you.

Best Class B RVs

Class B RVs, often called camper vans, are the smallest motorhomes you can buy. They often use a regular van chassis but come in many different sizes.

Because of their small size, they can easily fit in parking lot spaces for stealth camping. This, plus being easy to drive and maintain, is why many van lifers choose to live in these RVs!

A small class B RV is best for anyone who wants the best gas mileage and easy driving (and doesn’t mind having limited storage space and (in some rigs) no bathroom).

Related Post — 9 Best Camper Vans With Bathrooms

Winnebago Solis 59PX

Winnebago Solis 59PX
  • Price: $128,000
  • Length: 21 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.4 ft
  • GVWR: 9,350 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people

The Winnebago Solis might be one of the least expensive class B RVs on our list, but don’t let that fool you! This camper van is one of the most popular and highly rated class B RVs heading into 2022!

This camper van offers an optional pop-up feature to add more interior height, as well as a bathroom and sleeping room for up to 2 people! Within the Winnebago Solis, there’s also a kitchen with a two burner stove and stainless steel sink for all your cooking and cleaning needs. We wrote a guide that you can read here on the 2022 Winnebago Solis – it’s an incredible rig!

Coachmen Beyond 22RB

Coachmen Beyond 22RB
  • Price: $167,000
  • Length: 22 ft
  • Exterior Height: 10 ft
  • GVWR: 10,360 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2 people

The Coachmen Beyond 22RB is another reliable (and well designed) RV made by Coachmen. With a sleeping capacity of 2 people, this campervan has everything you need while traveling the country with your spouse or friend!

This van comes in at a total length of 22 feet –  which is the largest on our list today. This allows you and your traveling partner to maximize the available space for storage and comfort ability, which is what makes this such an ideal option among the class B RVs. It would be a great full time rig!

Winnebago Revel

Winnebago Revel
  • Price: $200,000
  • Length: 19.7 ft
  • Exterior Height: 10 ft
  • GVWR: 9,050
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2 people

The Winnebago Revel comes equipped with its own toilet, wet bath, and hot water system which makes van life so much easier (and more appealing). It also has plenty of storage compartments for all of your cooking gear.

This camper also comes with roof racks that serve as a place you can store large equipment such as bikes, kayaks, or even skis! Winnebago doesn’t make poor quality RVs, when shopping with them, you know you’ll get good service and some of the best models on the market!

Airstream Interstate Nineteen Touring Coach

Airstream Interstate Nineteen Touring Coach
  • Price: $190,000
  • Length: 19.5 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.7 ft
  • GVWR: 9,050 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2 people

The Airstream Interstate 19 is one of the more bang for your buck camper vans on our list. The sliding door design allows for easy access to the inside of the camper van. And they’re built on a Mercedes Benz Sprinter chassis, which means they are four wheel drive and diesel powered!

It comes with a shower that, surprisingly, doesn’t take up too much room in the van, which gives you extra storage space inside of the camper! The attachable awning also gives you the ability to set up a table and chairs outside of the vehicle so you could sit and enjoy your time outside.

Best Fifth Wheels

Now we’re moving from motorhomes to towable RVs.

Fifth wheels are the easiest to tow (thanks to their unique hitch design) and often have the most space of any type of camper.

However, due to their large size, you are also limited to where you can stay (similar to a class A). Plus, you need a beefy tow vehicle to be able to tow them.

Fifth wheel RVs are best for anyone who already has a good tow vehicle and wants to be able to leave their camper on-site while they explore town, but doesn’t mind being limited to where they can camp and are comfortable driving a big rig. With such a broad range of brands to choose from, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect rig! Don’t forget, you can always find help from manufacturers!

Related Post — The Best 3 Bedroom RVs (Pricing & Video Tours)

Grand Design Solitude 372 WB

Grand Design Solitude 372 WB
  • Price: $98,000
  • Length: 41.4 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13.5 ft
  • GVWR: 16,800 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 2,800 lbs

The Grand Design Solitude 372wb is the ideal option for a family of 4 looking for something large and spacious. This rig has a length of 41.4 ft which gives you plenty of open space and storage space for you and your kids needs!

This Grand Design RV has a decent size kitchen and bathroom within this fifth wheel camper to help ensure you have everything you need to stay clean and cook food. With the added bonus of an entertainment center for watching TV and movies with the family, you’ll never be bored on those rainy days outside.

KZ Durango Gold

KZ Durango Gold
  • Price: $117,000
  • Length: 41.92 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13.5 ft
  • GVWR: 16,200 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people
  • Hitch Weight: 2,780 lbs

If you’re looking for some luxury models, look no further than the KZ Durango Gold! With a sleeping capacity of up to 6 people, this motorhome will allow you to have extra room for larger families or friends on your camping trips.

You will also find a wonderful interior design complete with a bathroom, kitchen, and entertainment center (pretty much everything you could dream of having on camping trips).

Heartland Bighorn

Heartland Bighorn
  • Price: $99,000
  • Length: 36.17 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13.25 ft
  • GVWR: 15,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 2,120 lbs

The Heartland Bighorn is another great option within the fifth wheel market that is just under $100,000. With a total length of 36.17 feet this is the shortest fifth wheel on our list today, however it still has plenty of room to sleep up to 4 people comfortably.

The Bighorn models are pretty luxurious and you get plenty of storage (and living) space for you and the family. We recommend visiting a manufacturer to see these models in person!

Northwood Arctic Fox 35-5Z

Northwood Arctic Fox 35-5Z
  • Price: $80,000
  • Length: 38.92 ft
  • Exterior Height: 13.25 ft
  • GVWR: 15,800 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 2,673 lbs

Finally we have reached the Northwood Arctic Fox 35-5Z, which is one of the cheapest fifth wheels we have on our list today! However that does not make this rig any less desirable or dependable than the other RVs included on our list.

This camper is jam packed with everything you could ever dream of having while on camping trips. With a beautiful interior and spacious layout, this provides you with everything you’ll need.

Best Travel Trailers

Travel trailers are towed behind your vehicle rather than in the bed of your pickup truck. This means, a lot more vehicles can pull them!

A travel trailer is the towable equivalent of a class C motor home, because they come in almost any size. Regardless of your wants and needs, you’ll probably find a travel trailer that fits them (and there’s a wide variety of price points, so you can save money with these rigs). There are travel trailers with bunkhouses, giant travel trailers, and mini camping trailers!

Related Post — Top 10 Best Travel Trailer Brands in 2022

Forest River Salem Hemisphere 270FKS

Forest River Salem Hemisphere 270FKS

<<video overview>>

  • Price: $42,000
  • Length: 33.5 ft
  • Exterior Height: 11.17 ft
  • GVWR: 7,818 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 1,125 lbs

The Forest River Salem Hemisphere 270FKS is one of the premiere travel trailers on the market. Ideal for a family of 4, this trailer provides many storage options and living space for you and your family.

This rig has a total length of 33.5 feet (which is a rather medium size within the travel trailer market). You’ll still need a full sized truck when towing this trailer to ensure safety while traveling!

Keystone Outback 328RL

Keystone Outback 328RL

<<video overview>>

  • Price: $48,000
  • Length: 37.83 ft
  • Exterior Height: 11.33 ft
  • GVWR: 10,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people
  • Hitch Weight: 1,075 lbs

The Keystone Outback 328RL is the largest of the travel trailers that we have included on our list today. It has a sleeping capacity of up to 6 people making it perfect for larger families or friends to travel together on camping trips (and it’s known to be one of the most luxurious motorhomes in the travel trailer space).

With a total length of 37.83 feet and a 10,500 GVWR, it might be a bit much for a beginner. It’s still a manageable size trailer, but we would recommend having a heavy duty pickup truck for towing purposes.

Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS

Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS

<<video overview>>

  • Price: $41,000
  • Length: 22.58 ft
  • Exterior Height: 10.33 ft
  • GVWR: 5,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 410 lbs

The Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS is the smallest travel trailer on our list today. Don’t fret – it still has a sleeping capacity of 4 people!

Because of the smaller length of 22.58 ft and GVWR of 5,500 lbs, you’ll find that this trailer can be easily towed with a full sized pickup truck. This takes away some of the stress you can feel when pulling a very large trailer especially for your first time!

Grand Design Imagine XLS 22RBE

Grand Design Imagine XLS 22RBE

<<video overview>>

  • Price: $28,000
  • Length: 25.92 ft
  • Exterior Height: 10.42 ft
  • GVWR: 6,995 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 497 lbs

The Grand Design Imagine XLS 22RBE is not only a smaller travel trailer that is easy to tow, but it’s also the cheapest on our list. Although it has a cheaper price tag, this trailer is still extremely well designed and quite a reliable trailer!

It has a total length of 25.92 feet which still provides for enough storage and living space for 4 people comfortably. This makes it not only an easily towable trailer but the layout and interior is also perfect for a family of 4 looking to travel full time.

Best Toy Haulers

Toy haulers are towable RVs that can come as travel trailers or as a fifth wheel. What makes a camper a toy hauler is the rear garage available on the back of the rig, which can hold “toys” such as ATVs or motorcycles.

A toy hauler is best for anyone who wants to go camping but also wants to bring their toys, or for anyone who wants a garage attached to their camper to convert or use as work space!

Related Post — Where to Find The Best Deals on Toy Hauler Rentals

Heartland Torque 281

Heartland Torque 281
  • Price: $58,000
  • Length: 32.67 ft
  • Exterior Height: 12.83 ft
  • GVWR: 12,800 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 8 people
  • Hitch Weight: 1,380 lbs

The Heartland Torque 281 is the most expensive toy hauler on our list today. This trailer provides enough living and sleeping space for up to 8 people, which is ideal for larger families or friend groups looking to travel together!

The rear garage portion of the Heartland Torque will allow you to bring your quads, side by side, and other toys with you which is an ideal feature that the toy haulers provide!

Forest River No Boundaries 19.1

Forest River No Boundaries 19.1
  • Price: $28,000
  • Length: 24.92 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.67 ft
  • GVWR: 5,264 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 720 lbs

The Forest River No Boundaries 19.1 is the ideal toy hauler for people looking to save some money (but still get an amazing rig for their family). With enough sleeping and living space for up to 4 people, you will surely enjoy your times in rig alongside with your off-road toys!

Although this is one of the cheapest models on our list today, this trailer is still packed full of amazing interior features to help you enjoy your camping trips even more! If you’re looking to save some money and still get an amazing toy hauler, this is the one for you!

Jayco Octane Super Lite 222

​​

Jayco Octane Super Lite 222
  • Price: $35,000
  • Length: 26.25 ft
  • Exterior Height: 11.33 ft
  • GVWR: 8,000 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people
  • Hitch Weight: 795 lbs

Jayco is one of the most respected and dependable RV brands that you can find on the market today. The same thing is said for the Jayco Octane Super Lite 222!

This rig will provide you with enough living and sleeping space for up to 6 people. This is an ideal size for families and friends who would like to have the extra room on their travels, while also having enough room to bring your off-road toys with you!

Coachmen Catalina Trail Blazer

catalina30ths ext01
  • Price: $57,726
  • Length: 36′ 1″
  • Exterior Height: 11′ 10″
  • GVWR: 10,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people
  • Hitch Weight: 1,382 lbs

The final toy hauler on our list today is none other than the Coachmen Catalina Trail Blazer. It’s a heavier toy hauler, but the extra weight nets you plenty of storage and living space and lots of ammenities!

This trailer is not only easy to tow with a full sized truck, it’s also spacious on the inside. With living and sleeping space for up to 6 people, you will never feel too cramped when traveling!

Best Teardrop Trailers

Let’s get into mini campers! Teardrop trailers are the tiniest camper options available, which also means they’re lighter and easier to tow than any other rig.

Teardrop campers are best for anyone who wants to have a comfy spot to camp for a weekend without needing a beefy tow vehicle. Because they can be pulled by almost any car, they are great for small getaways. They don’t often come with many features, so living in one full time might not be ideal. 

21′ Little Guy Max

21 Foot Little Guy Max
  • Price: $38,000
  • Length: 21 ft
  • Exterior Height: 7 ft
  • GVWR: 3,320 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 3 people
  • Hitch Weight: 310 lbs

The Little Guy Max is the ultimate teardrop trailer! It has everything you need that would classify it as a tiny house on wheels.

With a large queen size sleeping area and compact bathroom, you will have all the comforts of home in such a small space.

Timberleaf Pika

Timberleaf Pika
  • Price: $21,500
  • Length: 14 ft
  • Exterior Height: 5.5 ft
  • GVWR: 1,500 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2 people
  • Hitch Weight: 150 lbs

The Timberleaf Pika is a highly recommended teardrop trailer. This teardrop sleeps two people and you can upgrade to an all-terrain package to take this rig anywhere you want!

The Timberleaf Pika has a large sleeping area, two windows, and a door on each side for easy access. Not to mention, there’s added surface areas on the headboard for you to put your essentials. It’s great for a quick RV trip or for full time living!

iCamp Elite

iCamp Elite
  • Price: $10,000
  • Length: 14 ft
  • Exterior Height: 8 ft
  • GVWR: 2,890 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2-3 people
  • Hitch Weight: 236 lbs

The iCamp Elite is not only extremely dependable, but also very well designed. This micro-camper has all the luxuries you’d find in a home despite being small. The highlight of this teardrop is that it’s one of the smallest campers out there with a bathroom!

The dinette transfers into a bed and, as a bonus, it even comes with an oven and fridge! All of these features are rare for a micro camper, which is why it is such a highly recommended rig!

Forest River R-Pod

Forest River R-Pod
  • Price: $28,000
  • Length: 19 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.58 ft
  • GVWR: 3,714 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 340 lbs

The Forest River R-Pod is a beautiful (and well designed) camper that you can’t pass up. Forest River is a very dependable RV brand, and we love everything this teardrop has to offer!

Inside of this rig you will find a queen bed and you also have the option to have bunks. When it comes to the layout and features included with this camper, the options are endless. There are so many floor plan choices that you are sure to find one to fit your needs!

Best Pop Up Campers

Like teardrop campers, pop up campers are lightweight and easy to tow. They condense down into a small trailer, then pop up when you get where you wanna go!

Again, they are not the best when looking to RV full time. However, they make great weekend getaway campers for people with small tow vehicles or who don’t require a ton of storage space.

Related Post — 7 Cheapest Pop Up Campers You Can Buy

Starcraft Comet

Starcraft Comet
  • Price: $16,000
  • Length: 20 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.33 ft
  • GVWR: 3,790 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 317 lbs

The StarCraft Comet is one of the ideal pop up campers currently on the market. This rig is not only price friendly, but very spacious for being a pop-up camper!

With a sleeping capacity and living space for up to 4 people, this rig will meet your expectations when traveling with your friends or family. It’s also very light and easy to tow, which is an added bonus!

SylvanSport GO

SylvanSport GO
  • Price: $10,000
  • Length: 11.8 feet
  • Exterior Height: 6.25 feet
  • GVWR: 1,650 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 60 lbs

The SylvanSport GO is truly a “do it all” kind of rig. With the ability to bring your bikes or kayak with you on the trailer, you’ll be able to have everything you could ever need! This is also an extremely budget friendly option coming in at only $10,000.

With a sleeping capacity of up to 4 people and the added storage abilities this is a top of the line pop up camper. It‘s also extremely easy to tow for any vehicle with a towing package (which is something many people desire).

Jay Sport Camping Trailer

Jay Sport Camping Trailer
  • Price: $17,000
  • Length: 23.25 ft
  • Exterior Height: 7.08 ft
  • GVWR: 3,375 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people
  • Hitch Weight: 285 lbs

If you are looking for a larger sized pop-up camper for under $20,000, the Jay sport camping trailer is for you. Coming in at just over 23 feet and roughly $17,000, this pop up is surely to impress you and all of your guests!

This camper has a sleeping capacity for up to 4 people and still provides storage space for storing all of your essentials. Like we see with many pop-up campers, the Jay sport is also very easy to tow with almost any vehicle as long as you have a towing package.

Forest River Rockwood High

Forest River Rockwood High
  • Price: $24,000
  • Length: 25.75 ft
  • Exterior Height: 7 ft
  • GVWR: 3,600 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6 people
  • Hitch Weight: 380 lbs

The Forest River Rockwood High is the largest and most expensive pop-up camper on our list today. The reason for its higher price tag is thanks to its amazing features and larger size and capacities.

You can sleep up to six people comfortably inside of this rig and even though it is larger in size, it’s still a very easy trailer to tow (which is an added bonus, especially for any first time buyers).

Best Truck Campers

Finally, we have truck campers! A truck camper is essentially a camper that sits directly in the bed of the truck. The main drawback is that, well, you need a truck!

These are excellent for anyone who already has a pickup truck and wants a camper, but doesn’t want to tow anything. They’re often used in overlanding.

In fact, I’m building out my Toyota Tacoma as an overlanding rig, and I can tell you – it’s a blast!

Host Mammoth 11.6

Host Mammoth 11.6
  • Price: $90,000
  • Length: 19.3 ft
  • Exterior Height: 9.41 ft
  • GVWR: 3,395 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people

The Host Mammoth 11.6 is the largest (and most expensive) truck RV on our list today. This camper truly lives up to the name mammoth because of its extremely large size and spacious interior.

This large rig has a price tag of around $90,000, but it lives up to every penny! You have enough room to sleep 4 adults comfortably and have added living space compared to smaller truck campers, which truly makes this one of the best on the market!

Hallmark Ute 8.5

Hallmark Ute 8.5
  • Price: $58,000
  • Length: 14 ft
  • Exterior Height: 7 ft
  • GVWR: 1,643 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 3-4 people

The Hallmark UTE 8.5 is the second most expensive truck camper on our list This camper provides a decked out interior design and features that will impress you more and more each time you use it.

With a sleeping capacity of 3 to 4 people, you’ll be able to travel and camp out of this truck camper with ease. If you plan on traveling with just your spouse, then you’ll find that this camper has more space than you both could ever ask for!

Lance 650

Lance 650
  • Price: $20,000
  • Length: 15.6ft
  • Exterior Height: 8 ft
  • GVWR: 2,061 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 3 people

The Lance 650 is another extremely well designed and laid out truck camper that you will find on the market today. The Lance brand is incredibly reliable and creates durable rigs – and the same goes for this truck camper!

You can sleep 3 people inside of the Lance 650, which is more than enough space (especially if you’re only traveling with one other person). This camper is also one of the cheapest in the market coming in at $20,000 and is a perfect fit for someone who wants good quality for a lower price!

KingStar Camino 88

KingStar Camino 88
  • Price: $15,000
  • Length: 12 ft
  • Exterior Height: 7 ft
  • GVWR: 2,175 lbs
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4 people

The final camper truck on our list today is the KingStar Camino 88. It’s also the cheapest on our list, but it still provides its owners with amazing quality!

You can sleep up to 4 people comfortably inside of this camper, making it great for families who don’t want to break their bank accounts to get a good rig!

Best RV Brands & Manufacturers

In case you’re curious, here are some of the best RV brands and RV manufacturers in the RV industry right now:

Winnebago Industries

Winnebago is a household name in the RV world. They’re known for their excellent quality and customer service. If you’re looking for a great RV brand, you can’t go wrong with Winnebago.

Airstream

Airstream is another one of the best RV brands in the world! Their iconic metal campers are instantly recognized, and many look to them for their extremely high build quality.

Forest River

Forest River makes some of the best travel trailers on the market. Their towable manufactured units are durable and always have layout in mind.

Grand Design

Grand Design is one of my personal favorite manufacturers, and is known for making the best RVs for full-time living. In fact, I owned and lived in a Grand Design Reflection for over a year, and loved every minute of it!

Jayco

Finally, Jayco is also known as one of the best RV brands. They make great small pop up campers. But if you’re looking for a motorhome, they don’t build any!

Final Thoughts

Hopefully you found the right RV for you on this list! If you’re still unsure whether you want a class B, a class C, or even a towable RV, I highly recommend renting an RV on Outdoorsy.

RV rentals let you test the RV lifestyle without spending tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars committing to a rig. Who knows – you might not even want to buy your own RV!

Read Next:

Table of Contents

Latest Article
Sponsor
Keep Reading

Related Article