International RV World carries an extensive variety of brands on its 10-acre site. They carry campers for people just getting into the sport all the way up to roomy 42ft FithWheels with enough comforts for a couple to retire and travel around the country.
Most people start with a pop-up camper or small trailer. This allows them to try RV camping without having to invest a lot of money or buy a vehicle with enough engine power to tow something larger.
Prices range from $5,000 to more than $100,000. Styles and amenities can be tailored to individual needs. Everybody has a different idea of what constitutes camping. For some, knowing they only have 12 gallons of hot water and a small dishwasher is roughing it. Others don’t want to sleep in a tent, but scoff at luxuries like indoor plumbing and big-screen TVs.
International RV World carries new, used and consignment vehicles. They accept trade-ins.
A current trend is the retro style trailers, small A-Frame campers and the Rpods.