Sharon hand-built her “MyAway” trailer over the course of a few years. She can stand up inside, and the entire frame still fits in the garage.
Campers are not just for camping. These vintage-style trailers and vans allow restaurant and clothing shop owners to make money with very low overhead.
The American Dream Trailer Company teardrop trailer has a detachable roof you can take fishing. The basic trailer starts at $8,900 and can be customized.
The B-and-Bee honeycomb concept brings cozy sleeping options to music festivals and special events.
Hoss Port Sheep Wagons bring western camping to the mainstream in these custom made 12 foot long campers.
Kim and Todd travel in their 16-foot Airstream Bambi while shooting photos of some of the most beautiful places in the Pacific Northwest.
These European products turn your basic van into a comfortable camper. Now they just have to come to the U.S.
This young couple lived and worked out of a converted Ford Econoline while competing in mountain bike races on a 3 month journey around the U.S.
This U-Haul home on wheels hides under a plain exterior. But once you step inside – WOW!
Dakota and Chelsea spent 15 months traveling around the U.S. in this comfortable Sprinter van with a sliding bike rack for their four bikes.