Camp365 and GoSun Have Built the Ultimate Solar-Powered Towable
The Lightweight Fold-Out Travel Trailer is Well-Equipped for Off-Grid Camping
Lightweight travel trailer manufacturer Camp365 has joined forces with solar-specialists GoSun to create what they’re calling “the ultimate solar-powered off-grid camper.” The two companies have combined their individual expertise to build a pop-up model that comes with a surprising number of features. Better still, the compact RV can be stored in a garage and is light enough to be towed behind almost any kind of vehicle.
Dubbed the GoSun Camp365, the trailer comes with a solar-powered stove, refrigerator, and interior lighting. It has an integrated HVAC system and a propane-powered water heater that connects to its outside shower. Water is provided via a 24-gallon fresh water tank, although a built-in purification system makes it easy to refill even while boondocking.
For onboard power, GoSun has installed two 100-watt solar panels and an 1100-watt-hour portable power station. The trailer also ships with a 120-watt solar table that can generate additional power independent of the RV’s solar system. These components should make it easy to keep small devices—like smartphones, tablets, and laptops—charged while living off the grid.
Weighing in at a mere 1,800 pounds, the GoSun Camp365 is light enough to be towed behind just about any vehicle. While collapsed down into tow mode, its aerodynamic design has a minimal impact on gas mileage or electric range. The trailer is even small enough that it can be parked in a garage or storage shed when not in use.
At the campsite, the pop-up can be deployed and ready for use by one person in less than ten minutes. Once expanded, it offers 700 square feet of living space and has a ceiling height of 7.5 feet. And since the trailer is made from high-grade aluminum, powder-coated steel, and a marine-grade synthetic material called Aqualon, it won’t rust, rot, or collect mildew.
The two companies are now taking reservations for a limited number of trailers, with delivery set for September. To find out more or place a deposit, visit the GoSun Website.