This is the Hitch Hotel. It’s a tiny camper that loads right onto the hitch of your vehicle so it has no wheels and weighs just 240 lb.
Once you’re ready to set up camp it expands into a micro camper. The project is on Kickstarter so if you’re interested you can back the project and even be one of the first to get one for less than the future retail price.
Take a look and let us know what you think about it in the comments below. Thanks!
Hitch Hotel Micro Camper
Images © Hitch Hotel
This is one man’s cheap, DIY micro camper.
From the outside, you’ll notice plywood siding with shed doors and a gable-style roof.
When you go inside, you’ll find a refrigerator, pull-up table, and a couch. The roof even opens and allows in fresh air inside. Pretty cool, right?
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Man Builds Cheap, DIY Micro Camper
Images © NJ Outdoors via YouTube
Right now I want to show you this amazing 1974 VW Beetle with a really unique 5th wheel travel trailer camper that can be attached to it.
It’s a rare, bizarre, and down-right awesome combination, isn’t it? I just had to share it with you today. And who knows what it can inspire?
I can just see something similar being done with one of today’s high-efficiency vehicles (like a Prius). Wouldn’t it be great getting to tow your camper with a 50MPG hybrid?
This particular 5th wheel camper has a full bathroom, kitchen, closet space, and it can even sleep up to 4 adults! And the weight is perfectly distributed to the vehicle with 360-degree turning capacity. Absolutely amazing!
According to the video, the Beetle was able to get 18-20 MPG while towing it. I wonder how well a Prius would do. Maybe up to 34 MPG? Why doesn’t something like this exist today?
1974 VW Beetle Towing a Custom 5th Wheel Camper