At Home in the Heartland

by Chris Dougherty
April 29, 2017

  The venerable Mallard travel trailer offers family-friendly features at an affordable price The Mallard is a migratory duck that brings to mind images of the outdoors, like beautiful lakes and mountains, plaid flannels and camping. It is in the shadow of those images that the Mallard name has... Read more »

Airstream’s Island Magic

by Donya Carlson
March 31, 2017

  Airstream and Tommy Bahama have teamed up to produce a special-edition, island-inspired travel trailer and Class B Interstate Touring Coach (in two floorplans) to pay tribute to great American weekends, time spent with family and friends, and the spirit of adventure and relaxation. The 28-foot... Read more »

Blaze of Glory

by Donya Carlson
March 3, 2017

  Pacific Coachworks’ Blaze’n toy-hauler line was developed by avid off-roaders. From the floorplan layouts to construction, the seven trailers and eight fifth-wheels were planned around the toys that go in them. The shortest floorplan, the 20FS trailer, will fit a Polaris RZR XP 4 four-seater... Read more »

Attitude Adjustment

by Kevin Livingston
March 2, 2017

  The Pro-Lite 25FS toy hauler combines lightweight construction and versatility to suit the demands of the motorsport crowd Once upon a time, toy haulers were a relatively new concept with only a few manufacturers dabbling in trailers with garages. Today, toy haulers are extremely popular with... Read more »

Show and Sell

by Chris Dougherty, Kristopher Bunker and the RVBusiness Staff
March 1, 2017

  From leading trends to the latest technical innovations, the Louisville trade show is where the RV industry reveals to the world what’s new in recreational vehicles For those working in the RV industry, the National RV Trade Show is a rite of passage and a spectacle to behold. This is the... Read more »

Sundowner Aluminum Toy Haulers

by Donya Carlson
February 6, 2017

    Sundowner Trailers, a family-run builder in Coleman, Oklahoma, known for its equestrian trailers, offers the Pro-Grade toy-hauler line. The trailers are all-aluminum constructed with a seamless roof, built with the same structural design as Sundowner’s horse and livestock trailers. With... Read more »

One Mammoth Camper

by Donya Carlson
January 5, 2017

  If you’re someone who appreciates the freedom to roam without sacrificing the finer things in life, the four-season Mammoth truck camper for long-box, one-ton dually pickups may be just the ticket — and it has options galore. One of five camper models built by Host Campers, the 8-foot-wide,... Read more »

Terrific for 2017

by the RVBusiness staff
December 24, 2016

  As the New RV models roll onto dealers’ lots, look for crowd-pleasing concepts — from vintage-style trailers and tiny toy haulers to luxury fifth-wheels with picture windows and motorhome pedigrees When designers for Keystone RV’s Montana fifth-wheel brand came up with the concept of installing... Read more »

Dutchmen Kodiak

by Donya Carlson
December 19, 2016

  Variety is the spice of life, they say, and Dutchmen has taken that to heart by offering 24 floorplans in its Kodiak travel-trailer line. The 2017 Kodiak comes in three price points — Ultimate, Express and Express Expandable — in variations with no slideouts to up to three of the expandable... Read more »

Leading Lights

by John L. Stein
November 29, 2016

  As travel trailers evolve to match a wide range of tow vehicles, RV makers are rolling out slimmed-down and trimmed-up models — from feathery fold-downs and lithe hybrids to longer but still lean floorplans   When the new millennium roared in, bigger was most definitely better. The full-size... Read more »

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