Now that you’ve checked out six cool little go anywhere camping trailers your probably hungry for more. So go ahead and check out the remaining four, then let us know which one is your favorite.
It’s hard to pick just one, but I think my favorite is the Go Camper Trailer by Sylvansport because it can be used to haul things back at home….that is, of course, unless you want to haul loose soil for your garden, in which case the Xventure is a better choice because it has sides.
Here are the remaining four…
Teardrop-style camping trailers have been all the rage with the classic car crowd, and now they are coming back in a big way with Jeepers too. TCTeardrops can be had in a number of sizes ranging from 4 by 8 feet to 5 by 10 feet in size and are offered with an optional 15-inch ground clearance package, as well as the ORE Off Road Extreme package that gets you a heavy-duty axle and suspension system. Other major options include round or square fenders, a selection of Yeti coolers, different mattresses, Yakima bike racks, awnings, and tents. A ceramic heater, AC/heater combo, and 15-watt solar panel are also among the options available.
TO Extreme Off Road
The High Country from TO Extreme Off Road is a heavy-duty off-road utility trailer that can easily be towed behind your Jeep and help you make your camping trips a heck of a lot wilder. The High Country offers a plethora of standard features that include tall box panels that enclose 33-cubic feet of storage space, a full-width lockable tailgate, heavy-duty fenders, a standard front rack with loop-and-lock system, adjustable cargo tie down points inside, LED marker/taillights, and an industrial coated frame and powdercoated box panels.
Built on a three-axis laser-cut chassis and using CNC-cut and formed aluminum parts, the Turtleback Trailers feature a tub with fully integrated amenities that make setup and takedown a breeze. The Turtleback offers a 2,750-pound GVWR and 17 inches of ground clearance with its standard 31-inch tires. Storage capacity in its standard configuration is 25 cubic feet with a three-box storage option that can deliver more than 50-cubic feet of room for all your gear.
The XVENTURE trailers built by Schutt Industries are the civilian versions of rigs built for the military, and offer a chassis and cargo bed made from aircraft-grade aluminum. Each is equipped with an 3,500-pound GVWR independent rubber torsion suspension system with electric brakes, and a full cargo bed for hauling equipment or an ATV underneath the elevating rack system that can be cranked up 18 inches to allow the deployment of the tent and awning, while allowing full access to the cargo bed.
Source: Four Wheeler
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