We have always loved tiny trailers here at the RV Atlas. Stephanie and I have been covering them on the podcast since the beginning! Our family camping unit includes 2 adults, 3 kids, and our sweet dog Maggie. So a tiny trailer is not a really a good option for our crew. But they are still a temptation and something of a forbidden fruit for us. I think we both look forward to having a smaller RV after the boys head off to college. Or maybe even buying a second tiny trailer if it ever makes sense for us financially. We have also always loved trailers that are built for going off the grid. Or at the very least–dry camping adventures.
Our last two rigs have been equipped with solar and large tanks (and our new Eagle even has a generator) so that we can camp without hookups for days on end. So to put it mildly–the combination of tiny trailers that are also built for off-grid adventures really hits a sweet spot for both of us.
Stephanie recently penned an article for Togo RV about the “6 Best RV’s for Going Off the Grid” and after reading it, I knew we had to have her on the show to talk about her picks. Click on the media player above or subscribe to The RV Atlas wherever you get your podcasts to listen to our discussion of important features for off-grid RV’s–and Stephanie’s review of the following 6 rigs!
- inTech RV Flyer
- Lance Truck Camper
- Airstream Basecamp
- Jayco Jay Feather Micro
- Winnebago Hike
- Rockwood Geo Pro
Will we finally get a tiny trailer of our own? One that is built for outdoor adventure and dry camping at our favorite state parks like Assateague? I think we will. And when we do I think it will be one of these six!