2011 TRAILMANOR TrailManor 2720

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RV Type Travel Trailer Exterior N/A
Status PreOwned Roof Type N/A
Stock No B1007663 Leveling N/A
Length 24.0 ft. Suspension N/A
Weight 2742 lbs. Fresh Water 20 gals.
Sleeps 6 person(s) Grey Water 30 gals.
Int. Colour N/A Black Water N/A
Slideouts N/A

TrailManor Travel Trailers are some of most unique RV designs, lite and small when folded, they match characteristics of large hard-wall trailers when opened.

       TrailManor began manufacturing travel trailers in 1983 in Lake City (Tennessee) but surprisingly even after almost 35 years of operation their campers are still little known among RV-ers.

. Interestingly, TrailManor designed some of the most innovative travel trailers you can find on the market. They combine fundamental properties of tent pop-up campers and large hard-wall trailers. These are correspondingly:

  • Low profile in road configuration

That means – easy towing and fuel economy on the road as well as fitting into standard garage for out-of-season storing 

  • Over-end beds 

The benefits are clear: The beds not interfering with living space (like for example in A-frame campers) and offer the permanent sleeping space for 4 adults.

  • Weather-protected hard-wall shell
  • Large living space with all vital amenities
  • The TrailManor travel trailers consist of bottom half-shell and two upper half-shells. When collapsed (travel configuration) they all overlap together forming one box slightly higher than half of the height of the camper in its opened configuration. During the set-up process both upper shells are lifted-up (like in classical Hi-Lo camper), however at the same time in contrast with the latter they are also shifted lengthwise toward the ends of the bottom shell.

    In fact, TrailManor travel trailers do not really belong to the class of folding RVs like for example A-Frame or traditional tent pop-up campers. Some (including the manufacturer) call them Rise Travel Trailers, or “Collapsible” campers, but it seems to me that more accurate name will be Retracting campers (although technically it describes reverse-sense operation).  To make things even more complex, some TrailManor floor-plans include slide-outs. However, in difference to typical lateral slide-outs seen in modern RVs, in TrailManor trailers they are built-in the front of the camper and open lengthwise.

  • Rubber torsion axles with independent suspension
  • Bearing lubrication system
  • 2” x 5” steel frame
  • 3” laminated floor 
  • Metal underbelly
  • 12-v electrical w/55-amp power converter and battery charger
  • Electric brakes
  • 12-volt demand water system
  • Ground fault interrupter
  • 40 gallon fresh water tank (20 gallon on 2720 and 2922 Slide Out models)
  • City water hookup
  • 30-gallon gray water tank
  • Krystal Kote exterior
  • 110 volt outside receptacle
  • Twin 20 lb. gas bottles with automatic changeover
  • LED tail and running lights
  • Outside patio light
  • Stabilizer jacks
  • Radial tires
  • 6-gallon DSI gas/electric water heater
  • Alloy wheels (excludes spare)
  • Spare tire package
  • Outside shower
  • Park cable hookup
  • Fire extinguisher
  • 12-v power in living area
  • Bath with shower tub sink and recirculating toilet
  • 3 burner stove w/oven
  • 3-way 3 cu. ft. refrigerator 
  • Roof vents
  • TV/cable outlet
  • LED interior lights
  • Marble look countertops
  • Fantastic Vent ceiling fan
  • Suburban 20 000 BTU furnace
  • Bedroom privacy curtain
  • Monitor panel
  • Smoke detector CO & LP gas detector
  • Preinstalled wiring for radio/ stereo
  • A Perennial Favorite. For Lots of Good Reasons.

    The TrailManor 2720 Series has become our most popular model series for good reason: All of TrailManor’s unique benefits shine through in these trailers.

    You don’t have to have a big tow vehicle–you can tow these trailers with a properly equipped minivan crossover or SUV. The 2720 Series trailers store easily in a standard size garage. You can set up these units in just two minutes and unlike a tent camper you can even do it in the rain without everything inside getting wet.

    Towing is virtually effortless and it only takes one extra gallon of gas to tow these trailers 100 miles. Better yet there are great amenities such as a hardwall bathroom with shower and tub a full kitchen and great floorplan choices so you can pick what interior environment best suits your vacation lifestyle.

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