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This Compact Travel Trailer a Basically a Luxe Miniature Home—or Office—on Wheels

The two-wheeled Roam can be used as a luxe camper, a mobile workspace or even a storefront.

Nook Tiny Homes Roam travel trailer Nook Tiny Homes

Nook Tiny Home wants to make your next stay at a campground a little more comfortable.

The Texas-based company has just unveiled a new travel trailer called Roam. We’ve seen our fair share of caravans around these parts, but Nook’s model stands out from the pack due to it basically being a tiny home on wheels.

That’s not an exaggeration, either. For Roam, the company has taken one of its ultra-compact residences and added a tow hitch and a pair of wheels. There may be trailers out there with more capabilities and features, but few seem likely to have you feeling more at home—no matter where your travels have taken you.

Inside the Nook Tiny Homes Roam travel trailer
Inside the Nook Tiny Homes Roam travel trailer Nook Tiny Homes

Roam measures 12 feet end to end and can comfortably fit into a regular-sized parking space, according to Nook. Despite its compact dimension, the company has managed to fit all the necessities and more into the trailer. Roam’s living space has a kitchenette with an electric cooking range, refrigerator and sink. There’s also room for a full-size bed, though the caravan can sleep even more if you don’t mind adding a bunk bed above it. But the real difference maker is the bathroom, which has enough space for a full-size toilet and shower. The vehicle does need to be connected to a power source, but solar panels are available as an add-on if you want to spend some time living off the grid.

The Roam may be a pretty simple trailer, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t versatile. You can take it to more places than the campground and use it for activities other than eating and sleeping. Nook says the vehicle can easily be customized for use as a mobile office or storefront.

The Nook Tiny Homes Roam travel trailer can be used as a mobile office or storefront
The Roam can also be used as a mobile office or storefront Nook Tiny Homes

Interested in buying a home you can hit the road with? Nook is taking orders for Roam now through its website. The trailer starts at $55,000, but expect that cost to rise quickly the more options you add.

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