After scowering the internet and reading some reviews I decided on a 100W kit from Renogy Solar. The package included a solar panel, a charge control panel, an inverter, and power cables.
In an RV many of the electrical items are run off of 12V DC power. The Betty has a separate deep cycle battery for running lights, water pump, fan, and the electronic ignition on the fridge. Previously the only way to charge the house battery was to run the generator or run the truck(and shore power hook ups, but that's not an option anymore).
The lower power cable is hooked into the 12v DC panel and runs to the inverter. The 12v DC power from the battery and solar panel is then inverted to AC(household power). The inverter is the unit on the left. The top power cable runs back to the AC fuse panel, carrying AC power that I was only getting from a generator or shore power, allowing me to use the existing outlets and wiring in the RV.
I certainly learned a lot about electricity by tackling this project. Hopefully I explained it well enough so you have some idea what's going on. It has been working great so far! If you have any questions feel free to ask!