The Happier Camper Traveler Trailer Offers Flexibility for Life on the Road

Because of the pandemic, most of us have been stuck at home for a year, longing to see something other than the four walls that surround us. Travel is still difficult, especially air travel, until more of the population gets the vaccine, making road travel the best choice. If tents and random motels aren’t your thing, maybe a fully equipped RV would do? After launching its more compact HC1 trailer in 2017, Happier Camper is back with just that – a lightweight, fully-featured trailer with all the comforts of home. The Happier Camper Traveler is taller at 17 feet in length and 1,800 pounds dry weight (and 2,500 pounds payload) thanks to its double-hull fiberglass shell that makes it towable for lighter SUVs, station wagons, and crossovers.

The Traveler is equipped with a 17 gallon fresh water tank, a 17 gallon gray water tank and a combined air and water heater so you can enjoy all of the modern conveniences you would have at home.

Inside you will find a full bathroom with sink, shower and dry-flush toilet, a fully equipped kitchenette with a double burner stove, a drawer refrigerator with DC drive and a sink, and a semi-customizable interior based on the Adaptiv ™ system. The system is made up of modular cube units that fit on the grooved floor to hold them in place until you choose to reconfigure them. The cubes fit side by side or stacked together to create places to sit, sleep, relax and store. You can change the layout at any time.

A large bed can be placed at the back of the living room, while a queen-size bed can be placed in the front. There is also the option of adding a bunk bed and couch combination to accommodate additional people. When the second living space is not needed as a bed it can easily be converted into an office or whatever suits your needs.

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