Camping

This next generation camper is a fusion of style and functionality

Traveler - Happier Camper, Los Angeles, USA

Happier Camper, the innovative Los Angeles-based company known for its retro-styled trailers, has unveiled its latest creation: the Traveler. Building upon the success of their HC1 model, the Traveler offers a slightly larger footprint with enhanced features tailored for families and adventurers alike.
Measuring 17 feet in length and weighing just 1,800 pounds, the Traveler embodies the essence of versatility and convenience. Its modular interior, lightweight construction, and vintage design make it a compelling option for those seeking both style and functionality in their travels.


The exterior of the Traveler boasts a nostalgic rounded shape, reminiscent of classic trailers, while incorporating modern amenities such as a retractable awning and a fiberglass “trunk” for storage. This durable compartment houses essential systems including air-and-water heating and a sizable water tank setup.
Upon entering the Traveler’s 85-square-foot interior, one immediately notices the spaciousness and flexibility afforded by Happier Camper’s Adaptiv modular system. The honeycomb fiberglass floor serves as the foundation for interchangeable modules that can transform the space into various configurations, from sleeping quarters to dining areas.
What sets the Traveler apart is its ability to seamlessly integrate indoor and outdoor living. The modular units, which include beds, tables, and coolers, can be easily moved outside, enhancing the camping experience and maximizing usable space.


Families will appreciate the Traveler’s versatility, with options to configure the interior to accommodate sleeping arrangements and dining setups tailored to their needs. The trailer’s generous headroom of 6 feet and 5 inches ensures comfort for all occupants.
The dedicated kitchenette in the middle of the trailer features a built-in sink, a two-burner stove, and a DC-powered refrigerator drawer. Ample storage space allows for organization of kitchen essentials, making meal preparation a breeze.
A notable addition to the Traveler is its enclosed bathroom, complete with a toilet, sink, and shower. The option for a dry flush or plumbed toilet, along with the availability of dimmable lights and power outlets, enhances the trailer’s convenience and comfort.

While lacking a rear hatch door like its predecessor, the Traveler compensates with integrated features tailored for family outings and extended trips. Optional upgrades such as solar panels and air conditioning further enhance the trailer’s capabilities, making it a versatile companion for any adventure.
Starting at $49,950, the Happier Camper Traveler represents a significant investment for outdoor enthusiasts seeking a blend of retro charm and modern convenience. With its clever Adaptiv system and thoughtful design elements, the Traveler promises a journey filled with endless possibilities and memorable experiences.
For more information on the Happier Camper Traveler trailer, visit the official Happier Camper website.

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