Hi Deborah! Are you going to be a solitary camper? As a former ultralight/minimalist camper I would recommend the Parkliner
. The engineering on the shape of the underside minimizes air turbulence and drag, and yu don't need stabilizer bars. The nice thing about Parkliner
is that you can do a great deal of customization. If I had gone with them I would've done an all electric with no propane
. The amount of storage space in the Parkliner
is amazing! Yes, they have a toilet and shower! I would've left the dinette down and made up as a bed. They do have a small dinette at the side as well as the seats-5 dinette that converts.
Alternatively, there are tear drop trailers and motorcycle pop ups (aspen)that are also very lightweight. I was very interested in them in the past, before my health deteriorated. Need a usable-out-of-the-box camper now, the concept of being UNABLE to backpack or do lots of physical stuff never entered my mind back in the time I first started thinking about retirement travelling.