Winnebago Reintroduces the Minnie

Dating back to the early 1970’s, the Winnebago Minnie Class C motorhome traversed America’s highways, bound for camping destinations near & far. It was a basic, minimal frills motorhome that lasted until the 2006 model year.

Winnebago Industries has dusted off the name, but this time it’s on one of their new towables. The Minnie travel trailer offers floor plans ranging from 19-26 feet in length, all but one having a slide out. The colors offered are white, bright lemon, and lime fiberglass exterior. These appear to be sister trailers to Winnebago’s SunnyBrook Harmony division, as the styling and floorplans are nearly identical, with the exception of the Minnie’s bold color schemes.

Currently the Winnebago website has not been updated to include the Minnie. However, RV Business reports the MSRP of the Minnie to be just under $16,000 for the entry level model. There are a few popping up for sale on as well.

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  1. It’s great to see Winnebago building travel trailers again especially in smaller sizes. I only wish they would also consider a small 18-22′ class A motor Home again. Winnebag design, enginering and quality are top notch. We had a 33′ Winebago class A motorhome in the 90’s we drove coast to coast and camped boon docking as well as in camp grounds. Winebago builds a great product and as far as i know is the only company to sterap and secure all appliances and cabinets not not break loose in a rollover acident.


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