If you're in the market for a new RV and are looking for options that differ from traditional Class A motorhomes, have you considered a van conversion? Camper vans, or Class B RVs, can offer the best of both worlds if you're looking for exciting road trips without driving a large RV.
A van conversion RV is essentially an ordinary-size van, sometimes a bit taller than regular vans. But inside, rather than rows of seats, they offer the amenities of a camper. You'll find a small living space, along with kitchen, dining, and bathroom features. Because space is limited, you will not find the storage capacity or expansive living areas that you would in a larger motorhome, but everything you need is there.
One big draw of van conversion RVs is their versatility. Your travels aren't limited by a bulky vehicle, and you can follow the open road to your heart's content. You're also freed up to keep all of your belongings and valuables with you on side trips and adventures. There is no need to head back to a campground for forgotten items because they're already there with you.
You also get more for the price with a van conversion. Not only are you purchasing a vacation RV, but you also get a passenger vehicle that you can use as your primary vehicle. This is a great deal if your daily driving needs already put you in need of a larger vehicle ¿ you now have your recreational vehicle and your regular automobile all in one.