Gear Junkie: A Luxury Hybrid Caravan to consider |

Gear Junkie: A Luxury Hybrid Caravan to consider

Stephen Regenold
The Gear Junkie
The OP 15 by OPUS camper pairs off-road capabilities with luxurious comforts.
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Backcountry camping with a tow-behind RV often means bare-bones amenities. But a trend in RV design is bringing more luxury to rough roads and boondocking sites.

One example is the OP 15 by OPUS. It pairs off-road capabilities with luxurious comforts. An exterior slide-out kitchen, as one example, comes with a prep deck, stove, pantry and a Dometic CFX75 fridge.

Inside, you’ll find a king bed and twin bunks. There’s a full bathroom complete with shower, sink and chemical toilet.

An expandable design makes for less bulk while towing. The OP 15 collapses down to 15 feet and is designed to handle narrow, rough roads.

Read the full write up of the OP 15 by OPUS by Stephen Regenold at

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