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RV’ing 101
 
Types of RV’s  |  YouTube Videos

Before you watch the Choosing the right RV video, we recommend that you either print out this sheet or read it so that you become familiar with the names and types of RV’s that are referenced in the video.

To purchase a new or used RV, please click on the Ontario RV Dealers Association website.

For a list of used Trailers for Sale in our Campgrounds click here.

TYPES OF RV’S
 
Travel Trailer
Sometimes referred to as a conventional travel trailer, a unit designed to be towed by a car, van or pickup by means of a bumper or frame hitch.
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Fifth-Wheel Trailer
A two-level unit designed to be affixed and towed by a pickup truck equipped with a special hitch in the truck bed.
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Folding Camping Trailer
A lightweight unit with sides that collapse. This unit is also referred to as a Fold Down Travel Trailer, Pop-up Trailer or Tent Trailer.
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Sport Utility RV
This unit is known in the industry as a "Specialty Trailer". It is a conventional or fifth wheel travel trailer with temporary living quarters in the forward section and compartment in rear for either horse(s) or vehicle storage.
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Expandable Travel Trailers
Known in the industry as a "Hybrid Travel Trailer", this is a conventional travel trailer with folding bunk ends.
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Park Trailer / Park Models
Park Model Trailers are designed for seasonal use, and generally are not moved once they have been put on a site.
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YouTube Videos


Choosing the right RV

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How to build a campfire

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Hooking up your RV

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How to set up a pop up

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Driving a RV

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Packing a RV

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Picking the perfect campground

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The cottage alternative

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Maintenance and storage

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How to level

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