Casitas, Casita Parts, and Casita Gear
Casita Travel Trailers, in Rice, Texas, where all little homes begin. You can see and compare current models and order parts and appliances. Little House Customs offers a ton of parts, upgrades, and all-around handy stuff. A great resource for DIYers. Perfect Casita, owned by Orbital Machine Works, designs and manufactures smart, high-quality solutions and accessories. Due to high demand, some products may be out of stock, but they have a wait-list and excellent customer service. At Arizona Eileen’s Love My Casita you’ll find the most recent edition of “Casita Travel Trailer A-Z Owner’s Guide,” as well as Casita decals, apparel, and camping gear.
Apps for Travelers
Gas Buddy, Gas Guru, and Fuel Finder can help you find the lowest fuel prices on your route. Maps.me allows you to view maps offline/when you don’t have Internet access. Roadside America and Road Trippers suggest off the beaten path destinations and point you toward local services. If something’s gone wrong and you need a tow, jump start, tire change, or other roadside service, Roadside Assistance and Honk can help you get connected with someone nearby.
Forums and Groups
Connect with like-minded people, get info on upcoming Casita rallies and events, exchange information on Casita Club and Casita Forum. On Facebook, you can check out Casita Owners, Casita TT, Casita Adventures, Casita Caravan, and Casita Life.
The Zimmermans share their travel stories, experiences with upgrades and maintenance, and also offer helpful product reviews on The Handy Camper. (And, they have a fun logo.)