What Class A, B or C RV would you recommend for dispersed camping in National Forests, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) etc.
michaeltrumbull posted a topic in Buying an RVWe would like to purchase an RV that is as short as possible but no more than 30 feet and has the following requirements: 1. Cannot be a truck camper, travel trailer or 5th wheel as my wife wants to have access to the kitchen, refrigerator, and bathroom while I’m driving. If the RV has slides, all of above items have to be fully accessible when the slides are retracted. 2. A walk around queen bed of at least 76 inches long that does not fold or slide on top of itself and is not enclosed by a slide or walls. We want to easily make the bed and have room to walk around it easily. We want a permanently made up bed that can be slept in and or take naps in without deploying the slide at rest areas. 3. Fully enclosed and heated water, black and grey tanks with the black and grey drain inside an exterior storage cabinet. 4. Sufficient ground clearance to drive on National Forest and BLM roads, navigate some pot holes, washboard, dips, etc. and be able to drive over the “culvert” to dispersed camping sites. What RVs are manufactured to better withstand this kind of use? 5. Four season use. We live in Colorado and do a fair amount of winter camping in the mountains. 6. The RV does not need to have a slide. 7. A reasonable amount of kitchen counter space for food preparation. Thanks for your suggestions. Michael Trumbull & Joyce Michael