ESCAPE Traveler: A Mobile Vacation Cottage

Ever wish you could just pick up and go? The ESCAPE Traveler is a new 269-square foot cottage on wheels that can transport you to just about anywhere.

No more booking hotels weeks in advance, trying to find the best rate. Take your tiny home with you and enjoy your own mobile accommodations. Just find a beautiful spot, hook up your cottage and enjoy living in it within minutes.

Escape Exterior copyTiny houses are trending these days and the ESCAPE Traveler sets a new standard for living large in small, portable spaces with its elegant design, similar to the “prairie style” cottages at the award-winning Canoe Bay Resort in Northern Wisconsin.

The units are energy-efficient with full-size appliances and can sleep up to six people with two sleeping lofts and a couch/daybed. A cozy fireplace and big screen TV make an inviting area to lounge and socialize. The best view: floor-to-ceiling windows, which practically bring nature inside.

Measuring 28’L (including hitch) x 8.5’W x 13’5″H and weighing 10,000 pounds, each ESCAPE Traveler is outfitted with its own trailer and is easily transported with a standard pick-up. Water and power hook up takes just minutes, allowing travelers to take their vacation getaway on the road on a moment’s notice.

150707_Traveler_416ESCAPE Traveler can produce and deliver the handcrafted designs within 30 to 60 days and introductory pricing starting at just $58,800. (A few of the units can be rented at Canoe Bay Resort, in Northern Wisconsin, but must stay on the resort’s property.)

For more information, visit ESCAPE Traveler or call 844-696-3722.

Liz Laing

Liz Laing

Liz has been a freelance travel writer for nearly a decade, writing for multiple outlets such as Mothering, US Airways, Alaska Airlines, CBS Los Angeles, MadeMan and wandermelon, to name a few. Growing up in New Mexico, Liz also traveled to Japan and Europe, including touring with a modern dance troupe throughout France. She’s now also added photography and web design to her talents, but her greatest accomplishment has been raising her four wonderful kids, who have already been bitten by the travel bug.
Liz Laing

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