Happier Camper—maker of this uber cute, vintage-style travel trailer and these new camper conversion kits—just announced a new trailer that is meant to make your home away from home even more comfortable. The 2020 Traveler continues the company’s affinity for retro design in a new, larger package.
With two dedicated living spaces and an integrated bathroom and kitchenette, the fiberglass Traveler boasts modern conveniences like wraparound shelves, mood lighting, a water heater, and an optional air conditioning unit. While the bathroom and kitchenette are fixed into place, the seating areas can be reconfigured using Happier Camper’s innovative Adaptiv modular interior system.
As we discussed in our review of the company’s first model, the HC1, the Adaptive system uses lightweight cubes that nest into the honeycomb floor like Legos. This allows you to customize the Traveler as needed—adding or taking away beds, benches, or tables—and the cubes can be used as outdoor furniture, too.
Despite its longer length and more built-out features, the Traveler still measures in at a relatively lightweight 1,800 pounds dry. It can also be outfitted for off-the-grid living with solar packages, all-season insulation, hot water, and heater.
The larger size of the trailer means that it’s not quite as cute as the HC1 and it lacks that model’s large rear hatch, but the Traveler still features a two-toned design, wide entry door with adorable port window, and other spacious windows located on each side. For campers who like a built-in bathroom and a bit more space, the Traveler fits the bill.