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Vintage Campers: Would You Live In One?

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If you are a fan of Vintage Campers then you will fall in love with this post! Here are a few of our top favorite campers for you to enjoy! I am sure by the end of this post you will want a camper. In Europe, the origins of travel trailers and caravanning can be traced back to traveling Romani people (‘Gypsies’), and showmen who spent most of their lives in horse drawn trailers. Would you live in one?

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Rachelle is a blogger, mother, and editor. Inspired by her adorable daughter, Kenzie, she created the blog Kenziepoo, where you’ll find everything from clothes to nursery decor. She also is the editor of La Petite, an online magazine for kids. Read bio and latest posts → Read Rachelle's latest posts →

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0 thoughts on “Vintage Campers: Would You Live In One?

  1. Melanie says:

    These are all so cute!! I would love to have one of these for vacations, but not to live in year around, at least not in Texas. See my husband and I are in the process of building a new home, so we thought it would be a good idea to get a camper for all of us, him, I, and our three large dogs, to live in for now. Wrong! Campers are great in the spring and fall, but we didt have water for days during a winter freeze and now the ac runs constantly and we are still burning up. Mind you we live in Texas and it’s 100+ and no sign of letting up. Oh and did I mention that I am almost 8 months pregnant! We like to take risks :) Anyway, love the VACATION campers!!

  2. Becca says:

    Vintage trailers have so much character – sweet stories to share from their past. I own a 1977 Serro Scotty HiLander trunkback and I LOVE her. She is all original except for the roof A/C that the previous owner installed and the new fridge I installed. And, she was injured in February when she had a blowout while I was pulling her on the Interstate. Amazing how much damage a wheel well can do to cabinets! But she’s fixed and I’m a ‘happy camper’ once again.

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