Check Out The Oliver Legacy Elite Travel Trailer

The are two types of people in this world – those who RV, and those who don’t. Those who RV are further split into two categories –  those who ascribe to the ‘bigger is better’ philosophy, and those who prefer ‘small and cozy’ spaces.

Oliver Travel Trailers are definitely all about small and cozy spaces. But don’t let this 18.5 foot trailer fool you, it’s got everything you need.

The new Oliver Legacy Elite Travel Trailer is a 18′ 5″ long trailer with an external width of 6’ 6” and an interior height of 6’1″. The GVWR is 5,000 pounds.

Oliver Legacy Elite


The aluminum custom molded fiberglass shell complete with a matching propane cover and spare tire cover offers up a clean, polished look.

The Legacy Elite Travel Trailer is available in a choice of two standard floor plans.

The first features a 4-seater dinette that converts into a full size bed, along with a side dinette that converts into a single bed.

Here it is with the dinettes converted into beds.

The second floor plan has a rear seat that converts into a bed along with nightstand and fold down table. The side seating also converts in a bed.

The Interior

A full bath is located at the front of the trailer next to a full length closet.

Bright overhead lights give the trailer a clean look. The kitchen features a flush mounted two burner stove, three way refrigerator, a microwave, and plenty of drawers and compartments.

A television with DVD, CD and mp3 player make entertainment a breeze, while the remote controlled MaxxAir fan and double pane windows with screens provide fresh air and privacy.

What is the price for this compact beauty you ask? Starting around $20,000 and up to $40,00o with all the extra options.

Oliver Travel Trailers are located in Hohenwald Tennessee, where you can tour the Legacy Elite Trailer. To find out more about Olive Travel Trailers contact them directly.

What do you think? Is the Legacy Elite the ideal trailer for you? Let us know in the comment section below.

What do you think?