Here’s three great tips for traveling with a travel trailer.
- Keep a notebook full of your travels. I recommend keeping the maps the campgrounds hand out and making note of the campsites numbers that are your favorite and that work best for your travel trailer. Cross out the campsites that aren’t acceptable or where your trailer won’t fit. This will help you select the best site next time you make a reservation.
- Get a good campground guide and use it. There are campground guides available by state and regions. These guides rate campgrounds and tell you what amenities are available. This will save you from making a lot of phone calls to different campgrounds.
- Get an outdoor patio mat. If you have kids, pets or even if it’s just the two of you, having an outdoor mat outside of your travel trailer will help stop sand, dirt, grass, pine needles, etc, from being tracked into your trailer. Get a nice big mat so you won’t have to remind everyone to wipe their feet before coming in the trailer.
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This is a very cool two story 1953 Lighthouse Duplex Travel Trailer. I’d love to be able to see this trailer in person. You can find a rare picture of a 1955 – 38′ long Lighthouse Duplex Travel Trailer here.