Imagine This


by Chris Hemer
January 13, 2016

  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
November 16, 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
October 12, 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 »

The Great Pretender


by Chris Hemer
March 11, 2015

  Keystone’s Cougar XLite 30RLI looks like a travel trailer but lives like a fifth-wheel The kitchen area is well configured with an abundance of countertop space and a large double-bowl stainless-steel sink. Among the many reasons RVers prefer fifth-wheel trailers, the floorplan ranks near... Read more »

Cozy Coachmen: 2015 Freedom Express 233RBS


by Kevin Livingston
February 18, 2015

  This nimble, lightweight trailer combines easy towability with enough amenities to keep families comfortable   Smaller travel trailers are generally considered either entry-level or purpose-oriented, such as for hunting or weekend-warrior use. Being easy to tow, turn and squeeze into tighter... Read more »

Winnebago’s Pink Minnie


September 16, 2014

  In support of breast cancer awareness, Winnebago Towables added a pink Minnie to its 2015 trailer lineup. A $1,000 donation will be made to the American Cancer Society for every pink Minnie sold. Available in six floorplans, the special option Minnie with breast cancer awareness ribbons is constructed... Read more »

Venture to the Summit


by Chris Hemer
July 15, 2014

  A Sonic travel trailer and Grand Cherokee make for happy camping   As a young lad, I spent many a weekend in my parents’ travel trailer. It was nothing fancy, but even today, I remember it as being cozy and comfortable, with all the things we really needed for a family vacation. Since... Read more »

Toy Haulers With Pizazz


April 21, 2014

    The Latest Crop of Specialty Fifth-Wheels Takes the “Roughing It” out of the RV Experience for Motorized Vehicle Enthusiasts   In the early 2000s, as towables with rear “garages” were becoming popular on the West Coast among those who enjoyed cavorting with motorized playthings... Read more »

Boar’s Den RV Test


Steve Temple
May 10, 2012

Boars Den RV What camping enthusiast hasn’t had to struggle with pitching a tent at one time or another? Add to that irksome task the threat of an impending storm, or just darkness falling, and you have a recipe for taking the fun out of almost any outdoor excursion. The folks at Wild Boar have been... Read more »

2012 Lightweight Travel Trailers

2012 Lightweight Travel Trailer

Bob Ashley
January 3, 2012

2012 lightweight travel trailer from Keystone RV We’ve rounded up some lightweight travel trailers that are just right for a new generation of camping enthusiasts. Added value is a trend that continues to be seen in many new travel trailers and folding camping trailers (known as pop-ups or tent trailers... Read more »

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