Well, as I explored all the composite deliciousness that this manufacturer has to offer, I encountered the Freedom, a 17-foot (5-meter) single axle camper designed to do so much more than you'd think for $31,000 (€32,400 at current exchange rates). Sure, that's just a starting price, and by the time you're finished pimping out your Freedom, you'll be looking at a tad more than this; nonetheless, read on. One thing I forgot to mention, the adventure we'll be taking is through a model that Casita is serving up from now until 2024.
Now, my experience with such campers tells me that this puppy is created with two one-piece shells that are then secured with element-proof seals to keep the elements out, and Casita sustains this notion with the info displayed on their website. In truth, these units can achieve more than just that.
Let's say you picked up one of these buggers and are hitting the road relatively late in the season. You already know that you can even tread through snow, and with a few more upgrades, you may be one of those explorers that fill Instagram with their A+ photos of frozen landscapes.
Let's not forget about the interior, as this space can also be considered photogenic; a storm catches you out in the wild, and now your photoshoot must be put on hold. Or does it? Inside the Freedom, owners can access a double bed, made possible by a modular dinette, cook meals with a stocked kitchen, and then enjoy said meals in a different, smaller dinette.
hitting your eyeballs. But, I still can't figure out how I will fit more than two guests in this puppy; maybe there is a bunk bed option.
What about off-grid abilities? What about them? Freedom includes a few features like water tanks, electrical systems, pumps, and AC. Still, if you feel like venturing outside the trailer park, you can throw more money at this problem and meet your needs with solar panels, batteries, inverters, and anything else Casita can pull off.
You know, there's this notion that you need to spend countless dollars on a mobile habitat suitable for year-round use. Well, I feel we can all agree that Casita's Freedom travel trailer has the stuff to debunk that notion. Talk about true off-grid Freedom.