There’s trailers, then there are trailers, then there is the Escape Traveler. If you’re looking to take living on the road as a more permanent move, you’ll quickly outgrow your tent, car camping setup or small travel trailer. The Traveler is a 269 square foot wonder on wheels that is made in the heartland in Northern Wisconsin, is energy efficient and at 10,000 lbs, it can be towed by nearly any standard pick-up.
The Traveler measures 28′ long (including hitch), 8.5′ wide and 13.5′ in height. It looks small on the outside, but interior construction is designed for maximum comfort and space. Water and power hookup is easily done in minutes, allowing you to hook-up and hit the road at a moment’s notice.
Bedrooms – Upper sleeping loft with queen bed, second sleeping loft or attic plus first floor daybed that folds into a couch.
Kitchen – Full-size 30″ LP rage, 30″ refrigerator, extensive oak cabinetry, stainless sink, 48×30 kitchen table with many options available.
Bathroom – 60″ vanity, 60″ tub/shower, Toto toilet, Grohe faucet, LED lighting, larger mirror and more.
Exterior – Cedar lap siding and trim with steel accent and protective panels. Full light 36″ glass entry door, Low-E windows.
Interior – Dakota planking, 100% recycled, eco-certified T&G. Vinyl flooring. Maple or Oak solid core bathroom door.
Insulation – Closed cell foam using recycled products.
Climate Control – Baseboard heat with thermostat. Optional Split System A/C with heat pump.
Utility – Standard RV hook-ups including 50 amp or 30 amp electric plug, 3/4″ water connection, 3″ quick couple septic connection. Optional water tanks available.
Other Options – Pella windows, electric jack, laminate flooring, electric fireplace, big screen TV with Blu-ray, washer/dryer, USB outlets, generator, and many more.
The Escape Traveler introductory pricing starts at $58,000. You’ll pay a lot more for a lot less if you do some internet searching for other RV’s in this category. Don’t want to live on the go? Imagine one of these in your backyard as a guest house or a small getaway down by the river. Learn more at Escape Traveler.
[Photos: Escape Traveler]