Work Camping in Northern Georgia

by Jessica Dionne
January 6, 2017

  Part-time employment on a Peach State llama farm allowed one couple a memorable opportunity to explore small-town life and local culture while learning the intimate workings of a ranch When... 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... 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... Read more »

Trailers and Tinsel

by Valerie Law
December 1, 2016

  Wrapping up our 75th anniversary with season’s greetings As 2016 draws to a close, we’re topping off our yearlong tribute to Trailer Life’s 75th anniversary with a look at December... Read more »

RVing in the Reagan Era

by Valerie Law
August 31, 2016

  On the road again with downsized cars and unleaded gas In 1981, the year Trailer Life turned 40, Ronald Reagan entered the White House hoping to boost the nation’s confidence after nearly... Read more »

One-Ton Towing Machines

by Emily Fagan
July 1, 2016

  Shopping for a new diesel truck to tow a heavy trailer? Before investing in your next set of wheels, consider all the angles Choosing the right vehicle to tow a trailer is vital for both... Read more »

The Evolution of RVing

by Kristopher Bunker
June 30, 2016

  As Trailer Life celebrates its diamond anniversary, we take a look at how the recreational vehicle industry has changed with the times   The year is 1941. President Franklin D. Roosevelt... Read more »

75 Years of Trailer Life: Spirit of ‘76

Red shag carpeting and denim-patchwork upholstery bedeck Betsy Ross’ rig in a 1976 ad from Wickes’ Recreational Vehicles.

by Valerie Law
May 27, 2016

  Revisiting Trailer Life’s star-spangled bicentennial issue The nation was in the midst of celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence when Trailer Life Publisher... Read more »

75 Years of Trailer Life: Feelin’ Groovy

by Valerie Law
May 2, 2016

  In the late 1960s, Trailer Life was outta sight After turning 25 in 1966, Trailer Life rolled into its second quarter-century with steadily increasing pages that peaked at 200 in the March... Read more »

The Art of the Deal

by Valerie Law
March 29, 2016

    1959 to 1968: From humble periodical to publishing empire Trailer camping was on a roll in 1959, and no one understood that better than Arthur J. “Art” Rouse, whose publishing... Read more »

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