Camping World’s Guide to Luxury RVs 967

RV camping is already a significant upgrade from tent camping and sleeping on the ground. But once you experience the comfort and ease of a traditional RV, it’s only natural to consider RVs with even more luxurious amenities. 

All RVs can be your home away from home, but few can turn heads like the best luxury RVs. Luxury RVs offer the chance to explore in style, with posh living spaces and unique amenities you won’t find on other campers.

If you’re looking for an RV that redefines glamping, luxury motorhomes and towables can’t be ignored. So let’s explore whether they’re the right option for you. 

What is a Luxury RV?

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Luxury RVs aren’t necessarily defined by RV types. For example, there are luxury fifth wheels, travel trailers, toy haulers, and all types of motorized RVs. Some of their common traits include: 

  • Spacious floorplans, usually with multiple slide-outs
  • Top-of-the-line, plush RV furniture
  • Premium construction materials and components
  • Residential appliances
  • Unique amenities (rooftop lounges, fish tanks, underbelly vehicle storage, etc.)

In addition, many RVs that are built to go off-road fall into the luxury category. This is because they must feature higher-grade construction than traditional RVs, as well as include amenities like solar panels, upgraded suspension and shock absorption, and higher ground clearance. 

Why Choose a Luxury RV?

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For years, the idea of retiring and traveling the United States has held massive appeal. If you’re ready to sell your home and move into an RV full-time, luxury RVs offer the ability to travel in style without sacrificing the comforts of home. 

But even if you’re not a full-timer, luxury RVs provide the most glamorous way to explore the country with your home on your back. They are also ideal for seasonal RV living and snowbird RVers that like to change locations every few months in search of their own Endless Summer

How Much Do Luxury RVs Cost?

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On average, a luxurious RV can cost anywhere from $40,000 up to $2,000,000. That said, you’ll find truly indulgent models that surpass the high end of that threshold. In many cases, considering a luxury RV purchase is similar to buying a permanent residence. 

Explore more about RV financing and the benefits of exclusive brand RVs.

Where Can Luxury RVs Camp?

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The short answer is almost anywhere! Because they’re equipped with more luxury amenities than standard recreational vehicles, luxury RVs are suited for everything from national parks to off-grid boondocking to luxury RV resorts across the US

Luxury RVs also come in many lengths. They aren’t all 40-foot behemoths that you’ll have a hard time fitting into narrow campsites. You’re really only limited by your imagination and travel goals. 

Explore RV parks and campgrounds for your next RV trip. 

Luxury RVs For Sale at Camping World

For those of you in the market for a new RV, consider these popular models from some of the RV industry’s finest luxury RV manufacturers: 

Luxury Fifth Wheel RV: Forest River Riverstone 39RBFL

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 41’5”
  • Exterior Height: 13’4”
  • Interior Height (Living Room): 6’6.25”
  • Interior Height (Kitchen): 8’7”
  • Interior Height (Bedroom): 7’4”
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR): 19,085 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4

Focusing on interior living space, it’s hard to beat this RV floorplan. It boasts a total of five slide-outs: one in the master suite, two in the kitchen and dining area, and two more in the lounge/entertainment space. 

In the master suite, you’ll love the freedom of his-and-hers sinks in the bathroom, as well as the large shower and king-sized bed. The Riverstone also features a second half bath for guests, which includes a washer and dryer as a standard feature. 

Unlike many regular RVs, the lack of counterspace in the kitchen isn’t an issue with the Riverstone. It features a center island with two additional counters on either end. Plus, there’s plenty of room for perishable goods in the 18 cubic-foot French Door refrigerator with a built-in ice maker. 

When it’s time to relax, this fifth wheel’s front living room offers three separate seating options, an electric fireplace, and a 55” LED Smart TV. The standard E-Z Glide sofa beds on the sides of the living room convert to comfortable beds when you need extra sleeping space for guests or family.

Learn more about the Riverstone.

Luxury Travel Trailer: Airstream Flying Cloud 25FB Queen

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 25’11”
  • Exterior Height: 9’9”
  • Interior Height: 6’7.5”
  • GVWR: 7,300 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6

Airstream’s unique look has been synonymous with luxury for decades, but the company’s designs are also among the most durable RVs in the industry. The Flying Cloud offers a luxurious interior while the trailer’s lower GVWR makes it towable with a wider selection of trucks.

In spite of its lightweight, compact design in relation to other luxury campers, this travel trailer offers plenty of sleeping space. At the front, you’ll have the option of a single queen-sized bed or two twins, but all come with quality memory foam mattresses. At the rear, the dinette seats four and converts to a bed alongside an L-shaped lounger. 

Learn more about the Flying Cloud.

Luxury Boondocking RV: Outdoors RV Black Stone 280KVS

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 34’11”
  • Exterior Height: 11’6”
  • Interior Height: 6’11”
  • GVWR: 8,400 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4

Exceptionally well-built, the Black Stone from Outdoors RV is one of the best four-season campers around. With heated and enclosed holding tanks, a living room fireplace, and added insulation, this RV is built for year-round luxury. 

It’s also an exceptional option for off-grid boondocking, as it’s built with Mor Ryde CRE3000 suspension, KYB off-road shocks, and a heavy-duty shackle kit. Learn more about the importance of RV suspension here. 

But when it comes to your comfort inside, you’ll love how much space you’ll have with a total of three slideouts in this floorplan. The Black Stone also boasts a ducted air system, a 15,000-BTU AC unit, a 10-watt solar system with battery disconnect, and much more. 

Learn more about the Black Stone.

Luxury Toy Hauler: Keystone Fusion 424

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 44’
  • Exterior Height: 13’5”
  • Interior Height: 6’3”
  • GVWR: 16,183 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 8

With two patios, four TVs, two bathrooms, a standard generator, standard solar panels, and a ton of other luxury amenities, the Fusion is as feature-rich a unit as you’ll find. With a 13-foot rear garage, it has loads of storage space for all your toys and camping gear. 

That garage boasts a robust tie-down system with 38 separate points of contact welded directly to the RV’s frame. But when you unload your ATVs or dirt bikes, the space converts to a lounge area with two opposing sofas and a drop-down queen-sized bed. 

Speaking of lounging, the Fusion will be the envy of your fellow campers once you set up its side patio. Like having a deck right off your RV’s kitchen, the patio even boasts its own electric awning and steps for easy exit and entry. 

Learn more about the Keystone Fusion.

Luxury Diesel Class A RV: Thor Aria 3901

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 39’11”
  • Exterior Height: 12’6”
  • Interior Height: 7’
  • GVWR: 35,320 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 6

If you’re looking for a motorized RV with the horsepower and torque you need to tow a second vehicle on long road trips, the Thor Aria boasts a hitch weight capacity of 10,000 pounds. But buying a gas RV versus a diesel pusher requires some research

Once you’ve settled on a diesel motor coach as the best option for you, the Aria is unrivaled in its opulence. It boasts a massive storage capacity for your RV supplies, camping equipment, and recreation gear

Its most luxurious interior features include a dual-sink vanity and a Tilt-a-View inclining king bed in the master suite, an electric fireplace and reclining theater seating in the living room, and an outdoor entertainment center with a 40” LED TV and JBL sound system with Bluetooth connectivity.

Learn more about the Aria.

Luxury Super C RV: Thor Omni XG32

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 33’8”
  • Exterior Height: 12’6”
  • Interior Height: 7’
  • GVWR: 19,500 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 4

Thor’s Omni Super C RV offers plenty of indulgent features while boasting easier maneuverability than the Aria. When you reach camp, the full kitchen slide-out opens up the interior space and allows freedom to move about the cabin with ease. 

The Omni’s turbo diesel V8 gives it a 10,000-pound hitch weight capacity for towing and offers plenty of horsepower to get over steep mountain passes. In the cockpit, this RV accommodates the driver with adjustable accelerator and brake pedals, a customizable captain’s chair, heated exterior mirrors, and much more. 

Its best interior features include ample headroom for taller RVers, a tankless water heater, a hot water recycling system, a whole RV water filtration system, a wireless phone charger, and a Winegard Connect Wi-Fi Extender.

Learn more about the Omni.

Luxury Class B RV: Winnebago Revel 44E

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RV Specifications

  • Exterior Length: 19’7”
  • Exterior Height: 10’
  • Interior Height: 6’3”
  • GVWR: 9,050 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: 2

The Winnebago Revel 44E is widely considered the industry standard for Sprinter vans. If you’re trying to go anywhere, this is the compact luxury class B RV you want. It’s truly an excellent blend of camping splendor and the freedom to explore locations that other luxury RVs simply can’t access. 

The Revel is built on the reliable Mercedez-BenzⓇ Sprinter chassis and it’s a very capable 4×4 luxury RV on this list. All RVs need roads, but this one revels in its ability to navigate roads less traveled. Once you find your next campsite, you can stay longer with this RV’s 320 amp-hour lithium-ion battery, which you can monitor directly from your phone. 

It also boasts numerous creature comforts, such as a full wet bath that converts into a full-height closet, door screens for indoor-outdoor living, and a drop-down bed that provides extra room for gear storage between destinations. 

Learn more about the Revel.

Luxury RV Resources

There’s a lot to consider when buying a luxury RV, or any type of RV for that matter. So here are some additional resources that will help your RV buying process: 

Luxury RVs for Rent

If you’re not quite ready to buy your own, renting an RV is a great way to explore what you like, and don’t like about luxury RVs. You can sample several makes and models to see what suits your lifestyle and typical RV trips. 

Explore luxury RV rentals today and enjoy a luxury rental experience in no time.   


Exploring a luxurious RV in person is the best way to see if the floorplan fits your RV lifestyle. If you’re ready to tour some of the best luxury RVs on the market, find a Camping World dealership near you today

What features and amenities do you look for in a luxury RV? Let us know in the comments below!

Tucker Ballister is a Technical Content Writer for Camping World and a lover of the open road. You can check out more of his adventures and outdoor advice at thebackpackguide.com.
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