Is it a cottage or a camper? It’s both, and it’s real cute

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Answer truthfully, have you ever seen a cuter, more charming camper? We already know the answer: No, you have not.

We found this on the CampingRoadTrip.com Facebook page (a favorite of ours for finding images like this), but don’t know anything else about it. Do you? All we know is that it is darn cute and we’d love to have a morning coffee at that sweet table out front. Are we invited?

If you know anything about this camper, please let us know. Or tell us about other “cottage campers” in the comments.

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PEGGY BRADLEY
3 months ago
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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  PEGGY BRADLEY

Thanks, Peggy! That’s really neat to see how it evolved! 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Gary Swope
3 months ago

That is really cool. The person or persons that did the painting on this trailer could very well start a lucrative business doing RV’s .

Cindy
3 months ago

Hey, Grumpies, it’s called Glamping. If they have a truck they can cart all that stuff and with that little trailer will not be overweight. Not that much to setting up this old vintage trailer. The artist was amazing.

jlef123
3 months ago

Looks like this is a 15′ Serro Scotty Highlander. Wonderful old trailers

PEEWEE HENSON
3 months ago

WAY COOL. THE ARTIST DOES GOOD WORK

Paul S Goldberg
3 months ago

Cute in a ticky tacky sort of way. Clearly a seasonal setup as the glitz would require a large pickup to cart it along and the doorway hardly looks roadworthy. Not my taste.

mdstudey
3 months ago

It looks tacky to me. More like something you would find in a backyard for a kid. Plus, you have enough to do to set up, why all the extra fluff?