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You’ve Got Options: Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet


The smallest RVs, whether driveable or towable, come with plenty of benefits. From offering great maneuverability, excellent fuel efficiency, a friendly price point, and lower maintenance costs. Not to mention they expand your campground, parking, and storage options. However, these miniature rigs aren’t known for having a proper shower and toilet on board. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a tiny RV that has a bathroom. We have scoured the internet and put together a list of the smallest RV with shower toilet options.

Read on to discover the tiniest RV in every motorhome and towable category that comes with a space to freshen up.

If you want to rent an RV that will help keep your travel costs low, while still offering all the basic amenities of home, book a small RV with a bathroom. Here on Outdoorsy, there’s a wide selection of miniature homes on wheels to choose from, both drivable and towable.

Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet: Class B – Airstream Interstate 19

Dry Weight: 7,385 lbs.

Dimensions: 19′5″X6′7″X9′7″

Sleep Capacity: 2

MSRP: $191,125

If you’re in the market for a nimble campervan that’s outfitted with the finest amenities, look no further than the Airstream Interstate 19. It has all the elegant features RVers love fit smartly into a nineteen-foot floor plan. 

Some of its standout appointments include a power sofa and side seats that convert into the largest bed in its class and a modern mini-kitchen for cooking up treats at the campsite. There’s also one interface to control shades, lighting, awning, AC, and monitor tanks and power levels. Thanks to its small stature, this Class B feels absolutely at home, whether in the confines of the city or on narrow country roads.

Bathroom Features

To help you stay fresh and feel good on the road, Interstate 19 comes with a spacious, European-style wet bath. The space houses a shower, toilet, and sink, as well as a built-in shampoo station, exhaust fan, and clothesline. The freshwater tank holds 21 gallons, while the gray and black tanks hold 16 and 9 gallons, respectively.

Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet: Class C – Gulfstream BT Cruiser 5210

GVWR: 12,500 lbs.

Dimensions: 22’6″X8’X10’6″ 

Sleep Capacity: 2

MSRP: $76,978

If you are looking for a mini Class C RV equipped with a full bathroom, the Gulfstream BT Cruiser 5210 is a perfect candidate. It delivers a comfortable touring experience as it can drive anywhere, from busy city streets and narrow byways to twisty country roads. More importantly, this unit doesn’t skimp on features. 

It has two soft-touch jackknife sofas for lounging during the day, and they convert to create sleeping space at night. In the kitchen, you’ll have full amenities to fix your favorite meals, including a 3-burner range with oven, microwave, a large sink with a high-rise faucet, plus a good-size refrigerator. Outside, the power awning creates an outdoor living area.

Bathroom Features

At the rear, you will find a super convenient bathroom with a separate shower and toilet. Next to it is a wardrobe to keep your clothes wrinkle-free. The freshwater tank’s capacity is 41 gallons, the gray holds 26 gallons, while the black stores 26 gallons.

Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet: Class A – Thor Axis 24.1

GVWR: 12,000 lbs.

Dimensions: 25’8″X7’10”X11″ 

Sleep Capacity: 5

MSRP: $147,900

Sure, Class A RVs aren’t known for being small in size. But interestingly, not all of them are the size of a bus. There are plenty of miniature Class As that you can buy, the best being the Thor Axis 24.1. Smaller than most Class C RVs, this rig gives you confidence behind the wheel without giving up on the luxury amenities synonymous with Class As.

Some of the best highlights include two twin beds in the rear that convert to a California king if required, a sleeper sofa, and a drop-down bunk in the cockpit. Moreover, it has a convection microwave oven, cooktop, double-door refrigerators, two TVs in the living room and bedroom, plus a nicely finished Euro-style interior.

Bathroom Features

The Axis 24.1 comes with a dry bathroom, meaning the shower and toilet are separate. The space also boasts a sink, medicine cabinet, drawers, a robe hook, a skylight, a power vent, and a mirror. On tank capacity, the freshwater supplies 42 gallons, the gray holds 40 gallons, while the black maxes at 30 gallons.

Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet: Travel Trailer – Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB

Dry Weight: 2,608 lbs.

Dimensions: 15’8″X7’6″X9’8″ 

Sleep Capacity: 2

MSRP: $20,000

Fondly called the Swiss Army Knife of RVs, the Forest River Flagstaff E-Pro E15TB is one of the tiniest trailers with a shower and bathroom. Despite its compact footprint, it’s super functional and packed with most of the comforts you need to have a fulfilling adventure.

Inside this walkable travel trailer, you’ll find two twin beds that convert into a king bed. Making healthy meals is a breeze using the cooktop, and you can use the microwave for quick snacks. The fridge is also a fabulous addition, allowing you to store perishables and leftovers. To stay entertained indoors, you can watch the TV from the dinette/bed.

Bathroom Features

This camper is equipped with a wet bath, allowing you to skip the public facilities. It has a shower wand, foot flush toilet, and ventilation fan. Its fresh water tank accommodates 31 gallons, while both the gray and black have a capacity of 12 gallons.

Smallest RV with Shower and Toilet: Fifth-Wheel – Scamp 19′ Deluxe

Dry Weight: 2,800 lbs.

Dimensions: 19’X6’8″X8’10”

Sleep Capacity: 6

MSRP: $ $23,000

Fifth wheels are widely known for their giant size and spacious configurations. But not all 5th wheels are enormous. Some, like the Scamp 19’ are super compact, light, and extremely easy to tow and reverse. At just 19 feet long, this 5th wheel is the smallest you can get. Crucially, all the three Scamp 19’ Deluxe layouts come with a bathroom.

You’ll be impressed by the kitchen equipped with a gas stove, sink, refrigerator, pantry, and counter space. Tremendous amounts of storage space is available in the rear overhead compartments, on the cabinets above the stovetop, and below the bed.

Bathroom Features

This miniature fifth wheel has an interior wet bath complete with a shower and dry flush toilet. The bath also houses a sink, and you’ll find an outdoor shower when you step outside. Tank capacities vary greatly depending on the layout you pick.

Smallest Pop-Up Camoer with a Bathroom – Forest River Rockwood High Wall Series HW277

Dry Weight: 3,334 lbs.

Dimensions: 19’6″X7’X6’7″ 

Sleep Capacity: 6

MSRP: $35,000

Fancy a pop-up camper, but don’t want to compromise on having a bathroom? Check out the Forest River Rockwood High Wall Series. This folding camper has plenty of exciting highlights, including a U-shaped dinette with a sofa and table, a king and queen bed, plus a hanging wardrobe.

The interior also comes equipped with a 3-burner gas range, microwave, sink, refrigerator, an oven, and generous storage space. To make bigger meals for the crew, you can also use the slide-out kitchen and griddle outdoors. The rig is solar-ready and has a WiFi extender and electric brakes. It’s super easy to store inside a garage and pull with an SUV due to its low profile and lightweight nature.

Bathroom Features

This pop-up has everything you need to feel clean and energized on the road. There’s a cassette toilet, shower, and a curtain that allows you to wash off inside in privacy. Fresh water is supplied by a 20-gallon tank, while wastewater is stored in a 12-gallon gray and 12-gallon black tank.

Smallest Teardrop Camper with a Bathroom – nuCamp TAB 320 S

Dry Weight: 2,000 lbs.

Dimensions: 15’10″X7’4″X9’7″ 

Sleep Capacity: 2

MSRP: $21,600

If you don’t mind towing a teardrop, the nuCamp TAB 320 S is one of the smallest campers with a bathroom. What sets it apart from other egg-shaped campers is its phenomenal features. It has all the essentials you need to go on a weekend excursion or extended trip at a moment’s notice.

Step inside, and you’ll find a galley with a 12v refrigerator, 2-burner glass-top stove, stainless steel sink, and lots of under-the-counter storage. There’s also a u-shaped dinette that converts into a comfortable sleeping area, power roof fan, tank/battery monitor, custom screen/shade control, and an entry step light.

Bathroom Features

This trailer has a wet bath that has a cassette toilet and a built-in sink. To support the plumbing fixtures is a 19-gallon fresh water tank, plus gray and black tanks that hold 18 and 5 gallons, respectively. You’ll also find an external shower.

Smallest Truck Camper with a Bathroom – Lance 650

Dry Weight: 2,061 lbs

Dimensions: 15’6”X 86”X8’1”

Sleep Capacity: 3

Starting MSRP: $35,456

Designed for short bed half-ton trucks, the Lance 650 is a small camping unit, perfect for those who want to travel light. You won’t have an issue toting it around your favorite destinations, plus its quality construction means you can depend on it for years to come.

Inside, this pickup camper is decked out with many comforts of home. The galley has a two-burner propane cooktop, sink, microwave oven, solid surface countertop, upper cabinet, silverware organizer, two drawers, and a window to bring in the fresh air. On top of that is a U-shaped dinette with a solid surface table and a north-south queen-size bed.

Bathroom Features

You never have to rely on public restrooms when adventuring in this camper. It houses a bathroom with a shower, foot pedal toilet, towel rod, power roof vent, skylight, and ducted heat. Tank capacities are as follows: fresh tank – 22 gallons, gray tank – 15, and black tank – 16.

Small RVs: Tiny Doesn’t Mean Sacrificing a Shower and Toilet

Small RVs are all the rage these days. They can go places most rigs can’t access, park just about anywhere, and have great fuel economy. More importantly, they offer all the essentials for cooking, sleeping, and even bathing. If you love the idea of owning a small mobile abode but can’t live without a shower and toilet, you’re going to love the RVs above.

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