So the RV life isn't for you. Sure, throwing back beers and burgers in a concrete lot with Aunt Rose and Uncle Marv is fun, but so is logging quality shut-eye at a wooded site before hitting up a 14,000-foot peak (we'd argue, more so). But this doesn't mean you have to resign yourself to the life of ultralight camping. Just downsize your RV ambition with a teardrop, pop-up, or scamper. These trailers offer up the creature comforts of your relatives' Winnebago in a more portable, often off-road capable package.