Class A Motorhome: A travel vehicle weighing in at 15,000 to 30,000 pounds and anywhere from 24 to 40 feet in length with its own motor. Inside you will find a driver and passenger seat up front, kitchen area, bathroom, one private main bedroom, and designated sleeping and dining areas, all connected to the driving area. They can sleep around up to 7 people, and living systems are self-contained including water, electricity, heating, gas, and air conditioning. This allows for camping without hookups but there are many sites where you can hook up to water, sewer and electricity.
Class B Motorhome: A flexible option and good route if you are traveling with two people. This class is smaller, more fuel efficient, and easy to drive/maneuver. Usually less than 25’ long and the same width as a pickup truck. Most motorhomes this size fit two but some sleep up to four. Nearly every RV site has space to accommodate a class B motorhome.