A mobile Midwestern cabin for wherever the roads takes you
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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.
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.
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, escapetraveler.net