Do you like hitting the road, but with the comfort of home? If yes, then towing a camping trailer is certainly the best option for you. But instead of camping and traveling in conventional trailers, why don’t you opt for environmentally-conscious RVs? For environmental enthusiasts and camping lovers, the folks at Homegrown Trailers have come up with a sustainable wood panel camper that’s made completely out of natural materials. This way this spherical camper aims at reducing carbon footprint, while offering you comfort of your home on-the-go.
To be precise, it is made from Forest Stewardship Council wood that is certified to be carefully harvested. Furthermore, recycled materials such as reclaimed bamboo and wood pulp are used throughout to shape this elliptical trailer. Weighing 2,000 pounds, the wooden camper is still light enough to be pulled behind a small SUV or large cars. So, it’s perfect for a compete family getaway, out in wilderness.
It is an entirely offgrid trailer, so it’s installed with solar panels to fulfill electricity needs of the inhabitants. Total 400 watts of solar panels and one deep cycle battery are sufficient for running this amazing camper for up to two days.
The 94-square-feet interior accommodates a couch that pulls out into a queen-sized bed, also has a set of bunk beds. It also stores 12 gallons of fresh water, and includes a kitchen with an induction cooktop and a mini fridge. Aside from basic home amenities such as living area, kitchen, sleeping area, etc., the camper also has a composting toilet that doesn’t use chemicals usually found in portable RVs.
Homegrown Trailers is currently seeking funds on Indiegogo campaign. Through the campaign, backers can secure a trailer rental or buy one for early bird price at $25,995. After the campaign, the trailers will retail for $28,995. For those who don’t want to purchase the trailer, different rental plans are also available to enjoy your stay in these eco-friendly trailers for as long as you desire.
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