named by its creator Ray Olecko for its resemblance to the Bowler hat, is
the original Canadian lightweight travel trailer. Built from 1968 to 1978,
the Boler was a favourite with families for many years and still invokes
stories of vacations past whenever one is spotted cruising the highway.
We believe this unique piece
of Canadian history is worth saving.
Thirty years later,
the Boler is enjoying a revival from outdoor-minded people looking for a
trailer that can be towed by a car or compact SUV. Olecko demonstrated his
lightweight claim by picking up the hitch and personally pulling the Boler
across an RV dealers lot. Whether hooking up to a vehicle, towing
through city streets or backing into a cozy campsite, youll find it
as easy to move as he did.