Cute 1948 Aljoa travel trailer painted in pink and white polka dots. Some leaks, but still in working condition with a lot of vintage charm.
This simple homemade truck camper has a Tiny Tot wood stove, loads of insulation, and a special fuel tank heater for winter camping.
Lana, a DoItYourselfRV reader, renovated this 2001 National RV travel trailer that she bought on Craigslist. She did all the work herself over 5 months.
You’ll be touched by the lengths this man went to in order to camp with his dog.
You’ll love the practicality and build-quality of this homemade toy hauler made from a 2011 Mercedes Sprinter van. It’s got LEDs, solar panels, and more.
The design of this van camper is pure genius. It’s got removable shelving, a portable bed, and the couple who made it is just adorable.
With all the windows and the high quality interior finish, you’ll never want to get out of this teardrop camper. A totally unique and modern design.
If you’re worried a toy hauler is out of your price range, think again. Find a cheap vintage truck camper and a flatbed trailer and presto! Pro toy hauler.
This guy built a homemade tear drop camper without any prior experience. No plans, no guides, pure guts! Take the photo tour below.
I’m in awe at this amazing Sprinter van conversion. Mark added a retractable bed, unique plumbing system, and a diesel cook top. Truly outstanding work.