A Breakdown of the Winnebago Micro Minnie

If you want a small travel trailer to get you outside and enjoy nature, you might consider the Winnebago Micro Minnie. It has a lot packed into each of the 11 floorplans, even though they’re small in size.

Let’s look at the Winnebago Micro Minnie lineup to decide if this is the right model for you.

It is a small two-axle travel trailer. The Hike 100 is the smallest travel trailer line, but the Micro Minnie is the second smallest.

What Is the Winnebago Micro Minnie?

The units measure 7 feet wide, 10 feet 5 inches tall and come with 235/75R15C tires. They’re easily towable by new or seasoned RVers.

Winnebago makes drivable and towable RVs. The motorhomes include Class A, Class B, and Class C units. The towables are all travel trailers.

What Other Types of RVs Does Winnebago Make?

The Winnebago Micro Minnie Lineup

Length: 20 feet 5 inches GVWR: 5,500 pounds Sleeps: Three people Features: You get a rear full-bathroom, a booth dinette, a full kitchen, and a front bed.


Length: 19 feet 5 inches GVWR: 5,000 pounds Sleeps: Three people Features: It’s very similar to the 1720FB with the same features and amenities, except the booth dinette and the kitchen are flip-flopped.


Length: 20 feet GVWR: 5,000 pounds Sleeps: Three people Features: The 1808FBS features one slide-out with a dinette table, providing extra interior room for moving about.


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