Originally Posted By: Russ
I like, good system -- The trailer for a solid roof and (relatively) comfortable bed for a good night's sleep, and enough tarps and awnings to make the area outside the trailer a very livable space. and it all packs up small.

Very comfortable bed. It's a great night sleep. The insulation makes it much quieter than a tent, in addition to being more secure.

These Little Guy teardrops come with a tri-fold mattress. I passed on that in favor of my own setup. Others use futons or memory foam.

It's so convenient. A couple weeks ago we pulled into camp after dark. All we had to do was remove the camp chairs and climb in. Didn't even unhitch the teardrop.

And as with any RV, being permanently packed makes camping, or bugging out, much quicker and less prone to forgetting things.