How cute is this little camper from the latest Cath Kidston online magazine? (Thanks Will)! It's a vintage 70s Abbey and I'm loving it's little Cath Kidston floral trimmings (you might have to take a closer look by visiting the magazine). Every year about this time I start dreaming of taking a little road trip in a cute little vintage trailer just like this and always find myself searching the classifieds for a possible treasure. If you go back in time here, I'm sure you'll find many posts on camping. Here's this year's quest.
First off, let's take a look at vintage trailers:
|Jadite Jane (Sister #71)|
|Button Willow (Sister #595)|
|Miss Rodeo (Sister #6)|
|Trinity Bunkhouse - 1957 Westerner [Sister # 1033]|
|Photo: Lise Beaudry|
And then there are the new.
The Outback by Trillium Trailers
The Outback has got to be one of the cutest "new" trailers being made out there. Based on the popular Boler trailer (see above), this Calgary (Alberta)-based company has created a newer looking version filled with the latest technologies (check out their Build Your Own Outback page for a list of all available options).
GO! from Sylvan Sport
The GO! by Sylvan Sport may just very well be the coolest camper (well tent trailer) around. Designed to be a one-of-a-kind mobile adventure trailer that's even more versatile than a Swiss Army knife. It's lightweight and easy to manage in the parking lot, garage or on the road. Weighing in at 800 lbs, the GO! can be pulled by even the smallest cars.
What's your favourite? Maybe I've missed a gem?
Previous posts on camping:
Can Camping Be This Beautiful