Home & Design | February 13, 2017 9:00 am

The Cricket Camper Is Your Complete Off-Grid Getaway Package

Solar? Check. NASA-Inspired plumbing situation? Also check.

What separates TAXA’s Cricket from the rest of the camper trailer pack isn’t just its 32″ by 20″ picture window, NASA-inspired plumbing and electrical system or flexible pop-out rooftop tent.

Nope, what really make the Cricket chirp is that its diminutive size packs everything you need for an off-grid getaway, and measuring 15 feet in length and weighing just 1,450 pounds, the camper can be towed by most four-cylinder vehicles. 

TAXA Camper Trailers (10 images)

TAXA — the outdoor gear firm that also produces the even-smaller TigerMoth trailer —  has insulated the trailer with aluminum composite panels and given it tinted windows with shades for privacy as well as pre-wired the Cricket for solar panels and left a propane stove as an option.

Available in both Camp and Trek models, the customizable Cricket starts at around $30,000.

Hop to it, Jiminy.