12 Best Camper Trailers Under 25 Feet: 2024 Models

We have toured and reviewed hundreds of travel trailers that are less than 20 feet over the years. Small camper trailers under 25 feet abound in the RV world. Most are lightweight and can be towed by a variety of vehicles. These smaller trailers are generally easier to maneuver and are in an attractive price range.

Add in a full bath, plenty of sleeping space, and a well-apportioned kitchen and you are ready to take family and friends on a host of adventures.

Large RVs with multiple slides and tons of space are great for some but the sub-25 feet category holds a huge chunk of the market.

Is A Travel Trailer Right for You?

Travel trailers are a great option for an RV for many reasons. They are a great value and have a large range of sizes for singles, couples, and even large families.

Traditional travel trailers like the ones on this list are all bumper pull so no special hitch or large tow vehicle is needed. An SUV or 1/2 ton with sway bars is all you need for an enjoyable toeing experience.

One consideration if you are purchasing a small or mid-sized travel trailer includes the bathroom. You will want to decide between a full dry bath or a wet bath. Packing all the amenities and features into a smaller space often comes with some sacrifices.

Storage may also be a question you have with a smaller trailer under 25 feet. These days, however, manufacturers are very creative in providing storage in a smaller trailer.

After you read through our list, you can check out our video below, where we tour some of the best travel trailers under 25 feet.

12 Best Camper Trailers Under 25 Feet

The trailers mentioned below are a great size for towing with a smaller vehicle, yet they still give you plenty of sleeping and living room to be comfortable.

If you are weighing the pros and cons of a small travel trailer, check out our list of 12 best camper trailers under 25 feet to start your research.

1. Winnebago Micro Minnie 2306BHS

Winnebago Micro Minnie 2306BHS exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Winnebago Micro Minnie 2306BHS interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Winnebago Micro Minnie 2306BHS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Who doesn’t love a Winnebago?

⛔ Longest trailer and also heaviest trailer on the list

  • Length: 25.5 feet
  • UVW: 4,633 lbs
  • GVWR: 6,000 lbs
  • CCC: 1,367 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 588 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5

Check out the Winnebago Micro Minnie 2306BHS. This camper may be small, but it is big in features and has plenty of floorplans to choose from. Yes, it’s a few inches over 25 feet but we had to include this one.

A simple Murphy Bed at the front of the trailer provides you with a great sleeping area and plenty of floor space.

The kitchen area of this trailer provides a deep single basin sink, a 3-burner cooktop, an 8 cu. ft. dual gas/electric fridge, and a convection microwave. While you won’t have an oven, in its place is a large storage drawer perfect for keeping pots and pans.

Across from the kitchen, a dinette for four in the slide-out provides ample eating space without affecting the floor space.

Enjoy a rainy afternoon with a large flat-screen TV and media center located by the dinette, complete with AM/FM radio, USB, Bluetooth, and indoor and outdoor speakers.

At the back of the trailer, you will find single bunks and a bathroom with a standup shower.

The trailer comes with a power awning with LED light strips. Every Micro Minnie features a 200-watt solar panel with a charge controller, and also a side mount prep for an additional panel.

2. Jayco Jay Flight 195RB

Jayco Jay Flight 195RB exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Jayco Jay Flight 195RB interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Jayco Jay Flight 195RB floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ American-made Goodyear Endurance tires

⛔ Floor plan is a little tight

  • Length: 21.1 feet
  • UVW: 3,015 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,995 lbs
  • CCC: 980 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 295
  • Sleeps: 4

Built on a single axle, this Jay Flight 195RB is compact and easy to tow. It may be on the smaller side but there is no skimping on amenities.

It has real wood cabinet doors, galvanized steel wheel wells, an integrated A-frame, dark tinted windows for privacy and UV protection, and backup camera prep.

This Jayco Jay Flight also offers a semi-private bedroom with a walk-around queen bed that can be sectioned off with a privacy curtain. There is a bathroom with a tub/shower and toilet. The kitchen has a two-burner range, a microwave, and an 8 cu. ft 12-volt refrigerator.

Outside a 10-foot power awning, as well as plenty of exterior storage, is just the beginning. The customer value package includes two stabilizer jacks with sand pads, American-made Goodyear Endurance tires, keyed-alike entry and baggage doors and JaySMART LED lighting.

3. Heartland Mallard T180BH

Heartland Mallard T180BH exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Heartland Mallard T180BH interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Heartland Mallard T180BH floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Lots of sleeping capacity

⛔ Higher priced

  • Length: 22.5 feet
  • UVW: 4,026 lbs
  • GVWR: 5,622 lbs
  • CCC: 1,580 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 522 lbs
  • Sleeps: 5-6

You will love the open concept of the Heartland Mallard T180BH. Whether you are a full-time RVer or a weekend warrior, this ultra-light travel trailer will take you anywhere you want to go.

This floorplan features a front queen Murphy bed with a privacy curtain and rear double queen bunks that will sleep a family of four plus more friends and family.

The kitchen features a full-height residential backsplash, deep bowl kitchen sink, high-rise kitchen faucet, six cu. Ft. double-door refrigerator and also a kid’s doodle station.

A full bath with shower/tub surround, medicine cabinet, and power vent make up the bathroom. Reversible booth cushions, tinted safety windows, overstuffed residential furniture, and Wi-Fi prep will keep you comfortable and connected as you travel.

This unit also has plenty of places to store your stuff, including a large pass-through storage.

4. Coachmen Apex Nano 201RBS

Coachmen Apex Nano 201RBS exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Coachmen Apex Nano 201RBS interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Coachmen Apex Nano 201RBS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Good sized bathroom

⛔ Limited counter space

  • Length: 24.11 feet
  • UVW: 4,048 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,544 lbs
  • CCC: 3,496 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 544 lbs
  • Sleeps: 3

This Coachmen Apex Nano travel trailer features a Murphy bed, giving you plenty of space during the day and the ultimate comfort at night on the 60 X 80 queen bed. Dual wardrobes will give you plenty of storage in the bedroom.

The fully-equipped kitchen and dinette booth are great for cooking and enjoying meals. The kitchen has plenty of storage room with a pantry and wardrobe next to the entry. The Nano also has an outdoor camp kitchen with a mini-frig and cooktop.

The corner bath with an angled shower helps to provide plenty of floor space. In addition to the interior shower, the Nano offers a hot and cold outdoor shower as well.

The Aluma-cage construction and vacuum-bonded Azdel fiberglass walls on an I-beam chassis make for a well-constructed RV. The powered-coated frame is also corrosion-resistant.

5. Airstream Flying Cloud 23FB

Airstream Flying Cloud 23FB exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Airstream Flying Cloud 23FB interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Airstream Flying Cloud 23FB floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Beautiful Airstream interior

⛔ Tight space around the bed

  • Length: 23.11 feet
  • UVW: 5,000 lbs
  • GVWR: 6,000 lbs
  • CCC: 1,000 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 500 lbs
  • Sleeps: 4

From front to back, the Airstream Flying Cloud 23 FB is designed for the family that wants to get the most out of their travels.

Starting at the front, the comfortable queen-sized bed gives you the perfect place to relax after a day of sightseeing, hiking, or just enjoying the outdoors.

You also have the option of twin beds that will open up the center aisle for more space and longer mattresses. Under-the-bed storage, as well as a closet for hanging clothes, provides plenty of room for clothes and gear.

The kitchen is well-appointed, with a stove/microwave, rectangular sink, and plenty of counter space. The 6.8 cu. Ft., 12-volt refrigerator will hold what you need for a hearty family meal. Upper and lower cabinets in the kitchen area let you store dishes, pots, pans, and food, and lockers above the dinette provide even more space for all the things you need for your trip.

Dinette seating has plenty of room for four. If you need extra sleeping space, it also converts easily for more sleeping room.

The bathroom takes up the entire rear of the trailer for plenty of space. The large vanity includes storage below the sink, plus windows that open. The shower is spacious and also features a built-in seat.

6. Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser 19TWD

Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser 19TWD exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser 19TWD interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser 19TWD floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Not your average-looking travel trailer

⛔ Unique but also very specific look

  • Length: 23.1 feet
  • UVW: 3,035 lbs
  • GVWR: 4,380
  • CCC: 1,345
  • Tongue Weight: 380 lbs
  • Sleeps: 4

The Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser is not only a lightweight, small trailer, it is fun to look at and brings together the best of the old and the new. State-of-the-art technology with a fun 50s vibe is perfect for individuals, couples, or a small family wanting to get out on the road.

The size, low weight, and aerodynamic profile of the Vintage Cruiser means you can tow it even with a smaller SUV.

Key standard features include vinyl flooring, Roanoke light cherry cabinetry, LED running lights, pass-through lights, step lights, a full dry bath, a one-piece laminated fiberglass roof, and much more.

The Vintage package includes vintage exterior graphics, 14-inch radial tires with moon hubcaps, vintage dinette trumpet light, pearl fabric shower curtain, vintage drapes with decorative rods, vintage dinette, vintage flat cabinet doors, and vintage custom comforter with vintage logo pillow shams.

7. Forest River r-Pod RP202

Forest River r-Pod RP202 exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Forest River r-Pod RP202 interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Forest River r-Pod RP202 floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Private bedroom

⛔ Floor plan can feel a little cut up

  • Length: 25 feet
  • UVW: 4,868 lbs
  • GVWR:7,506 lbs
  • CCC: 2,638 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 506 lbs
  • Sleeps: 3

The Forest River r-Pod is a great choice for a camper trailer under 25 feet. It is lightweight with a slide-out, as well as quality construction. This model also features welded aluminum sidewalls, a gel coat exterior, an independent torsion axle, aluminum wheels, and a power awning.

It features a rear kitchen with a large pantry, stainless steel convection microwave oven, butcher block countertops, the largest-in-class refrigerator, upgraded kitchen faucet with a large, barreled sink, pantry, and a 2-burner recessed cooktop with glass cover.

It has a mid-bathroom with a shower with Showermiser, curved curtain rod, corner sink with medicine cabinet, linen cabinet, and toilet. The bathroom also has a second door that opens into the main living area.

This R-pod has a walkaround queen bed, with wardrobe cabinets on either side. The entertainment center is mounted on the wall opposite the head of the bed.

This model also features an outdoor kitchen, all LED lighting, a Maxxair Fan, Bluetooth stereo, an electric fireplace, portable solar prep, pass-through storage, a central vacuum, and much more.

8. Grand Design Transcend 200MK

Grand Design Transcend 200MK exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Grand Design Transcend 200MK interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Grand Design Transcend 200MK floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Large dinette

⛔ Privacy curtain

  • Length: 24.11 feet
  • UVW: 5,397 lbs
  • GVWR: 6,995 lbs
  • CCC: 1,598 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 517 lbs
  • Sleeps: 4

The Grand Design Transcend 200MK is a great lightweight option and is just under 25 feet. Grand Design has well-constructed trailers and is a popular manufacturer.

The Transcend boasts an open floorplan and a functional design and is easily towable with a half-ton truck or even an SUV. It might be your perfect option for a smaller travel trailer.

In the front, you will find a 60 X 80 queen bed with a privacy curtain. There is lots of floor space and the slide houses the u-shaped dinette area. You can also choose theatre seating.

The kitchen includes residential countertops, a microwave, and a 3-burner range with an oven. There is an eight cu. ft double-door refrigerator for storing all your food.

The rear bathroom has a full walk-in shower with a power vent fan, medicine cabinet, and tub surround.

Other amenities include a flat-screen TV, power awning, power tongue jack, front pass-through storage, rear ladder, and more. You will also have two USB ports and plenty of power outlets for all your device charging needs.

You will also have cable and satellite prep, backup camera, and solar prep for your future add-ons. Oversized tank capacities are a great feature that will keep you set for plenty of off-grid time.

9. Lance 2075

Lance 2075 exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Lance 2075 interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Lance 2075 floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ 4 season build

⛔ More expensive than most

  • Length: 20.3 feet
  • UVW: 4,930 lbs
  • GVWR: 6,800 lbs
  • CCC: 1,870 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 530 lbs
  • Sleeps: 4

The Lance 2075 is a great small camper at just over 20 feet long. There are tons of standard and optional accessories that will make this camper great for a family or for entertaining friends.

This camper has a four-season rating with an enclosed underbelly room for a spare propane tank on the front mount and of course, acrylic double-pane windows.

Check out the optional tailgate package that slides out at the rear of the trailer with a sink, two-burner stove, built-in counter space, and a small refrigerator. You can also opt for the power rear awning with LED lights, backup camera, and mounting provided for an outdoor TV with outlet and USB.

You can enjoy the full-length rear wall dinette and kitchen with a five cu. ft. three-way refrigerator, microwave, and two-burner stovetop.

The dry bath features a large shower with an overmounted residential sink and tankless water heater. The walk-around bed features dual nightstands as well as an optional TV.

10. Oliver Legacy Elite II 

 Oliver Legacy Elite II exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
 Oliver Legacy Elite II interior - camper trailers under 25 feet
 Oliver Legacy Elite II floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Oliver quality

⛔ The fiberglass interior finish isn’t for everyone

  • Length: 23.6 feet
  • UVW: 4,900 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,000 lbs
  • CCC: 2,100 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 490 lbs
  • Sleeps: 3

If you love exploring the outdoors, you will love it even more in the popular Oliver Legacy Elite II. At just 23.6 feet long, this one is small but luxurious, with plenty of space for a small family.

The double-hull fiberglass shell makes it ready for four seasons. You can choose between a standard bed, which is king size, or a twin-bed floor plan. The dinette converts to a single bed. You also have a full bathroom with a toilet, sink, and shower.

The kitchen features a flush mount 2-burner stove, 2-way compressor refrigerator (12-volt, 120-volt), high-rise swivel faucet, custom-designed storage drawers with dovetail joints, and stainless-steel microwave.

Other standard features include a surge protector, “Mighty Mini” Intellipower Converter with built-in charge-wizard, charging stations, 12-volt DC marine grade female socket and dual USB 5V adapters, and an exterior plug-and-play port for portable solar panels.

11. Keystone Bullet Crossfire 1700BH

Keystone Bullet Crossfire 1700BH - camper trailers under 25 feet
Keystone Bullet Crossfire 1700BH - camper trailers under 25 feet
Keystone Bullet Crossfire 1700BH floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Small and lightweight with bunks

⛔ Cramped bathroom

  • Length: 21.5 feet
  • UVW: 3,485 lbs
  • GVWR: 4,825 lbs
  • CCC: 1,340 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 425 lbs
  • Sleeps: 6

The Keystone Bullet Crossfire redefines compact exploration. This one was designed for effortless towing and maneuverability, with a blend of comfort and luxury along the way.

Check out the features that give you the space to enjoy memorable journeys along the way. Features include Goodyear Endurance tires for all 2024 Bullet models for comfort in towing. Independent rubber suspension will give you a smoother ride and protect your RV and cargo from damage due to road shock.

On this model, you will also find power stabilizer jacks standard on all Keystone travel trailers. You can stabilize the RV with the push of a button.

The full bathroom with tub surround with built-in shelves, as well as the tankless water heater system, means you will always have a comfortable, hot shower.

The kitchen boasts an eight cu. ft 12-volt refrigerator, microwave, and two-burner gas range with a glass cover and low profile hood.

12. Safari Condo Alto R1713

Safari Condo Alto R1713 exterior - camper trailers under 25 feet
Safari Condo Alto R1713 interior
Safari Condo Alto R1713 floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ All those beautiful windows

⛔ How will all the windows and retractable roof hold up?

  • Length: 17.3 feet
  • UVW: 1,822 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,700 lbs
  • CCC: 875 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 210 lbs
  • Sleeps: 4

Versatile is a good word to describe the Safari Condo Alto. There are plenty of standard and optional amenities that you can have to fit exactly what you want.

The R1713 has a retractable roof trailer built from a single piece of seamless aluminum. It is opened and closed with a pair of electric linear actuators. With the retractable roof down, the aerodynamic shape of the Alto creates less drag when towing than a traditional travel trailer. These features make it lightweight enough to be easily towed by most small SUVs.

This one has a wet bath, a fixed flush toilet, and a black tank. You will get lots of storage and you can sleep 4 with the king bed, which can convert to two single beds, and also, the front dining area converts to a single bed.

The table can be moved to create two distinct dining areas: a two-seat and a five-seat dinette.

Options include solar panels and lithium batteries (standard on 2025 models).

How Much Are Camper Trailers Under 25 Feet?

Camper trailers under 25 feet, as with all types of RVs, have a wide range of costs. Many will fall into the $20,000 to $50,000 range. However, depending on the size, options, and manufacturer, that can jump significantly.

On our list, the Jayco came in at the lowest MSRP at just under $30,000, with Airstream at the highest at just over $96,000.

What Size Truck Do You Need to Tow Camper Trailers Under 25 Feet?

What size truck you need to tow a 25-foot RV depends on the trailer’s weight. Length does not dictate tow ratings. Just because a trailer is shorter doesn’t necessarily mean it’s really light.

Travel trailers in the 20–25-foot range generally average between 4,000 and 6,000 pounds, which can be easily towed by a 1/2-ton truck or large SUV.

Some can be towed by a smaller vehicle but it’s always best to know the loaded weight of your trailer and not exceed it. Using a CAT scale will tell you a lot about the weight of your RV when you have it loaded with your specific things and packed the way you like to do so.

Final Thoughts About Camper Trailers Under 25 Feet

Camper trailers under 25 feet can be great for a single person, a couple, and also for a small family. The way these trailers are made makes them roomy and able to sleep several people with different configurations.

If you are concerned about storage in these smaller RVs, you don’t need to worry. Manufacturers these days have come up with a host of creative ways to store your stuff.

You don’t have to go big to get solar panels, luxurious upholstery, or beautiful wood cabinet finishes. There are lots of camper trailers under 25 feet that come with tankless water heaters, outdoor kitchens, many floorplan options, four-season packages, leveling options, and more.

If you dream of a more minimalist RV life with lots of time outdoors, your next adventure might be in a camper trailer under 25 feet. From weekend warriors to cross-country road trips, these mid-sized camper trailers are the perfect fit.

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About the Author:

Terri Nighswonger and her husband Todd have been RVing and work camping for five years with their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Newton, and their Minnie Australian Shepherd, Remi.

They originate from the Midwest but plan to enjoy the West for a few years, wintering in Arizona and summering wherever the road may lead. Writing is Terri’s passion, but she also loves hiking, kayaking, walking her dogs, and anything she can do outdoors.