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Tiny Trailer: Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Winnebago’s eye-catching, full-featured Minnie Drop bunkhouse sets a high bar for other smaller towables

Exterior of canned-ham style Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH trailer.

Although it’s on the heavy side of the tiny-trailer spectrum, the 21-foot, 3,160-pound (dry) 2020 Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH would be the perfect companion to tow behind many midsize SUVs, crossovers and pickups. It’s aerodynamic, sleeps four, and has a walk-in bathroom, a nice galley in the single slideout and the basic amenities one finds in larger travel trailers.

Living Area

Bunk beds in the rear of the trailer with lighting inside and storage below.

The rear bunk beds measure a roomy 48-by-74 inches and are big enough for adults.

Constructed of a fiberglass roof and side walls mounted on a plywood-covered aluminum floor structure, the Minnie Drop 190BH features wide 48-by-74-inch bunk beds in the rear and a roomy U-shaped dinette up front that converts to a 58-by-74-inch bed. In between is a shower-equipped walk-in bathroom fed by a 6-gallon water heater and 31-gallon freshwater tank. Flooring is vinyl laminate, and lighting is LED, giving the 190BH a bright, modern ambience.

If there’s a chill in the air, the 18,000-Btu furnace quickly warms up the interior. Too warm? The 13,500-Btu air conditioner easily handles summer heat and humidity. Entertainment inside the 6-foot, 5-inch-high trailer is via the LED TV and Bluetooth stereo system on the  wall that faces the dinette seating area. USB ports are conveniently located throughout to charge personal devices.

A flat-screen TV and cupboards in cream color.

The entertainment system, with an LED TV and Bluetooth stereo, faces the convertible dinette.

Kitchen and Storage

The street-side galley slideout features a two-burner cooktop, a microwave above the Dometic fridge and a convenient pantry closet. There’s storage under the bunk beds and beneath the dinette that’s accessible from outside. Outdoor cooking is easily accomplished using the two-burner stovetop and sink that slide out from an exterior compartment on the curbside rear.

Special Features

In addition to the outside kitchen, the Minnie Drop 190BH has a 7-foot power awning on the curbside that expands seating, socializing and feasting space. It also has 25-gallon black and gray tanks to extend dry camping time before heading to a dump station.

FIRST TAKE >> The 2020 Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH manages to fit all the important amenities into an easily towable, roomy trailer that weighs less than 4,000 pounds fully loaded. It’s 21-foot length makes it suitable for camping in small spaces, and its light weight matches up nicely for towing behind the new midsize pickups and SUVs.

Manufacturer’s Specifications

2020 Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH
Exterior Length: 21’
Exterior Width: 8’
Exterior Height: 9’ 7”
Freshwater Cap.: 31 gal.
Black-Water Cap.: 25 gal.
Gray-Water Cap.: 25 gal.
LP-Gas Cap.: 5 gal.
UVW: 3,160 lbs.
Hitch Weight: 525 lbs.
Axle Weight: 4,250 lbs.
GVWR: 4,000 lbs.
MSRP, Base: $25,118

Floorplan illustration of the 2020 Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH.

The 2020 Winnebago Minnie Drop 190BH features rear bunk beds, a single slideout and a U-shaped dinette up front that converts to a full-size bed.

Bruce W. SmithA respected automotive and RV journalist and longtime Trailer Life contributor, Bruce W. Smith has held numerous editorial titles at automotive and boating magazines, and authored more than 1,000 articles, from tech to trailering. He considers his home state of Oregon a paradise for RVing and outdoor adventure.

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