Photo courtesy of Travelaire A towable trailer that hitches onto a ball mount on the tow vehicle and designed as living quarters for recreational travel. For additional details see Travel Trailer - An Introduction.
a mobile camping unit with one or more axles which is pulled behind a vehicle for transport from one location to another
a non-motorized recreational vehicle, or RV, that can be attached to a motorized vehicle such as a car, van, or truck
a type of towable RV
a unit designed to be towed by a car, van or pickup
a unit that is designed to be towed by means of a bumper or frame hitch
a unit that is towed by another vehicle
Any vehicle on wheels, not more than 26 feet long, designed and intended to serve primarily as short-term shelter.
Also referred to as "conventional trailers" these types of trailers have an A-frame and coupler and are attached to a ball mount on the tow vehicle. Travel trailers are available with one, two or three axles.
This self-contained accommodation is towed by means of a bumper frame hitch attached to the towing vehicle.
A travel trailer or caravan is a small trailer in which people can live and travel simultaneously. Caravans in general as well as other types of camping accommodations have had a long and varied history (see below).