Travel trailers have come a long way since the days of shag carpeting and orange upholstry.
Here are a few facts about our selection of modern travel trailers.
The typical image people have of the interior of travel trailers is a studio apartment on wheels, with a bedroom and bathroom claustrophobically combined into as small a space as possible. Today’s travel trailer bunkhouses can comfortably sleep up to ten, with slide outs expanding the living and sleeping areas. So much room for activities.
Travel trailer kitchens are no longer just a hot plate and a mini fridge. The most decked-out floorplans have island kitchens, granite countertops, double ovens, dishwashers, and full-size refrigerators—a perfect setup for even the most experienced chef.
Toyhaulers like the Forest River XLR Hyperlite not only carry motorcycles, ATVs, and snowmobiles, they can also carry external tanks of fuel, ensuring the fun lasts as long as possible. No searching for the nearest gas station in the middle of the day.
Most people only see RVing as a weekend of vacation activity, but plenty of people are RVing full-time and working remotely from their travel trailer!
Here are a few travel-trailer-towing full-timers we follow:
When it’s parked at home, your travel trailer is essentially an extra room for your house. How about the perfect man cave or office?
Or… what if you had a room—completely separate and self-sufficient from your house—where your in-laws can stay when they visit?
Camping World has travel trailers for every budget—take a look at our travel trailer inventory and start your journey today!