We looked at Scamp, Casita
, R-Pod, and Trillium
before buying a 2012 used Eggcamper
. We almost bought the new Trillium
and probably would have if the good used Eggcamper
had not come along. If you are limited to $10k --that will limit choices.
Some of the Eggcamper
attributes are: Full size, full length Bed. And the Bed can easily be modified to a (almost) Queen size. Up to 87" interior width, so no "short" beds no matter what you do in the bed dept. The Bed was our #1 consideration--need to get a good nights sleep. Other items include the ability to leave the bed in place and use the 2 person dinette. It has a good Toilet & Shower. Height of about 6'7". It's taller and wider than Scamp and Casita, which are fine trailers. The only possible down side is that Eggcamper is all-electric. But you can install a propane
system in it, as some folks have done. I actually installed a propane
system in ours, which we've never used--but if you are going to do some serious dry camping
you may want propane
, and a 3 way fridge
also has good interior height (6'2")and an (almost) full size bed.