John, our trailer is a 1987, but like I said, we did not get it in Canada, but in Oregon. We are the third owners and I don't know how it was originally imported into the US. We did look at trailers in Canada and talked by phone with both Customs Brokers (private enterpise folks who help other people import/export goods) and Customs Agents/Border Patrol Agents (federal employees). Both sources indicated that it would not be difficult to import a Bigfoot
., but I don't remember specific details about what was required because in the end we didn't go that route.
I'll try to get a look at our trailer tomorrow to see what sort of stickers it might have on it. I do remember it has something, but not sure what.
Also , Bob Miller is correct. In WA state you can get an Enhanced Driver's License
to use for going back and forth across the border. Cheaper than a passport. It's what I use!
Friends of ours bought a brand new Escape
and I believe the company brought the trailer across the border to them in Blaine, WA.