This cute little trailer sleeps two in one double bed, perfect for a couple or one
single. It has its original birch wood interior, upholstery and exterior. It has
a vintage fishing theme that has a real mountain cabin feel, however it still is
an excellent choice for a romantic get-a-way.
Roomy dinette in the front of the trailer.
Double bed in rear sleeps two comfortably. All linens and towels (except pool towels)
are included. Roomy closet next to bed. No bathroom, but clean campground restrooms
with hot showers are nearby.
Kitchen features a small sink, stovetop (no oven) and an icebox. As usual, the Starlite
provides block ice upon check in. Dishes, utensils, basic cookware and a coffee
Outside amenities include lounge chairs, picnic table, fire pit, charcoal grill and
awning. It also features several vintage camping props such as a vintage cooler
chest and a 1950’s Texas Ranger mini bike. Trailer faces the Royal Gorge Bridge!
Truly a vintage camping experience!
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History of Ginny
Ginny was built in 1954 by Aljoa Travel Trailers (a division of Modernistic Industries)
in El Monte, CA. An interesting fact about Aljoas... In 1956 they were sued by Alcoa
Aluminum claming it was too close of a name since it was an aluminum trailer, and
Alcoa won. Aljoa simply dropped the “a” on the end of the name, and in 1957 the
name changed to Aljo. Aljos are still manufactured today, making them one of the
longest running trailer brands.
We found Ginny in Boulder, CO on a Craig’s List ad. We knew it was a nice little
trailer but upon close inspection we decided to leave it in it’s original, genuine
condition (where Ginny got her name). After all, they are original only once and
it seemed such a shame to take this one apart, even though she does have a few minor
“beauty marks”. We hope you can appreciate as well the amazement that a 60 year
old trailer can survive in this sort of condition.