List of recreational vehicle manufacturers

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This is a non-exhaustive list of recreational vehicle manufacturers. There are over six hundred manufacturers of RV, camper, trailer, and parts in the United States alone.[1]

Manufacturer
Country
Location
Class A Class B Class C Truck camper Caravan Static Caravan Fifth-wheel Pop-up & Hybrid trailer Other Notes
Website
Adria Mobil
Slovenia Slovenia
Novo Mesto
X
X
X
X
[1]
Airstream
United States United States
Jackson Center, Ohio
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Provide trailers to the US Government
[2]
Andrade
Portugal Portugal
Souto
X
X
X
X
Monoblock integrals
[3]
AutoCruise
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Cottingham, East Yorkshire
X
Subsidiary of Swift Leisure
[4]
Auto-Sleepers
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Worcestershire
X
X
X
[5]
Bürstner
Germany Germany
Kehl, Baden-Württemberg
X
X
X
Found 1958, by 1985 became Europe’s largest manufacturer, producing 17,000 units
[6]
Caravans International
United Kingdom United Kingdom
X
DEFUNCT Formed by Sam Alper. After becoming defunct, assets sold to Cosalt
Carlight
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Sleaford, Lincolnshire
X
Custom, bespoke
[7]
Chausson
France France
Tournon-sur-Rhône
X
[8]
Cosalt
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Hull
X
X
NO LONGER MANUFACTURING Bought most of the assets/brands of collapsed Caravans International. Sold touring caravan assets to Swift Leisure, later spinning-out static caravan assets via MBO
[9]
Crossroads RV
United States United States
Topeka, Indiana
X
X
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries.
[10]
Dethleffs
Germany Germany
Isny im Allgäu, Baden-Württemberg
X
X
X
X
[11]
Dormobile
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Folkestone, Kent
X
DEFUNCT
EarthRoamer
United States United States
Dacono, Colorado
X
'Expedition' (four-wheel drive) vehicles. Solar power, large fuel and water reserves.
[12]
Elddis
United Kingdom United Kingdom
County Durham
X
[13]
Evergreen RV
United States United States
Middlebury, Indiana
X
X
[14]
Fleetwood Enterprises
United States United States
Riverside, California, USA
Merged into Allied Specialty Vehicles in 2010
Forest River RV
United States United States
Elkhart, Indiana
X
X
X
X
X
X
A Berkshire Hathaway company.
[15]
General Coach
Canada Canada
Hensall, Ontario
X
X
Formerly a subsidiary of Thor Industries. Family-owned by the Faulkner family since 2010.
[16]
Heartland RV LLC
United States United States
Elkhart, Indiana
X
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries
[17]
Hobby
France France
X
Holdsworth
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Southern England
X
DEFUNCT
Hymer
Germany Germany
Bad Waldsee, Baden-Württemberg
X
X
X
X
[18]
Jayco, Inc
United States United States
Middlebury, Indiana
Keystone RV
United States United States
Goshen, Indiana
X
X
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries.
[19]
Nexus RV
United States United States
Elkhart, Indiana
X
X
Founded in 2010, Nexus Rv employs an internet based, factory direct to consumer approach.
[20]
Niesmann + Bischoff
Germany Germany
X
X
Founded 1955, began importing US motorhomes to the German market from the 1970s. By the 1980s began constructing their own vehicles
[21]
Mclaren Sports Homes
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Leigh, Lancashire
X
[22]
Pilote
France France
X
X
X
[23]
Rapido
France France
X
X
X
X
X
[24]
Safari
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Stroud, Gloucestershire
X
DEFUNCT Formed by Pearman Briggs, in 1968 sold to Cosalt. Production moved to Hull in 1980, brand ceased in 1982
Shasta
United States United States
Los Angeles, California
X
A Division of Forest River, Inc.
Swift Leisure
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Cottingham, East Yorkshire
X
X
X
X
Purchased former assets of Cosalt
[25]
Thor Motor Coach
United States United States
Elkhart, Indiana
X
X
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries. The number one retail selling motorhome brand in North America, 1/1/10 through 12/31/2011. Formerly Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International
[26]
Trigano
France France
X
[27]
Triple E Recreational Vehicles
Canada Canada
Winkler, Manitoba
X
X
[28]
Tuscany Luxury Motorhomes
United States United States
Elkhart, Indiana
X
Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Builds only diesel pushers in the United States and Canada
[29]
Winnebago
United States United States
Forest City, Iowa
X
X
X
[30]
Wanderlodge
United States United States
Fort Valley, Georgia
X
DEFUNCT
[31]
Westfalia
Germany Germany
Westphalia
X
DEFUNCT now a brand of Volkswagen
Wildax
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Elland, West Yorkshire
X
[32]

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