No need to decide between the camper or the boat: the Sealander is both. This German-designed amphibious mini-camper is light enough to be towed behind your car and offers the option of camping beside the lake or floating on it. Simply mount an outboard motor to the stern and the Sealander is ready for your voyage
With design elements and decor borrowed from yachts of the ocean-going variety, Airstream’s new 28’ Land Yacht camper is pretty much a luxury liner on wheels that offers floor-to-ceiling woodgrain and nautical trimmings inside its shining, metal exterior.
You know the classic Airstream travel trailer but it’s based on the Bowlus Road Chief— the original design created back in 1934 by an airplane builder named Hawley Bolus. This new, updated model retains the classic style but features a full bath with shower, SMEG kitchen, AGM batteries & 120-amp solar panel for power.
When packing for camping and roadtrips, there’s only so much gear you can cram into your vehicle. These compact, tow-behind modular trailers give you loads more cargo space plus lots of options for customizing how you roll. Rig yours up with racks, a taligate, a platform tent, etc. Dinoot also offer a heavy-duty offroad model for going deep. Source
Before you’re forced to pull a Romney and strap your dog to the roof on summer vacation, consider this toy trailer from Yakima. Load your bikes, boards, boats and other gear to this 66” wide rack system trailer and there will be plenty of room for your friend Seamus to ride inside. Source
Back in the 50s the teardrop trailer was a popular, low budget camper you could pull behind almost any car. The two-wheel teardrop design slid into obscurity as the massive Winnebago era took hold. Now that “smaller” is cool again, the teardrop is back, totally updated but just as light, compact and towable. Moby1′s various models are fully kitted modern campers that will take you and your 2.5 kids anywhere you wanna go.
What red-blooded, used-to-smoke-a-little-pot, college-kid-at-heart dude isn’t charmed by an old Volkswagen camper bus? It is the original hippy-hotel on wheels. The thing is, driving one on the freeway is risking certain death. The Dub Box solves this dilemma. By turning the fun end of a VW bus into a plush, custom trailer, they allow you to hit the road with your own little compact pop-top VW camper in tow while still driving a vehicle with safety features like airbags and anti-lock brakes.
If outdoor weekend adventures are your lifeblood the GO camper will get it pumping. At only 840 pounds, it’s a super lightweight mobile trailer that will carry all your cargo from kayaks to bikes to boards and more, plus it converts into a pop-up, soft-sided camper with sleeping space for four.
Super lightweight and versatile, this compact tow-trailer lets you bring everything you want on the road. Even if you drive a Mini, you’ll be able to drag along all your toys: bikes, boards, camping gear, luggage & more. The unique modular design lets you pop the top off for uncovered cargo like a motorcycle or mother-in-law. You know, the big stuff. Payload is up to 1000 pounds, so no need to pack light.