Home - Motorhomes - Class B - Class C - Travel Trailers - 5th Wheels - Truck Campers - Bus Conversions
RVs For Sale - Search this site - Support this site - Wanted Ads - Sell your RV - Contact Us

Fiberglass Travel trailers

Egg Camper

Molded Fiberglass Manufacturers

Bigfoot Travel Trailers
These units are made in Canada. They are typically very well insulated. They are well respected and typically bring a high price! (Bigfoot Archives)

Casita Travel Trailers
Casita travel trailers are probably the most popular of the molded fiberglass units. They are made in 13', 16, and 17' lengths. They show their units through a network of current owners who show their personal units. (Casita Archives)

Eggcamper trailers come in two floorplans (A and B). They are unique in that the two piece mold is vertically down the center rather than vertically (top and bottom) like the other manufacturers. The Eggcampers started being made in 2007. (Eggcamper Archives)

Scamp Travel Trailers
Scamp has been building lightweight fiberglass travel trailers since 1972. (Scamp Archives)

No Longer Manufactured

Acorn trailers are the predecessor to Scamp trailers. (Acorn Archives)

Amerigo Travel Trailers
Amerigo trailers were manufactured by Gardener, Inc which was a subsidiary of KOA (Kampgrounds). The units are 2-piece molded fiberglass. They are more box-shaped compared to the rounded egg shaped counterparts. (Amerigo Archives)

Eco Travel Trailers
Manufactured in Aurora, Nebraska by Century, Mfg., around 1970-1976. This trailer was one of the "American made Boler" clones. The name was reportedly an acronym of the given names of the three brothers who owned the company. Also known as ECO Featherlite. (Eco Archives)

Perris Valley
Perris Valley made truck campers, travel trailers, and 5th wheels from the early 1970's to 1990 including molded fiberglass trailers and 5th wheel units. (Perris Valley Archives)

These units were made for the rental business that never took off. The units were later sold. All of the units were 13' units with no bathroom. (U-Haul Archives)

Manufacturer Sites

Bigfoot Travel Trailers
Casita Travel Trailers
Escape Trailers
Scamp Trailers
Trillium Trailers

Why Fiberglass?

Durability - The molded fiberglass shells are very durable and not susceptible to hail damage

Maintenance - The exterior requires very little maintenance with just a periodic wash and wax

Weight - Most of the units are towable by ordinary Mini-vans and SUVs

Safety - Unlike pop-ups, these units have hard sides

All content copyright 2001-2023 ViewRVs.com and cannot be used without written permission.

Home - Contact Us - Airstream Archives - Site Terms of Use - Search - Sell your RV - Donate - Advertising Information

Archiving unique recreational vehicles since 2001!