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If you are new to RVing or been an avid RVer for years, we have the answers to the questions you have about RVs. Not finding an answer to your question? Contact us.

Pop-Up Campers / Fold-Downs
Pop-Up Camping Trailers appeal to consumers looking for a lighter weight RV that can be towed behind many typical family vehicles, including some small cars. The compact size allows for easy towability as well as quick and simple setup.
Sleeps: 2-8
Price Range: $10,000-$30,000

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Expandable/Hybrid Travel Trailer
Expandable Travel Trailers are similar to regular travel trailers but they have canvas extensions on one or both ends of the trailer. The canvas extensions make the RV lighter to tow and the added benefit of a spacious interior that is not being used for rooms. 
Sleeps Up To:
Price Range:

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Destination Trailer
Destination Trailers are designed to look more like a home and parked at a campground, RV park or other destination for a season. They are usually 35-45 feet and are self contained and include many residential style features. 
Sleeps: 2-16
Price Range: $30,000-$75,000

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Travel Trailer
Travel Trailer
Travel Trailers vary in size 18'-40' and are generally towed with trucks and suvs. Many floorplan styles are available. Slide-out rooms, residential appliances and more add to livability.
Sleeps: 2-10
Price Range: $15,000-$60,000

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Fifth Wheels
Fifth Wheels
Fifth Wheels are spacious and popular with full-time recreational vehicle enthusiast, who often live in them for several months in one place. Fifth Wheels are towed with a pickup truck. 
Sleeps: 2-10
Price Range: $30,000-$150,000

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Toy Haulers
Toy Haulers
A Toy Hauler is a combination of part living area and part garage allowing you to take your "toys" camping. A folding rear ramp gives you easy access to the "garage". Generator and a gas station are popular options.
Sleeps: 2-10
Price Range: $15,000-$150,000

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Class C RVs
Class C Motorhome
A Class C RV is a drivable motorhome built with a cab or chassis. They offer better gas mileage than a Class A. They are shorter in length as well making them more maneuverable for getting in and out of tight places. 
Sleeps: 2-8
Price Range: $75,000-$120,000

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Class A Motorhome
Class A Motorhome
Class A Motorhomes are the most spacious and typically have luxurious amenities. A Class A RV is a drivable motorhome built on a chassis. 
Sleeps: 210
Price Range: $100,000+

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Question: How Do I Hook Up My Travel Trailer?
Answer: Watch this video about Travel Trailer Weight Distribution Hook Up

Question: How Do I Winterize My RV?
Answer: Always check your Owners Manual For Specific Winterizing Guidelines
1. Purchase 4-6 gallons of RV approved, non-toxic antifreeze.
2. Drain all tanks (fresh water and sewage tanks).
3. Turn water heater bypass valve to bypass position.
4. Drain water heater.
5. If you have a water filter system installed, remove the filter from the assembly and discard. (You will need to purchase a new one and install it when de-winterizing your unit.)
6. Fill the tank above minimum water pump operation level with the RV antifreeze. (Use of a long funnel may be helpful.)
7. Turn the pump switch 'ON' and open the cold water side of all faucet fixtures. Leave the faucets open until the antifreeze (generally pink in color) flows out of the faucets. Repeat for the hot water side.
8. Flush toilet until antifreeze is visible inside the bowl and pour one gallon of antifreeze down the toilet to winterize the black holding tank.
9. Pour antifreeze down each shower/tub, lavatory
sink and kitchen sink to fill p-traps.

Question: How often should I service my RV Generator?
Answer: It is recommended to service your generator every 500 hours or every 12 months. Fun Town RV has an amazing service department to take care of all of your service needs.

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Question: What RV Can My Car/Truck Tow?
Answer: Fun Town RV has a tool you can use to show you the RVs you can tow with your car/truck. Simply CLICK HERE and fill out your information. Our tool will then show you only the units you can tow. Understanding your vehicle's tow rating capacity is important when choosing the right RV for you. Our tool allows extra weight to be accounted for cargo weight. This page also gives you definitions of common terms such as: Dry Weight, Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), Cargo Weight, Pin Weight, Payload Capacity and more.

Question: Do I have to have a special license to tow or drive an RV?
Answer: For most RVs and states, a standard drivers licenses is all you need.  If your RV is above the maximum length or above 26,000 lbs, you may need a non-commercial class B license.

Question: Where can I get my RV serviced when I'm on the road?
Answer: Fun Town RV has an amazing service department to take care of all of your service needs.

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Question: Where is the Fun Town RV Storage Facility?
Answer: Our storage facility is located at the Fun Town RV Customer Care Mega Center.

2409 Shale Circle
Cleburne, Texas
Phone Number: 817-760-2124

Question: What are the sizes of the storage spaces?
Answer: All of our storage spaces on site are 14x50

Question: Are the storage spaces covered or uncovered?
Answer: All of our spaces are currently uncovered.

Question: How much is the monthly rate?
Answer: Our current rate is $49.95/mo, tax not included.

Question: What are the gate access hours?
Answer: Our gate access hours are from 9am-9pm. After hour access is also available.

Question: Do I have to have insurance on my RV?
Answer: Yes, the tenant will need to provide their own insurance. Proof of insurance will be required at the date of signing the contract.

Question: Do you have to be a Fun Town RV customer to use the storage?
Answer: No, we allow anyone to store with us.

Question: Do you sell hitch locks?
Answer: Yes, we have a Camptown Outfitters retail store on site that sells hitch locks.