This Tiny Camper Looks Cramped, But When I Saw What The Inside Can Do, I Knew I Had To Have One

The classic American pastime of loading up the RV and heading for the open road just isn't as common as it used to be. Blame it on the price of gas or our dependence on certain comforts (what, no wifi?), but fewer families are going the RV route. To help lower the initial costs of a modern camping trip and help ease newbie campers into this time-honored way to travel, Californian company Happier Campers has a brilliant starter model.

The design makes this tiny trailer so much more than what meets the eye.

The modular interior of their HC1 makes it perfect for sleeping.

And it opens up into a fully functional living space.

It even has a pop-up kitchen that can be tucked away when not in use.


The secret is in the cubes that can be shifted around to open up space where it’s needed and seating where it’s not.

The sides function as two twin beds.

And, of course, all the cubes have storage space to keep clutter at bay.

With its flexibility, the Happier Camper gets so much more mileage than you'd expect from its tiny size.

Despite the vintage feel of the camper, it uses top-of-the-line, lightweight fiberglass materials and state-of-the-art engineering.


It weighs only 1,100 pounds dry, making it far more eco-friendly than a standard RV.

It's engineered to be perfectly durable and built to last.

The add-ons and customizations to the HC1 are limitless.

It's sturdy enough to haul your bikes and any outdoor gear you need for your adventure.

It's the perfect size for a cozy night on the open road.

Credit: Happier Camper

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