Camp kitchens are becoming popular among van or tent campers. These designs are not exactly a deal, but their beauty is sure to be the envy of any camper.
There are many solar showers out there, but they can be heavy to carry and a pain to fill up. Let your car do the work with the versatile Road Shower.
Inspirational speaker and author Noelle Marie and her husband Vince live full time out of a Sprinter van they converted into a tiny home in about a week.
Tired of the high costs of renting in the UK, Adam Croft and Nikki Pepperell converted a Ford van into their dream apartment for less than $16,000.
Living in an HOA, this California couple wanted a small trailer to store in their garage. They re-created a 1962 Serro Scotty camper with their own design.
A young photographer and her mother restored this fiberglass BIOD Bambi into a dream camper with a tiny kitchen and a bed.
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.