What are the Best Travel Trailers for the Great Outdoors?

By Staff WriterLast Updated April 24, 2019
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A travel trailer offers the best of both worlds, combining life in the great outdoors with creature comforts and modern conveniences. Gear up to hit the open road with our list of the top 10 best travel trailers.

Airstream

The Airstream brand is all about luxury, producing some of the most iconic travel trailers ever made. Although it has a high price point, this distinctive trailer offers superior amenities, value and craftsmanship.

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Oliver Travel Trailers

Oliver Fiberglass Products in Hohenwald, TN, manufactures Oliver Travel Trailers. Designed for easy towing, Oliver products can camp in four seasons, and are built to last.

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Jayco RV

Founded by Lloyd J. Bontrager, Jayco combines innovative technology with Old World Amish craftsmanship. Jayco is the country's largest family operated and owned RV manufacturer in the current market.

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Winnebago

Famous for its motorhomes, Winnebago has more than 50 years of experience making travel trailers. For folks curious about the inner workings of the brand's travel trailers, Winnebago also offers a factory tour in Forest City, Iowa.

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Coachmen RV

A division of Forest River, Coachmen RV builds toy haulers, fifth wheels, motorhomes and travel trailers. Peter Liegl Forest River founded the company in 1996, and went on to open production plants across the West Coast and Midwest.

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Trillium

Noted for its activity-driven design, Trillium manufactures fiberglass travel trailers. This brand is famous for its legendary quality and vintage style.

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Scamp

Scamp manufactures fiberglass travel trailers. Its 13-foot model is compact and affordable for couples or small families.

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Shasta RV

Since opening its doors in 1941, Shasta RV has been an American icon, and it's still going strong. A vintage two-toned Shasta will make a statement on the road or at the campground.

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Starcraft

Starcraft makes the AR-One and other toy haulers, travel trailers and fifth wheels. Based in Amish country in Indiana, Starcraft has been crafting campers for over 50 years.

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nuCamp RV

nuCamp RV makes T@B teardrop-shaped travel camping trailers. The lightweight design makes this model especially fuel-efficient.

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