Happier Camper just unveiled their brand new 2020 Traveler—and it’s a little roomier, a bit more equipped, and just as flexible as their compact HC1 model. Inside, a series of rugged yet lightweight modular boxes can be rearranged to transform the living area into a dining room, sleeping quarters, or lounge. The boxes provide usable storage space, and they can also be toted outside to serve as furniture when you’ve settled into that perfect campsite.
The camper’s curvy retro shell is packed with sleek design elements—like wood cabinetry and wraparound shelves, inlaid mood lighting, and five panoramic windows that prop open for ventilation and unhindered views of the great outdoors.
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Unlike many campers and trailers, the 85-square-foot interior features six-and-a-half-foot ceilings, making indoor meal prep using the full kitchenette a snap. The Traveler comes with an onboard toilet, while a shower add-on lets you rinse off after a long day on the trail.
The camper is well-insulated for camping in any season, and it uses propane for hot water and heating. The camper can also be outfitted with an optional air-conditioning unit and solar panels. Its durable, 100% fiberglass shell is more resilient than wood or metal in shifting temperatures, and it weighs in at 2,500 pounds—so you can tow it with a sedan.
Prices for Happier Camper’s 2020 Traveler start at $44,950.
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