A Complete guide to molded fiberglass campers and RVs

Created by: Travels with Ted The RV Life Experts June 20, 2022

Fiberglass campers are travel trailers that are made by pouring fiberglass into a production mold. Typically, the top and bottom are each poured into a mold and sealed together.

Fiberglass trailers are great for towing. They are lightweight, and their shape makes them more aerodynamic. Most fiberglass campers have a dry weight between 1,500 and 6,000 pounds.

One of the biggest benefits of molded fiberglass campers is their high-quality construction. Since fiberglass campers have few exterior seams, they are much less likely to face leaks .

Fiberglass campers hold their value well, but they also cost more when purchased new or used. Large fiberglass campers with all the interior amenities will cost campers $50,000+

Unlike most types of RVs, almost all molded fiberglass campers are well-built. This means you can’t go wrong with almost any fiberglass RV. Here are our favorite makes and models.

Scamp is one of the best known names in the fiberglass RV industry. Their 13′ Deluxe models fit a ton of features into a tiny package.

Best Tiny Fiberglass Camper

The Oliver Legacy Elite II is a 23.5 feet long travel trailer, and features tons of upgrades not available in all fiberglass campers.

Best Luxury Fiberglass Camper

For families of four or more who want a fiberglass trailer, the 17 foot Casita Heritage is the perfect rig. It comes with a large convertible dinette and bunk beds.

Best Fiberglass Camper For Families


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