A Phoenix-based company called Uncharted Tiny Homes has taken its 12 years of experience designing small houses and applied it to the RV space. The company’s Adventure Series of travel trailers blurs the line between towables and permanent structures, incorporating elements found in residential homes into a shelter that can go just about anywhere.
From the outside, the Adventure Series trailer looks more like a tiny cabin on wheels than a traditional camper. It features a boxy design and six dual-pane awning windows that allow plenty of natural light to reach the interior. A premium 8×10 foot awning offers ample shade while outdoors, and the towable’s frame has space to accommodate two 30-pound propane tanks.
Standard features include a bathroom that comes with a toilet and shower and a spacious kitchen complete with two-burner stove and stainless steel sink. A 66-gallon fresh water tank provides water for cooking and cleaning, while two sets of bunk beds allow the trailer to sleep four comfortably.
Solar panels, separate heating and air conditioning system, and a refrigerator are optional upgrades. Other add-ons include an off-road tire package, exterior lighting, and a 2000-watt generator. Buyers can expand the fresh water tank’s capacity to 132 gallons, and a larger four-burner stove is available too.
Uncharted is now accepting deposits on the Adventure Series trailer. For more information, watch the video above and check out the company’s website.