What if you could enjoy the comfort and luxury of an RV, but with a smaller footprint and a lower cost? With a small travel trailer, you can have all that and more. Here are just a few of the unique benefits of hitting the road with a small travel trailer:
Most everyday vehicles, including minivans and SUVs, don’t have the capacity to tow a full-size RV. Small travel trailers, on the other hand, can be towed by just about any vehicle with a trailer hitch. What’s more, smaller trailers are much easier to maneuver, whether you’re stopping for gas or parking at your campsite.
In addition to being less expensive than full-size RVs, travel trailers also cost less money in gas to tow. While the cost of taking a long road trip in a big RV can add up fast, towing a travel trailer behind your car is typically far more cost-effective
Small travel trailers are much easier to maintain than full-size RVs. With fewer moving parts, they’re perfect for novice adventurers as well as those who prefer to keep things simple.
On a family getaway or romantic trip, cozying up with the ones you love in a small trailer can be a truly special experience.
Your Choice of Campsites
Some campgrounds don’t allow larger RVs. Small travel trailers, however, don’t take up much more room than a tent, which allows travelers to choose from a broader range of campsites.