This might be helpful for someone else who is just a single person who can't get a real RV and doesn't want to use a tent. I am a tent camper. I can't afford a camper van or something I would have to have a bigger vehicle to tow. What I have is a little micro SUV, a 2018 Kia Soul. The last time I went camping was in October, at Blackwater Falls State Park in Davis, WV (I was there in December but stayed at the lodge). A couple days before I went, I saw some pages on the internet where various people had claimed to turn these tiny cars into campers, when in fact all they did was make the entire back of the car into a bed, which required putting both front seats down so the cars couldn't be driven without undoing the bed. Some of the bed platforms were quite elaborate and took a lot of work, but still, the insides of the cars were all bed, nowhere to put anything, and those people couldn't go anywhere without inconvenience due to driver seat being used for bed space. The night before my trip, I decided to make use of wood left over from building an aquarium stand. It was all kind of tossed together because I was in a hurry and just kind of seeing what I could do, but still, it turned out very useful. I used a 48x40" piece of plywood plus an additional foot of plywood from another bigger piece that I cut to fit the front end of the bed. The detachable piece could just be tossed in the back of the front passenger seat was needed. I had a 2x4 frame I had messed up when building it for my aq. stand, so I used that and some appropriately placed random 2x4 pieces to make a level bed platform. It didn't need to be 40" wide, so if I make a refined version, it will be about the width of a camping cot to give more other useable space. The platform was about 6" from the floor at the back of the car, and flush at the front, which makes up for the change in floor height where the seats are folded and slope upward. The back height was enough that I could still get into the cargo below the hinged cover in the cargo space of the car. I had tents and chairs and tarps in there. I had some other supplies in a roof bag. I used sleeping bags and blankets on the bed, but if I made a refined version, I would make a foam mattress since all those sleeping bags are not convenient and take up space when rolled. Even with the bed, I had plenty of space for all my stuff, and the driver seat stayed in normal position. The next morning, literally right before I left, I used some other wood scraps to build a table with a back ledge and legs of varied length to accommodate the variation in the height of the car floor. The table held a space heater, an electric water kettle, and a clamp desk lamp. I had put up a tent, but took it down the next day because the wind was so bad and there was so much rain that I was afraid the stakes would come up and the tent get blown away. While it was up the one night, I used a big tarp to connect the tent and car hatch. The space heater kept the entire setup warm even though the weather was close to freezing at night (it was snowing when I left). Of course now I know there is such a thing as an SUV tent, which has a tunnel to easily connect and disconnect the car. After taking the tent down, there was still enough time between rain to build a campfire, which with the wind burned up 2 bundles of wood in just a couple hours. I had stopped at the store to buy fabric for curtains, so I put those up for privacy. So, with the rain and cold, I spent most of my time nice and cozy sitting in my crawlspace camper. I had just enough headroom sitting on the bed platform to not get a sore neck. I played my ukulele in there, used my laptop, did some sewing, did some drawing, and worked on drawing up plans for a refined crawlspace camper that would make much better use of the space. I had hot chocolate, instant oatmeal, and ramen noodles since I had the electric water kettle. There was NO condensation in the vehicle at all, which was a concern I had due to the weather. I had a travel potty in the car but decided to walk to the campground bathroom, though I had water and was able to wash up in the car without getting out. A couple times I went over to the park lodge and hung out in the lobby in a regular chair at a table. They allow campground to use it, and they know me since I stay there a when I'm with people who won't sleep in tents. My elaborate and highly detailed draft for a refined, space-efficient version of this last-minute ghetto version is out in the car in my bin of drawing stuff, so I'll have to post it later. It includes a mini sink with a gravity and valve water faucet (I do know rudimentary plumbing and stuff, given that I'm a reef aquarist). I have measured every inch of every section and direction in the car to draw up the plans, and re-designed a few times. I used graph paper, so the plan is drawn to scale.