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One highlight of our time in Indiana was checking out all the cool RVs at RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart. We almost passed on the opportunity because we were ready to get out of Indiana after a longer stay than we originally planned. We’re glad we decided to go because the museum has a great collection of RVs and you can see some of them in our video below.
Cool RVs at RV/MH Hall of Fame
General admission is $10, $8 for seniors and veterans. Harvest Host members can stay for a night or two and spaces are first-come, first-served. Some of the RVs in our video include:
– 1978 Travco
– Shasta travel trailer
– 1913 “Earl” travel trailer towed by a Model “T” Ford
– 1958 Airstream “der Kleiner Prinz”
– 1969 Pace Arrow
– Star Streak II
– 1984/1985 Fleetwood Bounder
– 1937 Hunt Housecar
– 1974 GMC motorhome
– 1968 Carriage travel trailer
Go RVing elk statue outside the entrance.
Love this sign about The American Journey.
Have you been to RV/MH Hall of Fame? We’d love to hear about your experience and which RVs caught your eye.
2 thoughts on “Cool RVs at RV/MH Hall of Fame”
We were at the Auto Museum in Reno last week and saw a 1921 Ford Kamper sold for $1,250. Have photo and I can email to you if you want.
Hi Tom! That’s awesome. We will check it out when we go through Reno.