Travel trailers or caravans are designed to be towed by another vehicle such as a car or 4wd. They’re hooked up by way of a bumper or trailer hitch. They’re much more protected and comfortable than a camper trailer or tent.
The history of travel trailers trace back to Europe where the Romani people, otherwise known as gypsies, lived and traveled in their horse-drawn homes.
The Bristol Carriage Company brought the first leisure trailer to us in 1880, which was built for a gentleman named Dr. W. Gordon-Stables.
They have come a long way since its humble beginnings and is now a popular way of vacationing all around the world, especially with families and the ever-increasing grey nomad population.
A huge advantage of owning a travel trailer is that if you love traveling or camping, you can pretty well stop anywhere and rest for a while. No worries about pitching a tent or setting up your camping trailer. No need for expensive hotels or arranging hotel reservations. When you get tired, just pull over and have a rest on a comfortable bed. Boil the kettle for a coffee and have a bite to eat.
Travel trailers range in sizes, from the basic model which comprises of just a single axle two berth caravan with very limited kitchen facilities and no toilet, to the much larger triple axle models, comprising all the luxuries of a home away from home.
Coleman offers a huge range of models from an easy to tow single axle 17’6″ trailer to the triple axle 39’6″ trailer.
Choose from a Coleman Hybrid travel trailer where they combine the features of a camper trailer and a hard-sided trailer.
The Coleman RV features all the comforts of home and range from a comfortable bedding configuration of two to six.
If you prefer more room to move, then the Coleman Fifth Wheel Travel Trailer would be more suited to your needs. They’re designed to be towed by a pick up with a special hitch in the truck bed.
All Coleman Travel Trailers are innovative in their design and have luxury foremost in their mind.
Even the most basic of models offer standard features that go way beyond “comfortable”.
Just some of the standard features include:
• air conditioning
• heated water tanks
• AM/FM/CD with interior speakers
• LCD flat screen HD TV
• DVD player
• systems monitor panel
• all weather flooring
• heavy duty wear rated fabrics
• solid wood raised panel cabinet doors
• window dressings
• cooktop stoves and oven
• range hood with 12v light and exhaust fan
• microwave oven
• galley sink
• large double door refrigerator
• tub and shower surround
• foot pedal flush toilet
• fire extinguisher
• smoke detectors
• detachable 30 amp power cord
• battery charger
• innerspring mattress
• safety glass windows
• LP quick connect for the exterior grill
• exterior patio light
Depending on the model, you have the option to upgrade many features.
Again, the pricing will vary according to the features you’ve chosen.
There’s plenty of used models available at RV sales dealerships