Indiana continues to be the leading RV manufacturing state by a wide margin, according to
data gathered by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), Reston, Virginia. The
Hoosier State was the leading producer of five of the seven types of RV products, as
defined by RVIA.
It was the leader except for two product categories: truck campers and
Class B motorhomes. Indiana factories built 55.6 percent of all RV product types produced
last year, followed by California at 11.9 percent, Pennsylvania at 9.1 percent, Oregon at
5.1 percent and Iowa at 4.1 percent.