Recreational Trailers

If you love travel or outdoors adventures, owning an RV or a travel trailer could take your vacations to the next level. Recreational vehicles come in many shapes and sizes, and you can find the best towable RVs and travel trailers on TrailersUSA. If you’re looking for a camper van or coach motorhome, check out our sister site RVUSA.


If the flexibility of having both your car and your home-on-wheels with you as you explore sounds like your speed, travel trailers and fifth wheels are a great place to start. Travel trailers are typically towed using a bumper pull behind your vehicle, while fifth wheels attach to a hitch in the bed of a pickup truck. Pop up campers are great for those who enjoy tent camping but want a little more convenience and expandable trailers merge the perks of pop ups and travel trailers. Destination trailers and park models are options to consider for those looking for more long-term accommodations that are still mobile.

You can also find RVs that cater to the outdoors adventures of your cho ice. Those who love trail-riding and biking can bring their toys along in a toy hauler, while the avid ice fishermen can fish in comfort with a fish house.

No matter what your preferences are when it comes to traveling or exploring the Great Outdoors, we’ve got an RV to meet your needs. We carry industry-leading brands like Forest River, Keystone and CrossRoads so you can hit the open roads. Check out the categories below to get started.

While other RVs are designed to be on-the-go, destination trailers are made for extended stays in a single place. They tend to be larger and have more full-size amenities so they feel just like home.
Expandable trailers are the best of both worlds between a pop up and a traditional travel trailer. They’re hard-sided with tent expansions for extra space without extra weight.
Fifth wheel trailers are towed from a special hitch in the bed of a pickup truck. The interior hangs over the bed and they tend to be larger and heavier than most travel trailers.
A fish house is meant to be towed onto frozen bodies of water and used as a shelter for ice fishing. They always have holes in the flooring so you can access the ice, and some more advanced models even have sleeping and living quarters as well.
A park model is similar to a tiny home but is considered an RV as it is built on a chassis with wheels. They are under 400 square feet and are designed for seasonal or longer-term residence.
A pop up is a collapsible RV that combines the perks of tent camping and RV camping. They are a lightweight and affordable option for those who enjoy camping but want a little more convenience.
Toy haulers come with a built-in garage so you can take your motorcycles, ATVs and other powersports equipment with you on your travels. They come in both fifth wheel and travel trailer varieties.
Travel trailers are one of the most common types of recreational vehicles. They come in a wide variety of sizes, amenities and sleeping capacities and are meant to be towed using a bumper pull.