Nature sometimes requires that you tend to its needs when you’re in the wilds. In places miles away from the nearest restaurant or building, it may be the only option if you must conduct business outdoors. Do you have another option? Space was one of my major concerns when I purchased my first camper. To ensure that I had enough space for everything essential, I wanted to make sure I could fit a lot into the space. The bathroom was out and nature’s toilet was in. It’s probably good enough for me if everything else on earth agrees.
1. Jay Sport Trailer
Here’s a small camper with a bathroom to start off our list. You’ll never need to pay for a hotel room again if you own the Sport Trailer. With all the essentials included without wasting any space, this trailer packs a punch for 2017. Its compact, simple, and sleek design features a number of clever features to ensure life in the wild is as comfortable as possible.
It’s surprising how much has been packed into a compact package. There’s more to it than that. You can easily open the roof vent with built-in mesh screening when it’s a sunny day. The bathroom is why we’re here, of course. As a result, the Jay Sport has a large heater, weighing in at a sizeable six gallons, larger than you’d expect for a trailer of this size. A water tank powers the indoors and outdoors showers, toilets, and sinks. A good small camper with a bathroom.
2. Casita Travel Trailers Spirit Deluxe Trailer
A range of climates and terrain conditions were taken into consideration when designing this trailer. Designed to fit each Spirit Deluxe, it’s made of reinforced fiberglass. A decent-sized bathroom is also included in the interior of the camper. An extractor fan is in place to remove humid air and ensure a well ventilated and smell-free space, with the shower and toilet separated for privacy. Your space is in good hands if you want additional storage. Additional camping equipment and other gear can be stowed in carpeted overhead storage spaces. The best small camper with a bathroom is this one.
3. Barefoot Caravans
Barefoot Caravans can ship it to the USA even though it is a UK firm. Four caravan experts designed the trailer, and even better, they received a well-deserved trust award for their efforts. This trailer’s customization options are perhaps its most appealing feature. A variety of trailer features can be customized in six colors. Or you can go for a more ecliptic design by mixing things up. In terms of features, this is a standout. The bathroom should also be discussed. An acclaimed brand of water heater from Truma powers the shower, toilet, and sinks. Electricity or gas can be used to power this. The bathroom itself features a full portrait mirror, ample cupboards, a shower, sink, and toilet, among other attractive features. If you have this trailer, you may never want to go home again. Travel trailers are a great option if you want a small camper with a bathroom.
4. Lance 1575 Travel Trailer
Almost half a century of truck campers and trailers from Lance. A great example of Lance’s craftsmanship is the Lance 1575, which despite its reasonable weight (2,700 lbs) has a ton of features. On an adventure, you don’t have to sacrifice small luxuries. All the essentials are at your fingertips. Lance has done a great job of making sure that all the little things make driving seem like a home away from home. The bathroom is also present. An easy-to-use, easy-to-clean foot-operated toilet has been included. Black tanks are plumbed into the toilet and it works well. Your bathroom will receive plenty of natural light thanks to the skylight. Although small, the bathroom has everything you need. A small bathroom makes this a great camper.
5. United Recreational Vehicles, LLC’s iCamp Elite
Sporty, colourful, and compact, the Elite range is best known for its sporty aesthetic. Their small size belies their value, as they are made out of aluminium, reinforced fibreglass, and high-density Styrofoam for insulation. The campers go beyond cute looks. Among the diminutive options on this list, the Elite is one of the smallest. If you’re planning a road trip with one of these beauties, expect to make some concessions because of the small external and internal dimensions. Several clever design designs were employed by the manufacturer in order to maximise the space available. As a result, furniture usually has rounded edges that fit snugly. A small camper that maxes out just shy of six feet might not be ideal for you if you’re tall. The Elite packs some impressive features despite its size. The good news is they did manage to squeeze in a bathroom. Bathrooms are equipped with showers and toilets.