Best Small Travel Trailers in 2022 (Under 2,000 Pounds) (2022)

Small camper trailers that are easy to tow are the next big thing. These are the best small travel trailers that weigh under 2,000 pounds!

With so many Americans looking to travel as safely as possible, travel trailers have become extremely popular over the past several months. We recently purchased a 13 foot lightweight fiberglass camper (I’m calling it my tiny home on wheels) and it took me over a month to research the best camper trailers that are both lightweight and easy to tow.

Scott and I don’t need a travel trailer with a ton of indoor space because we prefer to spend most of our time outdoors while camping and we didn’t want to have to buy a large truck just to tow around a camper.

Lucky for us, the small travel trailer market has come a long way over the past few years and it turns out we have quite a few options.

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Best Small Travel Trailers (Small Campers)

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Scamp Travel Trailers

Located in Backus, Minnesota, Scamp has been making quality fiberglass travel trailers since the early 1970’s and they have quite the cult following. Their used trailers hold their value and cost almost as much as their brand new ones — if you can even find one used!

I had originally wanted a used Scamp, but quickly found this would be like finding a needle in a haystack, so I instead placed an order for a new one and also quickly found out there was an 8-month wait list.

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They offer two Scamp campers under 2,000 pounds — a 13 foot and a 16 foot — and you can choose between several layouts. The 16 foot was pushing it a bit for us on weight and we wanted our trailer to be as light as possible, so we chose the 13 foot with no bathroom (also known as layout 1). We bought a small portable toilet and solar shower for those times when we will be camping off grid.

The 13 foot Scamp camper weighs 1,200-1,500 pounds and the 16 foot weighs 1,700-2,000 pounds. This range depends on whether or not you get a bathroom and which other options you choose for your camper. Keep in mind for towing capacity: this is dry weight (the weight of your trailer without any of your gear packed inside).

With a price tag starting at about $12,500, Scamp is definitely one of the most affordable small campers on the market. However, this price tag is fairly bare bones and you can easily spend $17,000+ for a 13 foot after adding options (I know this from personal experience).

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Happier Camper HC1 Trailer

Happier Camper is located in Los Angeles, California and they make some of the most adorable ultralight camper trailers on the market. For those of us on the West Coast who want to visit the factory before deciding on a camper, it’s much easier to visit Los Angeles than Backus Minnesota. Not to mention, it’s MUCH easier in the winter.

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These campers start at $24,950 (for the 10 foot HC1) and have a dry weight of 1,100 pounds. Their standard features include off grid capabilities and an Adaptiv modular system which allows you to easily adjust the interior of your travel trailer to suit your needs. From camping, to hauling, to guest quarters, you can create the layout you want in just minutes.

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Timberleaf Teardrop Camper Trailer

Built in Grand Junction, Colorado, the Timberleaf Teardrop is perfect for people who prefer a trailer that will fit in the garage and who mainly just want to use their trailer to sleep. With a dry weight of 1500 pounds and an overall height of 65″, their Classic trailer is extremely easy to tow.

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It has a cute kitchen off the back with all the basic amenities. If you’re camping in the rain, you’ll just need to make sure you have a canopy above you. One of the coolest features of this trailer is that they offer “all-road” or “off-road” packages if you plan to camp off road.

The even have a lighter and more compact version of this trailer called “The Pika” that weighs only 1025 pounds. Prices for The Pika start at $13,200 and prices for The Classic start at $21,500.

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Safari Alto Camper Trailer

I fell in love with the Safari Alto and could not wait to get my hands on one! Unfortunately, I found out they were located in Quebec City, Canada and they do not deliver to the USA. So if I wanted one, I would need to drive to Canada and their current lead time is about 9 months. All of that being said, I would still absolutely buy one in the future and here’s why…

It is one of the few all-inclusive travel trailers that will fit in most garages (because of the retractable roof) and fitting my camper in a garage was a must for me when searching for the perfect small trailer. The Safari Alto has an aluminum frame and floor, weighs about 1800 pounds, is 17 foot 4 inches long, and the price begins at $38,000 CAD.

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TAXA Cricket Camper Trailer

Another great camper that will fit in your garage! The rugged TAXA Cricket has a dry weight of 1,800 pounds, is 15 feet long and features a pop-up roof. There’s tons of storage space, and TAXA boasts superior cross ventilation in this compact camper. This one also comes with an exterior shower with both hot and cold water.

If you’re looking to pick up a camper at their headquarters, they are located in Houston, Texas. TAXA does not show any prices on their website. You’ll need to email them to request a price list.

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Dinky Dub Travel Trailer

Not only does Dub Box make the absolute cutest trailers, but they also have the nicest customer service reps! If I had not found the perfect used camper, I would love to have a Dinky Dub (and at some point I might even add one to my collection and turn it into an Airbnb).

Their smallest travel trailer, The Dinky Dub, is a pop up trailer that looks like a vintage VW bus! The total length is 13 foot 6 inches, with a height of 6 foot 9 inches and a dry weight of 1,100 pounds.

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This small camper trailer, The Adventure I, is fairly basic with a hand-pump sink and space for a portable cooler and pricing starts at $27,300. The Adventure II comes with a kitchenette (3-burner stove, fridge and sink) and an electric water heater. Prices for the Adventure II start at $28,000.

Dub Box’s headquarters are located in Aurora, Oregon.

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Meerkat Teardrop Camper

This company is located out of San Diego, California and they offer a couple of cute and compact travel trailer options. Their smallest, The Meerkat, is 13 foot long and weighs only 900 pounds! It comes with a small kitchen (with just a sink and an ice box), has a pop top and a porta-potty. You can email or call them for pricing and options.

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Casita Travel Trailers

Casita makes a 16 foot standard camper with a dry weight of 1,970 pounds. They used to make a 13 foot camper (similar to the Scamp) but they stopped manufacturing those so you can only find the 13 foot used.

I really like Casita’s layouts and craftsmanship. They are slightly more luxurious than a Scamp, but they also weight a little more and they are more expensive — with prices for the 16 foot standard starting at $19,924.

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If you’re not sure which camper to buy, I highly recommend renting one on RVshare first in order to get a feel for what it’s really like!

What type of car is best to tow a small travel trailer?

One thing I want to note for anyone who has never towed with their vehicle before is to please consider safety first. There are far too many people who push the limits of their car’s towing capacity and it’s not only unsafe for you and your family, but it’s unsafe for other people on the road.

When searching for a car, SUV or truck to tow your travel trailer, max towing capacity is not the only thing to check. You’ll want to check the max tongue weight — which allows you to safely control the trailer when hitched. (If you don’t know what tongue weight is, this article does a good job of explaining it.)

As a general rule, you never want to tow at your max capacity. Always keep it under to be safe. Also, something many people don’t realize is that the weight inside your vehicle (gear and passengers) should be added to your tow weight. Don’t assume that you can just move gear from your trailer to your car because your trailer is overweight.

Also, keep in mind that tow capacity changes based on whether your trailer has its own brakes or if you are using your tow vehicle for brakes.

We had brakes added to our camper (even though it only has a dry weight of about 1,100) because we want to put less strain on our car and the owner’s manual shows a tow capacity of 1,000 for a trailer without brakes versus 3,000 for a trailer WITH brakes!

If you’re curious about our set up, we originally wanted an SUV, but the ones that could tow at least 3,000 pounds ended up being a lot bigger than we had anticipated. We ended up finding a great deal on a Subaru Outback 3.6R Limited. We’re really happy with the size of it and it has everything we wanted in a car!

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FAQs

Who makes the most dependable travel trailer? ›

7 Best Travel Trailer Brands of 2022
  • Airstream.
  • Grand Design RV.
  • Oliver Travel Trailers.
  • Lance Campers.
  • Outdoors RV.
  • Winnebago.
  • Jayco.
16 Feb 2022

What is the smallest Casita trailer? ›

Casita Liberty
  • Sleeps: 2-4.
  • Overall Length: 17'
  • Dry Weight: 2,480 lbs.
  • Interior Height: 6'2"
  • Overall Height: 8'11"
  • Overall Width: 6'8"

What is the best selling travel trailer brand? ›

The 10 Best Travel Trailer Brands in 2022
  • Airstream.
  • Winnebago Industries.
  • Grand Design RV.
  • Happier Camper.
  • Oliver Travel Trailers.
  • Starcraft.
  • Lance Campers.
  • Shasta RV.
2 Sept 2022

What is the most durable travel trailer? ›

These Are the Most Reliable RV Brands of 2022
  • Newmar.
  • Leisure Travel Vans.
  • Heartland RV.
  • Winnebago.
  • Airstream.
  • Grand Design RV.
  • Riverstone by Forest River.
2 Jan 2022

How do I choose a travel trailer? ›

10 Pieces of Advice From RV Experts When Buying a Travel Trailer
  1. Decide on Size. ...
  2. Make Sure You Have Enough Storage. ...
  3. Look for Damage Before Buying (Aesthetic) ...
  4. Look for Damage Before Buying (Mechanical) ...
  5. Choose a Travel Trailer Based on Your Lifestyle. ...
  6. Check How The Drain System Works. ...
  7. Match Your Towing Vehicle to Your RV.
10 Apr 2020

What is the lightest jayco? ›

Introducing Jay Feather Micro. The brand-new Jay Feather Micro is Jayco's lightest travel trailer. Weighing under 4,500 lbs., this camper delivers the essentials, and then some, in a smaller package.

How much do small travel trailers weigh? ›

A smaller travel trailer – about 22 feet long or less – has an average weight of about 2,800 pounds. The unloaded weight range is typically between 1,200 and 3,900 pounds. The gross vehicle weight rating of small travel trailers varies from 1,900 pounds up to 4,500 pounds.

How long is the wait for a casita trailer? ›

A rough estimate of our lead time is 11-12 months.

How long do Casita trailers last? ›

The word casita means 'small house' in Spanish. And that's just what it is! Fully equipped with every life need (except in some cases, no bathroom), these RVs are small, lightweight, single-axle 'mobile homes' so to speak. They have been around for about 40 years, and they can last over a lifetime.

How much is a new Casita travel trailer? ›

For a new Casita camping trailer, expect prices to start around $24,000. Prices will rise depending on which make and floor plan you choose, along with whether or not you want the standard or deluxe version.
...
Casita Freedom.
Sleeps2-4
Dry WeightStandard 2210/Deluxe 2480
Base PriceStandard $23,996/Deluxe $25,694

Is jayco worth the money? ›

Jayco RVs are known for their exceptional quality and high standards. They have a wide variety of layouts available for nearly any traveler, and their RVs are affordable. A few things that set Jayco apart from its competitors include its Magnum Truss Roof System.

How long does a travel trailer last? ›

Luckily, travel trailers will last for around 10 years on average. However, 10 years is only the average life expectancy for a travel trailer. Some trailers will last longer, and some will have a shorter lifespan. That said, what you do to maintain your trailer is very important.

Is Coleman a good travel trailer? ›

Overall, on most customer review sites, Coleman gets a solid 4 stars out of 5. Customers find Coleman travel trailers to be extremely livable with functional floor plans and fun features.

What is better fiberglass or aluminum travel trailers? ›

Fiberglass wins hands-down in durability, shine and cleanliness. However aluminum sided campers have been, and will be, around forever.

What is the best trailer to buy? ›

The 15 best travel trailers
#NameBest for
1BowlusBest overall
2Living VehicleBest high-end
3WinnebagoBest value
4AirstreamBest for remote work
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Are travel trailers a good investment? ›

Is an RV a Financial Investment? The short answer is no. With the exception of some in-demand vintage models, the value of an RV depreciates over time. An RV is an investment in a lifestyle, but you can mitigate the expense by renting it out when not in use through a third-party rental site like Outdoorsy or RVshare.

What are the most common problems with travel trailers? ›

Today we're discussing the top three RV problems you're most likely to encounter and what you should do about them.
  1. Leaky Roof. Water leaks are pretty much inevitable when RVing. ...
  2. Electrical Issues. Just like your actual home, your RV is likely to run into electrical problems from time to time. ...
  3. Slide Out Problems.
22 Jan 2021

What is the most popular travel trailer length? ›

With that said, most travel trailers typically range anywhere from 12 feet to 35 feet long. A simple, 12-foot travel trailer allows enough comfortable space for one or two people (most likely a couple). Meanwhile, a 35-foot trailer allows enough space for up to 10 people.

What size travel trailer is right for me? ›

In this article, we get into the different travel trailer sizes and include a travel trailer size chart for you.
...
Travel Trailer Size Chart.
Trailer LengthWeightSleeps
24 – 26 feet3600 – 4100 pounds4-7
28 – 30 feet4300 – 4900 pounds4-7
32 – 38 feet7200 – 8500 pounds9-12
39 – 40 feet7690 – 10495 pounds9-12
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How much does a small camper with bathroom cost? ›

New Small Campers with Bathrooms for Sale
MODELPRICE
Winnebago Micro Minnie 2020$ 22,172
Scamp Trailer 13” Deluxe 2020$18,795
Airstream Basecamp 2021$39,100
Happier Camper 2020$29,950
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What are mini campers called? ›

A micro camper, also called mini camper, is a lightweight trailer RV that weighs between 400 and 1,000 pounds; although some more luxurious micro campers can weigh up to 4,000 pounds. Being so lightweight, a mini camper can be towed by smaller, less powerful vehicles.

Can I pull a travel trailer with an SUV? ›

Towing a travel trailer with an SUV has become a common choice. A full-size SUV makes a great all-purpose family vehicle, and it can pull a good-sized travel trailer when you do take to the open road. A full-sized SUV will have a towing capacity of between 7,000 and 8,000 lbs.

What is the smallest travel trailer Jayco makes? ›

At just 13 feet in length and a touch over 7 feet tall, the Jayco Hummingbird 10RK is the smallest in the company's line of ultralightweight travel trailers.

How much does a Jayco Featherlite weight? ›

The smallest travel trailer in the Jayco lineup, is sure to offer a floorplan that fits into any lifestyle. Weight 1,585 - 4,695 lbs.

How much does the Jayco Jay Feather Micro cost? ›

Starting at $20,663. Towable by most mid-size tow vehicles, the Jay Feather Micro is the lightest travel trailer from Jayco. It's ideal for couples and small families who love getting outdoors for a genuine camping experience but may not enjoy sleeping on the ground.

How much does a scamp travel trailer weigh? ›

You can expect an average scamp trailer weight to be about 2,050 pounds (930 kg). When looking at the specs for different scamp trailers, the weight will also be listed as dry or wet weight.

How much does teardrop trailer weigh? ›

Teardrop trailers typically weigh less than 4,000 lbs. Because of their compact size and lightweight construction, they can be towed by smaller vehicles – think light-duty trucks, crossovers, SUVs, and family vans.

How much does a 5x8 trailer weigh? ›

At only 775 pounds, this 5x8 utility trailer weight is manageable yet mighty, accommodating payloads of up to 2,215 pounds. A Leonard 5x8 trailer is an excellent investment for a budding company or anyone with vehicles or equipment to move on a regular basis.

Are Casita trailers worth it? ›

Casita trailers are very well made and durable. They are excellent designs that maximize living space and storage in a small and lite weight trailer. They are very easy to tow and setup. The Liberty Deluxe model offers the most flexibility in layout.

Why do Casita trailers have carpet on the walls? ›

Why is there a carpet-like material on the walls? It primarily works as a backing to the foam insulation, but it also cuts down on noise and gives our trailers a homey, comfortable feel. It also keeps moisture and condensation from forming on the walls, as condensation usually forms on hard surfaces.

Do Casita trailers hold their value? ›

Casita Travel Trailers manufactures five different molded fiberglass RVs at a family-owned and operated facility in Texas. These are known for retaining almost 100% of their value, even several years down the line!

Why are Casita trailers so popular? ›

Based in Texas and family-owned to this day, Casita continues to provide top-of-the-line fiberglass trailers. Their popularity is based on their lightweight design, seamless fiberglass construction, fuel efficiency, and opportunity for customization.

Are Casitas well insulated? ›

The wood floor construction is completely sealed inside of trailer, preventing rotting from road moisture and dust penetration. The insulated interior of each Casita Travel Trailer eliminates interior condensation, keeps the coach cool in summer and warm in winter, and it reduces outside noise levels.

Do Casita travel trailers have air conditioning? ›

RV Tour of the Outside of our Casita Trailer

Our Casita trailer is 17 feet long, under 9 feet tall, and under 7 feet wide. The smaller 16' version of this trailer is only 7'8” feet tall since it does not have a rooftop air conditioner and has a lower interior height.

Do Casita trailers have bathrooms? ›

In every trailer we manufacturer, Casita offers campers their choice of the luxury of extra space for gear and/or bunks (our standard trailer option), or the convenience of a bathroom with toilet and shower (our deluxe trailer option).

How much does a 17 ft Casita cost? ›

Starting at $32,694, Make this custom 17' Deluxe Casita truly yours by customizing every feature, add-on, and interior color to your liking.

What is the weight of a Casita trailer? ›

Used 2017 Casita 17 Spirit Deluxe
Sleeps3
Exterior ColorWhite
Hitch Weight350 lbs
Gross Weight3000 lbs
Dry Weight2500 lbs
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Is Jayco going out of business? ›

Jayco Inc. will continue to operate and manage the company the same way they have done for years and warranties and service will remain the same. We are not coming in to change everything.

Are Jayco campers made by the Amish? ›

Jayco is based in Middlebury, Indiana, and about three-quarters of its 3,200-person workforce is from the Amish and Mennonite communities of Indiana.

Do Jayco camper trailers leak? ›

Unfortunately, water leaks are one of the most common problems RVers using Jayco campers face. It can be incredibly frustrating contending with water leaks if you don't know where they come from or how to look for them.

What is the best month to buy a camper? ›

During October and November, sales nosedive, leading to some pretty good discounts. December and January are even slower, making them the best months for RV shopping. Things are still fairly slow in February too, but tend to pick back up sometime in March.

Do all travel trailers leak? ›

The best brands of travel trailers that are less likely to leak include Airstream, Winnebago, Starcraft, Lance, and Shasta. However, every travel trailer has the potential to leak. But if it has a roof, it can spring a leak. So in a way, this is good news!

Should travel trailers be covered in the winter? ›

The benefits to covering your RV with an RV cover are: Protect your RVs paint, finish, fabrics and various other components from UV damage. Prevent dust, dirt, sap or bird droppings from accumulating on, or from damaging your RV. Water resistant to repel rain and snow while being breathable to allow moisture to escape.

Is Coleman a cheap brand? ›

Coleman is an old business, making decent quality products while being affordable. Coleman campers are good, even if they're not the highest quality on the market. They have solid construction, an affordable price, and plenty of features. These points make them very convenient for many families who want to go camping.

Can you walk on the roof of a Coleman camper? ›

How And When To Walk On Your RV Roof - YouTube

Who makes Coleman travel Trailer? ›

Over the years, different RV manufacturers licensed the Coleman name. Today, the Coleman lineup includes expandable models, travel trailers and toy haulers, all built under the Dutchmen Manufacturing roof in Goshen, Indiana, where the company just celebrated its 25th anniversary building reputable RVs.

How long does a travel trailer last? ›

Luckily, travel trailers will last for around 10 years on average. However, 10 years is only the average life expectancy for a travel trailer. Some trailers will last longer, and some will have a shorter lifespan. That said, what you do to maintain your trailer is very important.

Are Jayco travel trailers good? ›

Jayco RVs are known for their exceptional quality and high standards. They have a wide variety of layouts available for nearly any traveler, and their RVs are affordable. A few things that set Jayco apart from its competitors include its Magnum Truss Roof System.

Is Thor a quality RV? ›

Question: Is Thor a Good Brand of RV? Answer: Thor has a wide range of RVs, and most of their products offer good value. While there are some quality issues, you can pick some affordable models that offer excellent functionality.

Does Dutchmen make good trailers? ›

Our review team found that Dutchmen is overall a good RV brand, giving it 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. The company earns points for offering fifth wheels, travel trailers, and toy haulers at a wide range of price points, giving people from a wide range of financial situations access to RV life.

What is the best month to buy a camper? ›

During October and November, sales nosedive, leading to some pretty good discounts. December and January are even slower, making them the best months for RV shopping. Things are still fairly slow in February too, but tend to pick back up sometime in March.

What is the best trailer to buy? ›

The 15 best travel trailers
#NameBest for
1BowlusBest overall
2Living VehicleBest high-end
3WinnebagoBest value
4AirstreamBest for remote work
11 more rows
7 Jan 2022

Is buying a travel trailer a good investment? ›

Is an RV a Financial Investment? The short answer is no. With the exception of some in-demand vintage models, the value of an RV depreciates over time. An RV is an investment in a lifestyle, but you can mitigate the expense by renting it out when not in use through a third-party rental site like Outdoorsy or RVshare.

Is Jayco going out of business? ›

Jayco Inc. will continue to operate and manage the company the same way they have done for years and warranties and service will remain the same. We are not coming in to change everything.

Do Jayco camper trailers leak? ›

Unfortunately, water leaks are one of the most common problems RVers using Jayco campers face. It can be incredibly frustrating contending with water leaks if you don't know where they come from or how to look for them.

What is the best Jayco model? ›

5 Best Jayco Travel Trailers in 2021
  • 5 Best Jayco Travel Trailers in 2021. ...
  • 2021 Jay Feather Micro 199MBS Travel Trailer. ...
  • Jayco Eagle Travel Trailer 340DROK. ...
  • 2021 Jayco Flight 34RLOK. ...
  • 2021 Jayco White Hawk 26RK: Lightweight Luxury. ...
  • Jayco Eagle HT 312BHOK.
13 May 2021

Is Forest River owned by Thor? ›

To continue the Thor investment model, Forest River, Inc. and its divisions were acquired by Berkshire Hathaway, a major investment firm owned by Warren Buffett. Here's an example of 'Big-Buying-Little. ' Thor's Airstream division purchased the assets of Nest Caravans in Oregon to get this unique monocoque design.

Does Thor make jayco? ›

Thor Industries, Inc. is an American manufacturer of recreational vehicles (RVs). The company sells towable and motorized RVs through its subsidiaries brands including Airstream, Heartland RV, Jayco, Livin Lite RV, and others. The company's headquarters is in Elkhart, Indiana.

Why are RVs so expensive right now? ›

With RV and camper sales booming and supply chain issues making it harder for manufacturers to keep up with demand, it's particularly difficult to get your hands on your dream camper or RV right now, even a few years after the pandemic first hit. Or if you can find one, you'll likely pay a premium for it.

Are Dutchmen cheap? ›

This past December a study concluded that the Dutch spend significantly less than any other European nation on holiday gifts and celebrations. Germans spent the most, followed by Belgians and Italians. Dutchies are (not surprisingly) at the very bottom of the pack.

Is Coleman a good travel trailer? ›

Overall, on most customer review sites, Coleman gets a solid 4 stars out of 5. Customers find Coleman travel trailers to be extremely livable with functional floor plans and fun features.

Are Keystone and Dutchman the same? ›

Keystone RV, a subsidiary of Thor Industries, owns Dutchmen RV. Thor Industries acquired the company in 1991 after Dutchmen RV became the second-largest manufacturer of travel trailers and fifth wheels.

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