Escape Traveler

A mobile Midwestern cabin for wherever the roads takes you

Escape Traveler

The Traveler fits a home for two—including a washer and dryer—into 269 square feet. Photo: Steve Niedorf, Niedorf Visuals

This 269-square-foot towable feels less like camper and more like a tiny mobile cabin plucked from a field in Wisconsin. 

Measuring 28 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, and 13.5 feet high, the trailer comes with a full-size kitchen, bath, 48-inch-long dining table, a living area (complete with a fireplace and big screen TV), hot water, and even a washer and dryer. Cabinets are made from either oak, maple, or cherry. 

  Photo: Steve Niedorf, Niedorf Visuals

The Traveler sleeps up to six, thanks to the upstairs loft, separate bedroom, and the living room couch that doubles as a cot. Floor-to-ceiling windows line the interior, while the walls are packed with closed-cell foam as insulation. 

  Photo: Steve Niedorf, Niedorf Visuals

You’ll need a real pick-up to tow it (the Traveler weighs about 10,000 pounds), about $60,000, and anywhere from 30 to 60 days as you wait for the company to build it.   

From $58,800,


Filed To: Lodging, Autos

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