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Weird and Wonderful RVs from Around the World.

Last updated: 21 September 2023

Recreational Vehicles come in all shapes and sizes and there’s no shortage of creativity when it comes to personalization and design. While Rosman RV only sells the best RV’s featuring the latest in innovation, style, and quality, there’s something to be said for all the weird and wonderful RV’s out there in the world.

Let’s take a look . . .

1) In Scotland we find the ‘Beer Moth’, a converted 1956 Commer Q4 that holds a lot of quirky charm. The ‘trailer’ section is covered with canvas tarping and contains a victorian double bed and wood stove among other things.

2) A logging company in Canada in the late 1800’s may have been the first to pioneer the Log Home RV. Before the chainsaw was even invented, this company was taking down trees and shipping via railway. They even used some of the trees as a mobile office.

3) Alaska is home to the only ‘Atomic Camper’, a retro-styled camper that’s fully solar powered and includes a full bathroom, kitchen, and shower.

4) The Mojave Desert in California turned up this strange ‘Castle Truck’ that’s being used as a mobile home and blacksmith business. The trailer features bunk beds and an operational blacksmith workshop.

5) The popular ‘Steampunk’ genre found in movies and books is spilling over into the RV world with people creating their travel trailers to look like something directly out of a story book. (**The one that looks like a pig is also a food truck that you can find serving delicious pulled pork sandwiches in Seattle, WA)

We’d definitely have to question the roadworthiness of some of these campers but they all get top marks for innovation and style!

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