5 Features You’ll Love in the Winnebago Hike 100 Towable

5 Features You’ll Love in the Winnebago Hike 100 Towable
Highlights of this compact camper trailer, reviewed by a full-time RVer!
By: GoLife Staff

The Winnebago HIKE 100 was designed for those looking to get the most out of their camping experience, while still being able to tow with a smaller SUV or camper van. The HIKE 100 comes in five different floor plans, offers outdoor living space and storage options, and under bed storage for your bulky items. With a full-height ceiling and full width of 7’9”, the HIKE 100 is the perfect gear-hauling camper for extended seasons and all your adventures.

Top 5 Winnebago Hike 100 Features

1. 2,700 Pounds

Towing the HIKE 100 is a breeze for many small SUVs and camper vans. It’s compact, light, and comfortable. With a dry weight of only 2,700 pounds, you can tow your HIKE 100 behind you anytime, anywhere.

2. Batwing Awning

With the HIKE 100’s batwing awning, you are able to maximize your camping spot. The awning offers additional coverage on two more sides of the trailer. With the batwing awning, you can enhance your outdoor living space with drop down panels for additional privacy and even an outdoor shower. 

3. Roof Rack

Load up your kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and other large outdoor gear on the roof rack. The HIKE 100 supports Thule accessories, so you can bring all your large outdoor gear along with you no matter where you go.

4. Receiver Rack

The exoskeleton storage for your outdoor gear doesn’t stop at just the roof rack. The two inch receiver rack on the back of the HIKE 100 will keep your bikes or other accessories safe and secure while you travel. This gives you the option to haul even more gear with you on all your adventures.

5. Utility Fenders

To top off the incredible outdoor storage features, the HIKE 100 has utility fenders. These utility fenders are great to use as storage boxes to store more of your gear and cargo. They can also be folded down to be used as an outdoor table.

Hike 100 Review by Full-Time Adventure RVer

Check out this Winnebago insider video for insights from Winnebago Towables Product Manager, Adam Christoffersen, and Winnebago Ambassador, full-time RVer, and HIKE owner, Peter Holcombe.

Learn more about the Winnebago HIKE 100 towable!

Comments

User commented on December 14, 2021 6:15 PM
How much are they Are there inside pictures of one How many does it sleep Where can you buy one
User commented on December 15, 2021 7:23 PM
Show better pucs of inside.