RV Details

  • Year: 2020
  • Model: MAN CAVE
  • Listing ID: 2113934
  • Partner ID: 5025360182
  • Posted On: Mar 7, 2023
  • Updated On: May 2, 2023


This is your trailer if:

  • You love "Tiny House Nation", but full-time isn't yet in the cards
  • You need space from a busy life, but you don't want to quit your job
  • You want spend more time in nature, but sometimes you want to get out of the weather
  • You want a retreat, but you don't want to commit to one location
  • Time is limited: setup and teardown should be quick
  • You want some freedom on the road, but you don't want to quit your job or sell your home
  • You know "bigger isn't always better".
  • You're interested in off-grid locations: here we come Hipcamp!
The overall themes we used building this trailer were:
  • Above all else: comfortable/modern bathroom
  • Self-contained, ready to go from storage to retreat
  • Hard walls between us and nature
  • Tall ceilings for head space and storage
  • Four-seasons usage
  • Organization for quick setup
The Bathroom

A bathroom this size just doesn't exist in short trailers. It spans the width of the trailer and has the functions you expect in your bathroom at home. It was the #1 priority for us: if we were to describe the overall search for this trailer, it would be a mobile Master Suite bathroom so we could get dirty out in nature and be clean and comfortable every night:
  • Spacious Shower: 3x3ft shower. No one has ever said, "That was a great shower!" about any travel trailer, ever. Until now.
  • Comfort-height Toilet: It's porcelain; it's 18" tall
  • Organization!
  • Fold-away Counter-space
  • Towel Storage
  • Floor Space
  • 30A shore power cord or a battery/inverter system inspired by www.explorist.life (Wiring Diagram included). 3000W Victron Inverter/Charger, 300 AH heated Battleborn 12V batteries
  • Gasoline: A 30 gallon refueling station.
For Sale?

So you've been asking yourself: why are we getting selling our creation?

Turns out travel trailers don't work well for us. In short, we live in Kansas and regularly travel to each coast to see our families: a motorhome is what we needed and what we upgraded to. Towing a trailer slows us down because we're going 1,403 miles to the east and 1,218 miles to the west, to be exact. It's not that the trailer doesn't travel well, it's that trailer towing isn't really great for week-long, long-haul distances. It's good for setup, hang-out, teardown style camping.

Lastly, we've never had gas powered toys in the interior: there is no fuel smell. If you want to haul a toy, you can as is or remove the couch for more space.

Video Walk-through
#1: https://youtu.be/-fB5l702UHU
#2: https://youtu.be/IFYk3xDnJyA

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