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Crushing on tiny travel trailers

We recently spotted this incredibly cute travel trailer at Larabee State Park near Bellingham. (Leslie Kelly)
We recently spotted this incredibly cute travel trailer at Larabee State Park near Bellingham. (Leslie Kelly)

When it comes to pull-behinds, we're always on the lookout for the tiny variety. They're just so darned cute. 

But are they practical? Especially if you're on the road a lot. Probably not. 

Still, when we see one that's novel, we like to do a drive by photo session. In pre-pandemic days, we might have asked a few questions and been invited to poke our heads inside to take a look. Now, we do our looking online.

We love the made-in-Texas Casita, but this cutie pie we recently spied in Larabee State Park was like sighting a rare bird. We'd never seen one like it before. And there was no overt branding so not really sure where it came from. 

This much is certain: Interest in tiny trailers continues to grow.

Have a hot tip on a teeny trailer you think we need to check out? Please give us a heads up at goingmobile@spokesman.com. 

In the meantime, we've just asked to join the Facebook group called PNW Travel Trailers.  



Leslie Kelly
Leslie Kelly is a freelance writer.