Designed by JP Ross of New York, this small but versatile camping trailer with a stylish interior can be used in a variety of ways.
60 square feet sure seems small – and it is – but this tiny cabin camper promises tightly squeezed happiness.
Based on the popular Ironton cargo trailer, this 56 square foot camper can be built from a $5 set of plans.
Denver designer, Snow Marlonsson, built a shower, toilet, washer/dryer and a loft into her Hobbit house on wheels.
This 40-square-foot camper (named “Bob”) looks like a tiny house but it’s actually made from a 40-year-old 5×8 cargo trailer.
Blocks the wind and keeps the cold out – just what a deer hunter ordered.
Built more like a house, this small trailer camper should have quite the lifespan.
Cheap, DIY, and stealthy…if you park it in the forest.
Function often beats form when you want to live full time in a cargo trailer conversion.
Gary’s site provides a near-endless supply of van conversion tips.