2010 17 foot EggCamper - $20,000 - Located south of Kansas City, MO
I have owned this EggCamper since April 2012. I have loved, loved this trailer. I am entering a different chapter in my life and it is time for someone else to enjoy this trailer.
I have been told that less than 150 EggCampers were produced between 2006 and 2015 in Grandville, MI. EggCampers are pretty similar to Casitas. My understanding is there are five major differences between them:
EggCampers are taller and wider than Casitas. EggCamper are electric only, they have no propane and no cooktop in them. EggCampers are double hulled so they have the same fiberglass walls on the inside so no carpet on the walls.
Dry weight of the trailer is approximately 2100 lbs. I have towed the EggCamper with my mid-size SUV that has a factory 5000 lb. tow package. Exterior height is 8 ft, 2 inches. Exterior width is 7 ft, 4 inches. Interior height is 6 ft, 7 inches. Interior width is 7 ft. EggCamper length is measured the same as other fiberglass trailers. It is a 17 foot trailer. The cabin is 13 feet in length and the other 4 feet is the tongue.
The interior hallway width is 40 inches. The space for the bed is 54 inches wide (full size). The length of the bed area does have several empty inches at both ends of the mattress. In the photos you will see a twin mattress that I used.
- 14 inch tires
- 14 gallon fresh water tank
- 8 gallon black tank
- 24 gallon grey tank
- 30 amp power
- Wet Bath
- Norcold 12v DC Refrigerator
- Electric Heater
- Residential Air Conditioner
- Small Microwave
- TV mount
- Set up for TV cable connection
- Great exterior tongue box
- 6 upper storage cabinets
- 2 generous closets
- 4 lower storage cabinets under the bed
I painted the cabinet doors and the table top. I put new knobs on the upper six cabinets. I installed curtain tracks with clips so you can easily change out the curtains. I updated two of the lights with double LED lights and changed the bulbs in the other two to LED.
I put on new tires in 2015. New battery in October 2021.
May 2018 I had the windows professionally tinted.
In April 2019 the excellent guys at Little Home on the Road in Texas installed a 3 inch lift kit and OMW shock absorbers.
I am also including a Honda EU2000i portable generator. I used the generator at three different events when I was dry camping. It has been stored in my garage and maintained the rest of the time. I am including the TV I used as well as a few other odds and ends.
I am happy to answer questions and have many more photos I can provide.