We have always had TT's. We showed dogs for 20 years and pulled TT everywhere we went. Now that we just camp and ride bicycles and fish from Kayaks, and we still have a pull behind, but it's a big one. I did not want to tow a car so the motorhome was out. The fifth wheel toy hauler idea was next on my list but after looking at them we decided that we could carry everything we needed in the truck bed. I have a rack on my truck and carry two Kayaks and up to 4 bicycles in the bed under the Kayaks. That still leaves truck bed room for 2 diesel cans, the power cord for the trailer and all my wood blocks and the wheels for the boats.
Here is how we looked at it.
Motorhome - Very nice self contained idea that still needs transportation once you get where you are going. Many people I know just nver setup camp, they just park sleep and then drive. When we camp with motorhome friends they might well drive the motorhome into town in the middle of the day and be back for the evening.
Fifth Wheel - Easy setup, better towing than pull behind, more storage than TT, eliminates use of the truck bed, you have a truck to drive when you get setup.
Travel Trailer - Less initial cost than above choices, slightly harder to set up than 5'th wheel, pulls best when you have a big truck (over-kill it) and get the best hitch, Allows full use of the truck bed while towing and once setup. (This one is big to me and the reason for our final decision).
I hope this helps you
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