It’s Your Magazine

Man wearing sunglasses and blue tshirt folding arms looking at camera

Trailer Life is your magazine. What I mean is that Trailer Life magazine is written for you, the readership, the subscribers who have it delivered to their doorstep, as well as those readers who pick it up and buy it off the shelves in grocery stores, bookstores, newsstands and other periodical outlets. It is filled with stories designed to delight your senses and provide you with ideas about interesting places to go, new and unique vehicles, and helpful products for your RVing lifestyle.

What are some of your favorite departments in Trailer Life? Tell us what you like best and what you would like to see more of. We are beginning to inject more active outdoor lifestyle information into the magazine and have seen a positive response toward it. Healthier eating and recipes for the road is a subject that we have considered covering, and we have received good feedback from the readers we have polled so far. 

Would you like to read more stories about far off places to explore with your rig? Is Alaska, Canada or Mexico your dream RV vacation? Or are you more interested in places closer to the major metropolitan regions where you live that can be easily accessed for quick weekend getaways?

What do you like to do when you travel? What are your favorite activities to engage in once you have arrived at a destination? Hiking scenic trails, exploring natural or historic sites? Watching wildlife? Riding bicycles? Swimming, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, sailing, ballooning, seeing museums, touring lighthouses, collecting antiques…

When it comes to working on your tow vehicle and trailer, Trailer Life is your magazine, too. It offers high-quality technical articles on the latest new products and upgrade how-to articles in order to help maintain your equipment in top working order. What types of products and technical features, upgrades and modifications would you like to read more about?

We are always interested in hearing from you, so feel free to contact us at [email protected] or send us a note through the U.S. Mail and tell us about the types of articles you are most interested in reading in your magazine. 

Just let us know what you like to read about, and we’ll do the rest. 


  1. I have been getting trailer life magazine for several years now. When Stuart took over as editor, the magazine continued its great quality. However, I believe that one thing needs to be changed…the photo of Stuart. It has long been said that the eye are the window to the soul. If that is the case, we don’t know anything about Stuart, because he is hiding behind those sunglasses. C’mon Stuart, let us see your face…after all that is why your photo is even on the page, so we can see who is talking to us. As it is now (and has been since you’ve been writing the intro to each magazine issue) we just have that cocky pose of you standing with your arms folded, your head cocked to the side, and those glasses that you are hiding behind. Most of us campers are a fun-loving lot, but we are down to earth. Show us thy face! -Duane

    PS. Great magazine!


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