Ever get that feeling that something’s following you? Would you like to? Travel trailers are an immensely popular class of RVs. With a wide variety of models, floor plans, and sizes, you can camp exactly the way you like. Here are a few of our more popular models.
Dutchmen Coleman Light LX
Easily one of the best-selling brands at Camping World, Coleman Light LX travel trailers are excellent for starting your RV adventure with an accessible cost-of-entry. It’s designed to be light to make towing easy. Plus, there’s a focus on space, so while relatively small, there’s still plenty of storage. Plus, some models feature slideouts to make things even roomier.
Heartland Mallard M26
The Mallard M26 is nicely laid out, particularly in the kitchen where both a sink cover and cooktop cover offer extra prep space. A spacious bathroom including a tub shower. A super slideout gives you a comfortable dinette space as well. This thing is built for comfort, with vacuum bonded sidewalls, lots of storage space, and even a built-in central vacuum unit.
Jayco Jay Flight SLX
Lightweight yet spacious, and available in a load of floorplans, the Jayco Jayflight SLX is a favorite trailer among both new and experienced RVers. The big focus on the Jay Flight SLX is comfort. It’s more than that, though: there’s also a lot of emphasis put on style. You’ll see name-brand appliances, a comfortable Simmons mattress, a neatly decorated bathroom, plus a power awning with LED lights and integrated speakers.
Forest River R-Pod
One of the most unique travel trailers on the market today, the R-Pod recalls the looks of vintage pull-behinds. There’s nothing vintage about their features: a Bluetooth stereo, three-way fridge, and 20,000 BTU furnace are all available—plus more. These cute little things still come in a variety of floor plans, including an expandable version. And all feature a tall 6’ 6” interior height.
These are some of our favorite travel trailers, but it’s really a drop in the bucket. You can see our full inventory of travel trailers at your local Camping World.
Do you have a favorite travel trailer? Let us know in the comments below.