When we travel to wilderness areas we usually tent camp and, inevitably, find ourselves surrounded – and dwarfed — by travel trailers and RVs. We admit to a fascination with travel trailers. Since you may have missed the Vintage Travel Trailer Show in Palm Springs, we’ll give you a peek at a few of our favorites.
Cozy built-in beds with reading lights and a full bathroom was not what we expected to see in a little trailer.
The dark wood had the effect of a ship’s cabin.
How perfect would this be for camping in Key West?
Love the size and those green stripes.
We’d never seen a pop-up like this one before.
The layout for this trailer wasn’t conventional but worked for us.
Vintage and definitely comfortable.
The glitz and sparkle of this kitchen brought gasps of excitement from everyone who saw it. It was the last thing we thought we’d see in a travel trailer.
As we sat at the dinette, the owner pushed a button and slowly, up rose a built-in digital monitor. What a great feature!
We loved the whimsical decoration and design of the trailers, but, for now, we’ll stick with our easily transported 2-person tent. If ever we take the plunge to a travel trailer, we saw some great ones here that we wouldn’t mind hitching to our bumper.