The Travel Channel recently broadcast a programme called Tricked Out Trailers in the US as part of its Ultimate Travel Series, which took viewers on a tour through some seriously stylsh caravans and motorhomes.

The Travel Channel recently broadcast a programme called Tricked Out Trailers in the US as part of its Ultimate Travel Series, which took viewers on a tour through some seriously stylsh caravans and motorhomes.

The vehicles on show are perhaps a little large for use in the UK and not everyone will want to acquire an HGV licence just to pitch up, but it's interesting to see what camping can consist of when money is no object.

Unfortunately, the Travel Channel doesn’t broadcast in the UK (the UK satellite channel of the same name is unrelated), but there is a six-minute segment from the programme on YouTube, along with some promo videos from the custom outfitter featured in the clip.

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