These fiberglass, eco-friendly, ultra-light accommodations in Southern California are boldly designed and known for their classic, vintage style and timeless, comfortable interiors. Each camper can accommodate up to four guests. All campers have been updated and restored to their original beauty with modern additions, such as sound systems, iPod docs, heaters, ventilation fans, and contemporary upholstery. The durable fiberglass construction lasts forever, and all trailers are under 1,200 lbs.The benefits of a super lightweight travel camper include that they're easy to maneuver, small, and easy to tow; require very little gas; don't require extra insurance or brake lines; can be towed with any vehicle; 100% solar powered and climate controlled; and they're easy to store and can fit into any parking space.The two options in trailers that glampers have are as follows:1984 Uhaul CT: An original 1980's U-Haul trailer based off the popular Burro brand, it has robust features, including a big bumper and numerous safety features. It also has dimmable rope lighting, retro curtains, a table base for outside, a stereo with an iPod jack, mirrors, storage space, a fridge, a stove, and a sink. The 1981 Trillium: The Cadillac of fiberglass trailers, it is wider and taller than other trailers and has an extra shelf and a large closet. Everything fits nicely, and there is a lot of space. It is solid and smooth for pulling, features a stereo with an iPod dock, a removable DC, high-powered window fan, and sleeps four with ease. This camper is uniquely decorated with a vintage beige and brown exterior and a bright yellow and blue with palm trees interior. It's perfect for the beach with friends!