You love the cozy feeling of being enclosed in a camper trailer, but there’s one problem with small campers. They usually don’t have bathrooms. You want to find the holy grail of campers that is small enough for a few passengers yet includes a bathroom. What are your options?
The following 9 small campers with bathrooms are perfect for you:
- Happier Camper Traveler
- nuCamp RV TAB 400
- Winnebago Micro Minnie
- Roulottes Prolite Classic
- United Recreational Vehicles, LLC iCamp Elite
- Little Guy Mini Max
- Barefoot Trailer
- Scamp 13’ Deluxe Trailer
- Casita Travel Trailers 16’ Spirit Deluxe
These tiny trailers may have one common thread–bathrooms–but they run the gamut in terms of style, size, features, and pricing. In this detailed guide, we’ll review each of the above 9 trailers so you can select the one that best suits your camping needs (and budget!).
9 Small Campers with Space for a Bathroom
Happier Camper Traveler
First on our list is the Happier Camper Traveler. Happier Camper produces only two trailers, the ultra-tiny HC1 and the Traveler or HCT. Both use Happier Camper’s Adaptiv modular floorplan, which is still among one of the most noteworthy innovations in RVs and travel trailers in recent years.
What is the Adaptiv modular floorplan, you ask? This system breaks down your floorplan into modular cubes, including regular cubes and some that are specialized like cooler cubes. You can easily shift the cubes into place so you can reconfigure the HCT for breakfast time, chilling in your trailer, and sleeping.
Let’s get to what you really came here for, the bathroom! The integrated, eco-friendly bathroom in the HCT is less strenuous on our mother earth yet still brings you closer to the comforts of home. Speaking of being eco-friendly, you can run the HCT entirely on solar power if you wish.
Other features are an integrated kitchenette, heat, hot water, insulation, and fiberglass construction. The Traveler has a dry weight of 1,800 pounds, a gross vehicle weight rating or GVWR of 3,500 pounds, and a tongue weight of 220 pounds. Its shell is 14 feet long, its exterior height is 8 feet, its overall length is 17 feet, and its inside width is 6 feet, 5 inches.
The Happier Camper Traveler starts at $49,950.
nuCamp RV TAB 400
Trailer manufacturer nuCamp RV are the makers of truck campers such as the Cirrus line, but they’re more well-known for their teardrop trailers called the TAG and TAB respectively. The TAB 400 is right up your alley.
You might not believe it when you see it, but nuCamp says this model is the largest teardrop trailer they produce. With room for three people, you’ll be living in close quarters that aren’t too close so you can maintain your personal space.
The wet bath features a toilet and a fold-down sink for saving space. The bathroom and kitchen sink utilize the TAB 400’s Nautilus water management system so you’re not wasting water in your day-to-day trailer life.
On top of that, this is another trailer that can run entirely on solar. Plus, it features a fully furnished kitchenette and a sizable dinette so you and your fellow passengers can enjoy meals together. The converted sleeping area gives your passengers another place to sleep.
You can customize the graphics, sidewall colors, trim colors, accent panels, and cushion fabric so your TAB 400 is uniquely yours. You can also add a three-way fridge if your floorplan has the standard bed.
The TAB 400 has a total gross dry weight of 2,876 pounds, a dry tongue weight of 318 pounds, and a gross axle weight rating or GAWR of 3,900 pounds. This trailer’s total exterior length is 18 feet, 3 inches, its exterior width is 7 feet, 6 inches, its exterior height is 8 feet, 8 inches, and its interior height is 79 inches.
The nuCamp RV TAB 400 retails for $45,900.
Winnebago Micro Minnie
The Winnebago name is synonymous with quality, which makes their Micro Minnie an appealing option. Winnebago manufactures everything from motorhomes to camper vans, and the Micro Minnie is right in between.
This camper is the recipient of the RV News 2021 Lightweight Travel Trailer of the Year prize. You can select from more than 10 floorplans for your Micro Minnie. All have some sort of bathroom, although depending on which floorplan you choose, you might have room for a shower as well as a sink and a toilet. Other plans forego the shower.
The 1708FB model is one such floorplan with a full bathroom. Also in this trailer is a 60-inch by 74-inch bed, a refrigerator, a full stovetop, a kitchen sink, a 32-inch by 74-inch dinette, and a TV cabinet. The shower stall is a spacious 24 inches by 24 inches.
This floorplan has a GVWR of 5,000 pounds, an exterior length of 19 feet, 4.5 inches, an exterior height of 10 feet, 4 inches, an exterior width of 7 feet, and an interior length of 6 feet, 4 inches.
The Winnebago Micro Minnie starts at $23,808, making it one of the lower-priced options we’ve covered so far.
Roulottes Prolite Classic
Canadian company Prolite specializes in trailers. Their Classic camper is called that for a reason. It has all the features you’d expect in a camper trailer and is towable by most trucks and SUVs.
This more spacious trailer (at least compared to the other campers on this list) boasts a full bathroom that has a shower, a toilet, and a sink. Now you and your fellow passengers will be able to enjoy greater privacy. Staying clean will also be easier than ever, as you won’t have to stop at campsites anymore.
Besides the great bathroom, the Classic is full of other little surprises. Inside its depths are a 76-inch by 60-inch bed. The dinette can become a second, smaller bed measuring 64 inches by 26 inches. The first bed has a fold-down mattress so you can make more space during the day. Other features are a fridge, a water heater, a stove, and a microwave.
The Classic has a dry weight of 2,470 pounds and a tongue weight of 240 pounds. Its length is 19 feet, 11 inches, its width is 6 feet, 8 inches, its overall height is 8 feet, 2 inches, and its interior height is 6 feet, 4 inches.
The Roulottes Prolite Classic costs $35,900.
United Recreational Vehicles, LLC iCamp Elite
Next on our list is the iCamp Elite from United Recreational Vehicles, LLC, which is manufactured by CenTech Specialty Vehicles Co., Ltd. The iCamp is this company’s crown jewel, and it’s made a huge splash in the 15+ years since its debut.
Its modular fiberglass bathroom with a marine toilet will let up to three passengers feel right at home on the road. There’s also room in this small camper for a 6-gallon hot water heater so your showers won’t go cold on you a few minutes after you step in.
We quite like the other features of the iCamp Elite too, such as a smoke detector, a 1.9-cubic foot three-way fridge, a wardrobe, a stainless steel counter, overhead cabinets, and glass slider windows complete with a screen.
The iCamp Elite has a max mass of 2,890 pounds and a tare mass of 2,366 pounds with a hitch weight of 236 pounds. It’s 14 feet long, 6 feet, 8 inches wide, and 8 feet, 1 inch tall. Inside the trailer, the iCamp Elite measures 10 feet, 7 inches long, 6 feet, 3 inches wide, and 5 feet, 11 inches tall.
The iCamp Elite costs between $14,495 and $19,995.
Little Guy Mini Max
Founded in 2002, Little Guy Trailers produces some of the tiniest vehicles you’ll ever see. Some of their ultra-teeny trailers don’t have a bathroom, which is a standard feature of the Little Guy Mini Max, a camper with room for three.
The wet bath is sure to impress. Inside is a marine-style toilet with a waterproof toilet paper holder and a pedal flusher. The toilet is also taller than some other Little Guy Trailers of the past.
The ITC showerhead has an integrated on and off switch and a three-function sprayer. It’s also better for our planet. Per minute, the showerhead preserves 2.2 gallons of water.
A Fan-Tastic vent keeps your wet bath from getting humid after your warm showers, which can prevent mold growth. The high-powered vent features three fan speeds and a translucent dome-shaped cover.
Little Guy Trailers says their wet bath is pretty large, as it’s 41.5 inches wide and 36.5 inches deep. With moisture protection throughout, your bathroom will dry out between uses.
As if all that wasn’t enough, inside the Little Guy Mini Max is also hardwood maple cabinetry, a vertical stargazer window (that’s optional), plenty of storage, a control center (for DVD, MP4, and MP3 entertainment), an entertainment area, a sizable kitchen, and a dinette that converts into a sleeping area.
The Little Guy Mini Max has a dry weight of 2,320 pounds and a tongue weight of 240 pounds. Its overall length is 17 feet, 2 inches, its overall width is 6 feet, 9 inches, and its exterior height is between 8 feet 11 inches and 9 feet, 1 inch. Its interior height is 6 feet.
The Little Guy Mini Max starts at $37,995.
If you’re based in the United Kingdom, you don’t want to pay an astronomical shipping fee to get your trailer from the United States.
That’s why it’s a good thing that Barefoot Caravans exists! Their Barefoot Trailer is a tiny camper with a bathroom that checks all your boxes.
But first, a bit about Barefoot Trailer. This small trailer company favors bespoke features whenever possible, which gives their campers a rustic charm.
The bathroom in the Barefoot Trailer has uniquely designed curvature. Inside, you’ll find a mirror for checking your reflection, a shower, a basin, and a cassette toilet from Dometic. There’s even a cupboard for storing your toothpaste, mouthwash, and other items that usually go in your medicine cabinet back home.
The other features of this trailer are cupboards and cubbies, a wardrobe, L-shaped vinyl seating, LED lights, a heating and hot water system, a ventilated roof light, and a full kitchen complete with solid oak details.
You can choose from four colors for your Barefoot Trailer, including Dusty Pink, Pale Grey, Cotswold Cream, and Duck Egg Blue. You also get the freedom to customize the upholstery of the trailer, selecting between hues like Pale Grey, lime green, navy blue, scarlet, orange, Cotswold Cream, and Duck Egg Blue.
The Barefoot Trailer retails for 29,500 pounds, which is $42,277USD.
Scamp 13’ Deluxe Trailer
Based in Backus, Minnesota, the Scamp brand has become one of the most beloved among travel trailer and camper trailer enthusiasts. Their smallest trailers are 13 feet long and the biggest are 19 feet, but the one we’re going to focus on today is the 13’ deluxe trailer.
Scamp gives its shoppers the option to choose between three floorplans, but only Layout B has what you’re looking for, which is a bathroom. The bathroom does take up the bulk of the floorplan, but hey, you get a toilet and a shower.
Four people can fit aboard this camper, which also features an upholstered interior, wood panel doors, fiberglass cabinetry, curtains, a convertible rear dinette, a sofa bed that transforms into bunk beds, and two closets.
The Scamp 13’ deluxe trailer starts at $15,000, which is an awesome price if you want a budget camper.
Casita Travel Trailers 16’ Spirit Deluxe
The Spirit from Casita Travel Trailers is roomier than the Scamp while still remaining squarely in small camper territory. The Texas-based Casita brand produces moderately tiny trailers, as their largest models can sleep up to six people.
The Spirit can fit around three people and as many as five depending on the configuration of the camper. You’ll need the Deluxe edition of the Spirit if you want a bathroom in there. That trailer model has room for only four passengers.
Inside is a full bathroom with a shower, a toilet, and a sink. Adjacent to the bathroom is the wardrobe so you can quickly get dressed without having to worry about any embarrassing moments of indecency among your fellow passengers.
This camper also features a dinette that becomes a single 24-inch by 72-inch bed, two areas of under-seat storage in the dinette, and a double bed that’s 54 inches by 76 inches. The full kitchen has a fridge with a sink, a range stovetop, and lots of storage.
The Spirit’s dry weight is 2,480 pounds. Its overall width is 6 feet, 8 inches, its overall height is 8 feet, 11 inches, its interior height is 6 feet, 2 inches, and its overall length is 17 feet.
The Casita Spirit starts at $25,694.
There you have it, 9 awesome campers that prove you can have it all in a small amount of space. Although you won’t be able to bring the whole gang with you on your camping adventures, the creature comforts of home available in your trailer bathroom more than make up for that.
We hope you’ve found your next camper trailer on this list!