You can’t always take a big hulking camper with you everywhere you go, which is why the TigerMoth Micro Camper is a viable option.
It’s a smaller camper by made Texas-based Taxa, and it weighs just 900 pounds, making it easily towable by any vehicle that has at least a four-cylinder engine. But just because it’s small, doesn’t mean it comes short on the features. In fact, it serves much of the functions of traditional campers, including a 48-inch kitchen drawer that pulls out from the rear, which gives users 5.5 square feet of cooking space. It uses an integrated electrical system that has a battery which lasts for nearly a week of off-grid use, meaning you can charge your devices and have light even though you’re off the grid. The camper houses a convertible couch bed, and it comes with a tongue-mounted toolbox, roof rack and roof cargo deck. It’s available for $12,990. [Purchase]