RV Hall of Fame Worth A Visit

Since we are living in an RV, we were thrilled to visit the RV Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana. The RV Founders Hall displays trailers, photos, and memorabilia reaching back to the 1920’s and 1930’s and is open to the public. The museum presents chronological and technological advancements in the industry from before WW I to the present. Even if you’ve never set foot inside an RV, I’d recommend you visiting the Hall of Fame. How fascinating to see RV’s from the 1930’s to the present. You simply follow the “road” through the building to see early pop up trailers, handmade motor homes and even Mae West’s RV. The displays include shrubs and bushes to create an outdoor feel, along with original blankets and dishes used in the early years of camping. Definitely worth a stop!


Sammy Sole visiting the smallest Airstream ever built


One Response to “RV Hall of Fame Worth A Visit”

  1. Angela Says:

    Did Sammy Grow or is that a really little camp trailer?

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