25 Aug

RVFTA #156 Greetings from the Jayco Dealer Homecoming in Nashville, Tennessee!

On this week’s podcast episode, we are talking about our recent trip to the Jayco Dealer Homecoming that took place in Nashville, Tennessee. This is a dealer exclusive annual event where dealers get to check out what’s new for 2018.

Jayco was kind enough to let us get a sneak peak behind the scenes, and we share all the exciting innovations we saw in the towable and motorized divisions. Plus, we managed to squeeze in a little bit of sight seeing and a lot of eating during our short visit. You’ll have to take a listen to hear our very thorough discussion of heat levels at Hattie Bs Hot Chicken…

ALL of the 2018 models can be found on the Jayco website, so make sure you head over there to look for additional info, floor plans, and specs. You can also check out our Instagram feed to see short videos and photo collections. Plus, we took over Jayco’s IG account during our visit, so scroll through their feed for more pics!

Segment One: Towables

There are a LOT of changes in many of the towable lines for the 2018 model year. We were able to spend some time with all five product managers (many of whom you have heard on the show in the past) walking through the rigs and getting an in depth look at their latest innovations and design tweaks.

Jay Feathers and White Hawks

After introducing the Hummingbird, John Fisher got to work completely rethinking the Jay Feather and White Hawk line, and we discuss the exterior and interior changes that will be well received by folks interested in more linear design trends. Listen to hear our thoughts on the new automotive-bonded front window option, the Jay Feather 7 22BHM, and the White Hawk 31BH.

Jay Flights

The newest addition to the Jay Flight travel trailer lineup is the 28BHS. This will be a very welcome addition for families in the market for bunks. Two exterior doors, a rear bathroom, and an L-shaped kitchen create a great interior layout.

Eagle

The Eagle line is on fire right now, and we had a great time chatting with Chris Barth, who was recently on our podcast for our Pros and Cons of a Fifth Wheel episode. Listen to hear more details about the Eagle 25.5REOK, a couple’s coach under 30 feet.

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We are seeing these at campgrounds EVERYWHERE right now, so it was great to meet Matt Fisher and get a true understanding about why this model has been gaining so much traction with RVers. If you have been looking for truly on-point design, Matt stepped up to the plate, taking out the traditional finishes and shooting for a clean, linear look. From the stovetop grate to the handle pulls and square, stainless bathroom sinks, this RV is not your grandparents’ coach.

Toy Haulers

Lastly, there was lots of new things to check out in the world of toy haulers, including the new exterior designs on the Octane line and the introduction of an entirely new line called the Talon. Listen to hear us talk about the Octane T32H.

Segment Two: Motorized

In the motorized category, Jayco is determined to meet the demand for two things: updated interior design and smaller Class Cs. We were happy to see the first results of this effort and talk about two big model debuts…

Melbourne Prestige

The Melbourne Prestige is a small C that has the sleek European design that so many folks are looking for in the small motorhome segment. The woven, vinyl floor is stylish and pragmatic. The large window on the front cap makes the space feel open and airy.

Red Hawk SE 22C

We are head over heals in love with this new model as it introduces a great motorized floor plan that is under 30 feet AND affordably priced. In fact, you could probably buy one of these for the same price as a Ford Lariat. You could sleep a couple of kids on the over-cab bed. And if you are super adventurous, a third kid could sleep on the dinette.

Segment Three: Nashville, Tennessee

We squeezed in a little bit of site seeing during our brief stay, so listen to hear our thoughts on the Grand Ole Opry, Martins BBQ, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, The Frothy Monkey, and the Johnny Cash Museum. Oh, and Jeremy breaks into the 21st century with his first Uber ride…

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20 Jul

RVFTA #151 The Rise of the Park Model

Say goodbye to the yesterday’s manufactured home! Today’s seasonal-centric campgrounds are often comfortable and well-appointed RV resorts, filled with residential park models that are packed with creature comforts at affordable price points. Seasonal camping has become more popular than ever. So after you have pulled the trigger on that perfect campground retreat, a park model may not be too far in the future.

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas we are going to take a closer look at this growing segment of RV sales.  Our special guest is Amy Duthie, senior director of product development for Jayco. We invited Amy onto the podcast to educate us about her “Bungalow” line of park models, and this segment of the industry in general. (To learn even more about Amy, click here!)

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19 Jan

RVFTA #125 Towable vs. Motorized with Josh the RV Nerd

 

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas we reigniting the age old debate about which is better, motorized or towable! And while it may be different for every family we have some general tips and principals to consider before you plunk down your hard earned cash!

We decided to invite Joshua Winters (aka Josh the RV Nerd) back onto the show for this topic after we watched his great You Tube video on the same topic.

In Segment One we talk to Josh about his families dealership and their own stock and experience with towables and motorized. Josh breaks down his best selling units for us and talks about why they lean hard towards stocking towable.

In Segment Two Josh walks us through his tips to consider before deciding on towable vs. motorized:

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22 Dec

RVFTA #121 Saying Hello to Our Jayco Octane Superlite Toy Hauler

RV Family Travel Atlas Podcast Episode #121:

Saying Hello to Our Jayco Octane Superlite Toy Hauler

On the last episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we said goodbye to our beloved Jayco White Hawk Travel Trailer, which has taken us on countless adventures over the last 5 years. We gave a complete review of the quad bunkhouse travel trailer, talking about what features worked perfectly for our family of five, and what features drove us absolutely bonkers.

On this episode we are talking about the new rig, a Jayco Octane Superlite 272. This is a toy hauler model, and if you have been following along with the RVFTA podcast, you know we think this is the new family travel trailer. Here is the link to the 360-degree tour available on the Jayco website. You can follow along while listening to the episode if you wish.

First, we talk about why we decided to get a toy hauler as our next RV. We discuss other models we looked at, and share how we finally made our decision and settled on the Octane SL 272.

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07 Jul

RVFTA #96 Meet the RV Walk Through Guru

Meet the RV Walk Through Guru

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking to the king of the RV walk through on YouTube, Joshua Winters from Haylett RV in the great state of Michigan. His YouTube channel is our first stop anytime we want to get the skinny on a new RV without even leaving the house.

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25 Feb

RVFTA #77: Pros and Cons of a Hybrid Trailer

Pros and Cons of a Hybrid Trailer

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about the pros and the cons of a hybrid trailer. Part tent trailer, part travel trailer, the hybrid was a serious contender for our family when we were trading in our pop up camper four years ago. In fact, when we went to make our final purchase, we still weren’t sure which one we were going to pick.Why did we end up going with the travel trailer? Why do many of our listeners love adore their hybrids? You will have to listen to find out!

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15 Feb

Are We a Travel Trailer Nation?

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After a two year infatuation with the possibility of motorhome ownership I find myself firmly back in the camp of travel trailer owners.   I still think that I will eventually find myself behind the wheel of a Class A or Class C, but I am fairly certain that day is decades away. So why the change of heart? Is it just an economic reality?  Does a motorhome simply not  fit into our current budget? Or is it a matter of taste? Do I actually like travel trailers better?

It’s actually a combination of both.

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11 Feb

RVFTA #75: Meet the Crickets!

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On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are introducing you to the Cricket, an awesome adventure basecamp manufactured by Taxa, Inc., a company that is not afraid to think outside the box when it comes to lightweight travel trailers. We interviewed Mike Shepard, Taxa’s East Coast manufacturer’s rep who will help us understand why the Cricket is in a class by itself.

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28 Jan

RVFTA #73: Living in RV Luxury

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On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, Living in RV Luxury, we are talking about Luxury options for both motorized and towable RVs.

But first in the News Roundup, we shared some important information:

  1. If you are attending the RVFTA 2016 Spring Rally, you must register at Eventbrite so we have an accurate number for our attendees!
  2. We were honored to be interviewed on Keep Your Daydream this week. Listen to hear about all the behind the scenes RVFTA stuff that we don’t normally talk about on the podcast, including some major life changes that have recently occurred round these parts.

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26 Jan

Best in Show: Our 10 Favorite Rigs at the Florida RV Supershow

If you listened to RVFTA episode #72 last week, you know that we had a grand ole time at the Florida RV Supershow. On that episode we talked about the seminars, entertainment, food, and vendors. And we gave a ton of advice about navigating the thousands of RVs that are on site for one of the largest shows in America.

So now it’s time for our personal top 10 list. Our Best in Show picks from the Florida RV Supershow.

What were the criteria?

100% complete and total subjectivity.

Some of these rigs we would love to have now. Some we would love to have once our brood has flown the nest. Others would be awesome to keep around for the rare romantic getaway.

Basically, these rigs popped. So drumroll, please.

 1. The Cricket Trailer by TAXA

The Cricket Trailer

We want one of these in our driveway, and we want to do amazing things with it. The Cricket is not a funny looking tent trailer. It is an top-quality adventure wagon. We nabbed a whole interview with a TAXA rep, and can’t wait for you to hear it on the podcast.

Did we mention we want one?

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22 Jan

RVFTA #72: Live from the Florida RV Supershow!

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On this special episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about the Florida RV Supershow, which may just be the most exciting RV show around.

Last week we fled the frigid temperatures of the Northeast and hightailed it to sunny Tampa, where we found an amazing array of RVs on display. And we also discovered that this RV show takes entertainment to a whole new level.

Listen to hear great interviews with manufacturer’s reps, finance experts, RV show organizers, and RV enthusiasts like yourselves who always seem to be shopping for their next rig.

And hear our 7 tips for making the most out of your trip to the Florida RV Supershow…because we know you will want to plan a visit after listening to this episode!

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07 Jan

RVFTA #70 Winnebago Goes Retro!

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On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are dishing on the retro options available right now from the iconic Winnebago brand. We will take a look at the brand new Winnie Drop.

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With three available floor plans, it’s a great lightweight towable with a bit of stylish flare.

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And we also have a great interview with John Millis, product manager of the Gas Class A lines at Winnebago. He joined Winnebago back in 2012 and oversaw the reintroduction of the Brave line, proclaiming to the world that the Brow is Back.

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There are three floor plans available for the Brave as well, and here they are if you want to follow along in the discussion.

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Plus, listeners Heather and John from Virginia just took delivery on their brand new Brave, and they were kind enough to send us a report from the field.

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You might think you have to give up a bit fuction to embrace the retro vibe. But Winnebago wants you to know you can have the best of both worlds. This is  Episode #70: Winnebago Goes Retro!

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17 Dec

RVFTA #67: Pros and Cons of A Toy Hauler

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are unpacking the pros and cons of a Toy Hauler. Toy Haulers have been around for a while, but they have grown in popularity over the last couple of years.

If you have been shopping for Toy Haulers recently, you may have noticed that they have received a facelift, acquiring residential finishes along with patio decks and tailgating kitchens.

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Listen to hear an interview with Mike Aplin, product manager for the Toy Hauler line at Jayco. Mike will tell us all about his Toy Haulers: what he’s designing these days and who is buying the product.

Then we will hash it all out. Why might a Toy Hauler be the perfect option for us? What features give us pause? Might there be one in our near future?

You might think the Toy Hauler is an option for Nascar drivers and bikers. But we here at RVFTA have been considering this type of RV for our own merry band of pirates. You are listening to Episode #67: Pros and Cons of a Toy Hauler.

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06 Nov

RVFTA #61: Six RV Picks for 2016

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On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about six of our favorite RV Picks for 2016. After touring hundreds of campers, pouring over brochures, and peppering manufacturers reps with questions, we decided on six RVs that stand out in the crowd.

From travel trailers to fifth wheels, Class C’s to Class A’s, we are covering a variety of types AND price points. Listen to see if any of these 2016 highlights peak your interest.

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Plus we will give our best tips for unpacking the RV after a camping trip. You asked, we answered. It may not be our favorite chore, but we have figured out a few things that make it a bit easier.

You might think it is the same ole same ole out there in RV land. But we here at RVFTA found some new features that could make a big difference. This is Episode #61: Six RV Picks for 2016!

Here links and floor plans for the models discussed in this episode:

Thanks so much for listening! If you haven’t already, please head over to iTunes and take a minute to subscribe to our podcast and leave a review. We sure do appreciate it…

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16 Oct

RVFTA #58: Top 5 Shows of the Year!

RVFTA Top 5 Shows of the Year

On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are looking back on our first year as podcasters and sharing the top 5 most popular episodes.

Looking back on the stats, we were not surprised to see that our listeners love some good rig talk. But destination episodes and general tips and tricks topics made at the list as well.

We spend quite a bit of time sharing emails and reviews from our listeners, mostly because you are the reason we record and release this podcast every single week. From young families that are researching their first purchase to grandparents excited about camping with their 17 (yes!) grandchildren, the diversity of our audience is always inspiring to us.

And we are lucky enough to have listeners that write us haiku. Seriously.

Plus, we recorded a lively interview with Janine Pettit, Go RVing blogger, Girl Camper Ambassador, and world-class story teller. Listen for a big announcement at the end of our chat!

Trust us. It’s big. Very big.

You may adore every one of our podcast episodes equally. But we here at RVFTA are playing favorites and giving a shout out to our best performing topics. You are listening to Episode #58: RVFTA’s Top 5 Shows of the Year!

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25 Sep

RVFTA #55: Voices from the Hershey RV Show

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On this week’s episode of RV Family Travel Atlas, we are talking about our time at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania where we were lucky enough to meet close to 100 of our podcast listeners.

We interviewed a bunch of them, and this week’s podcast is dedicated to sharing the stories of families just like yours who are on a quest to find that perfect RV. Listen to here about the rigs they have now, and the ones they are dreaming about for the future.

You will hear interviews with…

  • John and Heather who are upgrading from a travel trailer to a Class A.
  • Nancy and Darryl who have a hybrid trailer and are thinking about upgrading to a travel trailer.
  • Alexandra and Jeremy who just set out on their full-time adventures in a B+ motorhome.
  • Susie Q who is a chronic collector of vintage trailers.
  • Dave and Sherry who have an A-frame and are looking for something with a bit more room for their future travels.
  • Karen who is already looking to upgrade to a bigger travel trailer after buying her first RV last summer.

It was such a pleasure getting to know these podcast listeners a little bit better. Hearing about other experiences is so helpful for anyone out there shopping for that first RV or looking for that next perfect camper.

We also give a brief analysis of our thoughts about the RV show.  We’ll discuss 2016 models more specially on a future podcast episode, but this week we highlight…

  • Luxury in the new fifth wheel RVs.
  • Design in the new retro and ‘vintage’ models.
  • Same ole’, same ole’ in the Class C units.
  • Highlights from the Grand Design and Airstream manufacturers.

You may SAY the rig you have is perfectly suitable. But we here are RVFTA know there is a little bit of the obsessive RV shopper in all of us. You are listening to Episode #55: Voices from the Hershey RV Show!

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23 Sep

Greetings from the Hershey RV Show!

Over 52,000 people attended the 2015 Hershey RV Show, smashing last year’s record by over 13 percent.  Of course, RV Family Travel Atlas was there also,  attending as special guests of Progressive at the super fun and interactive Progressive RV.  We had a blast meeting and greeting close to 100 of our smart and attractive podcast listeners…and helping them win some great Progressive schwag, such as t-shirts, sun shades, and A-Flo-ha bobble-head dolls.

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Our podcast listeners were able to test their golf skills at Flo’s 19th Hole…

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Take Flotos on a Hershey-themed green screen…

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And test their luck at the Progressive slot machine, which was totally rigged to give everyone a prize…

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RV aficionados could also sign up for Progressive’s Insiders Guide and leave recommendations for campgrounds, restaurants, and attractions around the country.

And did we mention that there were also some RVs for sale at America’s Largest RV Show?

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Well, there were. Over 33 football fields worth of them.  Two of our dear podcast listeners, Bill and Karen, walked over 13 miles on Friday and pretty much saw every RV on display.

Many podcast listeners stopped by to tell us that they enjoyed our special Six Quick Tips for Enjoying America’s Largest RV Show podcast and that they particularity appreciated our tip to talk to the manufacturer’s representative when seeking information about a rig.  That feedback was great to hear!

We are also very pleased to report that several of our listeners went home as owners of shiny new RV’s.

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Our overall impressions of the show?  The selection was incredible and almost every RV under the sun was there.  This was especially helpful for guests who were exploring options before narrowing down their picks.

We personally gravitate towards the new and unusual, and also anything with retro styling.  And while there were many RVs that fell into those categories, there were many more that demonstrated familiar patterns and designs. Of particular note? The RV industry does seem to be very focused on luxury this year. This was particularly evident in the fifth wheel and motorhome models that we toured.

Nevertheless, the industry is still producing RVs that appeal to all different lifestyles and budgets. It’s hard to imagine that over 52,000 people would have shown up and gone shopping if that wasn’t the case.

Welcome to the start of 2015-2016 RV show season…happy shopping!

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We partnered with Progressive for America’s Largest RV Show, but these thoughts and ideas are our own.

14 Mar

RVFTA #26: Meet Mr. Trailerama

Meet Mr. Trailerama

On Episode #26 of RVFTA: Meet Mr. Trailerama our featured segment is an interview with Phil Noyes, the author of Trailer Travel and Trailerama. We reviewed this great coffee table book on Episode 20 of this podcast and enjoyed the book so much that we wanted to dig a little deeper into the history of the travel trailer. Vintage RVs are all the rage, and Phil Noyes knows pretty much everything there is to know about them. We learned a lot and we know you will, too.

Phil is also the producer of a PBS documentary called Mobile America, which you should definitely checkout after listening to this week’s podcast!

We couldn’t help but replay our movie review of the Long, Long Trailer from Episode 13 of RVFTA. We loved watching this movie and were surprised to realize that even though the campers look different these days, the RV culture hasn’t changed that much at all.

And our last segment is a piece of our own vintage travel trailer history. We are talking about the first trip we took in our own travel trailer to the Finger Lakes Region in New York State, where we stayed at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort.

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We had an amazing time swimming, hiking, kayaking, and exploring beautiful lakes and waterfalls in three state parks.

Keuka Lake State Park

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Watkins Glen State Park

Watkins Glen State Park

 

Buttermilk Falls State Park

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This region is often overlooked as an East Coast RV destination, but we think it is definitely worth a visit!

All of this…and another great giveaway on Episode #26 of RVFTA: Meet Mr. Trailerama!

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10 Mar

Teardrop Campers, Jumping Jacks, A-frames and other RV Showstoppers

During our speaking engagement at the Colorado RV Sports, Boat & Travel Show, we spent a lot of time window shopping and taking the pulse of the crowd.  It quickly became clear that the smallest trailers were the biggest showstoppers–particularly the teardrop campers.  We heard many “oohs” and “ahhs” and had a hard time getting pictures of the trailers without dozens of people in the way. So without further ado, here are our eight favorite small campers–including four fabulous teardrops that made us want to ditch the kids and hitch up for a second honeymoon.

 For more info about all of these units, check out Episode #25 of the RV Family Travel Atlas podcast.

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T@G Max by Little Guy Worldwide (163 inches, 995 LBS)

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The T@G was basically a super-stylish and amenity-filled bed on wheels with rear kitchen.  If you’re looking to get off the ground and cook in a dedicated kitchen with hook ups–then this may be the right teardrop for you.

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T@B S by Little Guy Worldwide (182 inches, 1670 LBS)

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Looking for more than just a bed on wheels?  With a U-Shaped dinette, indoor kitchen and wet bath, the T@B S is one teardrop that won’t give you anything to cry about.  No worries about cooking in the rain either–this kitchen is totally enclosed.

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T@B CS-S by Little Guy Worldwide (180 inches, 1760 LBS)

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Prefer the cute as a button outdoor kitchen but still want the comfort of the U-Shaped dinette and wet bath?  Have no fear, the CS-S is here!  We ultimately liked this T@B best on account of that awesome kitchen and because it provides extra seating on the inside.

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Basecamp Teardrop by Colorado Teardrops (156 inches, 858 LBS)

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Looking for a lower-priced teardrop camper with all of the style but fewer amenities?  Prefer a DIY camp kitchen anyway?  Then check out the Basecamp model from Colorado Teardrops.  Add the bargain-priced solar package to head off the grid for your next great adventure.

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Other Small Trailers

Jumping Jack Jump-Up Tent Trailer (12 Feet, 1245 LBS)

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This multi-purpose trailer is not a pop-up.  It’s a jump up!  Store your ATV’s or kayaks on top and easily unload them at the campground.  Then set this bad boy up in seconds for a comfortable and spacious above ground tent for dry camping in the wild.  Back at home you can quickly turn the Jumping Jack into a utility trailer–perfect for yard work or trips to the recycling center.

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Aliner Classic A-frame (18 Feet, 1850 LBS)

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We have always admired these Aliner a-frames from a distance and now we know why.  They are light, sturdy, and comfortable. With available dormers on select models they are also surprisingly spacious.  Cassette potties and wet baths are available in select models.

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Camp Lite 11-FK Hybrid (11 Foot Box, 1,800 LBS)

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We were immediately attracted by the bold coloring and surprisingly spacious interior of this Camp Lite hybrid.  Because of its aluminum build the manufacturers promise “no rust” and “no rot.”  Because of its stylish looks we promise that it will turn heads at the campground–and man oh man is it lite!

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Arctic Fox 811 Truck Camper (16’8 Feet, 2873 LBS)

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Are truck campers just for hunters and fishermen who like to camp off the grid?  Not when they are as spacious and comfortable as the Arctic Fox 811!  Stephanie had never stepped inside a truck camper before–and she was completely impressed.  The kitchen was larger than kitchens in travel trailers twice its length–and the bedroom looked cozy and comfortable.

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We had such a great time browsing through these units at the Colorado RV Show.  The variety was dazzling–and possibly overwhelming to the first-time buyer.  We can’t wait to spot these sporty and lightweight trailers in a more natural environment…the campground!

 

 

 

 

07 Mar

RVFTA #25: Hello, Cutie! (We Heart Tiny Trailers)

From teardrops to truck campers our featured segment this week is all about the tiny trailer.

We were hanging out at the Colorado RV Show last weekend and couldn’t believe the crowds that gathered around all the small campers. With beds and bathrooms and indoor and outdoor kitchens, these mini RVs can pack a lot of punch.

In this episode, we talk about our eight favorite little cuties from the show (links to each below). Although a tiny trailer doesn’t work for our family right now, it was easy to understand the appeal of traveling lightweight and small.

We also have the second interview in our RV Park Entrepreneurs series.   A little while ago we noticed a trend of young families opening up campgrounds in hip urban areas. On this episode we are talking to Todd Spencer who, along with his wife Dawna, is about to open Sentinel Peak RV Park in Tucson, Arizona. By the end of this interview, a visit to Tucson will be high on your list.

And in case you missed our first interview in the series with Inntown Campground in Nevada City, California, check out RVFTA Episode #21 to catch up!

Stay tuned for a blog post this week with pictures and video clips of all these tiny trailers. If you happen to own a small camper, we would love to hear from you. Brand, quality, pros and cons…send us an email and we will share during our mailbag segment next week!

The Teardrop Cuties:

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A Variety of Cuties:

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Lastly, don’t forget to check out the new blog, Campfire Travelers. Podcast listeners Mandy and Jason came to meet us at the Denver Show and are the definition of enthusiastic family travelers. They are pumping out travel blog content like mad, so head on over and drop them a comment.

All of this…and so much more on Episode 25 of RV Family Travel Atlas: Hello, Cutie! (We Heart Tiny Trailers).

 

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