Steve Niedorf

Slightly more sophisticated than your classic RV.

Erika Owen
July 21, 2015

As if it weren't already tempting enough to drop all of life's little obligations and take off on a traveling adventure, ESCAPEHomes has created a portable vacation home that's actually pretty luxurious. Despite the brand's namesake, they've made it practically impossible to escape the niceties of home—full-size appliances, a living room fireplace, big screen TV, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a washer/dryer unit are all included in the 269-square foot ESCAPE Traveler.

Steve Niedorf

Inspired by the prarie-style cottages found at Wisconsin's Canoe Bay Resort, the handcrafted cabins-on-wheels can be pushed, pulled, and parked anywhere you want to take it (glamping fans: take note). The units also feature lofted sleeping areas, Cedar lap siding, a 60" bathtub, and oak cabinetry, among other little comforts. Prices for basic units begin at $58,800 to own. For more information on how to get your own ESCAPE Traveler, check out the website.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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