It's not as simple as the Ford/Chevy question. How much space do you need? How important is gas mileage? Where will you store your RV?
The best RV, of course, is the best RV for you.
I know a fisherman who loves his small pickup camper, which he describes as a "tent on wheels".
Others may be happy with nothing less than "a condominium on wheels", a "big bus" that may cost a million dollars or more.
Price considerations aside, other factors separate these two extremes. The somewhat cramped pickup camper may follow trails to find the best fishing spot, while the comfortable big bus remains at the parking lot.
The standing joke is that everyone wants an RV that is a condominium on the inside and a pickup on the outside.
Other considerations included the type of RV, how much you will use it, and how you will store it between trips.
If you want to stay in one place for weeks or months, moving only with the seasons, perhaps, a "towable" may be best for you.
On the other hand, if you expect to move often, you'll probably be happier with a "motorized RV" that is faster and easier to set up and get ready to go.
The goRVing articles on the left sidebar explain these terms and describe different options and estimated prices.
There are also many photos and much more information on the goRVing website, go here:
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