That's the idea behind TrailManor, a unique hardwall trailer that specially designed to provide the easy folding of a fold-down camper along with the luxury and comfort of a traditional upright travel trailer.
A TrailManor folds down for effecient towing, but sets up in just two minutes, as easily as opening a car trunk. Unlike many folding trailers, you don't have to crank or wrestle with wet canvas or bed supports. You can even open a TrailManor in the rain without the interior getting wet.
TrailManors feature interior amenities you'd expect to find only in larger trailers, including full kitchens with plenty of counterspace and storage, plus hardwall bathrooms. Choose from two-bed, slide out living room, and slide out dinette floorplans.
With our folding swing hitch, you can store most TrailManors in a normal-sized garage.
If you're looking for the perfect travel trailer, TrailManor is the smarter way to RV. Your vacation starts the moment you leave your driveway.
Engineered to be the lightest travel trailer on the road today
It only takes about one extra gallon of gas to tow a TrailManor 100 miles.
You can tow a TrailManor with a properly equipped minivan, crossover, or SUV.
In about two minutes, you can set up your TrailManor - as easy as opening a car trunk.
Imagine being able to store a 30-foot trailer in a standard garage.
Inside a TrailManor, you get amenities you'd expect only in a traditional RVs.
TrailManor RVs cost more than other trailers you might consider. But we put more into TrailManor than other manufacturers.
that folds down easily, and sets up in a matter of minutes, without cranking or wrestling with wet canvas. Today, this idea is recognized as one of the most innovative trailers available in the recreation industry.
The fresh new colors are comfortable, warm and inviting. Beds are permanent and out of the way of the living space. Counter space is plentiful, even on smaller models. And dining tables are spacious and easily stored for travel.
The new TrailManors are really something to see. This year's models feature upscale sofas in colors that are designed to be fashionable–and stay in style for years. Bright maple cabinets, polished pewter hardware and other amenities lend an open airy feel.
If you compare TrailManors to other travel trailers, they are half the weight. The weight reduction is the result of innovative engineering using aircraft technology and materials.
Walls are made from light insulating polystyrene foam sandwiched between aluminum for exceptional strength. There is no particle board or chipboard anywhere in the trailer.
Floors and even countertops are also foam filled, which cost more to build, but greatly reduces towing weight. Folddown models benefit even more because drag is reduced dramatically. TrailManor uses computer design to locate axle position so that trailer sway is avoided. The axles are placed farther back to eliminate the tendency for the trailer to sway. In fact, many TrailManor owners say their trailers tow even better than their tent campers did.
Low profile... easy tow!
With our 3124KB we get the all benefits of a pop-up (lightweight, easy towing, fuel efficiency) and the benefits of a 31 foot travel trailer, (sleeping for 6, no need to move food, personal care goods, cooking items, etc. in bear country). Plus it makes us stand out in a campground!
$$$ saved on gas... comforts of home and safety of operation... that king size bed of my 3124KS was a big factor too!
We wanted easy towing with our cross over, and I wanted a good bed and a dry bath! Love it... and live in it for 5 to 6 weeks comfortably!
Smaller closed, easy to tow, low to see over and around when towing and backing. Faster and easier to set up than pop-up. More weather and sound proof able to use in parks with bears where soft sides are not allowed. Full bathroom, full height roof...
Lightweight, hardsided and roomy.
I was getting blown all over the road. I felt unsafe before my TrailManor - I now tow in comfort and ease.
Wow factor. Every campsite is another tour for a few wannabe TrailManor owners. Always curious about set up, towing and roominess. I think we've converted a few.