Want to hit the road on a cross-country adventure (or a weekend excursion) this summer? You're in luck—there's no shortage of stylish campers, trailers, RVs, and caravans on the market, and many are priced at or below $40,000. Read on for a few of our favorites—from a pint-sized Airstream to an amphibious camper that floats.
The Airstream Bascamp has a small footprint, but it's big on style and functionality. The model starts at $37,400, and it it offers a kitchen, a bathroom, and a lounge that turns into a sleeping area with room for up to two people.
The Polydrops trailer is a lightweight aluminum pod with a futuristic, angular exterior. It features a bedroom, a cargo area, integrated lights, a heater, and 12-volt charging outlets. The company is currently offering a limited run of 20 trailers for just $9,000 each.
Escape Traveler's Vista Boho model is a 21-foot-long trailer with vertical wood siding on the exterior and wood finishes on the interior. Starting at $39,900, it packs a living area, a bedroom, and a bathroom into approximately 160 square feet.
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The Sealander is a German-made camper that can transition from the open road to the water! This flexible caravan is one of the few waterborne campers on the market, and prices start at just under $20,000.
This adorable camper mixes retro design with modern amenities in an ultralight, transportable package. Pricing starts at $24,950, and you can choose from Happier Camper's existing packages or fully customize your own.
Designed for the adventurer, Taxa's rugged campers combine aluminum panels with galvanized steel frames. Their Cricket Camper starts at $29,900 and has room to sleep up to two adults and two children—in large part thanks to a pop-up ceiling.
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