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Patty and Shane were living in a 3,500-square-foot home after spending years living around the United States for Shane’s military career. Despite all the moves, they’d never seen what the country had to offer. Once their boys were grown, they sold the house and started traveling in their fifth wheel.

After a couple of years on the road, they decided they wanted to travel from Texas to Alaska, so they downsized from the fifth wheel into a truck camper. The 100-square-foot space has a dinette bump out, which provides a little extra room, a wet bath, a kitchen, and a queen-sized bed.

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Headed to Alaska in Their Truck Camper

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This awesome couple enjoys the nomadic lifestyle and has started flipping and custom-converting different campers, ADUs, and other vehicles. One of their most recent projects is this 1966 Kit Companion which they renovated with a nod to the 60s.

The little camper has a fixed bed, a U-shaped dinette that becomes a second bed, and a little kitchenette. There’s also a little mudroom space with a bench and hooks for hanging coats and bags. Enjoy the video tour below.

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Adorable Camper with 60s Flair

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Are you looking for weekend adventures but not in the mood to set up tents but also don’t have the space to store an RV? That’s where the father-and-son duo that came up with the idea for the Hitch Hotel found themselves a few years ago. And they decided to do something about it.

The Hitch Hotel was once a Kickstarter, but is now ready for preorder, with delivery between February 1 and March 15, 2023. The camper collapses to under 4 feet long — making it easy to store — and expands to over 7 ft to provide ample room for sleeping. What do you think?

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Hitch Hotel Expanding Camper Lets Anyone Have an RV

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Looking for a sweet glamping option? The solar-powered Camp365 from GoSun is a crazy-cool pop-up camper that will take you anywhere and provide a cozy upgrade to your typical tent camping.

What do you think of this? Is it the future of camping?

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Forget A Pop-Up Tent: It’s a Pop-Up Camper!

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This is a feature on a 1971 vintage camper remodel with really cool off-grid appliances. The owners are Jenna and Nabil of Tiny House Giant Journey.

This 1971 Hunter Compact Jr. has gone through several remodels throughout its lifetime as Jenna mentioned in the video. You can also check out the before video to get an idea of what changed in the past year. With the most recent remodel, they were able to maximize the space for storage, a mini kitchen, and a convertible bench-to-bed.

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Off-Grid Ready Vintage Camper Remodel By Tiny House Giant Journey

1971 Vintage Camper Remodel With Off-Grid Appliances

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This is a 5×8 weekender tiny house camper, according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.

Unit has 30amp. 25ft. power cord, 12v Heavy Duty RV battery coupled with a 3000watt. inverter/battery charger and 400watts. of solar panels to keep you for those off grid adventures. size is 5’x8′ and weighs 1960lbs.

It was priced at $11,700.00, was built in 2018, and features about 40 sq. ft. of space plus an outdoor kitchen similar to a teardrop camper. What do you think?

8ft ‘Weekender’ Tiny House on Wheels for $11,700

8-Foot Weekender Tiny House Camper

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This is the Tiny Home Camper. It’s a 12ft long by 7 ft wide tiny house on wheels designed to be easy to tow.

It features a dinette sleeper, kitchenette, half bathroom, and a covered front porch with built-in seats. It’s very nice! And the prototype model is currently available for $22,000 (sold).

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The 12ft Tiny Home Camper For Sale out of Skaneateles, New York (SOLD!)

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This is the Tvan Camper Trailer by Track Trailer in Australia. It’s a micro travel trailer that you can tow with just about any vehicle, including off-road vehicles.

Once you’re at your camping site, the rear folds out into a tent with a platform at the bottom. On one side of the camper, there’s a nice outdoor kitchen compartment that you can pull out. It also features an awning that sets up in less than two minutes right above your kitchen area. It’s very, very cool!

Take a look at it below and let us know what you think in the comments.

Amazing Tvan Camper Trailer Concept

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This is a 2016 Ford Transit Connect Camper Van Conversion.

The seller’s grandpa bought the van and converted it shortly after his wife passed away. He used it to travel with his dog. Now his grandson is helping him sell it because he recently built a house and no longer uses it. Take the full tour, learn more about it below, and let us know what you think of it in the comments. Would you travel around the country in a vehicle like this?

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He Turned This 2016 Ford Transit Connect Into His Custom Campervan! It Has Solar And All!

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