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RE: Class C - with ability to tow

Why limit yourself to a Class C? X-2, Class A will likely have a lot more room. What is X-2 ?
upmm019 11/14/21 10:17pm Class C Motorhomes
Class C - with ability to tow

Exploring doing a year-long RV adventure and was hoping to get some advice on a Class C. It would be myself/wife/two medium sized dogs and our Jeep Grand Cherokee. So I need something that will not break the bank but will give us room and ability to tow. I have no RV experience - once had a travel trailer but that was the extent. I have never driven a large RV. Looking to explore the southwest during winter and northern parts off-winter. I still work (telecommunte) so most likely staying at places weeks at a time. So also curious to know if there is a website/forum, etc that points out some of the great places to stay with good wifi/amenities etc Thx -
upmm019 11/14/21 08:16am Class C Motorhomes
Trip to Colorado from Minnesota

Never been to Colorado and considering making a trip in few weeks. Looking to rent a drivable RV (off RV Share) and do not want to get in over my head as I have never driven anything larger than a standard pickup truck. I have two dogs (40lbs ea) so will need something with a bit more space and I do not want to travel too far or deep into Colorado but close enough to get a feel for it. Certainly no mountain/pass driving. Perhaps that will limit me forsure. Looking for suggestions of places to stay or visit that this time of year would be good, have room and maybe dog friendly (i.e. dog parks, etc). Thx.
upmm019 10/09/21 07:16am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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