When selecting a travel trailer, consider the use of the trailer, such as the duration of a typical trip, the number of people attending the trip and the compatibility of the trailer with the vehicle that will haul the trailer, suggests AlsTrailers.com. Also consider the planned budget for the travel trailer, along with what features can be compromised for price.
Also consider the weight of the trailer so that a specific vehicle can transport it without issues. Do this by estimating the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of the travel trailer, which is how much the trailer weighs when fully loaded with gear. Research the trailer to work out all of the pros and cons and decide what can or cannot be given up to decide on a suitable price range. Travel trailers range in price from $20,000 to $35,000 as of September 2015, states AlsTrailers.com.
If a large number of people will be camping in the trailer, consider the space of it so that it can be comfortable for all people to sleep; most travel trailers can comfortably fit up to six people. Also consider location, and decide whether the trailer should include units for cooking and a bathroom, as not all campgrounds provide these amenities, according to ReserveAmerica.com.