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

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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 »

Ultimate Family Bunkhouse

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by Bruce Hampson
September 5, 2013

  The 2014 EverGreen RV Sun Valley 300BHSL encompasses three very distinct living zones, one expressly designed for the kids Promoting a travel trailer as a “half-ton-towable” has meant different things at different times. For years, though, it generally translated into having an RV short on... Read more »

Roam Big

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by Kristopher Bunker
August 7, 2013

  When looking for an SURV to haul their toys, some RVers are in the market for little more than a compact mobile garage with a couple of bunks, a cooler and perhaps a toilet. Those RVers need not apply here. The Dutchmen 2014 Voltage V3895 we tested is anything but Spartan. In fact, it boasts practically... Read more »

Quad-Slide Convenience

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by Chuck Campbell
August 7, 2013

  Gulf Stream Coach’s Yellowstone RV Division has recently debuted an all-new Canyon Trail “Advanced Profile” quad-slide fifth-wheel designated 36FBQS that provides a handy — and very spacious — bathroom suite ahead of the unit’s forward master bedroom.This fresh layout offers extra... Read more »

Redwood 36 Luxury Fifth-Wheel Dishes Out Comfort

It's high end living at Outdoor Resort, Palm Springs, California

Chris Hemer
July 3, 2013

The purchase of a new fifth-wheel trailer, particularly one that is ostensibly designed for full-time and/or luxury living, is not one to be taken lightly. Besides the monetary investment, which can easily eclipse the $100,000 mark, there is so much more to consider. Construction details, floorplan,... 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 »

Coachmen Apex 288BHS: Lean and Green

Coachmen Apex 288BHS Ultra-Lite

Kristopher Bunker
May 13, 2013

For nearly 50 years, Coachmen Industries has been building some of the nation’s most recognizable RVs. The first Coachmen RVs were manufactured in a small 5,000-square-foot facility in downtown Middlebury, Indiana. Since then, Coachman — now a Forest River brand — has manufactured more than 600,000... Read more »

Half-Ton Fun

Keystone Laredo Super Lite 289SRE

Bob Ashley
May 10, 2013

High fuel prices and the skyscraping cost of 3/4- and 1-ton pickups have created a growing demand for lightweight, easier-to-tow RVs. But not everyone wants a little trailer, which has led many RV builders to focus on smaller and lightweight fifth-wheels now more than ever. And the consumer stands to... Read more »

Winnebago Raven 3300CK: Active Luxury

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Tom Kaiser
April 18, 2013

Built by one of the industry’s most recognizable brands at its Indiana factory, Winnebago’s SunnyBrook line of towables is an outlet for the company’s newest technology and design. We chose the Raven 3300CK for a weekend excursion away from the city. The Raven’s upscale materials, fashionable... Read more »

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