It’s important to attend to nature’s needs in the wild. There are times when it’s the only option. What else can I do? First camper was small. Space was limited, so I wanted to maximize it. Natural toilets replaced bathrooms. It’s probably okay if everyone agrees.
1. Jay Sport Trailer
Our first camper has a bathroom. Hotel rooms will cost less if you have a Sport Trailer. Space-saving trailers contain all the essentials. Life in the wild is made more comfortable by the simple, sleek, and compact design. In such a small package, so much has been packed in. It’s not just that. Its mesh screening allows easy opening in bright weather. We’re here because of the bathroom. Consequently, the Jay Sport comes with a large heater, weighing six gallons. Both inside and outside are water tanks. This small camper has a bathroom.
2. Casita Travel Trailers Spirit Deluxe Trailer
This trailer was designed for various climates and terrains. Each Spirit Deluxe comes with it. A bathroom is also included. Extractor fans remove humid air from spaces and keep the shower and toilet separate so the air is well ventilated. Additional storage is available if needed. There is extra storage space above the tents for storing camping gear. Bathrooms are best in small campers.
3. Barefoot Caravans
A UK company can ship to the USA. They received a trust award for their efforts. The ability to customize it makes it appealing. Trailer features can be customized in six colors. An ecliptic design results from mixing things up. It stands out because of its features. Discuss the bathroom as well. Powering the system is a Truma water heater. Electricity or gas can be used. There is a shower, sink, and toilet in this attractive bathroom. You may never want to leave this trailer. An excellent choice for small campers with a bathroom is a travel trailer.
4. Lance 1575 Travel Trailer
A half-century of Lance trailers. Its lightweight (2,700 pounds) belies its features. An adventure doesn’t sacrifice luxuries. It’s all there. It feels like home driving with Lance. Toilet is also there. Clean and use foot-operated toilets. Black tanks plumbed into the toilet work well. Skylights fill your bathroom with natural light. Your needs are met in the bathroom. Small bathroom, great camper.
5. United Recreational Vehicles, LLC’s iCamp Elite
Colorful, compact, and sporty are its sporty aesthetic features. Their small size makes them durable, made of aluminum, fiberglass, and high-density Styrofoam. For campers, it’s not just about looks. A smaller option is the Elite. Due to their small size, these beauties are not ideal for road trips. A clever design strategy maximized space. Furniture with rounded edges fits snugly together. Small campers that top out just shy of 6 feet might not be ideal for tall people. Despite its small size, it packs a lot of punch. Bathrooms were squeezed in. Bathrooms have toilets and showers.