Like cars, travel trailers are made by different manufacturers. We have highlighted some of the most popular manufacturers below:
Gulf Stream

Gulf Stream

Gulf Stream was founded by an Amish entrepreneur in a small town in Indian in 1971. Now, a family run business it has become one of the leading trailer manufacturers. Known for their advanced technology in woodworking and manufacturing, this family business continues to be on the cutting edge of the trailer market. Today's models include the Bounty Hunter, Crescendo 325, and the Gladiator.
Fleetwood

Fleetwood

Fleetwood began servicing the recreational vehicle market in 1950 and continue today as one of the largest in not the largest trailer manufacturer in the nation. They are located in Riverside, CA and are became a public company in 1965. Fleetwood specializes in travel trailers and motor homes and provide strong quality in leisure and comfort.

Fifth wheel models include the Quantum, Regal, and Advantage. The travel trailer models include Terry, Prowler, Wilderness, and Pioneer, and the ultralite travel trailers include the Backpack, Compass, Orbit, Pegasus, Dakota, Lynx, and Yukon. They also make toy haulers and those models include Gearbox, Formula, and Nitrous Hyperlite.

Air Stream

Air Stream

The first Air Stream was created in the 1930's and was designed by Wally Byam. He called it the Air Stream because it was light enough to not put to much pressure on the vehicle towing it and thus it "steamed through the air". The company philosophy today remains not to make changes but to make improvement and therefore the original model has been modernized and improved to make the products of today.

Travel Trailer models include Basecamp, Safari, International, Classic Limited, Interstate, and DWR.

Coachmen

Coachmen

Coachman was founded in 1964 by three brothers who were committed to not only building good trailers but to their clientele and customer service even more. Located in Middlebury, Indians, the company has grown to be a top player in the recreational vehicle market. The company went public in 1972 and was approved for the NYSE in 1984.

Travel trailer models include Captiva, Capri and Spirit of America. Fifth Wheels include Chapparal and Wyoming. The folding camper model is the Clipper Classic, Clipper Sport, and Clipper Off Road.

Jayco

Jayco

Jayco was started in 1968 by a man on a farm with a supportive wife. Lloyd Bontrager wanted to create a company that made a difference when it came to faith and family and the first Jayco was designed and patented by Bontrager on their farm in Indiana. Today the company has over 1600 employees and is still located in Middlebury, Indiana, but it is no longer headquartered on a farm.

Travel trailer models include Jay Flight, Jay Flight G2, Eagle, Jay Feather, Baja, and Jay Flight Bungalow. Fifth Wheel models include the Eagle Superlite and the Designer. Jayco also makes toy haulers.

Forest River

Forest River

Founded in 1966 by Peter Liegl, Forest River corporate offices and manufacturing locations are on the mid-west and the west coast. Forest River is innovative and has many models for recreational purposes. Travel trailer and fifth wheel models include Cardinal, Cedar Creek, Cherokee, Daydreamer, Salem, Sandpiper, Sierra, V-Cross, Flagstaff, Rockwood, Surveyor, Wildcat, and Wildwood.
These represent just some of the trailer brands as we have included our list of the best travel trailer manufacturers.