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

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

Due to the pandemic, most of us have been stuck at home for a year longing to see anything but the four walls surrounding us. Travel is still tricky, especially air travel, until more of the population gets the vaccine, which makes road tripping the best bet. If tents and random motels aren’t your thing, perhaps a fully-equipped camper would do? After the launch of its more compact HC1 trailer in 2017, Happier Camper is back with just that – a lightweight, fully-equipped trailer with all the comforts of home. The Happier Camper Traveler is larger at 17′ long with a dry weight of 1,800 lbs (and loaded weight of 2,500 lbs) thanks to its dual-hull fiberglass shell that makes it towable by lighter SUVs, station wagons and crossovers.

The Traveler is outfitted with a 17-gallon fresh water tank, a 17-gallon gray water tank and a combo air and water heater so you can enjoy all the modern conveniences you’d have at home.

Inside you’ll find a complete bathroom with a sink, shower and dry-flush toilet, a fully-equipped kitchenette with a dual burner stove, DC-powered drawer fridge and a sink, and a semi-customizable interior based on their Adaptiv™ System. The system comprises modular cube units that fit onto the grooved floor to hold them in place until you want to reconfigure them. The cubes fit together side-by-side or stacked to form places for seating, sleeping, relaxation and storage. Anytime you want to change up the layout, you can.

A full-sized bed can be setup in the back of the living space while the front can fit a queen-sized bed. There’s also the option to add a bunk bed/couch combo to accommodate additional people. If the second living space isn’t needed as a bed, it can easily be reconfigured into an office or whatever suits your needs.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.