Our Model 2518 series is back by popular demand! This model has 25 feet of living space inside when open and it is 18 feet in length for storage and/or towing. We brought it back because we continue to get so many requests for it. A new brochure is being developed as we write this newsletter. We’ll put more information on our web page (www.trailmanor.com) as we have it.

We are excited to have Como RV in Inverness, Florida showing TrailManor travel trailers. You can find them at 1601 W. Main St. Their phone is 352-344-1411. Their website is www.comorv.com.

We spoke with Randy Samson who is the president of the TrailManor TrailBlazers Club several weeks ago. It is always good to hear about their planned rallies; they always have such a good time. Randy said they are always looking for new members/friends to be part of their group. You can reach Randy at email: rjs16016@gmail.com You can read more about their club on their website that is linked to our www.trailmanor.com website.

Have you seen the makeover projects that some TrailManor owners have completed? They’ve been posting photos on the TrailManor Fans Facebook page. They are very interesting and very creative ideas. One of the many good things about owning a TrailManor is that they last a long time and their resale value is better than any other travel trailer. TrailManors may cost a little more new than other travel trailers but they are built to last a very long time. So in the long run – by the time you calculate the savings on gas mileage and the savings with being able to store a TrailManor in your home garage (saving storage fees) – owning a TrailManor costs less than other travel trailers.

We’ve been having beautiful weather in South Dakota! The evenings have been cool and the days warm. The state is gearing up for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Remember to watch out for our motorcycle travelers on the highways and byways no matter where you are traveling.

We hope you are enjoying good summer days and nights. We appreciate hearing from you.


Paul Wipf