The Explorer Box is a flexible design.  One of the areas you can tailor is the Chuckbox style front kitchen / galley area.  It’s straight forward to optimize the shelf layout based on the items you normally take.

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping TrailersTailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

When planning a layout begin by gathering all you plan to pack inside;  Look at what would go together on a shelf, needs a shelf of its own, and what could be grouped together in a drawer.  I find that Sterlite plastic baskets work nicely as a drawers and are readily available at many stores.

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

I then use cardboard to mockup the layout and sizing.  This is an easy, cost-effective and quick way to test clearances and try different ways to organize things.

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping TrailersTailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

Once you’ve worked out a good layout, use the Explorer Box manual as a guide for the building method and to document the dimensions.  Here is a recent one I’ve been working on that has a wider than normal front door and doesn’t use a side door.

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping TrailersTailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

Tailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping TrailersTailoring Your Explorer Box’s Kitchen Compact Camping Trailers

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