Juan, a lot of us were tent campers before we got our first trailer. Us, as well. Trailering is more comfortable than tent camping. I've had people slap my trailer and say, "Why, it's just a hard-sided tent!" Nonsense. It's not JUST a hard-sided tent. It's rainproof, doesn't need assembling at every stop, will stop a snake, a non-rabid bear, and wind.
It has a heater, a huge water jug, blankets, dedicated beds/seating, storage that doesn't fill the car...it won't blow away in anything less than a real storm. It provides an eating area, cooking (electric/microwave), and already has a porta-potty in it and privacy to use it.
Also it's decorated inside, and several people can sit comfortably (more or less) and visit in it without having to use camp chairs or squat on the ground. It even has mosquito screen with one over the door as well. We can keep our laundry in it, and dry our wash in it if necessary.
It's not JUST a hard-sided tent! For another thing, it's a lot harder to BACK UP than a tent...but when we get where we're going, it's ready for us in a pinch without any set-up at all if it has to be so. And we don't have to clear the ground before we can park, either.
It's harder to haul down the road, but it leaves us wiggle room in our tow vehicle, unlike a tenting situation where your car/truck is filled with your camping equipment. It has a lock on the door and windows
that help keep out the elements.
You have an adventure in front of you--good luck and happy egg hunting!
ai as in wait