RV Types

What’s it like to sleep in a rooftop tent?

Although the Pacific Northwest isn’t short of spectacular mountain scenery, Washington’s State Route 12 still feels like a bit of a secret.  The primary turnoff is just shy of halfway between Portland and Seattle on Interstate 5. It links the western half of the state with the central city of Yakima via White Pass, hugging…

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The big Outdoorsy guide to RV classes

When you’re first looking at RV Classes to rent, you start hearing words like Class A and Class B. What do these classes of RVs mean? We created this guide for RV classifications for that exact reason. This guide will help you understand the three different classifications of motorhomes. When assigning a class, size dictates…

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The Top 8 Small RV For Couples Options

If you and your partner are looking for the best small RV for couples, there are plenty of options to consider. However, finding the right fit isn’t always smooth sailing, as your better half may prefer a camper with different capabilities and amenities. Thankfully, RV manufacturers are increasingly understanding the needs of traveling pairs and…

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Lance 650 Truck Camper: A Complete Review

The idea of truck camping has always fascinated me. One Outdoorsy owner shared with me his memories of his grandfather placing a cap on his truck with two cots separated by a cooler before heading to the hilly country of Colorado – so cool! Luckily for him, he was given an opportunity to re-ignite his…

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You’ve Got Options: Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet

The smallest RVs, whether driveable or towable, come with plenty of benefits. From offering great maneuverability, excellent fuel efficiency, a friendly price point, and lower maintenance costs. Not to mention they expand your campground, parking, and storage options. However, these miniature rigs aren’t known for having a proper shower and toilet on board. But that…

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How to Buy a Four-Season RV

RV lovers, rejoice! You don’t have to take your rig to the sunbelt to camp comfortably during the winter anymore. Did you know that most stock RVs need to be winterized to operate once the temperatures dip below freezing? It’s true. And while some RV manufacturers boast that their products come ready for winter camping,…

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Best Options for a 3 Bedroom Motorhome

A 3 bedroom motorhome is a fantastic way for families to enjoy RV camping. These super RVs not only offer plenty of sleeping space, but also tremendous room to stretch out and a long list of luxury appointments. Most of them are also outfitted with essential amenities that you won’t find in smaller motorhomes.   If…

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How To Plan An Epic Wyoming RV Trip

This post was originally featured on the Travel Wyoming site. Wyoming — aka The Cowboy State — is the last true bastion of the West. It’s a place where bold, curious, and independent travelers flock to forge their own adventures.  It’s also a place that we at Outdoorsy think is best explored in an RV. That’s because…

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Best Options for a 3 Bedroom Camper

3 bedroom camper vehicles are quite rare, but there are a few great options on the market. When scouting for one, you need to set your eyes on the biggest campers available. Realistically, the only RV types where you can find floor plans with multiple bedrooms include fifth wheels, Class As, and large travel trailers….

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