20 Best Small Camper Trailers with Bathrooms: 2024 Models

Finding small camper trailers with bathrooms can be a bit challenging. Less space means some things have to go, and more often than not, it’s the bathroom.

You might be surprised to know that the very first campers were created with bathrooms way back in 1910. The first motorhome, made from a 3-ton Packard truck, was 28 feet long and 6.5 feet wide and could sleep 11. It also boasted an ice box, a toilet, and a “salon,” making it the very first motorhome.

I’m sure camper bathrooms have come a long way since that first one was built. Nowadays, it’s easy to find larger trailers with luxurious bathrooms but many smaller campers don’t have any bathroom amenities.

In fact, the smaller they are, the less likely they are to have a toilet and even less likely a shower. However, small camper trailers with bathrooms are out there and worth looking at if you are in the market for a smaller camper.

Read on to check out these 20 best small camper trailers with bathrooms.

Do You Really Need a Bathroom in A Small Camper Trailer?

Speaking from experience, there is nothing better than having your own bathroom in your travel trailer. You don’t have to get dressed, put on your shoes, grab your flashlight, and wake everyone else up just to answer the call of nature. If your dog must answer the call, you are out of luck.

Even with small camper trailers with bathrooms, you still don’t have to use the campground facilities which are likely not very convenient and could be sort of gross. I haven’t been to too many places that had well-maintained bathrooms and showers.

Some might be clean, but they are also very old and worn. Of course, shower shoes are a must and I’ve even been to some that lacked even a place to hang your clothes and towel.

If you like to boondock, small camper trailers with bathrooms make going off-grid fun and easy.

20 Best Small Camper Trailers with Bathrooms

Here are 20 of the best small camper trailers with bathrooms. We did all the research so you can choose which one is right for you!

You’ll see 3 types of bathrooms listed among these great models. The first is wet baths (shower and toilet combined in one space) second are dry baths (shower is separate from the toilet area but no sink) and the third are full RV baths (traditional 3-piece RV bath)

1. Little Guy Mini Max

Little Guy Mini Max exterior
Little Guy Mini Max - camper trailers with bathrooms
Little Guy Mini Max floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Multiple sleeping configurations

⛔ No sink in the bathroom

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length: 17.2 feet
  • UVW: 2,320 pounds
  • GVWR: 3,500 pounds
  • CCC: 1,180 pounds
  • Tongue Weight: 240 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2-3

Adventures await with the Little Guy Mini Max. In this small package, you will find high-quality materials, excellent craftsmanship, and, of course, that coveted bathroom. This model has a residential-style wet bath.

Make your choice of a queen bed or dual twin. It comes with hardwood cabinetry, a two-burner glass top stove with electric ignition, an 8-inch deep sink, stainless steel microwave, and a 5 cubic foot, double door, 3-way refrigerator.

A 13,500 BTU roof mount air conditioner and a 16,000 BTU furnace keep you comfortable all the time.

The Mini Max is also light enough to be pulled by a small SUV or a well-equipped crossover.

2. Jayco Jay Feather 166FBS

Jayco Jay Feather 166FBS exterior
Jayco Jay Feather 166FBS Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Jayco Jay Feather 166FBS floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Tall Shower height

⛔ Heavy for a small trailer

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  19.8 feet
  • UVW:  4,025 pounds
  • GVWR:  4,995 pounds
  • CCC:  970 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  420 pounds
  • Sleeps: 3

As the lightest travel trailer from Jayco, the Jay Feather can be towed by most mid-sized tow vehicles. Off-road tires allow you to explore new places and have new adventures.

The 166FBS has a full bath with a radius shower, a skylight, and of course plenty of storage space.

The JayPort system with a 17-inch griddle allows you to cook outside or inside and the sleeping arrangements will allow you to sleep up to three. This small unit has plenty of storage, a microwave, a refrigerator, and more.

3. Happier Camper HC1 Studio

Happier Camper Traveler floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Modular furniture

⛔ Not much countertop space

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  17 feet
  • UVW:  1,800 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,500 pounds
  • CCC:  1,700 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  200 pounds
  • Sleeps: 5 (family package)

Even in a small space, you can find all the comforts of home in the Happier Camper HC1 Studio. This model has an integrated wet bath which is common in smaller camper trailers with bathrooms.

The semi-modular interior allows you to create the space that you want. The modular components also perform double-duty as indoor-outdoor furniture that will stand up to the elements and allow you the ultimate flexibility.

The Happier Camper is towed easily by cars and SUVs and will easily take you across the country or near your home for your next adventure.

It has high-quality fiberglass construction, all-season insulation, hot water, and a heater. It also comes solar-ready for when you’re ready to upgrade.

4. Airstream Bambi 16

Airstream Bambi 16 exterior
Airstream Bambi 16 small camper trailers with bathrooms
Airstream Bambi 16 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ It’s an Airstream

⛔ Airstream’s are pricey

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  16 feet
  • UVW:  3,000 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,500 pounds
  • CCC:  500 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  430 pounds
  • Sleeps: 4

The Airstream Bambi 16RB is the perfect small trailer that will take you on your next adventure. With typical Airstream quality, the Bambi includes a wet bath, air conditioner, heater, and more.

With a dedicated queen bed, as well as a convertible dinette, this small version can easily sleep four. The Bambi has a stove, microwave, and refrigerator, as well as a sink and stove cover to extend your countertop space.

The Bambi also boasts a lockable compartment with an exterior shower with hot and cold water. You can use it to rinse off gear, pets, or yourself before stepping inside.

5. Wildwood FSX 164RBLE

Wildwood FSX 164RBLE exterior
Wildwood FSX 164RBLE Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Wildwood FSX 164RBLE floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Storage in bathroom

⛔ No bathroom sink

  • Bathroom type: Dry bathroom
  • Length:  20 feet
  • UVW:  2,819 pounds
  • GVWR:  pounds
  • CCC:  1,061 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  380 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2

In the Wildwood FSX you will find luxurious accommodations that feel like home. Enjoy the theater seating with a movie night in or get rest on the comfy queen bed. A nutritious meal can be cooked up with a 4-cu. ft. refrigerator and stove.

Refresh yourself with your full bathroom and keep your travels at the perfect temperature with the 13,500 BTU air conditioner option.

With the Wildwood you can also head off-grid with the 40-gallon fresh water, 30-gallon black water, and 30-gallon gray water tanks. You can also feel secure with diamond shield paint protection, a power awning, and a spare tire kit.

6. KZ Sportsmen Classic 130RB

KZ Sportsmen Classic 130RB exterior
KZ Sportsmen Classic 130RB small camper trailers with bathrooms
KZ Sportsmen Classic 130RB floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Tub-style shower

⛔ No permanent bed

  • Bathroom type: Dry bathroom
  • Length:  16.9 feet
  • UVW:  2,350 pounds
  • GVWR:  2,800 pounds
  • CCC:  450 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  270 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2

You can cozy up in this small, but well-apportioned Sportsmen Classic 130RB. This Sportsmen sports a full bath with a shower and RV toilet. A 6-gallon water heater will ensure you have plenty of hot water for you and your traveling partner.

Cooking options include a microwave and a 2-burner range. The 8 cu. ft., 12-volt refrigerator will store plenty of groceries. Overhead cabinets provide plenty of storage and LED interior lights will make everything brighter.

A tank monitor panel will show you levels in your 20-gallon freshwater, 26-gallon black tank, and 26-gallon gray water tanks. A 20,000 BTU furnace will ensure you keep warm during those fall leaf-peeping trips.

7. Riverside Retro 135

Riverside Retro 135 exterior
Riverside Retro 135 interior
Riverside Retro 135 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Cool rear entry design

⛔ Love it or hate it wooden interior panels

  • Bathroom type: Dry bath
  • Length:  15.9 feet
  • UVW:  2,640 pounds
  • GVWR:  pounds
  • CCC:  1,000 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  140 pounds
  • Sleeps: 3

This cute and cozy retro trailer by Riverside will take you back in time with its retro look but you can still enjoy modern comforts. The Retro 135 sleeps three in a queen-sized bed and a fold-out sofa, or you can choose the optional booth dinette.

The bathroom has a separate shower and toilet so you can refresh at the end of an adventurous day.

Although small, the Retro has lots of storage as well as a 10-cu. ft. refrigerator for all your perishables. There is also a 2-burner cooktop.

Each model has indoor and outdoor speakers, USB ports for your electronics, and an AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo.

Front and rear stabilizer jacks, electric brakes, a double-welded all-aluminum cage, and a durable powder-coated chassis will provide what you need to stay safe on the road and in your campsite.

A 13,500 BTU air conditioner and a high-speed roof vent will help to keep you cool during the hot summer camping months.

8. nuCamp Tab 320 S

nuCamp Tab 320 S exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
nuCamp Tab 320 S Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
nuCamp Tab 320 S floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Tab style and quality

⛔ Limited headroom

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  15.3 feet
  • UVW:  1,993 pounds
  • GVWR:  2,900 pounds
  • CCC:  907 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  164 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2

You will find everything you need in this iconic teardrop trailer. The Tab 320 S is equipped with a wet bath that includes a sink and cassette toilet.

The dinette sleeping area has several configurations, depending on your needs. The split cushions allow the dinette to be made into an RV queen-size bed or a twin bed with the other half remaining in the seated position.

The kitchen includes a stainless-steel sink, a two-burner glass-top stove, and a 12-volt refrigerator. Central air conditioning and a hydronic heating system will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Whether you are a weekend warrior or enjoy extended camping adventures, the Tab 320 S is ideal because it is lightweight, with many tow vehicle options.

For more adventure, the boondock package features off-road tires, a pitched axle, and awesome ground clearance. You can also opt for a solar roof package.

9. Venture Sonic Lite SL150VRB

Venture Sonic Lite SL150VRB exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Venture Sonic Lite SL150VRB Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Venture Sonic Lite SL150VRB floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Large bathroom

⛔ Do you like Murphy beds?

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  19.11 feet
  • UVW:  3,180 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,885 pounds
  • CCC:  705 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  480 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2

The Venture Sonic Lite offers a lot of trailer in a small package. This model features a standard bathroom with a 34-inch shower, porcelain foot-flush toilet, motion light, and power exhaust fan. It also boasts the most interior storage in its class and a spacious interior.

With solid construction, Sonic Lite is engineered with a one-piece seamless fiberglass roof system. The roof is arched from front to back which provides a more durable roof. When it rains, the water funs fore and aft.

The Venture also comes with LevelMate PRO, a lighted power tongue jack, solar prep, and more. The kitchenette has an 8-cu. ft. double-door refrigerator, convection microwave, 2-burner cooktop, cutting board, and Euro-style dinette.

10. Casita Liberty

Casita Liberty exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Casita Liberty small camper trailers with bathrooms
Casita Liberty floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Very light for a 17-footer

⛔ Interior is a little boring

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  17 feet
  • UVW:  2,480 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,000 pounds
  • CCC:  520 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  300 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2-4

The Casita Liberty has a flexible design that offers multiple sleeping options including a double bed created from the rear dinette, two small single beds, or even a king-size bed by converting both dinettes.

There is also the option to keep the rear dinette as a permanent double bed and the small forward table for dining and seating. The Deluxe model has a full RV wet bath.

The Casita comes with a hail and water-resistant fiberglass body, sealed floors, and more. It’s one of the lightest trailers on the road.

11. Lance 1475

Lance 1475 exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Lance 1475 Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Lance 1475 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Lance Quality

⛔ One of the more expensive options

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  19.8 feet
  • UVW:  3,225 pounds
  • GVWR:  4,500 pounds
  • CCC:  1,275 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  340 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2-3

As the lightest of the Lance towables, this single axle, ultra-light package features composite construction for durability and reliability that can be towed by a smaller SUV or compact truck tow vehicles.

The Lance 1475 comes with no dinette so owners would have room for a nice dry bath. Check out the available sofa bed slide-out option featuring kick-out footrests and two swivel tables.

With standard 4-season comfort technology, you can take the Lance 1475 anywhere at any time of the year.

12. Winnebago Hike 100

Winnebago Hike 100 exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Winnebago Hike 100 interior
Winnebago Hike 100 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Off-road capabilities

⛔ Kitchen counter space is limited

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  15.11 feet
  • UVW:  3,122 pounds
  • GVWR:  4,200 pounds
  • CCC:  1,078 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  576 pounds
  • Sleeps: up to 4 (depending on model)

The Winnebago Hike 100 may be small, but it offers a lot for its size. It has full ceilings throughout, and a narrow body for better rear visibility that can be easily towed by a small SUV.

Don’t forget to bring all your gear. The Hike’s exoskeleton, the integrated 2-inch accessory receiver, and the side-mounted roof ladder will hold all of your stuff for every kind of excursion.

It is also equipped with one 200-watt solar panel and side-mount portable solar prep, enclosed tanks with 12-volt tank pad heaters, and one-piece radiant-foil insulation, allowing you to start early in the spring or stay late in the fall.

The main power awning, combined with the batwing awning, provides plenty of outdoor living space. The rear drop-down panels create a private space for changing after a swim at the beach or enjoying an outdoor shower.

13. Airstream Basecamp REI

Airstream Basecamp REI exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Airstream Basecamp REI interior small camper trailers with bathrooms
Airstream Basecamp REI floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The wrap-around front window

⛔ Floor space is limited

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  16.2 feet
  • UVW:  2,700 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,500 pounds
  • CCC:  800 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  450 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2

The Airstream Basecamp REI is a great combination of small, lightweight, and rugged. The Basecamp REI comes in a 16-foot and a 20-foot model. Both sport off-road tires, a 3” lift kit, a wet bath, and more so you can take your adventures wherever you want to go.

The Basecamp also offers a pre-filter and advanced UV-LED Smart Drinking Faucet, along with the 21-gallon onboard water tank. Enjoy the comforts of home with a recirculating water heater to reduce water waste, an optional air conditioner, and an onboard furnace.

Equipped with a 2-burner cooktop, a stainless-steel sink, plenty of counter space, and convenient pop-up charging ports, you have an ideal spot to prepare meals.

The 16X floor plan allows for a variety of setups in the living space. The 20X allows you to utilize the front dinette for meals or meetings and converts to sleeping space at night.

The wide rear sleeping area converts to two benches or leave it set up as a dedicated sleeping space.

An added bonus to the Basecamp REI is you receive an REI product kit filled with everything you need to hit the road from day one—all packed into its own dedicated storage.

14. Scamp 13’ Deluxe

Scamp 13’ Deluxe exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Scamp 13’ Deluxe interior small camper trailers with bathrooms
Scamp 13’ Deluxe floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Classic Scamp fiberglass body

⛔ Interior feels a little dated

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  13 feet
  • UVW:  1,600 pounds
  • GVWR 2100 pounds
  • CCC 500 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  200 pounds
  • Sleeps: 2-3

Your Scamp 13’ Deluxe starts with the smell and feel of an all-wood interior. You have the choice of Oak or Birch. Standard features include a wet bath with sink and RV toilet or the option of a Sani-potty, a self-contained toilet system. 

A 2-burner propane stove, kitchen sink, and refrigerator will help you get a snack on the road or a more complicated meal after a day of play. In the Scamp Deluxe, the table also converts to a 54” X 75” bed.

This unit comes prepped for AC and you can add other extras in such as an electric tongue jack, roof fan, backup camera, and more.

15. Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 16BH

Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 16BH exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 16BH interior small camper trailers with bathrooms
Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro 16BH floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Huge dinette

⛔ Not useable with the slide in

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  18.6 feet
  • UVW:  3,280 pounds
  • GVWR:  4,486 pounds
  • CCC:  1,206 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  486 pounds
  • Sleeps: 4

Even though the Forest River Flagstaff is a small trailer, a bunkhouse gives it a roomy feel. You can sleep 4 in the two double 30” x 74” bunk beds in the rear and the large u-shaped dinette in the front, which turns into a 54” x 82” bed.

This one even has a small slide which creates even more space for a small family, and it can be towed by a smaller SUV.

The full RV bathroom with a separate toilet and shower, also has a Shower Miser Water Saver, a quick recovery gas/electric water heater, and a Maxxair vent fan and vent cover.

The kitchen has a convection microwave and 12-volt refrigerator, as well as a 3-burner stove. An outside griddle with an LP hookup is a great option for cooking outdoors.

Heated holding tanks will take you to the edge of the season, while a 20,000 BTU furnace and a 13,500 BTU AC will keep you comfortable inside.

16. Coachmen Catalina Summit 184BHS

Coachmen Catalina Summit 184BHS exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Coachmen Catalina Summit 184BHS Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Coachmen Catalina Summit 184BHS floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Sleeps 8

⛔ Heaviest trailer on the list

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • UVW:  4,202 pounds
  • Length:  23.1 feet
  • GVWR:  5,500 pounds
  • CCC:  1,298 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  492 pounds
  • Sleeps: 8

Comfort and flexibility are easy to see in the Coachmen Catalina Summit bunkhouse. This small trailer sleeps 8 and has a full RV bathroom with a shower. The double-over double bunk beds offer more comfort and flexibility than traditional single bunks.

This is hands-down a great family-friendly RV. The U-shaped dinette slide-out opens the floor plan and gives this small trailer a large feel. The dinette has great storage underneath and also adds an additional sleeping option.

The fold-down queen Murphy bed is ideal for a camping couple and the sofa is great for entertaining when the bed is stowed.

The Catalina also features pass-through storage, a 10-cu. ft 12-volt refrigerator, 2 burner stove, 44-gallon freshwater capacity, 30-gallon grey water, 30-gallon black water capacity, and plenty of other storage and space-saving amenities.

These camper trailers with bathrooms may not be as big as some but they still offer lots of value.

17. Safari Condo F1743

Safari Condo F1743 exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Safari Condo F1743Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Safari condo Alto floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Large windows in the rear

⛔ No sink in the bathroom

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  17 feet
  • UVW:  1,765 pounds
  • GVWR:  2,700 pounds
  • CCC:  935 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  210 pounds
  • Sleeps: 3-4

Versatile is a good word to describe the Safari Condo F1743. There are plenty of standard and optional amenities that you can have to fit exactly what you want in your small travel trailer.

This one has a wet bath, with a fixed flush toilet and a black tank. You will also get lots of storage and you can sleep 4 with the optional bunk. It sleeps 3 without the bunk. You could opt for a permanent queen bed. Also, the front dining area converts to a single bed.

You will love the plentiful windows as well as the storage, and it can be towed by a smaller SUV. In this model, 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).

18. Escape 17B

Escape 17B exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Escape 17B interior
Escape 17B floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Build quality

⛔ They could have fit a full dry bath

  • Bathroom type: Wet bath
  • Length:  17.8 feet
  • UVW:  2,640 pounds
  • GVWR:  3,500 pounds
  • CCC:  860 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  296 pounds
  • Sleeps: 3-4

The Escape 17B is a great ultra-lightweight trailer option for a family with a smaller tow vehicle. The Escape has a full wet bath with a composting toilet.

Two of the floorplans can also sleep up to 4 people with the gaucho bunk option. This trailer has more than 150 options for the purchaser to choose from to personalize the RV to your needs and wants.

The 17B comes with a 12,000 BTU furnace, Maxx Fan, 20-gallon freshwater tank, 26-gallon greywater tank, and 13.2-gallon blackwater tank. The kitchen has a 2-burner stove and a 3-cu. ft refrigerator.

Some of the optional exterior features on the 17B include a power awning, power tongue jack, storage box, number pad door lock, an outdoor shower kit, and a 200-watt solar panel. This little gem also has a wireless backup camera.

Inside, the features include a built-in microwave, a 4 cu. ft. refrigerator, a two-way hot water tank, digital tank monitoring, air conditioner with a digital thermostat.

The solid one-piece fiberglass shell is durable, easy to clean, and also completely waterproof.

19. Heartland Mallard P17QBH

Heartland Mallard P17QBH exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Heartland Mallard P17QBH interior
Heartland Mallard P17QBH floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Great floorplan for a small trailer

⛔ We love the full bath but it is a little cramped

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  21.4 feet
  • UVW:  3,660 pounds
  • GVWR:  4,692 pounds
  • CCC:  1,032 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  386 pounds
  • Sleeps: 5-6

Crafted from high-quality materials such as soft vinyl ceilings and maple hardwoods, the Heartland Mallard P17QBH will give you plenty of years of adventure. These rigs also go through a rigorous inspection process to ensure every model is built up to the company’s standards.

This bunk house model has everything you will need to spend quality time with your family and friends including a 60” x 80” queen bed with storage, and double bunks for the kids with storage.

This little unit includes a full RV bathroom with a separate shower/tub surround. Also included are a power vent in the bathroom, a foot-flush toilet, and a medicine cabinet.

The kitchen has infinity edge countertops with a 16” round kitchen sink and recessed gas cooktop. The deep bowl sink also has a high-rise kitchen faucet.

The long list of options includes a fully walkable roof, 4G LTE and WiFi prep, a 1200-watt inverter, a 110-watt solar panel, a solar monitor, a 110-watt outlet control, a power awning with LED light, and much more.

Don’t miss the dog-friendly leash ring on the outside of the RV!

20. Forest River R-pod 153

Forest River R-pod 153 exterior Camper Trailers with Bathrooms
Forest River R-pod 153 interior
Forest River R-pod 153 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Ground clearance

⛔ The way is cramped

  • Bathroom type: Full RV bath
  • Length:  17.6 feet
  • UVW:  3,421 pounds
  • GVWR:  5,220 pounds
  • CCC:  1,799 pounds
  • Tongue Weight:  350 pounds
  • Sleeps: 3

The Forest River R-pod is affordable and luxurious and also has the lowest tow weight in its class. Its unique shape and rear entrance will definitely get your attention.

The R-pod 153 is one of the small camper trailers with bathrooms with a full-size bathroom. To add to it there is a 6-gallon gas/electric water heater, water-heater bypass system, and a 12V demand water pump.

One special feature of the R-pod is the Showermiser system. By flipping a small lever, you can redirect the cold water back into the freshwater tank before it comes out of the showerhead. You do this while waiting for the hot water. You save water and don’t fill up your gray water tank so quickly.

For a small unit, the galley kitchen is well appointed with a refrigerator, 2-burner recessed cooktop with glass cover, deep stainless-steel sink, and convection microwave oven.

This small RV sleeps three with a 60” X 74” Murphy bed and a sofa that can be used as another sleeping area. Options include an R-Dome awning with a screen room, solar package, and a 15,000 BTU air conditioner in place of the standard 13,500 BTU AC.

Check out our video below featuring Campers under 20′ with bathrooms!

Wet Bath VS Dry Bath

Wet baths are just how they sound. These common small camper bathrooms have a toilet and a sink in the same space and don’t have a dedicated shower space.

You will also find a hose/showerhead that you can use sitting down or standing up. They are usually found in very small travel trailers such as teardrops, camper vans, and pickup campers.

The question comes up regarding how you keep your toilet paper dry in a wet bath. There are watertight dispensers available, or you can just leave the TP outside when you take a shower.

Dry baths are your traditional RV bathrooms with a shower separated from the other bathroom area.

How Much Do Small Camper Trailers with Bathrooms Cost?

You can find small camper trailers with bathrooms starting at around $20,000 MSRP. You would think that models with wet baths should be cheaper than ones with a full bathroom but that is not always the case.

For example, the Riverside Retro 135 and KZ Sportsmen Classic have a fully separate shower and are priced at around $20,000.

The Scamp 13 comes in around $20,000, with a wet bath, as well as The Little Guy Mini Max, which is priced at around $25,000.

The most expensive model on our list, the Airstream Basecamp REI, is priced around $53,000 and has a wet bath.

Dry bath models include the Jayco Jay Feather 166FBS, priced at around $37,000, and also the Wildwood FSX, right around $21,000.

What is the Smallest Camper Trailer with a Bathroom?

At just 13 feet long, the Scamp 13 is the smallest trailer on the list with a bathroom. It has a wet bath but it’s still a bathroom and in a 13′ trailer, that’s pretty impressive!

Small Camper Trailer Bathroom vs Portable Toilet

There are other choices to consider when you are looking for a trailer. If you don’t have a bathroom you can also consider the option of a portable toilet.

Portable toilets can include a cassette toilet in which the waste is dumped into a 5-gallon cassette, which is then emptied at a dump station.

A cassette toilet will usually hold about 50 small flushes and generally needs to be dumped every few days. The waste and chemicals do smell when dumped.

Composting toilets are also portable and do require some maintenance. These usually require a power source, as well. The waste is treated with a biological process, which leads to the decomposition of organic matter and turns the waste into a compost-like material.

Composting is carried out by microorganisms under controlled aerobic conditions. If the toilet is maintained, this option should not smell. However, it needs to be emptied about once a month, of course, depending on how often they are used.

These are options for a trailer without a bathroom, but you won’t have a shower or sink.

Final Thoughts About Small Camper Trailers with Bathrooms

Small camper trailers with bathrooms are great for first-time RVers or for those who want something that is easy to tow. Families can also get along well with these small campers.

Manufacturers have certainly answered the call and stepped up their game with small camper trailers that have bathrooms and many other awesome amenities. Don’t forget to do your research to find just the right small camper for you.

Even a slightly used one could have everything you want and need, including that coveted bathroom, and be just what you are looking for.

Small campers may have less space. However, the adventures are just as big! Getting out there is the important thing, and doing so with your own bathroom is going to make your trip that much better.

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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.