1954 Boles Aero Mira Mar


by Ken Freund
October 29, 2013

      This charming and rare 1954 Boles Aero Mira Mar 19-foot trailer is a true survivor. Purchased by Liz and Barry Marks of Santa Ynez, California, in March 2012, it was in its original state when Barry found it stored in a hangar at the local airport, which had helped to preserve it.... Read more »

Eclipse Milan

The Milan’s toy-hauler heritage is evident in the trailer’s bold graphics and rugged stance.

by Kristopher Bunker
October 4, 2013

  Rear-lounge, dual-entry T27RLSG travel trailer combines aggressive exterior styling with a fully appointed interior   Eclipse RV knows toy haulers. The Riverside, California-based manufacturer is perhaps best known for its Attitude line of SURVs, which is one of the top-selling toy-hauler... Read more »

Excel-lent Design


by Kevin Livingston
September 5, 2013

  Peterson Industries introduces the Winslow 37SDF, the first-ever fifth-wheel with a slideout entryway using a unique folding step system; the new roofing material is icing on the cake Throughout RV history, travel trailers and fifth-wheels have been subject to continual change with improvements... Read more »

Mammoth Truck Camper


August 7, 2013

  Bend, Oregon-based Host Industries knows luxury. After all, the company is owned by Dave Hogue and Mark Storch, who are the sons of Beaver Motorcoaches’ founders. Host recently introduced a luxury 11-foot 6-inch truck camper with high-end amenities and a triple-slide floorplan. According to... Read more »

Loaded And Light: 11 Full-Featured Lightweights

Airstream Sport

Bob Ashley
June 11, 2013

Fuel-conscious families looking to get into the RV lifestyle or veteran travelers who want to downsize from their big rigs don’t have to forego upscale amenities. Many RV manufacturers are appealing to both demographics with lightweight travel trailers that are designed to be towed by fuel-efficient... Read more »

Redwood Recreational Vehicles Clima-Comfort

Redwood Recreational Vehicles

Amanda Lepinski
March 7, 2013

Redwood Recreational Vehicles appeal to the  full-time RVer looking for reasonably priced units. Redwood trailers also offer standard Clima-Comfort, a residential fiberglass insulation construction that creates a thermal barrier for all weather conditions. Whether enjoying a frosty locale in the warmth... Read more »

i-GO lite 2013: Eco-Friendly Exploration

i-Go Lite 2013 Travel Trailer

Amanda Lepinski, Associate Editor
August 3, 2012

The i-GO lite 2013 is a lightweight fifth-wheel under the EverGreen Recreational Vehicles brand. Marketed as a low-maintenance trailer with vacuum-laminated sidewalls, floor and roof, the composite inner shell is touted as impervious to rot, mold and mildew. This 30-foot lightweight trailer has a gvwr... Read more »

Boundless Breckenridge RVs

Breckenridge RV

Amanda Lepinski
July 6, 2012

Those who want a true home-away-from-home-RV experience should check out the Classic XT by Breckenridge, a division of Dutchmen. Specializing in destination trailers, Breckenridge offers luxury and comfort in the Classic XT while still reaching a modest price point starting at $38,000. Created for those... Read more »

Airstream Founder Wally Byam­: RV Icon


Kathy Cabrera
July 5, 2012

For generations, Wally Byam has inspired travelers to answer the call of adventure awaiting them on the open road. Today Byam remains not only iconic but the stuff dreams are made of. As a pioneer in the building of travel trailers with the 1931 founding of Airstream Inc., Byam was a visionary and business... Read more »

Cricket Trailer: a Novel New Pop-Up

Cricket Trailer Exterior

Nicholas Upton
April 14, 2012

What do you get when you cross a former NASA space architect and a love of the outdoors? Well, you get the sleek Cricket Trailer. The novel ultra-light trailer is getting a lot of press for their new take on the travel trailer. The Cricket lies somewhere between a pop-up camper and a small feature-rich... Read more »

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