Here's a picture of our Aristocrat travel trailer in Glacier Park. There's a little tear drop trailer in the distance going through the loop. I really only saw two other vintage trailers. The tear drop and one canned ham. Both were really nice. Ours will be nice with paint and a few repairs, but it works really well as it is. We stayed in it a total of 6 days now and with the fridge running the whole time and have yet to use one propane bottle, and didn't need to charge the RV battery. No need for a generator with this trailer. I hate those things anyway. If you are going to annoy people with a generator at least shell out for a Honda.
I was blown away by one massive triple axle fifth wheel some guy pulled through the campground. My gosh.. It was huge, and only two people using it. I wouldn't have had the nerve to pull that thing through there like that. I had to wonder if they need a structure that big for camping why not just stay home? They pulled into one spot and didn't stay. I think because they couldn't extend all of the slide-outs. When they built Apgar Campground I don't think they ever imagined campers that large trying to squeeze in.
There were a few Chalet style campers which look like an A frame pop up. That seems to be the choice for people wanting a small camper these days. I guess that would be my choice if I were forced to have a new camper.