RV Urban Explorer

Explore Nature & New Cities

You know the kinds of people who want to give up all the comforts of modern life when they go camping, and you know that you’re not one of those people.

Best of Both Worlds

Admit it, you love living in the city and you love getting out in nature but you don’t want to choose between the two. You just might be an Urban Explorer and traveling from one campground to the next is the perfect thing for you.

Getting away to a campsite in a travel trailer means you keep the comfort you’re used to with a kitchen, hot running water, comfortable furniture, and private bathroom facilities. Plus, you can still go hiking, fishing, boating, or any other nature activity in your camping area. It is the best of both worlds.

Towing a camper trailer also means you can unhitch and take the towing vehicle into the nearest city for a night on the town.

urban city traveling camper trailer

Who says you can’t enjoy hiking, canoeing, and a nice meal downtown all in the same day. And all without an expensive hotel bill.

Olivers are great for those who enjoy exploring nature as much as they do visiting new cities. Our trailers are made especially to be aerodynamic and stable while towing. Our 23-foot travel trailer is big enough to relax in and contained enough to transport easily. Plus, our double-hulled fiberglass construction means you’ll be as comfortable in upstate New York in the winter as you will be outside of Phoenix, Arizona in the summer.

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50 of the Best Places to Visit in the USA

Once you retire from punching the clock, it is time to hit the road in your RV or travel trailer. You more than likely have quite a few stops to check off your bucket list. Studies have shown that you can save a lot of money by visiting these places in an RV or travel trailer. Here are the top 50 places throughout the U.S. that you should consider adding to your bucket list of upcoming vacation stops.