This is the story of one couple’s beautiful, cozy, and stealthy cargo trailer tiny house conversion named Minnie. It’s a 112-sq.-ft. trailer turned into a very nice camper!
Why is it so exciting? Well, when you see it you’ll understand. But it features a king bed, full bath with toilet and shower, and a flip-up table. It’s really cool what you can do with one of these trailers, don’t you think? With this one, they used the area over the trailer hitch to create a spacious shower.
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Cargo Trailer Turned DIY Tiny House RV with Awning. It All Started With This 16′ Trailer.
It was custom made to their specs with 7-ft. ceilings.
They didn’t expect it to take almost two years to complete!
But in the end, we think it worked out…
Lots of storage under the bed.
Building the kitchen…
The other side of the house is where the bathroom/shower is.
This area, over the hitch, is where the bathroom will be located.
Shower with bonus space.
It turned out nice.
Quite nice, isn’t it?
Toilet room and shower .
The bedroom with storage.
A custom, quality travel trailer with 112-sq.-ft. of space.
They use the custom trailer for camping.
They plan on doing some boon-docking soon.
It’s even equipped with a built-in awning.
Have you ever considered a cargo trailer conversion like this?
What do you prefer, a van conversion, or a cargo trailer conversion, like this? Obviously, this is going to be cheaper to build than most van conversions.
Video Tour – Unbelievable Cargo Trailer Conversion (They Turned It Into A Beautiful Tiny Camper)
Follow Up Video – Couple’s Cargo Trailer Conversion Questions Answered
- Stealthy off-grid cargo trailer conversion
- Based on 7×16 cargo trailer
- DIY build
- Took them almost 2 years to build it!
- Built on a custom 16-ft cargo trailer with 7-ft ceilings
- Has nice custom bathroom with shower
- See and learn more about the construction process over at Chatfield Court’s cargo trailer conversion page as well as on their new website Must Love Camping!
- Cargo Trailer Conversion @ Chatfield Court (See How It Was Built Right Here!)
- Cargo Trailer Conversion to Tiny RV Camper at Chatfield Court/YouTube Channel
- More About This Cargo Trailer Conversion at Must Love Camping
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This looks so neat and tidy and very good use of space! I like it, and I like that it is stealthy
Very handy if you’re going to be boondocking!
Bright & Cheery 😉
Beautifully done. Great job!
impressive for sure. I like how they put the footrest in the shower, I have never seen that before and it is a great idea. I would want at least a curtain for the toilet room but that’s just me. All in all it’s a great little stealthy home away from home.
Hi Theresa! We addressed the open toilet fix in our follow-up video on YouTube. Thanks for checking out our cargo trailer conversion! 🙂
Yes the footrest is a neat idea.
Curious what the total cost of the project was? Very impressive!!!!
I do like it. I have thought of going this route. I am anxious if they could give a cost estimate
if done in a shorter time frame. People would be interested. Also the weight now its finished. It
would be nice to travel in.
Very nicely done! I’d add a stool/small ladder to get up to the bed, but that’s definitely a minor issue. First floor bed! Perfect…
You guys did a great job on this cargo conversion. As far as your toilet, it’s really not an issues. It is camping after all and a toilet inside is the most important fixture next to the shower. I really liked what you did in the back for storage, gave me a number if ideas. Thanks and job well done.
It looks amazing! I can’t wait to go see the YouTube videos of the build. Thank you for sharing.