Travel Trailer

Travel Trailer RV pulled by SUV on dirt road through the woods

Your Key to Adventure

Travel trailers are the most popular type of non-motorized RV. No doubt you’ve seen one pulled down the highway hitched to a car or pickup. Travel trailers come in all sizes including tiny jellybean-shaped models with a chuckwagon kitchen in the rear to the massive house-on-wheels with picture windows and a sliding glass patio door.

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Sometimes called a “bumper-pull” (when they first became popular in the early ‘50s, they were attached to the bumper of the tow car), the modern travel trailer employs a hitch secured to the frame of your tow vehicle along with specialized hardware to make towing safe and easy.  

Some of the advantages of a travel trailer include:

  • Models to fit virtually every budget
  • “Ranch-style” single-level living ideal for anyone who doesn’t like to climb stairs
  • Your everyday car or truck can double as your RV hauler, so no reason to purchase a dedicated tow vehicle, understand your towing options by visiting Towing Guides
  • Once you unhitch at your campsite, you have your vehicle to help you get around
  • Solid walls and locking door for security
  • Very easy to set up
  • Multiple slide-outs expand to create wide-open living spaces
  • Tailored to fit your needs with lots of choices in floorplan layouts, including bunkhouse models, couples coaches and rear kitchen floorplans
  • Many offer two or more bedrooms for privacy

General Specs:

Length: Approximately 13 to 40-feet

Sleeps: Up to 10

Featured Travel Trailers

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  • Sleeps 4 - 6
  • Length 21' 5" - 38' 11"
  • Weight 3307 - 9281 lbs
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  • Sleeps 4 - 9
  • Length 24' 10" - 37' 9"
  • Weight 6000 - 8800 lbs
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  • Sleeps 5 - 12
  • Length 18' 4" - 34' 11"
  • Weight 3950 - 7500 lbs

Find Your Perfect RV

There are so many different types of RVs, there’s definitely something for everyone. But don’t let having so many choices overwhelm you; we’re here to help you sort through it all and figure out what you need and want.

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