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7 Surprisingly Small Camping Trailers with Bathrooms

7 Surprisingly Small Camping Trailers with Bathrooms

The desire to live tiny has been gaining momentum in recent years. However, living small often means making sacrifices. While some sacrifices are bigger than others, many people can’t fathom choosing to live without a bathroom. But the good news is you don’t have to! Today, we want to share with you seven small camping trailers with bathrooms.

If living tiny intrigues you, you’ll be delightfully surprised by these trailers’ amenities. Check them out!

Benefits of Having a Bathroom in Your Camping Trailer

Having a private bathroom inside your RV ends the gamble of dirty campground facilities. Plus, small camping trailers with bathrooms allow for remote boondocking adventures. If you find yourself camping miles from the nearest bathroom, having onboard facilities is a must (unless you prefer using a bush!).

In small campers, it is common to find wet baths that conserve space, but sometimes you can even find models with dry baths – where the shower and toilet areas are separate.

Learn more about RV Wet Baths Vs. Dry Baths here.

Best Small Camping Trailers With Bathrooms

You don’t want to go with just any small camper – you want the best. That’s why we’ve done the work and are providing you with our favorite small camping trailers with bathrooms. 

1. Happier Camper with Bathroom Add-On 

The versatility of the Happier Camper makes this a camper worth considering. The floor plan works with the Adaptiv line of products for a customized interior. In short, this camper has easy-to-move modular pieces, so you can change the setup as your needs change. 

The Happier Camper Trailer model features a full kitchenette. The kitchen, shower, and sinks share 17-gallon fresh and gray water tanks. You also have the option to plumb a standard gravity-flush toilet with a black water tank or use a dry-flush design – your choice!

Pro Tip: Learn about Dry Flush Toilets here.

Happier Camper Small Camping Trailers with Bathrooms
Source: happiercamper.com

2. Aliner LXE Camping Trailer with Bathroom

At only 15-feet in length, you may be surprised how many home comforts there are in the Aliner LXE camping trailer. This unit features a sofa that converts to an 80-inch x 76-inch bed. You’ll also find a fully functional kitchenette. 

There’s plenty of headspace with the 8-foot ceiling peak. The bathroom in the Aliner LXE may seem hidden, but it converts to a functional wet bath. The Aline LXE features a cassette-style toilet with a 5-gallon black tank. If you’re looking for a small camper with a bathroom, this might be the one for you.

Source: aliner.com

3. Little Guy Mini Max

With a tongue weight of only 280 pounds, the Little Guy Mini Max provides all that you could need. This small camping trailer is perfect for those with small SUVs.

A 13,500 BTU A/C and 16,000 BTU furnace means you’ll be camping comfortably no matter the weather. Between the 5-cubic foot refrigerator, two-burner stove, and built-in microwave, you’ll feel right at home in the kitchen. 

The tinted dual pane windows offer great views without sacrificing privacy. Moreover, the bathroom in the Little Guy Mini Max has an incredible height of 6 feet and features a residential-style glass shower door. The high-profile pedal flush toilet shares the shower space.

Little Guy Mini Max
Source: golittleguy.com
Little Guy Mini Max
Source: golittleguy.com

Ultimately, the Little Guy Mini Max checks off many necessary boxes when looking for small camping trailers with bathrooms. 

4. 16’ Casita Deluxe Small Camper with Bathroom

The Casita Deluxe line comes in five different layouts, including a bunk model (the Heritage Model). The Casita’s lightweight construction features an impressive 50-cubic foot of storage space – a remarkable feature not often found in small camping trailers with bathrooms.

The large screen windows and a rooftop air conditioner allow for optimal air circulation. A 16-gallon freshwater tank and a 13-gallon gray tank are standard but can be upgraded to 25 and 32-gallon tanks, respectively. 

The bathroom is a typical shower/toilet combination but feels more extensive than standard combination setups. Since the Deluxe models include a bathroom, they have 15-gallon black holding tanks. Additionally, you’ll find a two-burner cooktop, 4-cubic foot refrigerator, and space for a microwave in the kitchen.

Casita Deluxe Heritage
Source: casitatraveltrailers.com

5. Jayco Hummingbird 16MRB

The Jayco Hummingbird 16MRB is a small travel trailer with many of the same amenities found in larger rigs. In the bathroom, you’ll find a standalone shower, a separate toilet, and a vanity. That’s right! This small camping trailer has a dry bath.

Dry bath in a Jayco Hummingbird 17MBS camper

The murphy bed provides a comfortable queen bed without sacrificing space when not in use. With a trio of 25.5-gallon fresh, gray, and black tanks, you’ll spend less time emptying your tanks. 

A 2-burner cooktop, microwave, refrigerator, and small pantry will make you feel at home. The Jayco Hummingbird 16MRB is 19 feet, 10 inches in length, and has a dry hitch weight of only 315 lbs. With such a light hitch weight, it’s an excellent option for many tow vehicle setups.

Source: jayco.com

6. Lance 1475

The 1475 is the smallest travel trailer made by Lance. Still, it offers everything you need for a comfortable camping trip. Starting with the kitchen, Lance didn’t skimp on features. This unit has a 3-burner range, a five cubic foot 3-way refrigerator, a large round sink, and ample counter space for preparing meals.

Parallel to the galley kitchen, you can eat a meal or simply relax in one of two lounge chairs accompanied by a rotating table in the middle. At the front of the Lance 1475 is a queen-size pillow-top bed.

Of course, we can’t forget about the bathroom in this small camping trailer. This unit has a dry bath, which includes a tall shower with a dual-pane skylight, a vanity with plenty of storage, and a marine hand-flush toilet.

Lance 1475 Travel Trailer
Lance 1475

7. Winnebago Micro Minnie

The Micro Minnie is known for being a small camper without compromise. Winnebego offers several layouts within this product line, so you’ll find exactly what you need. Plus, these units have many of the best features of larger rigs but in a compact style. 

Micro Minnies range in length from 19 feet to 25 feet and are easily towable. Some layouts even come with a slide-out, a massive luxury in small units.

The kitchens are spacious and include a large 10.3 cubic foot refrigerator in addition to three burners. The bathrooms are surprisingly large as well, equipping this RV’s interior with a separate shower and toilet. And did we mention the bathroom vanities? Because Micro Minnies have dry baths, the bathroom cabinets provide much-needed storage.

2021 Winnebago Micro Minnie Travel Trailer

Searching for more small travel trailer designs? We also have a list of 9 Unique Travel Trailers That Will Catch Your Eye

No More Sacrificing Bathroom Space in These Camping Trailers

As you can see, these small camping trailers with bathrooms pack quite a punch. These manufacturers know what customers want, and they make it happen. Gone are the days of sacrificing because you want to live tiny. Now, you can have your bathroom and use it too!

Where have you taken your small camper and appreciated the onboard bathroom? Let us know in the comments!

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Dan Hinz

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Tom and Cait,

Thank you for this and all of your articles. As we move through our journey of owning a TT, we find them informative. We own a 1995 Lance and love the layout and dry bath. Total trailer length from hitch to bumper is 24’.

We really enjoyed your Go North series and are looking forward to your New Zealand videos.

Dan

Mortons on the Move

Friday 26th of February 2021

You're welcome. It's always nice to hear that our articles have helped people on their RV journey. Happy Travels! :)

Christine

Thursday 25th of February 2021

I love my Rockwood GeoPro 15TB. Just right for me and I can easily pull it with my Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. Both are off-road capable and the trailer is solar ready.

Mortons on the Move

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Sounds like you have a great setup! Thanks for sharing! :)

Douglas & Priscilla Charlton

Thursday 25th of February 2021

You also left out the Safari Condo Alto. We have the F1743 model and love it

Mortons on the Move

Thursday 25th of February 2021

We've heard the Safari Condo Alto is a great little RV! In fact, we included it in our list of Eye-Catching Travel Trailers, which you can find here: https://www.mortonsonthemove.com/eye-catching-travel-trailers/

Alan S Foster

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Also check out he NuCamp line of trailers.

Mortons on the Move

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Absolutely! The nuCamp [email protected] would be another good choice if someone likes the teardrop style.

Carol Rose

Thursday 25th of February 2021

You forgot to mention the Bigfoot. We moved up last year from the 17’ Cassita. The Canadian built all fiberglass Bigfoot is considered the top of the line of small travel trailers. The Bigfoot models come in various sizes- up to ours at 25’. All fiberglass campers have amazing resale value unlike the others you’ve mentioned.

Mortons on the Move

Thursday 25th of February 2021

Bigfoot trailers are certainly another great option! Thanks for sharing!

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