Vintage Travel Trailer

Vintage Travel Trailer

by Sharon
(Sun Life RV Park, AZ)

Vintage Camping Trailers

Vintage Camping Trailers

What is it? Here's a very unusual vintage travel trailer with a roof that resembles a canoe. Does anyone know what kind of a trailer this is?

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Jun 24, 2017
1976 Ace Traveler
by: Sherry

I recently purchased a 1976 Ace Traveler. It appears to be difficult to find information on these, other than the location of the manufacturer. I would love to hear from anyone who may have information or a lead for me to follow.
Thank you

Jun 07, 2017
Award travel trailers
by: Marc

Hi Folks, I'm from Nova Scotia Canada and own a 1990 723 Award TT.

These trailers are the best towing trailers ever. at 3000lb for a 23ft and tongue load 250lb they are light and very aerodynamic (as good as a airstream).

I tow mine with a 4lt Dodge caravan and get 18mpg. If you can find a good one grab it.

We towed ours last summer 2016 15,000 km across US and back through Canada. Great trip and turned lots of heads.

email me at champy1232001 @ if you have any questions.

cheers Marc

Feb 01, 2017
1995 Classic 30 for sale
by: John Page

I am the original owner of a 1995 Award Classic 30,
Ordered from the factory in March of 1995 with every available option, rear door, heat strip in ac, ice maker.etc. 4500 lbs. dry weight.

Not in perfect condition but in very good condition, used very little but covered and maintained.

We have bought a class c and con't need both rv's.

Also selling an Equalizer 4 point hitch system purchased less than 2 years ago rated at 10,000 capacity,used less than a dozen times.

Unit was serviced in spring of 2015 and new tires added.

Contact: John Page twopages @

Jul 10, 2016
Award Trailer
by: camping with gass

We just bought one. 23 feet long, twin beds in back. 1994 Award travel trailer. Built in Ontario Canada and modelled after European style camping caravans.

Nov 24, 2014
I have one!!!
by: Polly

This is a Award trailer--made in Canada--I own one identical to this!!!!

Aug 17, 2012
Canadian Made Award Trailer
by: ed

Anyone know of anyone selling an award trailer, please email me @

Jan 04, 2012
Award Camper Lightweight
by: Anonymous

I own an Award camper, made in Canada, I believe about a 1986 model. I am interested in getting a value on it and selling it in the near future. Located in middle Georgia.

Aug 29, 2011
Award Trailer
by: Anonymous

This is an AWARD, it was made in Canada and is still made. They are under 5000 lb. weight.

Jul 29, 2011
Ace Camper
by: Anonymous

The 4 aces comes from Ace campers in Alfred, Maine. My husband and I live the next town over, in Shapleigh, Maine. We purchased a 1971 and remodeled it. Beautiful "tank" they don't build them like this anymore!

Mar 25, 2011
Ace Traveler
by: Gibby

This message may not be directed properly, but I saw a reference to an Ace caravan, and am wondering if that refers to the Ace Traveler Co. of Alfred Maine?

I collect vintage license plates, and acquired an Ace Traveler name plate in a recently purchased collection. I'm curious as to the approximate date of manufacture and if it has any value to vintage trailer owners. It is made of plastic and features the four suits of ace cards. I can send a photo.


Mar 03, 2011
What kind is this?
by: Anonymous

This is an Award travel trailer. Very nice trailers to own.

Jan 05, 2010
Ace Caravan Club
by: Sharon

This is definitely the same trailer we saw. Thanks for sharing the link.

The company website says they have been producing these lightweight aerodynamic trailers since the early 1960s. There is an Ace caravan club for owners and a gallery of photos on the site for used Ace caravans for sale, & new models with slide-outs.

Jan 04, 2010
Award Travel Trailer
by: Anonymous

Jan 04, 2010
It's an Award Trailer
by: Anonymous

I believe canadian made. Very expensive but very nice inside.

Jan 04, 2010
Ford Motorhome Chassis
by: Sharon

We purchased the photo from Istock. The photographers name is Steven Allen. He is a professional photographer, and has a really nice website called

This Class C motor-home photo was taken leaving Monument Valley Navajo National Park in Utah.

It looks as if the photographer may have altered the picture so the graphics were all disguised. We know it's a Ford motorhome chassis, but so many RV manufacturers use this chassis it's tough to say for sure what brand or model.

We think it looks like an Itasca.

Jan 04, 2010
by: Rob Den

It looks like a European model I once saw.

What is the class C RV on the front of your website?


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