Introducing the Winnebago Hike 100
This tiny camper makes towing possible for most trucks and SUVs.
Comparatively, with an exterior body length of 15 ft 9 inches, the Hike 100 is a few feet shorter than the Winnebago Hike. The Hike measures 20.0 feet, 7.5 inches. The Hike 100’s narrow-body width is the same as the Hike at 7.0 feet, 9.0 inches, as is its full-height exterior at 10.0 feet, 2 inches. At dry weight, it comes in at 2,700 pounds, and it has a GVWR of 4,200 pounds.
The Hike 100 can store 31.0 gallons of freshwater, 4.75 gallons of blackwater, and 25.0 gallons of gray water. In addition, it has a small 6-gallon water heater, 18,000-BTU furnace, 13.5K low profile roof air conditioner, a standard 190-watt solar panel (with provisions to add a second, portable unit), and a standard 20-pound propane tank.
Winnebago has five different layouts for The Hike 100, with sleeping room for 2-3 people. Amenities include a refrigerator, portable cooktop and cooler, covered sink, bath, awning, secondary awning, power tongue jack, powder-coated roof rack system, stabilizer jacks, roof ladder, outdoor kitchen, outside shower, among others.
What the Hike 100 might lose in size, it makes up for in tow-ability. Because of its lighter weight, it can be towed easily by most vehicles with a tow package and you’ll be able to get it to your preferred camping destination without killing your fuel efficiency.