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FOB OLLIE by Larry Mountainborn Harmon

FORWARD OPERATING BASE OLLIE By Larry Mountainborn Harmon   With the military many years behind, some of the terminology seems to have remained. I had used the term FOB, an acronym for Forward Operating Base, in a conversation with the Oliver sales manager. Betty and I were describing our camping style and where we wanted […]

Travel Trailers Preparation for the Season

10 Steps to help get your travel trailers preparation ready The days are getting longer and the temperature is rising, our thoughts are on spring and you know what that means for so many of us travelers! It is time for inspection and the summarization of our rv travel trailers to get ready for some [...]

TEN OLIVER YEARS AGO by Larry Mountainborn Harmon

  TEN OLIVER YEARS AGO By Larry Mountainborn Harmon Ten years have went by ever so fast ! And, it seems just like yesterday. It was well after dark as we had left the Oliver Plant in Hohenwald. The factory crew had stayed over late to finish up a few things and we hit the road. It had […]

New Forum is Live!

We want to thank everyone for their patience while we migrated our Forums to olivertraveltrailers.com. The new Forum is now live. If you previously used oliverforums.com or want to register as a new user, please see the thread here : https://olivertraveltrailers.com/topic/instructions-for-registering-logging-in-and-using-the-forums/ If you previously used OliverForums.com, you will need to reset your password. If you […]

March Deliveries

Thank you behalf of the Oliver team to the : McKnight’s, Goodspeed’s, Rasmussen’s, Lister’s, Thompson’s, Ha’s, Phelps, Hileman’s, and Haynes. Happy Camping!!!!  

Welcome Dave Haynes

Dave and Toni Haynes are from Morgan Hill, CA. Morgan Hill is a city in Santa Clara County, California. The city is located in the southernmost portion of Silicon Valley.With origins back to the Rancho period of California, the area initially started as the seat of the Rancho Ojo del Agua de la Coche, of […]

Welcome Dave and Cindy Hileman to Oliver

The Hileman’s are from Raleigh NC.  Raleigh was born as what is known as a “planned” city, which would suggest that somebody wanted it and that there are probably those who love it very much. Which of course is good. Unplanned cities very often grow up to have complexes, insecurities and such. Raleigh has no […]

Welcome Dave and Nancy Phelps

Dave and Nancy are from Portland OR.  Portland is named after the city on the coast of Maine (which was named after the English Isle of Portland), the Oregon settlement began to be populated in the 1830s near the end of the Oregon Trail. Its water access provided convenient transportation of goods, and the timber […]

Welcome Chung Ha to the Oliver Family.

Chung Ha is from Anchorage Alaska. Alaska is th largest state in the United States. History of Anchorage, Alaska. Originally settled as a tent city near the mouth of Ship Creek in 1914, a town site was platted the following year alongside the bluff to the south. Anchorage was mostly a company town for the […]

Welcome Don Thompson

Don Thompson is from North Liberty Iowa. It was originally known as “Big Bottom” or “North Bend” (in reference to its location near the bend of the Iowa River) by its earliest settlers and was later known as “Squash Bend” before the city was platted as North Liberty in 1857.  

Welcome Lanham Lister and Family

Lanham Lister and his family are from Waterloo, IL. The history of Waterloo dates back to the late 18th century when Captain James Moore, a member of George Rogers Clark’s expedition into the Illinois Country in 1778, led his family and a party of 4 other families from Virginia into the region. In the spring […]

Welcome Leonard & Linda Rasmussen

Leonard and Linda are from Port Angeles, WA.The City’s harbor was dubbed Puerto de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles (Port of Our Lady of the Angels) by Spanish explorer Francisco de Eliza in 1791. By the mid-19th century, after settlement by English speakers from the United States, the name was shortened and partially anglicized to its […]

Welcome John Goodspeed and Marianne Odom

John and Marianne are from San Antonio, Texas, which is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage. The Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks an infamous 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico. Following the San Antonio River, the miles-long River Walk is a landmark pedestrian promenade lined […]

Russ & Janie McKnight

Russ and Janie are from York County was created on August 19, 1749 from part of Lancaster County and named either for the Duke of York, an early patron of the Penn family, or for the city and shire of York in England. Its county seat is the city of York. York County is located […]

The Wheelers and their fury friend Lucy

Geoff Wheeler and companion’s are from Northfield, Minnesota. Northfield, Minnesota, is located along the shores of the Cannon River.  It is home to the famous First National Bank of Northfield Minnesota, there the notorious Frank and Jesse James and other members of the James-Younger Gang were halted on Sept 7, 1876, were an attempt to […]

Rich and Donna Nicol

Rich, Donna and their daughter are from Sutton, Vermont. The Town of Sutton is located in the northernmost part of Caledonia County(3,267 ft) with its ski slopes, and to the north is the dramatic Willoughby Gap.

Greg and Janet Gato

Greg and Janet Gato, are from Big Pine Key, FL., which is part of the Florida Keys & Key West. The original inhabitants of the Keys were the Native American Indians. Indian tribes such as the Calusa and Tequesta were living in the Keys when the Spanish discovered Florida in the 1500’s. In 1513, during […]

Meet the Olive’s

Welcome Bruce and Kathryn Olive. Bruce and Kathryn Olive of Durham, NC look forward to hitting the road in their Oliver, accompanied by Oscar the pug. When not traveling around America and Canada, they can be found gardening, painting, welding or doing loops in their restored biplane.

Meet Bruce and Kathryn Olive

Bruce and Kathryn Olive of Durham, NC look forward to hitting the road in their Oliver, accompanied by Oscar the pug. When not traveling around America and Canada, they can be found gardening, painting, welding or doing loops in their restored biplane.

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Oliver Travel Trailers

737 Columbia Highway
Hohenwald, TN 38462
Sales Office Toll Free Phone: 1-888-526-3978
Sales Office Local Phone: 1-931-796-1178
Parts & Service: 1-866-205-2621
Mon - Fri 9:00AM - 5:00PM CST

If you are interested in viewing our manufacturing plant, tours are scheduled Monday thru Friday 10AM CST. Plant tours are available by appointment only and require 24 hour notice.

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