The 17 Best Used RV Websites and My Time-Tested Favorites

So you want an opinion on the best used RV website on the internet? Well, I don’t sell pre-owned motorhomes, but I shop for them. Over time, I’ve come to like RV Trader the best.

But that doesn’t mean it’s the only option, and the only one you should look at. In fact, I spent hours putting together a list of 17 other websites that I trust. And I spent time browsing each one so I could give you some input on what I liked about it, and what I didn’t.

Now to be honest, there’s a few different types of websites with used RVs on them. The best, are classified sites. But you’re not wasting your time looking at dealer sites either. If you live close to the dealership and you can actually walk in and check out an RV in person. And finally, campervans and converted vehicles are in a class of their own, so I included three sites specifically dedicated to them.

But I’ll stop talking, let’s get down to business below!

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RV Classifieds Sites

This site is by far my favorite and #1 on this list. And for good reason.  I use it all the time looking for specific used motorhomes. It’s easy to use and has a HUGE inventory of over 200,000 rigs that dealerships and private parties have up for sale. I like that it’s easy to filter out the motorhomes I’m not interested in. Plus if you can’t find what you’re looking for, it’s easy to set up automatic notifications when that deal or rig pops up.

It’s also a hub for other resources. It has a page displaying RV parks, articles for first time buyers, and reviews on hundreds of different brands and models.

It’s not perfect though. The only thing I dislike about it is the fact that it’s a little crowded. A lot of information all in one place.


RVT is another dedicated classifieds site. It’s a little more bare bones than RV Trader, but in a good way. I feel like it’s a little easier to scan through and look at what you want. This site also has a cool feature where it can instantly compare the average price of listings for a specific make and model against NADA prices (another site that lists reviews and pricing).

As cool as that little feature is, I didn’t have much luck actually getting it to work.

A use RV for sale at a dealership.

RV Universe

RV Universe is an online listing site. They display motorhomes across the country for sale. While the site isn’t as aesthetically pleasing as RV Trader or RVT, it does have some cool features. It displays a lot of key data up front making it easy to see things like mileage, length, and where it’s currently located. Plus, each listing comes with a nifty little calculator so you can get an idea of what your monthly payments would be.

But, RV Universe only has a mediocre inventory. While looking through Class A RVs, it has just under half the number of rigs that RV Trader does.

Auto Trader

Auto Trader is a listing site for personal vehicles. But that doesn’t mean that they have forgotten about motorhomes. They have a small selection of used and new rigs. I like the fact that they display the sellers information up front so you don’t have to click into the listing.

Despite their large inventory of cars, it’s a pretty small selection of RVs. Plus, trying to view photos of different rigs on this site was frustrating since you can’t browse from the main page. You have to click into every listing.


RV USA is a classifieds site that has just over 50,000 total RV listings. It’s similar in size to RV Universe, and has put in effort to include additional resources for its users. I like the fact that this site has its own forum that you can use to ask questions about some of the used RVs you’re looking at.

My only beef with RV USA is the fact that it does have a small inventory. Also, the listings themselves don’t display information quite as openly as some of the other websites.


Ah yes, what list would be complete with the ol’ FB. Facebook is a good place to find used RVs. Almost all listings are from private parties, which is great for finding deals. You can use Facebook Marketplace and become a member of “classifieds groups”. I’m a part of several local Utah groups, but if you’re from another state you can join other ones like “RVs and Campers For Sale” and “RV Classifieds”.

While you can find some killer deals on Facebook, I’m always wary about  double checking the price. A great resource for this is NADA. Plus, I don’t know about you, but sometimes people’s Facebook comments get me a little fired up…

One of the best best used RV websites out there. Facebook, this is a picture I took of a search on the marketplace.
All it takes is a quick search and you’ll find dozens of deals pop up in your local FB Marketplace. All I typed into the search bar was “RV”.

Pop RVs

Pop RVs is another small classifieds site that mostly lists used rigs. I actually feel like the listings themselves are pretty clear and easy to pull information from. On top of that, you have a lot of filters you can apply to narrow down your search.

This is a smaller website though, and you can tell. At the time of this writing, Pop RVs had just under 2,700 motorhomes displayed. The site design is okay and it’s easy to navigate, but some of the images uploaded are blurry making it tough to pick out fine details.

Classy RV

Classy RV is a classifieds site for motorhomes. One thing that I do like about this website is that most of its listings are from private parties. Unlike RV Trader and RVT that are a mix of dealers and owners. Private parties, are the way to go if you’re looking for a good deal.

The inventory on this site is pretty small though. At the time of this writing they only had 2,165 RVs listed. Since most of them are being sold by the owner and not a dealership, you’ll want to do a little more research on pricing. On top of that, navigating the site is a little tricky.

RV Postings

RV Postings is a classifieds site with a mix of listings from private parties and dealers. The site itself doesn’t have a huge inventory, but it’s simple and very easy to navigate. Plus they have a massive FB group with almost 130,000 members.

My only real beef with this site is the amount of dealership listings. find more private party sellers on small websites like this, but I struggled to find them with RV Postings.

RV Dealership Sites

Camping World is one of the largest dealerships in the nation.  I ranked it #1 because it has one of the most sophisticated search features I found. You can search for used RVs only. You can search by price or length.  You can even enter specific metrics and look at a variety of floor plans! It’s pretty cool, and the ability to look at plans is great for those who know what they want, but don’t have a model in mind.

Now as far as buying from these guys, I’ve heard mixed opinions, and it depends on your dealership. Some people are pleased with the service provided. Whereas others are not, and aren’t afraid to talk about it. I’d recommend using their site, but check your Camping World’s reviews nearby before buying.

General RV Center

General RV is another nationwide dealership. You can search for used RVs and filter out motorhomes that might be too expensive, too long, or too complicated. The nice thing about General RV is that if you find a model you’re interested, getting to see the rig in person helps.

Two things I don’t like about this site though. Their inventory of used RVs is pretty small, so you’ll have a lot less to look at. Plus, they only have 14 locations nationwide, so unless you’re nearby, it’s a trek to purchase anything there.

RV One Superstore

RV One is another large dealership spread across 16 states. The website itself is pretty straightforward, with a large heading that reads “Shop Used RVs”. The layout is simple and well designed, which makes it easy to navigate through their inventory.

But since RV One Superstore is only displaying what they have in stock, there’s not a huge number of used RVs. At the time of this writing, there were just under 700. Also, the listings aren’t super detailed, which I found a little frustrating.

A massive dealership lot full of RVs

Gander RV

Gander RV is actually owned by Camping World but still functions as a separate dealership. They actually have a pretty sizable inventory of used RVs. In fact, larger than the vast majority of other physical dealers that I looked at. Also, the listings are really clear, and you have a quick link to see the floorplan.

But once again, if you end up looking at their site and decide to buy from them, I’ve heard mixed opinions. Generally it seems to vary depending on the location, so I’d double check reviews and ask for people’s opinions.

Lazydays RV

Lazydays boasts the record of having the largest RV dealership in the U.S. But if you’re not in Tampa you can still browse their used inventory across 16 locations. One thing I like about their site is you can view what they call the Crown Club. This is a list of premium-level RVs. And yes, you can buy used from the Crown Club, plus they throw in a bunch of extra perks when you do.  They even fly you out to pick up your coach and give you a five night stay at their RV resort.

But, like other dealership sites, these guys are selling brand new motorhomes, and their used inventory is small.

RVs for sale in a dealership lot

Campervan Websites

Vanlife Trader is another classifieds site that specializes in campervans. I ranked it #1 because it has great search features, but also good inventory. I like the layout of this site, it’s listings display a lot of information right up front, and it’s easy to narrow down your search with filters. And I’m surprised by its inventory. I found 20 converted vans within 200 miles from home. A lot different than my search on Conversion Trader. Plus, this site includes a list of builders and its own classifieds for parts.

Honestly though the parts section is a little empty. And my only other beef with this site is that they don’t include anything other than vans.


Vancamper is a site I’ve been familiar with for a while now. It’s full of listings from private sellers that have done their own conversion. I love the variety of used vans on this site, and it’s always entertaining to go through the photos.

My only beef with Vancamper is that, at least as far as I’ve seen, doesn’t have a way to filter out location, mileage, make, model, year, etc. The lack of being able to narrow down your search is a little frustrating.

The inside of a campervan.

Conversion Trader

Another classifieds site that’s actually for conversions and RVs of all kinds! But the most common vehicle you’ll find here is converted vans and school buses! The layout of the site is nice, and it does allow you to filter down results. Plus, it actually includes listings of shops that can convert your rig for you.

Converted rigs are tougher to come by since they’re made by private parties and custom shops. Which I did notice, since I looked at rigs 50 miles from home, only to be surprised that there was nothing. I did find 3 listings 200 miles away, but that being said, inventory can be scarce in certain locations.

Concluding Thoughts On The Best Used RV Websites

There’s a lot of sites on this list. My personal favorite used RV website is RV Trader because of its huge selection. But there’s still plenty to choose from. Hopefully I made your hunt for a pre-owned motorhome a little bit easier.

If you’re looking for an inexpensive rig that you can trust, give my report on cheap RVs a read!