Winnebago Brings 75 Models to Hershey

A picture of the Winnebago Solis Pocket camper van

Winnebago said it will display more than 75 towable and motorized models this week at America’s Largest RV Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Models on display include the Journey Type A, Solis Pocket Type B and Ekko Type C motorhomes. The latest Hike and Micro Minnie towables also will be on display.

“We are excited to be back at Hershey to show our innovative lineup of RVs,” Winnebago Outdoors President Huw Bower said. “We design our products around the evolving needs of our customers, and always with the latest in technology, energy efficiency and space utilization top of mind. Our newest models deliver specialized solutions for consumers’ diverse needs, so they can experience the outdoors and RV community in more ways than ever before.”

Products on display at Hershey include:

  • The Ekko Type C coach was released last fall. At Hershey, the Ekko is showing its optional pop-top for the first time at a consumer event. The pop-top increases the sleeping space to up to four passengers. Other key features include storage areas large enough for bulky gear, all-wheel drive for traction off paved roads and extra insulation for all-season use.
  • The Solis Pocket is Winnebago’s most affordable camper van. The Solis Pocket features extra storage, including a flexible interior cross-coach Murphy-plus platform bed, which is set at a higher point to accommodate bicycles and other gear below. Although the Solis Pocket features extended season camping capabilities and seats up to three passengers, Winnebago said its compact design makes it easy to navigate urban areas as well.
  • The Journey includes modern features from front to back, with additional storage, automotive-grade sound deadening and the Winnebago Connect smart technology control center with mobile app. Winnebago Connect enables RVers to control various systems from a smartphone.
  • The Hike features updated interior and exterior styling, five floorplans and off-road tires and fenders that make easy work out of rough terrain. The multi-use gear storage is big enough to hold outdoor gear, LP tanks, a battery and more. Meanwhile, a roof-mounted solar panel offers uninterrupted power to lights, furnaces, fans and appliances without a generator.
  • The 7-foot-wide Micro Minnie is easy to tow and turn, Winnebago said. The travel trailer includes a large kitchen, a private bathroom, patio speakers and a power awning for open-air entertaining, multiple windows for cross-ventilation and ample storage. Each of the Micro Minnie’s 10 floorplans include interior and exterior storage options.

More details about these and other innovative new RVs are forthcoming. In the meantime, visit for the latest product news.

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