8 Best Small Campers Under 2,000 lbs. with Bathrooms

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 If you have been searching for a lightweight camper with a bathroom, you may be frustrated at the limited options available. If so, you will love our list of the 8 Best Small Campers Under 2,000 pounds with bathrooms. We have searched and checked out hundreds of campers to bring you the top models in this category!

It can be a challenge to find a compact, ultra lightweight travel trailer with the amenities and features needed for an extended camping trip. By far, the most desirable feature for most consumers is a bathroom.

1. 2020 Safari Condo Alto R1723

  • Dry Weight: 1,867 lbs.
  • Length: 16 feet
  • Sleeps: 2-4
  • Price: $30,375

If you love windows, you will fall in love with the Safari Condo Alto! This compact travel trailer has more windows than you can imagine, giving it a spacious and open feeling.

We are blown away by all of the features in this camper. The camper sleeps up to four with a king-size bed and small dinette that converts into an additional sleeping area. The table can also be moved to create both a two-seat and a five-seat dining area.

A toilet and shower on board, along with an interior kitchen, give you everything you need in a small space. The kitchen features a microwave, refrigerator, two-burner stove, and storage space.

We love the stylish finish options available. You can choose the cabinet finish, fabric, and even the countertops in your Safari Condo! The ability to personalize this unique camper makes it an excellent choice for anyone looking for a higher-end, compact camper.

2.  2020 NUCAMP RV TAB 320 CS-S

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2020 NUCAMP RV TAB 320 CS-S Floor Plan
  • Dry Weight: 1,791 lbs.
  • Length: 15 feet 2 inches
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $29,169

The Tab 320 by NuCamp is a unique trailer that is sure to surprise you. It is a teardrop style camper that offers amenities that you would expect to find in a much larger travel trailer. The Tab features both a wet bath and an outdoor kitchen, making it perfect for longer trips and boondocking.

The Tab 320 is a very well designed compact travel trailer. The finishes within the camper are luxurious and higher end. From the LED lighting to the real wood finishes, you will love the quality and style of the Tab 320. The linoleum flooring is on-trend and easy to clean.

The camper features a small table and seating area that converts to a bed for two, along with two TVs, one outside and one in the outdoor kitchen. We love the cabinets and storage area inside the camper, a rarity in a teardrop trailer.

The outdoor kitchen has lots of great storage, a refrigerator, a two-burner stove, and a sink, along with that extra TV!

On the practical side of things, the Tab 320 has an ultra-lightweight design with a durable fiberglass exterior. We love the storage available in this camper, especially the storage under the bed, which has enough space for everything you need on a getaway.

If you plan to do a lot of boondocking during your adventures, the Tab 320 has two optional packages you may want to consider. The Boondock Lite and Boondock Edge packages offer special features like upgraded off-road tires and optional racks for your bikes.


Small camper with bathroom under 2000 lbs Falcon Lite 14
small campers with bathrooms under 2000 lbs Flacon FL 14
  • Dry Weight: 1,692 lbs.
  • Length: 13 feet 5 inches
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $14,915

If you are searching for that perfect lightweight camper on a budget, the Travel Lite Falcon F-Lite FL-14 is a camper that should be on your list. Travel Lite is known for its quality campers at low prices, and the Falcon is no exception.

Our favorite feature of this camper is that the kitchen is inside the camper, making it an excellent choice for anyone who camps regularly in rainy areas such as the Pacific Northwest. With the interior refrigerator, stainless steel microwave, sink, and two-burner stove, bad weather will not prevent you from making a great meal.

The wet bath is small but adequate, and the interior of the camper has multiple storage cabinets and even a wardrobe. The dinette is spacious and converts into a comfortable bed that can comfortably accommodate two people.

Outside, a pass-through storage compartment makes bringing larger items a breeze. The camper also has a standard awning allowing you to enjoy more time outside, which is what the camping lifestyle is all about!

4.  Liberty Outdoors Little Guy Mini Max

  • Dry Weight: 1,933 lbs.
  • Length: 17 feet 2 inches
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $24,266

The Little Guy Mini Max is a great option for those looking to tow their camper with a crossover of small-size SUV. A well-equipped crossover can easily handle towing of this lightweight camper, and SUVs of all sizes will have no trouble with this rig.

The Little Guy Mini Max has a few unique features, including a vertical stargazer window. This window opens 90 degrees and really allows the light (and stars) to shine into this cozy camper. The windows are also tinted for privacy and include integrated shades and blinds.

Additional conveniences include the queen size bed, which converts to a dining area, a wet bath with sprayer and toilet, and a six-foot interior height. You will appreciate the hardwood cabinetry and built-in entertainment system on your adventures.

We love that the camper features a true refrigerator with plenty of space for your essentials. There is also a two-burner stove, which makes cooking meals convenient and affordable.

Outside, you will appreciate the sizeable pass-through storage, lightweight aluminum construction, and seamless fiberglass roof.

Additional options include a “rough rider” package, with off-road tires, perfect for those looking to get away from it all. You can also add solar panels along with a mounted bike carrier.

5.  2020 Flagstaff E-Pro E-15TB

  • Dry Weight: 1,983 lbs.
  • Length: 15 feet 10 inches
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $19,877

Weekend warriors will love the Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro! If you are looking for a small camper that is easy to tow, you have to check out this model.

The E-Pro camper features sleeping for two, along with a rear kitchen. The kitchen is complete with a microwave, sink, and refrigerator. The E-Pro also comes already equipped with a WiFi router and signal booster, making it perfect if you plan to work or stream videos while camping.  With a toilet and small shower on board,

The E-Pro allows you to explore the great outdoors with the ability to prepare meals and sleep in a comfortable bed at night. We highly recommend this travel trailer for anyone who is looking for a basic camper to elevate their camping experience.

6. 2020 ALiner Grand Ascape ST

  • Dry Weight: 1,700 lbs.
  • Length: 14 feet
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $22,995

The ALiner Grand Ascape ST is an excellent lightweight camper with all you need for a camping adventure. Not to be confused with its other popular Grand Plus model, the Great Plus is one of the only 14 feet campers we found with so many unique features.

Onboard, there is a small toilet and sink, and outside you will find a great outdoor shower option. The U-shaped dinette gives you plenty of space for eating, working, or playing a game. The dinette area converts into a roomy and comfortable bed for two.

The kitchen area has all you need to make a meal on the go. A two-burner range and built-in microwave, along with plenty of storage, complete the kitchen.

The ALiner Grand Ascape ST also has a few other special features sure to please. A 6-foot Thule awning comes standard, along with a 100-watt solar panel! With all of this under 2,000 pounds, there is a lot to love in the ALiner Ascape!

7. 2020 Scamp 16’

  • Dry Weight: 1,750 lbs.
  • Length: 16 feet
  • Sleeps: 2-4
  • Price: $26,000

You will be amazed at the features of the Scamp 16-foot camper! Scamp offers a variety of floor plans in this size, and our favorite features a small shower and toilet, along with beds for up to four people! Wow! The Scamp has a typical setup with a table and bench seating that converts to a bed, but it also has a sofa that converts into two bunk beds.

The ability to sleep four people makes the Scamp an excellent choice for families with children and grandparents wanting to give the grandchildren a taste of the great outdoors.

In addition to the beds, table, and bathroom, the Scamp has an interior kitchen complete with range, sink, refrigerator, and counter space, for easy cooking in your camper.

The Scamp is roomy and comfortable enough for two people to camp for a few days or even a few weeks! Although it is priced higher than similar-sized campers, Scamps are an excellent choice for anyone looking to invest in a well-designed camper. Scamps are also very popular with owners and have a high resale value.

8. 2020 Roulette ProLite Plus

  • Dry Weight: 1,590 lbs.
  • Length: 15 feet 2 inches
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Price: $28,336

The 2020 Roulette ProLite Plus is the only camper we found under 2,000 pounds, with a bathroom and slide! Having a slide in your camper gives you so much more space and really makes a smaller camper feel much larger.

In the ProLite Plus model, the sofa is located in the slide. In the front of the camper, you will find a spacious table with banquette seating that converts into a roomy bed. Your kitchen comes with a sink, two-burner stove, larger size fridge, microwave, and a good amount of storage. A toilet and shower complete the well-designed camper.

We love all of the windows on board the Roulette ProLite Plus, which makes it feel much larger and open than many similar-sized campers. We also like the fact that it is easy to tow with a crossover or SUV. A stereo system and awning come standard, and the pass-through storage outside allows you to store supplies and recreational or camping gear easily.

While the price is higher than similarly sized campers, you will understand why once you experience the roomy slide space and windows in this cozy camper.

Should I Buy an Extended Warranty for My Camper?

Yes – but not from a dealership! Unfortunately, your odds of suffering a major mechanical breakdown go up with every passing year. Based on RV Warranty claims records, more than 3 out of every 10 RVs will need major repairs in only their second year on the road. This skyrockets to 8 out of 10 in their fifth year, and virtually ALL of them in their eighth year! Today’s RVs are increasingly more complex, and with more things to go wrong, the need to protect your investment is more important than ever.

Our RV Warranty plans allow you to change your mind! If you’re looking to sell your RV to a private party, you can absolutely transfer the policy to the new owner. Additionally, if you are trading in your RV, or getting out of RVing altogether, you can cancel your policy for a pro-rated refund.

We bought a warranty through Wholesale Warranties for several reasons:

  • We can cancel the warranty at any time and get a pro-rated refund
  • We can transfer the warranty to the new owner if we decide to sell our RV
  • There are no mileage caps on our policy
  • We can use repair shops all across the country
  • We can use a mobile repair company right at our campsite
  • The price is way better than most dealerships
  • We could finance the cost of the warranty
  • With parts and labor prices increasing all the time, we have peace of mind

You owe it to yourself to at least check out a warranty and get a free quote to see if it is right for you. It just takes a few minutes and you will learn a ton about protecting your investment. We only recommend products we use ourselves and we highly recommend you get a free quote from Wholesale Warranties. To learn more, check out our article called Protecting Your Travels with RV Warranties: What, How, and Why.

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If you are considering buying one of these 8 Best Small Campers Under 2,000 lbs. with Bathrooms or any other camper or RV, we highly recommend that you “try before you buy.” Try before you buy means that you rent a camper or RV to try it out BEFORE you buy it.

Susan and I did this before we bought our Class C RV. We rented a Class C for a 10 day vacation and we learned everything we liked and didn’t like about it. This really helped us to find the perfect Class C RV to buy. And we highly recommend that you do the same thing. It will likely save you thousands of dollars and make you much happier with your buying decision.


To learn all about how to find the perfect RV rental so you can “Try Before You Buy” check out our article called The Ultimate Guide to Renting an RV. And for more info check out these articles below:

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    • Hi Joyce,
      Some would say too expensive and others think the price is right. Judging by the RV Show I attended the other day I would say there are plenty of people willing to pay these prices. But remember that the list price can usually be negotiated down about 35%.
      Thanks for reading the article and for your comment.

      • Mike, as I go through these different models (small ones) I feel, well, like a loser. I know a lot of people can afford these easily, but not us. In spite of the fact that my husband is a Professor at the local college here – a full college, not a junior college, he’s still a teacher in a teacher’s salary. We’ve got a son with special needs, and healthcare didn’t include treatments until 2013, so at first, we had a lot of medical debt that took most of our income, but we recovered nicely. We tent camped a lot, but because of our situations, we need a tiny camper. We’re not poor or destitute, but we do live sometimes from paycheck to paycheck just as a lot of middle income people do.
        I started looking, around two summers ago, I looked into small campers for sale. YIKES! Not in our range! Then I tried looking at used – not much different, these tiny campers are keeping their value, unlike most recreational products, like boats.
        But I see why. Even the smallest or least expensive ones sport luxury items (to me) which we don’t need, like suround-sound media systems, TV’s, full sized fridges, temperature control, showers indoors, full sized bedrooms – operative word being ROOMS, and cabinetry that’s nicer than my home. We don’t need any of that. We just want a place to sleep, a toilet, and not much else. How and where can I find one like that besides a custom made teardrop who’s prices start at $6k completely hollowed out. Can you steer me in the right direction? I thought I’d saved up enough, 5 – 8k.

        • Hi Stacy,
          First of all, you aren’t a loser. You guys work hard under difficult circumstances so you have nothing to be ashamed about. And you aren’t the only ones who agree that the price of campers can be very high. Plus the prices we show in our articles and YouTube videos are always MSRP. You can always buy lower than MSRP – sometimes as much as 35% lower than MSRP.
          You can try looking on RVTrader.com and filter for used travel trailers priced from lowest to highest. There are some junk listings but there are also legit campers for sale in your price range. Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace are other good places to look. We actually bought our class C RV off of Facebook Marketplace!
          I hope this helps!
          Please let me know if you have any other questions! And join our Facebook group and ask the group where you can find a great deal on a camper. I bet you will get lots of good responses.
          Here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RVCampingforNewbies/
          I hope to see you in there!

  1. Outrageous prices you are showing which are probably manufacturer listed. Nobody will pay these prices for these. You can get a brand new coleman fully loaded for $10k here. No comparison, not competitive and they are made as cheap as chinese plastic.

    • All prices are MSRP and you can negotiate a 35% discount off of these prices.

    • Hi Bob,
      I included them in my blog post called 7 Best Fiberglass Travel Trailer Brands. And I think Casita’s weigh more than 2,000 lbs …

  2. Where can I find Telescoping hard sides pop-up trailers. I don’t care for the canvass sides but would like to see over the camper as I pull it, if possible.


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