For nearly 90 years, the Airstream name has been synonymous with classic, classy travel trailers with their distinctive rounded aluminum-covered shapes and wraparound windows. One of the company’s least expensive models that embodies this style is the Caravel. The 16-foot-long 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 (that 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. With a trailer weight of about 3,500 pounds, most midsize utility vehicles and small pickups can comfortably tow the $62,000 Caravel. Get full details at

Camping, not roughing it