Whether your adventuresome lifestyle takes you along paved routes and byways or over back roads and 4×4 trails, Trailer Life’s new two-part Tiny Trailer series can help you find the perfect mini camping trailer to fit your needs.

Three photos of on-road trailers lined up horizontallyOn-Road Tiny Trailers: Camping Small and Light

The ultimate RV guide to cozy but comfortable mini camping trailers that are just right for free-roaming spirits with small tow vehicles.

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Three photos of off-road trailers lined up horizontallyOff-Road Tiny Trailers: Adventure Starts Here

The ultimate RV guide to lightweight, rugged off-grid camping trailers for those who seek adventure far beyond where the pavement ends.

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A respected automotive and RV journalist and longtime Trailer Life contributor, Bruce W. Smith has held numerous editorial titles at automotive and boating magazines, and authored more than 1,000 articles, from tech to trailering. He considers his home state of Oregon a paradise for RVing and outdoor adventure.


  1. Great article but a little disappointed that it did not show two trailer companies that started the modern mini trailer trend in the U.S. These trailer manufactures are Scamp and Casita. Both companies build 13- to 17-foot fiberglass trailers that are lightweight and affordable and have a huge following among RVers in the U.S.

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