What is the right RV length? There are as many ways to answer that question as there are people and types of RVs! What is “right” for a single person in their 20s isn’t the same as what’s “right” for a couple who is planning to retire and travel the country, nor is it the same as what’s “right” for a family of six with school-age children.

When choosing an RV there are many things to think about, and RV length is one thing you don’t want to overlook. Let’s look at different RV lengths, what you may want to consider when purchasing an RV, and how your RV length can affect your camping destination decisions.

There’s a slight chill in the night air as the last days of summer make way for fall. Did you know that as the kids head back to school it’s a great time for you to head out in search of a new RV? Whether you are new to camping or a seasoned camping veteran, it’s a terrific time to look for that new RV and you need look no further than the Wildwood FSX Platinum Edition RVs. These models range in length, weight and sleeping capacity – as well as toy hauling options – offering enough choices to fit the needs of every camper!

Wildwood FSX travel trailers are perfect for weekend warriors who want something small and lightweight to make quick getaways for a couple of days throughout the camping season. The rugged wheels on the Wildwood FSX platinum edition travel trailers RV for boondockers who may be camping off the beaten path in more remote areas. There are plenty of floor plans that will appeal to retirees looking to settle somewhere warm or even travel the country in comfort. There’s even a Wildwood FSX platinum model suitable for the snowbirds who want to spend the colder months of the year seeking warmth and adventure in the south.

When people hear of lightweight RVs, they generally think of travel trailers. However the 2020 Sabre RV SS150 is part of the lightweight segment of 5th wheels designed to make it possible for the words “extremely lightweight” and “5th wheel” to be used together in the same sentence.

The average weight of 5th wheels can range from 10,000-20,000 pounds depending on length and amenities. The Sabre’s 270RL model is 30’4” and has a dry weight of 7,748 lbs. while the 301BH bunkhouse model has a dry weight of 8,063 and is 33’6” long.