Wholesale shipments of towable RVs and motor homes fell 8.5 percent in April from a year earlier to 31,400, according to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association.
Travel trailers, the largest segment of the RV market, fell 7.3 percent to 16,600 units. That helped drag shipments of all towable RVs down 6.8 percent to 27,400.
Motor home shipments dropped 18.4 percent to 4,000. Shipments of Type A motor homes slumped 35.7 percent to 1,800.
RV shipments through April declined 10.9 percent from the year-earlier period to 114,000.
The totals do not include conversion vehicles. Last October, the RV association stopped including those in its monthly shipment totals. Manufacturers of conversion vehicles have cut ties with the association.