Equine Recreation Vehicles offer contemporary cowpokes all that is required for roughing it smoothly — a home on the trail and a safe horse transport in one unit.
Whether motorized or towable, these RVs “make traveling to equestrian events convenient, comforting and economical,” according to Go RVing, a recreation vehicle industry marketing association. Outfitted with kitchens, bathrooms and sleeping areas, they can be used for a family riding weekend or for hauling several horses to professional competitions.
While there are many unpretentious rigs with modest accommodations starting around $20,000, a growing segment of the equine RV market is swinging upscale with luxurious living quarters complete with custom designer interiors.
Over the next three installments, we’ll take a look at both towable living quarters horse trailers and motorized class A coaches.
Photo: Living quarters horse trailer combines the traditional horse trailer and a separate compartment with a kitchen, bathroom and sleeping areas. (Courtesy: Featherlite Trailers)