The following sites are great resources of information about vintage travel trailers as well as photos, tips, parts and accessories. Check them out!
Home of the Tin Can Tourists of America, a trailer camping organization founded in 1919. Their site has a lot of information on vintage trailers, as well as a classifieds section listing trailers for sale, and an extensive Pinterest page.
Vintage trailer owner and enthusiast Kelle Arvay’s site features articles about vintage trailers, accessories, camping and glamping. The site is frequently updated with photos, product reviews, how to’s, events, and vintage travel trailers for sale. As their tagline states, it’s all about “happiness on wheels.”
If you are looking for videos of vintage trailer restorations then Canned Ham Trailers is for you. Their site has loads of informative videos featuring trailer restorations by mobiltec, “Helping you do it yourself.”
Vintage Camper Trailers is a bi-monthly printed magazine with an issue available for viewing online as well as information on vintage trailer rallies. Trailerites Unite!
Australia’s Touring Heritage. Vintage Caravans is an Australian travel trailer website with an active forum community and plenty of vintage trailer restorations and images.
Shopping for parts or accessories? Try the Vintage Trailer Supply. Their site has a large assortment of vintage travel trailer parts and accessories to choose from.
Last but not least, eBay has an extensive section of vintage travel trailers for sale as well as parts and accessories. If you are looking for a vintage trailer for sale, give eBay a visit. Be sure to know what to look for when buying a vintage travel trailer!
If you know of or have a site that you feel should be included in this list, then please feel free to let us know.