Chalet RV Models

When considering buying an RV there are four principal factors to consider – weight, quality, size, and price. It is important to objectively sit down and look at these points, comparing different brands and models to see which will accommodate the weight capacity of the vehicle that will be towing it, the highest affordable quality, space that will be needed, and which is the best price. There are several folding travel trailers and other models to consider:

Chalet Popup Trailers

The LTW is an affordable, lightweight (1380 lbs) RV, which can easily tow behind smaller vehicles. There are combinations of single and double beds that will sleep three altogether, or a galley model that has a portable table with folding legs, stove, sink, small refrigerator, duel battery setup (without the batteries), gas detector, baggage door, folding entry step, 55 amp converter with battery charger, and a double bed.

Offering two areas that can be used for seating or dining (both change into beds), the Chalet Alpine includes a heater and fan, portable table with folding legs, stainless steel sink, side drawer cabinet, fresh water tank, single 20# propane tank setup, fridge, two burner stove, and other features. Interestingly it is the only model that includes a bunk bed, a feature that is great for under bed storage, pets, or kids.

Another option is the Arrowhead, an RV that features a small couch at one end and a table at the other, both of which convert into beds that provide enough room for 4 people. Included among the standard features are two 22” x 22” skylights, portable table with folding legs, side drawer cabinet, stainless steel sink, a large water tank, reversible 3-speed fan, LP gas detector, water pump, 2 flip up side tables, and a rear baggage door.

For those who have larger families the XL Series includes more width, length, and sleeping accommodations. It will sleep up to six, without getting in the way of any of the range, fresh water tank, TV, microwave, sink, bathroom, or any of its other features. It is the largest solid-wall folding RV on the market, walls that can be raised and lowered with the touch of a button.

Oregon Campers

Rear drive pickup truck owners may consider the Oregon Camper to the best option for them. Providing a special blend of technology, materials, workmanship and engineering, this lightweight camper is one of the most versatile on the market. The Chalet Electric Lift System can raise, or lower, the roof and walls in a matter of minutes. Since it has no overhang, there is nothing to obstruct mirrors while driving, something that tends to happen with some other Oregon type RV’s.

Tekena Travel Trailer

The Takena travel trailer is a bit heavier, weighing in at 2,435 lbs, but is lighter than many other RV’s in its class. Available features include a 15” TV, water heater, sink, dual propane, fan, and a microwave.

Its ultra-light composite materials and aero-dynamic design make it easy to tow with even mid-sized SUV’s and minivans.

These are several of the most affordable and popular models that are available. Buying an RV is one of the most rewarding decisions that a family can make, one that will provide them with enjoyment, comfort, and memories that will last for years into the future.