Travel trailers are spacious, luxurious, and designed to be your home away from home.
The travel trailer name can include other RV types, including pop-up campers, toy haulers, and lightweight RVs, all distinguished by their standard ball hitch.
Travel trailers can offer certain advantages over motorized RV types, such as the flexibility to detach your towing vehicle for short runs into town or off-road trips. And with so many options to choose from, there’s bound to be a travel trailer perfect for you and your family.
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- Ample living space for short-term trips or full-time living
- Doesn’t require a special towing hitch beyond the standard
- Kitchen, restroom, sleeping, dining and lounging areas are included
- More interior space per square foot than some motorized RV types
- Low profile can allow more height clearance and roof storage
- Towing requires larger trucks
- Ball hitch can make towing more difficult than fifth wheel RVs
- Can be difficult to reverse and park in small spaces
- Low profile can limit interior storage/standing space
- Can require a large storage area when not in use
Travel Trailer Features
When you own a travel trailer, you tow all the features you love right along with you, no matter where your adventures take you.
- Full kitchens with refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, and pantries
- Multiple sleeping options, including queen-size master beds
- Lounging and dining space that converts into extra sleeping space
- Slide-outs for even more living space when parked
- Interior and exterior entertainment systems
- Restrooms with full showers and luxurious finishes
- Plenty of storage, accessible from inside and outside the RV
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