The newest product to join our full line up of RVs is the White Hawk travel trailer. Introduced at the recent National RV Trade Show in Louisville, KY, the White Hawk offers everything you expect in a traditional travel trailer but it’s able to be towed by most half-ton trucks and mid-size SUVs.
“Our goal was to offer a travel trailer full of the features and amenities while providing a unit that could be towed by most family vehicles at an affordable price.” Ben Johnson, Brand Manager for the White Hawk, said. “We wanted to make the entire camping experience more enjoyable for the owner, from the towing to set up to take down.” Johnson said.
The biggest benefit of the White Hawk compared to other ultra lite travel trailers, is that the White Hawk provides considerably more room with its 36-inch deep slide outs. And with six different floorplans, families have plenty of options to choose from.
Unique features of the White Hawk travel trailer include the Chill ‘N Store outdoor baggage compartment with a 1.5 cubic foot exterior refrigerator, MaxView dinette window extra light, innovative aerodynamic curved profile and Wide-Stance Tracker Axles for enhanced towability, extra exterior lights for added safety and convenience, a thermal package with a heated and enclosed underbelly and a standard premium exterior paint package.
The kitchen makes cooking in the White Hawk a breeze with a 6.3 cubic foot Norcold refrigerator with external temperature adjustments and an Atwood high-efficiency oven. The kitchen also features a deep 60/40 acrylic sink with sink covers, decorative backsplash, and recessed halogen lights.
The White Hawk’s livability qualities include residential style furniture and carpeting, hidden switch command/charging center, ball bearing drawer guides, woodgrain accent wall paneling and dinette table, high efficiency furnace and water heater and central air conditioning with directional and closeable vents. The exterior features radial tires, dark tint safety glass windows, a 4-inch crowned, fully walkable roof, and marine grade exterior speakers.
“The goal for the White Hawk was to provide more for less and we think we met that goal. We’ve built one of the most well-equipped lightweight travel trailers on the market,” said Ben Johnson. To learn more about the new White Hawk travel trailer and watch a video tour, click here. You can also visit your local Jayco dealer to see the White Hawk for yourself.