The camp cart was an idea I had for adding amenities to my camp setup while towing a boat. Truck campers are too small and expensive, and require a heavy-duty pickup. Travel trailers can’t be taken along with a boat. Triple combinations are huge and also are not a half ton pickup option.
The camp cart has storage, power, plumbing, and a winch to pull itself into the truck bed. This provides a lot of the camper advantages:
Fully loaded it weighs only 630lbs, so I can bring it in the back of a half ton truck and tow a boat. The tent that goes with it is 12x20 feet, so lots of room once deployed.
Built-in behind seven magnetic breaker protected circuits is 3.2 kWh of lithium batteries. These can be charged from either 120v or solar with an onboard charge controller for each. There is also a 300 watt inverter with extremely low parasitic consumption, allowing it to be left on most of the time for charging and lights.
The whole back side of the cart stores the tent, table, chair, and cots. Just roll the cart out of the truck and pitch the tent. Then push the cart into the tent and set everything else up.