We Write About RVing and the RV Lifestyle

We reach over 1.5 million people yearly via our blog, Pinterest and Instagram. Our goal is to inspire you to discover the RV lifestyle.

Here is a screenshot of my magazine article on RV Today.

It’s All About Family

Hello and welcome to Go Travel Trailers. My name is Ray, and my wife Tammy and I, after having sold our old pop-up camper, recently purchased a Jayco Jayflight. Several years ago, we got rid of the small camper we had as we were busy with our jobs, raising kids, and all the other fun stuff we do as parents.

However, now we are empty nesters as our youngest son is off to college. We have always loved the RV lifestyle, and we have many friends who own RVs, so this was the best time to get back in.

Our 2014 Heartland North Trail Caliber Edition.

About Ray

I was raised in Brooklyn, NY. I now live in Richardson, Texas, and work full-time as a Telecom Project Manager. I am also the co-owner of RV Automations.

RV Automation is a small RV technology company my friend Mike and I started. We invented and manufactured our flagship product, the “Alert Command,” an Automatic Generator Start System with text alerts.

I research and write most of the content on this site which is one of the things I love to do. We take pride in providing high-quality, well-researched, and informative content.

About Tammy

Tammy was born and raised in Oklahoma and works full-time for a nationwide telecom company as a data analyst. Tammy does much of the site’s financial management and ensures the light is kept on. She also does a lot of research which I then convert into articles.

As you can see below, our family loves the outdoors.

About Our Content

Buying an RV can be an exhilarating and very liberating experience. After all, you are gaining a certain amount of freedom you otherwise might not have. But the opposite can also be true. Your shopping experience can be painfully frustrating and filled with disappointment.

On this website, we document and write about our experiences researching and learning about the different types and models of RV. We review RVs, products, and other RV-related gear and accessories.

Our RV reviews are based on either actual experience or based on online research we conduct. I’m sure you can understand that owning every RV we write about would be a little impractical and very expensive, to say the least.

I am not associated with any RV manufacturer or dealer, but I am a co-owner of RV Automations which develops and sells automation products to the RV industry.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us. Let me know if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. Use this email address to contact me.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is Go Travel Trailers about?
A. Go Travel Trailers is an online resource on travel trailers, including but not limited to towables, fifth wheels, pop-up campers, and motorhomes. We feature RVs, manufacturers, models, floor plans, maintenance tips, and industry news articles.

Q. Is Go Travel Trailers associated with any RV manufacturers or dealers?
A. NO! we are not associated with or connected to any RV manufacturer or dealer. I am, however, a co-founder of RV Automations, a small RV tech company that manufactures an RV Auto Generator Start System.

Q. Do you accept paid advertisements from industry businesses such as dealers, manufacturers, etc.?
A. Yes, we accept sponsored posts on our website, and such posts will be labeled “Sponsored Post.” You will also find third-party display ads on our site that AdThrive serves.

Q. Do you accept free products for reviews?
A. Yes, we do accept free products in exchange for a review. Those reviews will have a “Sponsored Post” label. Please read our product review guidelines if interested in sending us a product for review.

Q. Do paying advertisers influence your article or reviews?
A. We strive to provide information not influenced by advertisers who have chosen to display their ads on our website. When we review a travel trailer or spotlight a specific model, we will give you both the pros and cons.

Q. Do you own every travel trailer you review?
A. We would be very poor if we did. Our travel trailer content is usually comprised of the following four types.

  1. The author owns the travel trailer they are reviewing.
  2. We have researched forums, and Facebook groups, talked to owners, etc., to gain insight into the travel trailer we are writing about.
  3. A local dealer has permitted us to do a thorough walk-through and review.
  4. The article is a ‘spotlight” rather than a review. This article highlights features, construction, amenities, and options to give you an idea of what the model is going for.

Q. Why are your comments closed?
A. We used to have our comments open on each post, but the comment spam and the rudeness of some people made me close comments for good. I have found that those who genuinely want to ask a question or contribute will contact us directly.