As SilverGhost mentioned, an EggCamper is a perfect platform for modifications. So, if you decide to take a look at mine, you'll need to understand that I've taken advantage of that aspect of the EggCamper. Living in the north, where state and federal parks do not have electric hookups, I've added solar
to my EggCamper. I've also done several other modifications that seemed to fit my needs.
I initially bought a Honda 2000 generator
, used it once and then left it home. Parks restrict the use of a generator
to specific hours of operation, and frankly, I didn't like the noise. So, I added solar
. Then for camping in the early spring/late fall
in the north, I wanted some heat. So, I added a propane furnace
, and then a propane/electric combo water heater.
But, if you come to look, I'll explain what was in the original stock unit in 2007. I know that Jim Palmer is always making changes, so even my stock unit may not be exactly what he's producing these days. What won't change is the interior space, which is great.