We bought a new 2021 Wolf Pup, 22' bunkhouse version too. It's a great little trailer, our very first one. It's good for the weekend trips if you're not on a sewer hookup. We've found the 17gal gray water fills up fast.Crow wrote: Sat Jul 31, 2021 11:27 am Overall I love traveling with the trailer, especially the new Wolf Pup... we took it out to Montana in the spring and we're headed that way again next week. 25 hours from California, but with the trailer it's like you're always kind of at home!
To the OP - highly recommend the renting/testing first. Camping requires some commitment. We've also found that the "stocking up" costs can cost a few bucks as well - but it is worth it to buy now, work now.
There are a bunch of good getting started videos and blog posts out there on what you'll need.
Is it worth it? Depends on your use case. For us, we like to travel to places and either hang out to fish/hike, or visit nearby locations for their attractions during the day and come back to enjoy a meal/fire at the camper. If you're more of a "go to vegas and gamble" kind of traveler, where the bed is just a 4 to 8 hour pause, RVing might not be your thing? Only way to really know is try it a time or two.