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Regardless of whether you're using an overland style 4x4 trailer, a traditional travel trailer, or one of the really cool new teardrop styles, power when off the grid will always be a concern.


While your vehicle will provide power and charge your trailer battery(ies) while connected, once you're parked & setup, you'll need to run your gadgets, lights, and accessories for hours or days.

Naturally one of the best investments to help manage power can come in the form of a solar setup. Once your solar system is setup & configured for your trailer, it can provide clean, free power for years to come.

Hema Maps published a great article covering Camping with Solar Power. While they voltages are different than those in North America, the concepts of amperage, watts, and capacity are still applicable to us.

Hema Maps Camping with Solar

If you're an Amazon customer, there are several great options for an inexpensive solar panel setup:

Goal Zero

Goal Zero is a common brand that manufacturers a variety of solar panels & battery systems. While they're not the least expensive, their gear is well thought out and tested.

Goal Zero Boulder 30w solar panel - Off Road Trailer Info

Flexible Solar Panel

For a more portable option that still provides great power, a flexible solar panel like this 60w version from PowerFilm can be a good solution. 

PowerFilmm 60w foldable solar panel - Off Road Trailer Info

80W Portable Solar Panel

For max power in the smallest package, this 80w hard-sided solar panel from GoPower! folds up nicely and includes a stand so you can always get max power from the sun.

PowerFilmm 60w foldable solar panel - Off Road Trailer Info

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The Skycamp from iKamper is the first expandable hardshell RTT that we've seen, and it's now available for pre-order!

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The UGOAT Trailer was at the Denver Sportsman's Expo last week, and it's very interesting.

Could this be the ultimate multi-use trailer?

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The Cricket Trailer, from Taxa Outdoors has seen quite a bit of press...but the California based company has plenty more to offer!

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Chesapeake Light Craft has released a DIY Teardrop Kit that will have you enjoying a 'soft-roader' Teardrop Trailer for under $5,000.

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For a great low-starting price of $13,500, the Christianson brothers from Oregon Trail'R will build you a custom adventure-ready Teardrop, they call it the TerraDrop.

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Short, quick, and easy setup of Trail Kitchens Camp Kitchen & several other accessories.

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