I would suggest you rent any kind of RV for a holiday, and see how you like the lifestyle. If it is for you AND your husband, then you could look for an RV that would fit what your style of camping will be. This is a bit tough to define, and is different for everyone. Some like roughing it to the extreme with the only luxury being the trailer over their head, while on the other end of the spectrum some like to have as many conveniences as possible, from something simple like a bathroom, to the ability to blow dry and curl their hair every day.
The good thing about most moulded fibreglass trailers is that they hold their value well, and you can purchase one you think will work well, and give it a try. Should you find after a year or so, and after gaining even more experience, that there is a few other features you might like, or some features you purchased you do not need, then selling and buying another make/model would not cost a lot to do.
Not sure if you would want new, or used. There are lots of folks on here who would love to show you their trailers, and discuss the merits. Manufacturers, like Escape
, have a list of owners near you where you could view their units.
RV camping isn't for everyone, in fact it is only a small percentage of the population, but for those that do enjoy it, it makes for a wonderful lifestyle.
Originally Posted by Ian G.
....taking place on May 27,28,&29.
Oh man, this is the third rally
on this weekend within shot of home. I sure wish they were spread out a bit more.