RVs come in all shapes and sizes. One of those sizes is small, micro to be exact. These micro campers aren’t for everybody, but they can be the perfect option for the right kind of person.
Micro campers come with many benefits, including their ease of use, lightweight design, versatility, and affordability. They can be some of the best options out there if you don’t have a good tow vehicle or the money to purchase one and don’t want to own a motorhome. The micro camper designs are unique and interesting, and they’re also pretty inviting.
With all that in mind, here are three micro campers that are worthy of your consideration.
Forest River Rockwood Geo-Pro 12RK
The Forest River Rockwood Geo-Pro 12RK is a tiny little camper that’s comprised basically of sleeping space, some storage space, and a small kitchen in the rear of the unit accessed outside. The small body of the camper allows it to go pretty much anywhere easily, and it can be towed by practically any vehicle thanks to a weight under 1,200 pounds.
This micro camper can sleep up to two people comfortably. It’s under 11 and a half feet long, so getting it maneuvered where you want it shouldn’t be too much of an issue even for folks new to towing.
Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 12RK
Another good option from Forest River is the Flagstaff E-Pro 12RK. Its layout is essentially the same as the Geo-Pro 12RK, but this model gets some different graphics on the outside and has a slightly different look to it. If you’re looking for something simple with some sleeping space, storage space, and a small kitchen, this option will do just fine.
Again, the Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 12RK has a weight under 1,200 pounds that makes it easy to tow with pretty much any vehicle. Pair that with its ability to sleep two people and its roughly 11 and a half foot length, and you’re looking at a killer micro camper.
Forest River No Boundaries 10.6
The final option on this list is another one from Forest River. Hey, what can I say, the company makes good small units. This one is called the No Boundaries 10.6. As the name suggests, it’s a bit more rugged than the other options. The camper still comes with all you need, though, including ample storage space, some good sleeping space, and an outdoor kitchen.
The camper is also lightweight. It weighs a mere 1,600 pounds and can sleep up to two people. It is a little longer than the other two options, at nearly 14 feet in length. Overall, this is a fantastic option, especially for someone who lives an active lifestyle and wants to get off the beaten path.
All of these models and more can be seen at Camping World’s website!