In November of 2010, Dutchmen RV, a leading manufacturer of recreational vehicle products, introduced a new brand name, the Aspen Trail travel trailer. This new line of travel trailers to their large RV inventory became Dutchmen’s product for an entry level price range towable. When new, the Aspen Trail had 15 floorplans and retailed between $13,990 and $29,990. Now, just three years later, the new brand to Dutchmen’s towable lineup already boasts owning the RDVA (Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association) Circle Quality Award.
The current Aspen Trail line has 4 floorplans in the Aspen Trail Mini line and 16 models for the Aspen Trail travel trailer line, with lengths ranging from 19 feet to 38 feet in length. Aspen Trail Travel Trailers offer a high-end look, yet still provide affordability in the price. Dutchmen RV designed the large variety of floorplans to assure they can deliver the floorplan that’s ideal for your family.
Dutchmen likes to think of their trailers more as recreational homes and that is evident with the amenities the company puts into their floorplans and décor. The large selections of floorplans lets you choose either a front or rear living area design, front or rear sleeping, including bunk bed models, and a slideout floorplan option with dinettes converting to bunks or beds. Kitchens are placed mid-trailer and most bathrooms are in the rear of the units, with the exception of a couple of floorplans that offer a bath right off the queen bed sleeping area.
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Each model has large pass through storage, convertible dinettes for extra sleeping areas, 60” by 80” beds, full extension drawers, Cherry glazed cabinets, and wood plank “beau-flor” flooring. The units are constructed with a heated and enclosed underbelly and an aerodynamic fiberglass front with diamond plates. These attributes also include an aerodynamic design and axle positioning which allows for improved handling and gas mileage.
The smallest Aspen Trail Travel Trailer is the Aspen Trail Mini 1400. So light, just 2,700 lbs., it can be pulled by small SUVs or mini vans. This single axle unit has an oversized dinette and a sofa that covert in a bed, a full kitchen, air conditioning, TV hookup, bath with step-in shower, storage, and an awning. 2013 MSRPs of around $16,500 are already reduced by many dealerships.
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