As the house trailer industry began to gain mainstream popularity in the 1950s, Skyline RVs founder Julius Decio began producing mobile homes in the Elkhart, Indiana. The company expanded to include Skyline RVs in the 1960s, allowing the brand to streamline their efforts and reduce the costs of production, making their products some of the more affordable on the market. This commitment to producing quality homes at the best prices has continued throughout the decades and has allowed the company to expand to include multiple manufacturing facilities throughout the United States. In 2014, Skyline RVs sold off a portion of their RV manufacturing business to Evergreen RV, changing the overall direction of that portion of their business. The company has moved away from the production of travel trailers and RVs in recent years, but Skyline RVs park model structures are a popular sight in RV communities throughout the United States. Skyline RVs partnership with communities in Florida, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, and other popular destinations allows consumers to purchase affordable, well-built vacation homes that have all of the comforts of home while suiting a wide range of budget needs. Some of the most popular features of Skyline RVs current models include all-weather siding, wood cabinetry, LED lighting, shingle roofing, quality insulation and more. Skyline RVs park models also include well equipped kitchens, bathrooms, and comfortable sleeping quarters. There are a wide range of technology and luxury upgrades available to outfit their park model RVs, allowing owners to customize their homes to their liking. As a larger brand, Skyline Champion has more to offer than just Skyline RVs. They are well known throughout the industry for their quality manufactured and modular homes under both the Skyline and Champion banners. They also offer commercial buildings through Champion Commercial. Additionally, their Star Fleet Trucking services provide transportation for housing and RV products.