The Airstream name has been synonymous with classic and classy travel trailers, highlighted by their distinctive rounded aluminum bodies and wraparound windows. One of the company’s least expensive models that embodies this style is the Caravel. The 16-foot version — the smallest of four sizes that range up to 22 feet — provides enough room for two happy wanders and comes with a dining area (converts to an extra bed), double bed, kitchen, combination toilet/shower and stowage cabinet. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, gas furnace, small fridge, microwave, flat-screen TV and WiFi. Among the options is a 90-watt solar-panel system. This $62,000 Caravel weighs in at about 3,500 pounds, which means most midsize utility vehicles and small pickups can comfortably tow it. Get full details at

Camping life is a Caravel