Published on: Dec 6, 2019

For the adventure lovers seeking a great vacation at the beach or to any other awesome destination, The use of travel trailers never goes out of style. Well, nothing beats the long road trip where you can have great memories and get to enjoy your sleep at the same time, right?

While camp trailers are safe and easy to tow, and not to mention, can provide adequate space for your whole family, not everyone can afford a fully furnished trailer. But don’t fret just yet. RVs come in different sizes, ready to accommodate any of your needs. There are now small travel trailers available that are perfect for your next vacation.

Why choose a small RV trailer or camper?

Aside from being easier to maneuver on the streets, small travel trailers are much cheaper than regular ones. And because it’s smaller, the maintenance cost is significantly lower too. If you’re only planning to use it on the weekends or in those spontaneous camping trips, it doesn’t make sense to spend your life savings on it.

So what are you looking for in a small travel trailer? A place to store your things plus a fantastic space for you to take a rest or go to sleep? A full kitchen and a bathroom? These perfect small camp trailers will surely bring you the same comfort that you can find in your home.

1. Polydrop Trailers


  • Weight: 900 – 1150 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 160 lbs
  • Exterior Length: 149″
  • Exterior Width: 65.6″
  • Cabin Width: 48″
  • Cabin Length: 75.3″
  • Cabin Height: 42.5″ (excluding mattress)

This futuristic and ultra-compact camp trailer can hold everything you need for your next adventure on the road. Not just that, a poly drop trailer also gives you that unique look that not all travel trailers can offer you.

You won’t mind if this RV is small. Almost everything that you need, it’s in here. Electric heater? Check. USB and power outlets, it’s all powered by a solar panel! Need a mini-kitchen? Open the trunk, and you will get a lovely table and a storage space for food. Although, you will have to get your stove or cooler and make sure that your stuff will fit in there.

2. Jayco Hummingbird 10RK


  • Exterior Length: 13
  • Exterior Width: 7’ 4”
  • Exterior Height: 7’
  • Interior Height: 4’ 5”
  • Freshwater Cap.: 25.6 gal.
  • Black-/Gray-Water Cap.: N/A
  • LP-Gas Cap.: 5 gal.
  • UVW: 1,545 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 180 lbs.
  • Axle Weight: 2,500 lbs.
  • GVWR: 2,000 lbs.

If you like to travel light and fast, sleep comfortably and eat well outdoors, then this baby is perfect for you. It has one of the largest exterior kitchens among tiny trailers. It also provides beautiful cabinetry where you can put your needed appliances when camping.

It also comes with insulated walls, floor, and ceiling to give you comfort wherever you go.

The Hummingbird 10RK is the smallest in Jayco’s line of ultra-lightweight travel trailers that can be towed by most compact SUVs. But regardless of its size, this baby bird also has the same irresistible style and quality found in bigger Jayco’s travel trailer.

3. Airstream Bambi


  • Exterior Length: 15’ 11
  • Exterior Width: 8’
  • Interior Width: 7’ 7
  • Exterior Height with A/C: 9’ 3
  • Interior Height with A/C: 6’ 4
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs
  • Net Carrying Capacity: 500 lbs
  • Fresh Water Tank: 23 gal

Here’s another lightweight travel trailer ready to be pulled by an SUV, the Airstream Bambi. This single-axle silver bullet travel trailer is set to release in 2020.

Aside from its functionality, storage is also the priority in the Airstream Bambi’s design. Its interior is intricately designed to maximize space.

The Bambi has sleeping space for two people and a convertible dinette space wherein you can easily convert it to an extra sleeping space for two more people. Not just that, an on-board restroom and a kitchen with all the essentials are available.

With four floor plans that have almost everything you need for your next vacation, there will surely be something that suits you.

4. Happier Camper HC1


  • Exterior Length: 13’
  • Exterior Width: 6’11″
  • Exterior Height: 7’4″
  • Interior Height: 6’1″
  • UVW: 1,100 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 110 lbs.
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs.

For the on-a-budget wanderer looking for a small travel trailer, the Happier Camper HC1 might be the one for you. It’s a retro ultralight camp trailer fit for sleeping on the go. A travel trailer made from fiberglass, this 70 square-foot camper is super light and durable that can be pulled by most small cars.

While the Happier Camper HC1 looks like nothing more than an old RV, it’s actually packed with innovation. It comes with a solar power panel. And, it also has this cool feature called Adaptiv modular interior, where it lets you transform the camper into hundreds of different styles.

From the dining area to a large bed, or even wholly remove everything for extra storage. Whatever suits your next trip, you can freely do it with the Happier Camper HC1.

5. Winnebago Micro Minnie 1706FB


  • Exterior Length: 19’ 17″
  • Exterior Width: 7’
  • Exterior Height: 9’67″
  • Interior Height: 6’33″
  • Dry Weight: 2,980 lbs.
  • GVWR: 7,000 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 300 lbs.

If you are looking for an easy to use, high-quality compact travel trailer at an affordable price, look no more. Winnebago just released a Micro Minnie 1706FB that comes with ten open floor plans.

It’s dual-axle makes it easy to tow – a feature usually not found on a trailer of this size.

The Micro Minnie also has all the modern amenities you could ask for. From a tiny kitchen with a split galley sink and pull-out faucet to a convenient bathroom, roomy dinette, and even a king mattress that can convert into two twin beds. Almost everything you need is already here. (Related: The Benefits of Being a Lone Traveler)

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