It all depends on your life style & preferences. I have a trailer that I drop somewhere for a few days and use my truck to haul kayak, bike and hiking gear around the area. But if you are full timing in a motor home, you'll probably have a toad to do all that, as well as for shopping, dining and visiting the sights. Just having a motor home will limit (due to size) you on places to stay or visit (small parking areas). I like the national parks & forests which may have RV size limits. So... go with an RV that meets your specific needs, which may be different from what others need.