How much does the cheapest camper cost?

Used Class B RVs can be among the most affordable if their smaller size and fewer features meet your needs. You can find older models for as little as $10,000-$15,000! However, for a more recent used model with average features, prices start around $30,000 and can still stretch into the six figures for luxury models!

Is having a camper worth it?

Having your own RV can mean significant savings compared to the costs of a typical vacation with flights, rental cars, accommodations, and meals out. Especially with kids and/or picky eaters, having your own kitchen and meal planning is not only cost-effective, but also offers peace of mind.

How much does an AntiShanty cost?

It will last a lifetime but costs only a little over $20,000. That’s a deal compared to similarly sized trailers that can run upward of $30,000. Granted, many others come with more accessories, but you’re paying for someone else’s interior design. The AntiShanty affords more freedom to customize.

What is the smallest camper size?

Typically these types of drivable motorhomes are known as Class B RVs. They are the smallest motorhome type and range in length from 18 to 24 feet long.

Can I live in a camper?

Yes, you can park and live in an RV on your own land. However, it cannot be your permanent home on the property in some jurisdictions. Of course, in most cases, somebody would have to report you for living in your RV full-time, so it’s possible to get away with it for a while.

Can you live in a RV full-time?

Life on the road can often get lonely, even for couples or families who travel together. Committing to the full-time RV lifestyle often means forgoing a sense of community, missing out on family events and waking up every day in a new, unfamiliar place. For the Nealys, this is the greatest challenge of full-time RVing.

Can you live in an RV?

Some people live in an RV park without moving around, which is called stationary RV living. This is common in many areas where homeownership is less affordable. It can be like living in a mobile home park. Many RV parks that offer long-term stays have a mix of stationary and on-the-move residents.