Imagine This


by Chris Hemer
November 24, 2015

  Known for its fifth-wheels, Grand Design RV builds a lightweight travel trailer for upscale family fun Sometimes, the measure of success isn’t what you do right but what you don’t do wrong. In the highly competitive world of trailer manufacturing, where features and amenities must walk a... Read more »

Pop-Up Paradise


by Donya Carlson
October 28, 2015

  Purple Line’s Opus folding trailer packs in the amenities and is at home anywhere you roam When we decided to deviate from the norm and review a pop-up trailer, John Cleese’s immortal catchphrase, “And now for something completely different,” from the Monty Python series came to mind.... Read more »

Big Family Fun


Article and Photos by Chris Hemer
September 25, 2015

  The Ford Expedition EL and Denali Lite 2611BH travel trailer have more than enough room for your adventures We’ve all heard the popular expression “Go big or go home.” But if you have a large family and you’re passionate about RVing, you pretty much have to go big or stay home. Finding... Read more »

Sport Trailering


by Bob Carpenter
August 31, 2015

  The lightweight Lance 1985 and Jeep Grand Cherokee make for spirited travel   As I accelerated out of the hairpin turn on State Route 79 in rural Southern California, I could feel the turbocharger boost increasing, so I rolled into the throttle even more. It was exhilarating, especially... Read more »

The Great Escape


by Bob Livingston
July 28, 2015

  A molded fiberglass body seals this unique, fully equipped fifth-wheel from the elements while projecting an aura of durability and adventure “Bigger is better,” seems to be the mantra these days, as the RV industry responds to consumer demands for trailers and fifth-wheels with high-livability... Read more »

Gimme Shelter


by John L. Stein
June 30, 2015

  With plenty of cargo space for gear and bikes, the 2015 Ford Transit and Jayco Octane Super Lite are a made-for-each-other couple Sometimes the problem with the great outdoors is there’s just a bit too much of it. For example, sunny at home but then cloudy and cold en route, dust storms followed... Read more »

First Time’s the Charm


by Kevin Livingston
June 29, 2015

  The Spyder, Winnebago’s inaugural toy-hauler trailer, zeros in on adventurers looking to stay on the shorter side of things In the world of RV manufacturing, it isn’t unusual to see several renditions of a new product, whereby changes in features, options, build specs and floorplans are made... Read more »

Roughing It Easy

The Nash 22H and Chevy Tahoe make a handsome pairing. A front rock guard protects the trailer’s finish but can be blinding in the sun.

by Chris Hemer
May 13, 2015

      The Nash 22H and Chevy Tahoe LT not only make extended dry camping possible, but also enjoyable   It goes without saying that trailers are designed for the great outdoors, but these days, getting away from it all has a different meaning than it once did. Where primitive... Read more »

Family Time


By Chris Hemer
May 1, 2015

  The 2015 Ford F-150 and Forest River Wildwood travel trailer make it easy to enjoy the journey and the destination If you are of a certain age, you can probably recall a time when a camping trip was met with as much trepidation as excitement. Trailers were often towed by passenger cars that... Read more »

Streets of Laredo


by Kevin Livingston
April 1, 2015

  Keystone’s new 274RB takes on a sleek look and a number of improvements   Keystone RV is known for producing a fleet of towables that are built for the masses — not too extravagant or ultra-luxurious, but livable and affordable. The manufacturer offers many dollar-friendly options,... Read more »

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