Keystone Passport Ultra Lite Expandable Travel Trailers

Passport Ultra Lite Travel Trailers

Once again, Passport by Keystone RV is building a line of expandable, tent end travel trailer RVs.  These new hybrid campers are extremely lightweight.  And easily towed by a properly equipped half ton truck, SUV or Cross-over style vehicle.   The new Passport EXP models are in stock and ready to go camping.

With Passport, we make it easy to stamp the mind with memories, help the kids fill their pockets with precious knickknacks, create a one-of-a-kind album of snap shots. Because Passport is lighter and fully equipped, it is easier to grab and go, giving you plenty of opportunity to hit the road on a moment’s notice. Whether you are looking for a small, couples coach that can be towed with a crossover vehicle, or a lager family bunk house model that doesn’t require a big truck, Passport has more choices for you. Go ahead and fill the blank pages and enjoy the story as it unfolds.

Check out all the models that Passport offers at Pennsylvania RV dealer, Lerch RV.  At our dealership, Passport has become our top-selling ultra lite RV brand.  Visit our Milroy, PA dealer location and see why you never want to travel without your Passport.

Keystone Passport ultra lite expandable travel trailer RV camper

Looking for a RV? Learn the lingo…

Most Pennsylvanians know that RVs and campers fall into two general categories, according to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. However to help you remember, we have compiled a list of the all the major classes of RVs.

Tow-able RVs, which are designed to be towed by a motorized vehicle (car, SUV, van or pickup truck) and are of such size and weight as not to require a special highway movement permit. They do not require permanent on-site hookup. These include folding camping trailers, truck campers, travel trailers and fifth-wheel travel trailers.

Motorized RVs, which are built on or as an integral part of a self-propelled motor vehicle chassis, combining transportation and living quarters in one unit. These include class A, B and C motor homes, which all must be driven to your destination.

Examples of each type are listed below.

Tow-able Trailers

  • folding camping trailer — A lightweight unit with sides that collapse for towing and storage. The folding camping trailer combines the experience of open-air tent camping with sleeping comforts, basic conveniences and weather protection found in other RVs.
  • truck camper — A unit loaded onto, or affixed to, the bed or chassis of a pickup. The truck camper is popular for back-road journeys, accessing remote locales and family recreational camping.
  • travel trailer — A unit designed to be towed by a car, van or pickup by means of a frame hitch, the travel trailer provides all the comforts of home and is perfectly adaptable for weekend getaways, family vacations and full-timing.
  • hybrid/expandable travel trailer – A lighter weight unit designed to provide you with hard sides that can be towed by a car, van, suv or truck by means of a frame mounted hitch. Provides the conveniences of a full size camper, but offsets the weight by having tip out, or fold down canvas tent end bedding areas.
  • fifth-wheel travel trailer — Designed to be affixed and towed by a pickup equipped with special hitch in the truck bed, these two-level units can provide the greatest living of all tow-able RVs. Fifth-wheel travel trailers come equipped with all the comforts of home, and are perfectly adaptable for weekend getaways, family vacations and full-timing.

Motorized Coaches

  • class A motorhome — Also commonly referred to as the conventional motor home, it is the largest, most luxurious of the motorized RVs — a virtual “home-away from-home” on wheels, fully loaded and equipped for short trips, lengthy vacations and full-timing. It’s entirely constructed on a bare, specially designed motor-vehicle chassis.
  • class B motorhome — Also commonly referred to as the van camper, it is a cargo van that has been customized to include temporary sleeping, eating and bathroom facilities.
  • class C motorhome — Sometimes referred to as a mini-motorhome, it provides the conveniences of a larger motorhome in a scaled-down version and at a lower price. It is built on an automotive manufactured van frame with an attached cab section.
Information found at RV Terminology by HGTV.