Ah, Class A. The good life. If you’re struggling to narrow down your packing list, this RV class type will maximize your storage, inside and out.

Class As are a really good option if you plan to stay in one area for a few days. You’ll be able to stretch out a bit and avoid feeling like the walls are closing in around you. But if you envision yourself moving frequently, you may find the large size decreases your maneuverability.

When it comes to choosing the right RV type for you, budget should not be your only consideration. Spend some time thinking about how you want to use your RV. Do you want to have full hookups or dry camp? Do you want to move every day, or stay in one place for a week? Our team of experts is always happy to discuss the options with you, to ensure you’re satisfied with your RV rental.

What to Leave at Home

Don’t let packing concerns detract from the wonderful adventure you are about to embark on. As you prepare, remember why you’re doing this. It isn’t to have all the material comforts of home, but to get away from home–into nature and new experiences.

At the end of the day, we hope you’ll use this as an opportunity to spend time with your family and make memories, even if there are a few humorous moments learning how to make do without XYZ. With a sense of humor, you don’t need much.

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Travel writer Brittany Highland is adventuring through her sixth year of full-time travel. After exploring the continental United States for the first five years in a Class A diesel RV, she and her husband downsized to their Jeep Wrangler. With their two-year-old, nicknamed #LittleNomad, they overlanded through the interior of Mexico in early 2019. The couple now bounces between their Jeep and a Winnebago View, moving the convoy every few days while working full-time. You can follow Brittany on RVWanderlust.comJeepsies.com, and all the related social platforms. Within the next few years, she plans to begin overlanding around the world.