Camping enthusiasts who want to combine lightweight towing with additional space will love the versatility of a hybrid camper trailer. Hybrid trailers combine the advantages of a hard-sided camping trailer and a pop-up camper. These unique trailers have fold-out sidewalls that turn into tent-covered beds with more sleeping rooms. These are so lightweight that many popular family vehicles like vans or SUVs have no issue while towing and are often affordable.

Merits of Hybrid Trailers

A hybrid trailer nowadays is so much better, and it provides a lot more benefits than an average trailer to a camper. These are some of the merits of a hybrid trailer.

·       Lightweight 

Hybrid trailers usually have more space while keeping the total weight lower than a standard travel trailer. A smaller vehicle benefits the lightweight and pulls a camping trailer with more space.

·       Open Floor

Hybrid camper trailer beds do not fill the floors because the two queen-sized beds extend out of the front and back. This means more storage, a bigger dining table, and a kitchen allowing more open floor plan through the camper’s center.

·       Larger Sleeping Area

Having two large queen size beds is one big benefit of hybrid trailers, one on both sides. Larger models also have folding couches and beds for more space.

·       Less expensive

Hybrid trailers cost way less per square foot, including bed space, compared to similar trailers. May other factors also affect the price, like the quality of finishes. But for simple comparison, hybrid campers are cheaper.

·       Amenities and Storge

There is not that much space in a normal travel trailer, so you can not keep all your necessary camping items, and it does not have any good features either. But in a hybrid trailer, there is everything big and expandable. You can bring all your bare necessities.

The setup is a quick process, and everything takes around 5 minutes to do. Hybris trailers bring you closer to nature. Being so small, it can go to places where normal trailers can not go. Hearing those nature sounds is so good while being comfortable.

Demerits of Hybrid Trailers

Well, everything is not perfect; the good thing about hybrid trailers is they have a few downsides. You should be aware of these downsides if you want to one.

·       Fluctuations in Temprature

While camping, there is not that much way to maintain the temperature inside the trailer. It is going to be a little cold during spring and a bit hotter in summer. But you can adjust according to your needs and requirements, the place you are camping.

The temperature would be uneven around the trailer, some parts of the trailer might be cool, and the other part might be warm. Some trailers also come with little fans and heaters to overcome the situation.

·       Condensation Built-up

If you camp regularly, then you know how much condensation builds up around the night. A surface becomes condensed when warm moist air comes into contact with a cold surface. It would help if you gave time to dry everything in the morning.