For your travels, modern RVs may provide a great deal of comfort and convenience. They won’t be as warm and inviting as your home, but they can get very close.
However, comfort is frequently associated with enormous size, heavyweight, and a high price. And not everyone is capable of or willing to deal with any of these compromises.
With that in mind, we’ve decided to highlight the top ten mini campers we’ve come across. Needless to say, they lack the space required to provide opulent levels of comfort, but they do have plenty of surprises in store for you. They’re frequently inexpensive to rent or finance.
The Best Micro Campers
Happier Camper HC1 Travel Trailer
Starting at $35,450
The Happier Camper HC1 travel trailer is top on our list of favorite tiny campers. This is the third smallest camper on our list, measuring 13 feet in length, and it is possibly the most amazing type among the featured campers.
The HC1 travel trailer has a retro appearance on the outside but is packed with technology on the inside. The Adaptiv modular platform system, which allows you to change the arrangement of the camper on the fly, is the most noticeable feature of this camper.
If you’re traveling with your entire family, for example, you might cover the entire floor of the camper with bed sheets to create five sleeping places. You might also create a plan that focuses on the bathroom or kitchen. You can also leave the camper’s floor uncovered so that you can bring your toys or watercraft with you.
Needless to say, you’ll have to purchase all of the Adaptiv gear for this camper separately. However, it’s incredible that such a small camper has so much capability.
Apart from the Adaptiv platform, this camper has a few additional noteworthy features. How wonderful is it, for example, that its shell is comprised of double-insulated fiberglass? This camper is not only toasty on the inside during those chilly nights, but it is also built very strong yet light for its size.
When it comes to dimensions and weight, the HC1 camper weighs in at 1,100 pounds dry. Because you’re unlikely to utilize this camper without add-ons, the weight with options is a more helpful metric – the HC1 typically weighs between 1,200 and 1,800 pounds with optional packages.
Overall, the Happier Camper HC1 travel trailer has a lot of unique features for its size.
TAXA Cricket Camper
Starting around $32,000
Taxa’s Cricket camper is a very cool-looking type. It has a strong futuristic vibe, which may not be to everyone’s liking.
However, appearance isn’t the most important factor to consider while choosing a camper. Fortunately, the Cricket camper has a lot to offer in addition to its attractive style.
Although this camper is not as light and compact as the HC1 camper we just saw, it is still a very portable model. It is one of the lightest campers available, weighing only 1,500 pounds when dry and measuring 15 feet in length. Although it isn’t among some of the shortest trailers, 15 feet isn’t excessive.
The Cricket camper’s pop-up roof is a standout feature. It not only provides more headroom but also improves ventilation.
The Cricket camper has a lot of sleeping space, which is impressive. This camper offers two bedroom sections for adults and two sleeping places for children, making it suitable for most families.
The Cricket provides all of the facilities one would expect for a room of this size. It doesn’t have a bathroom, but it does have an outside shower and a portable toilet that can be purchased separately.
The Cricket camper, on the other hand, has a dining room as well as kitchen facilities for food preparation.
It should be mentioned that TAXA offers two types of cricket packages: Cricket Camp and Cricket Trek. The Cricket Trek camper has a roof rack for surfboards or bikes, which is the biggest difference between these two models.
TAXA Tigermoth Camper
Starting Price $20,311
Although the Tigermoth camper by TAXA appears to be less appealing than the Cricket camper, certain individuals will like what it has to offer.
To begin with, the Tigermoth camper is smaller than the Cricket. It is the second shortest camper on the list, at 12 feet in length. It’s also quite light, weighing only 1,300 pounds.
Needless to say, the smaller size of this camper in comparison to the Cricket implies that there are fewer facilities to enjoy. The Tigermoth, for example, does not come standard with an inside kitchen, though it is offered as an option. In addition, there is definitely less open space in this camper.
The Tigermoth camper does include a pull-out outdoor kitchen, which is a great feature for folks who spend most of their time outside.
The Tigermoth camper has just two sleeping places for adults by default. However, adding the extra rooftop tent (dubbed RTT by TAXA) adds two more sleeping places, making this camper appropriate for family outings.
An outside shower is also missing from this camper. Although TAXA provides a shower tent and a portable toilet as an option, this camper comes without any bathroom amenities by default.
The NASA-inspired design of the Tigermoth camper is something that TAXA can brag about. This camper is intended to allow you to use bungees, hooks, and points to create room for goods that is hung on the wall or ceiling. The Tigermoth camper’s storage efficiency is greatly improved because of this modular design.
Finally, if you’re searching for a camper with a lot of storage space in a tiny package, the TAXA Tigermoth camper would be a good fit.
Scamp 13 Feet Deluxe Camper
Starting Price $12,600
The 13-foot Deluxe camper from Scamp is a fantastic choice to consider if you really need an inside bathroom in your camper. In the 13-foot Deluxe series, Scamp provides two floorplans, one of which includes a bathroom with a shower and toilet.
There is a design with a front dinette available for folks who do not require a restroom. It lacks features such as a heater, a water pump, and a grey water tank, but it does include a dining room.
The Scamp Deluxe camper comes with a lot of amenities for its size. When looking at the floorplans, you’ll notice some similarities to bigger travel trailers. Scamp campers, on the other hand, have an all-in-one design that includes sleeping space, kitchen, and bathroom/dining area.
So, with the 13-foot Scamp Deluxe, you get everything you’d get in a much longer RV, but in a much smaller package.
You might be wondering what the Deluxe in this camper’s model name implies. There is also a 13-foot standard camper available. The layouts of the two 13-foot campers are nearly identical, although there are a few slight changes.
The most noticeable change is that the Deluxe camper has Deluxe drapes, wall liners, and a carpet, which may make the interior seem cozier.
Finally, the Scamp 13-foot camper weighs between 1,300 and 1,600 pounds, which is substantial for its size. But, considering its numerous conveniences, you’d expect nothing less from this camper.
Tiny Camper 5X8 Classic Sleeper
Starting Price $7,999
Some individuals just require a little amount of sleeping space from their mini camper. If this describes you as well, the Tiny Camper Classic Sleeper is a worthwhile alternative to explore.
There is no cooking, eating, or toilet facilities in this camper, simply sleeping space. As Tiny Camper points out, the camper easily accommodates a queen-size bed, so you could get at least two sleeping places out of it. Maybe even more if you make the most of the space you have.
Despite the fact that the Classic Sleeper is devoid of furniture or appliances, it does have certain equipment that may be used to create a suitable sleeping or resting place.
Tiny Camper, for example, provided this sleeper with one air vent to ensure adequate ventilation. Furthermore, this camper has the option of installing an air conditioner, so hot summer days should not be an issue.
There are also two 110V outlets and two USB connections for charging your mobile devices. Furthermore, you could potentially utilize house appliances in this camper, but this would raise the issue of storage and transportation.
This camper is also relatively affordable; at the time of writing, it was priced at under $8,000. So, if you’re on a budget, you could enjoy what this Tiny Camper has to offer.
Starting Price $46,000
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The Airstream Basecamp travel trailer may appeal to you if you are willing to pay a premium for quality. This camper is fairly pricey, but it comes with a lot of extras to compensate for it.
The Basecamp camper’s clean style is the first thing you’ll notice. This not only improves the appearance of the travel trailer, but it also boosts aerodynamics and helps save gasoline, according to Basecamp. And when you look at the form of the Basecamp travel trailer, you can see why.
This camper is just as intriguing on the inside as it is on the outside. The front of the building has large panoramic windows that bring lots of light in while also allowing you to take in the lovely views of the campsite.
Apart from that, the Basecamp travel trailer has a plethora of features. The shower is the most noticeable feature: Airstream included a wet bath system in this trailer, which is uncommon in trailers of this size.
This travel trailer’s whole front end is dedicated to a kitchen area with a sink, a two-burner stove, a two-way 3 cubic foot refrigerator, a microwave, and plenty of counter space. This travel trailer’s kitchen is surprisingly spacious.
An eating room with wide sofas and movable tables occupies the rear of the Basecamp travel trailer. If you take the tables out, you’ll have enough room to spread out the sofas and construct a decent-sized bed.
The big 26 x 46-inch back hatch is another standout feature of this camper. This camper’s hatch is pretty large, so you should be able to easily place toys or boats inside.
It’s worth noting that everything outlined above is feasible thanks to the travel trailer’s longer 16′-20′ body. However, while this provides more space, the Basecamp is a large camper, weighing 2,585 pounds when empty.
Basecamp is packed with intelligent, time-saving RV features that will help you get ready for the day, clean up, and retire for the night. It’s all right there with you, along for the trip, from the onboard bathroom to the convertible living area that converts into a comfortable bed. Charge your phone, get up and make some coffee, and then get back on the trails.
Overall, for a hefty price tag, the Basecamp travel trailer has a plethora of options and comforts to offer anyone willing to pay the price.
Forest River No Boundraries 10.6
This travel trailer is a 2022 Forest River No Boundaries 10.6 Toy Hauler. The No Boundaries (NOBO) travel trailer is tough enough for any outdoor enthusiast, and it’s designed for individuals who want to push boundaries. The NOBO Nest rooftop tent is both inventive and sturdy. NOBO is prepared when you are, and can be towed by both 4- and 6-cylinder automobiles.
The NOBO 10.6 is built with a welded aluminum frame and reinforced side walls. The walls are made of AZDEL, which is 50% lighter than wood and water resistant, making it both light and durable! To suit every gap in the walls, floors, and roof, block foam insulation is cut to specific sizes. This design provides the finest insulation, keeping you cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. The Xtreme Ply PVC roof on the NOBO is totally walkable. One of most energy efficient and reflective roof on the market, with 2x the puncture strength, keeping your trailer cooler. The roof is covered by a 15-year manufacturer’s guarantee! The underbelly is completely sealed, with a heated tank. The trailer’s tank, plumbing, electrical, and chassis are all protected by the enclosed underbelly.
The NOBO 10.6 comes with the NOBO Nest rooftop tent system, which sets up in seconds! A Batwing awning wraps around the side and back, low profile AC, torsion “rubber ryde” axles, cold weather package, deep cycle RV battery, screwed & glued hardwood cabinetry, JBL Flip 5 Bluetooth stereo, 60′ x 82″ convertible sofa bed, rear screen enclosure, one year complimentary 24/7 roadside assistance, one-year manufacturer’s warranty, and much more!
Have you heard of Bambi? It’s been a moniker for our smallest single-axle travel trailers for a long time. But now Bambi has its own official family of lightweight, space-saving choices that are poised to take tent camping to the next level.
Bambi will take care of all the tiny details so you can go out and enjoy some big experiences. Airstream has released yet another camper type! It’s the Bambi travel trailer this time, which has a somewhat different orientation. The Bambi camper range, unlike the preceding Airstream model, is primarily focused on sleeping space.
There are two floorplans in the Bambi series, one measuring 16 feet and the other 22 feet. We’ll concentrate on the smaller 16-foot layout because we’re talking about tiny campers today.
There are four bedroom quarters in both floorplans. Two of them are in the fixed back bed and two are in the convertible eating space in the front of the 16-foot Bambi camper. You’re getting a surprising amount of sleeping space for the size of this camper.
Of course, something would have to be sacrificed in order to get the additional sleeping space. While this camper still has all of the key features, such as a fully equipped kitchen and a wet bath, it has less overall wiggle area.
The kitchen, for instance, lacks the spacious countertop found in the other two Airstream campers, which might be a drawback for some. However, the expanded breadth of 8 feet helps to compensate for the general lack of open space.
Finally, if you’re searching for a medium-sized camper with a large sleeping space, the 16-foot Sport may be a good choice.
Wide Path Camper Bicycle Camper
Starting Price $4,300
The Bicycle Camper from the European brand Wide Path Camper might be ideal for you if you’re seeking maximum portability. Despite the fact that the manufacturer is European, you should have no trouble acquiring their campers from other countries.
So, what makes this camper such a good choice for folks who don’t have a lot of storage space?
The Bicycle Camper is foldable, so you can fold the camper’s rear over the front before moving or storing it. The Bicycle Camper is just around 5 feet long when folded in this manner.
Even when fully extended, the Bicycle Camper is not excessively large. When fully set up, it measures a little over 9 feet long, making it the tiniest camper on our list. And while we’re on the subject of unfolding, Wide Path Camper claims that it just takes 3 minutes to fully set up this camper without the need for any equipment.
It is meant to be pulled to a bicycle and weighs roughly 100 pounds when empty. Although not everyone will be able to tow this contraption while pedaling, if you are a seasoned rider, you should have no trouble.
This camper has just enough interior room to set up a small resting or sleeping area. This camper doesn’t have a kitchen or bathroom, but it does have enough capacity for a 78 x 34-inch bed, a small dining table, and 300 liters of storage.
This camper’s headroom is modest – the inside height is roughly 55 inches, which is sufficient for sitting. However, the restricted space is a cost of the camper’s weight and compactness.
Finally, the Bicycle Camper appears to be a good solution for short journeys. There are certain items that you may need to add to this camper, such as a refrigerator, but it is already equipped for less demanding excursions.
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TimberLeaf Classic Teardrop Trailer
Starting Price $14,500
The Classic Teardrop trailer by TimberLeaf is the last type on our list of top tiny campers. This featherweight trailer is packed with amenities and tows like a dream, weighing in just 1500 pounds dry and 150 pounds tongue weight with optional attachments. You’ll scarcely notice it’s there. It does, however, have a handful of distinguishing traits.
The back galley is the teardrop trailer’s most notable feature. Unlike typical RVs, where the kitchen is placed inside, the Classic Teardrop trailer’s full kitchen is located outdoors. It has its own storage compartment at the back of the camper, and you simply lift the protective cover to access the kitchen when you need to take some snacks or make food.
In our opinion, such a design makes this camper exceptional in terms of kitchen amenities. With the whole back end of this camper dedicated to food preparation and storage, you’ll have plenty of options.
Take a look at the photos of the galley in this camper and you’ll see what we mean. You have a lot of open space for storage and food preparation here, far more than the bulk of R5Vs can provide. A space-saving two-burner stove and a small cooler are also included in this camper’s kitchen.
By the way, the Classic Teardrop trailer’s kitchen is essentially an outside kitchen. This camper is a fascinating choice to explore for individuals who spend most of their time outside.
The Classic camper boasts a custom-made queen mattress on the inside, as well as lots of insulation to keep you warm while sleeping. A handful of overhead cupboards and storage shelves also provide ample storage room for the camper’s occupants.
Overall, we believe that this camper is a good alternative for individuals who want as much cooking area as possible.
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