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What are fifth-wheel RVs?

Fifth wheel parked in a campground
Fifth wheels are a popular RV type known for their distinctive design, raised forward section above the truck bed, and spacious and comfortable living areas. This type of RV is the largest towable, ranging from 22 to 45 feet long and weighing 7,000 to 20,000 pounds. Fifth wheels are best suited for extended trips, family vacations, or full-time living, as they offer plenty of space for several occupants and numerous amenities. To tow a fifth wheel, you will need a heavy-duty truck equipped with a specialized hitch mounted in the truck's bed. You will also need experience handling larger trailers, especially when navigating tight turns and backing up.
Family parked in front of a fifth wheel
Renting a fifth wheel varies in cost, ranging from $125 to $300 per night, depending on the RV's size, amenities, and age. Many guests prefer to have their RV rental delivered directly to their destination, avoiding the need to tow the trailer themselves. This service is particularly useful for those inexperienced in towing or who do not have a suitable tow vehicle. Your RVezy host will walk you through the basic operations of your rental, including managing the black (waste) and gray (used water) tanks, extending and retracting the slides, and operating the generator if needed.