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I haven't been in one, but I like the hiker trailer setup. These are small, 4x8 or 5x8, have storage, can be fitted with a stove and an outdoor shower setup. 2 people could sleep comfortably in them, and you can get them into small backcountry campsites which are usually on dirt/gravel rutted roads. But the ones I see online that I like, with a beefed up axle and suspension, run about $20k. And I just don't camp that much. But if I ever see a good deal on a used one, I'll think hard about it.
It would be fun to do a national park tour with one of these. I spent a week living in a tent in July while doing a bike tour, and I just aint into tent camping for more than a few days.
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