Planning an epic trip to Colorado (or the surrounding area)? Don't have your own ORT yet? You're in luck! You can RENT an Off-Road Teardrop from Adventure Rentals (https://adventurerentals.camp)Read More
If you're looking for a great start to a customized trailer, check ou the Off Road Series from WeeRoll.com. Starting at $5,250 for a 5X8X4 "Wrangler" trailer is ready to hit the trail, or add your custom touches to it this winter and be ready for 2018!Read More
If you've ever wondered what goes into a typical trailer build, Oregon Trail'R has a sneak peek into one of their typical days.Read More
The TrailHead is OkieBuilt's first Off Road trailer, and they've started off very well!
The goal when Jason & his team designed the TrailHead was to build a trailer small enough to pull with a 2 door jeep, but with enough room to store all your gear.
At 80" X 50" X 20", the TrailHead seems sized just right for many camping & outdoor adventures. The trailer is LineX covered from the factory and includes LED lighting all around. A solid axle, Lock N Roll hitches, and the lid are included, as is a tailgate if you require one. The entry level price of $5,299 is a good place to start, and there are plenty of add-on options available.
Another great option for the TrailHead is the DIY kit. For just $1,449, you get all the steel needed to build a TrailHead. You supply the frame, tires, and labor, and you'll have an inexpensive Off Road trailer.
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Another new trailer company has popped up in our neck of the woods, Crawlorado Off Road Trailers in Colorado Springs, CO.
Their flagship product is a very stout "virtually indestructable" off road trailer that comes fully built up:
Their site doesn't list a price range for this trailer, but considering the number of features it's most likely north of $10,000.
The ADAK Adventure trailer is not for the faint of heart. This full featured trailer is primarly built for hunters, but could easily be used for exciting overland & off road travel. While it won't tackle technical trails, it'll certainly get you into the backcountry.
The trailer includes 3 beds, a kitchen, shower, generator, and plenty of storage. These rugged trailers are built to be light (rolling weight is coming soon), strong, and able to handle many basic trails.
Pricing is not available on their website, but we've contacted them to get a general range.
Cross Country Trailers are the European Partner of Metalian Trailers and Canopies, in Germany, but they've just started building their own military style trailer.
These handsome trailers are built from aluminum with steel frames, and have a variety of options available starting at under 5,000€.
When traveling the world in your Off Road Trailer, one of the primary functions is to make kitchen setup easy and painless. In my backpacking days, setting up the ‘cooking’ area was as simple as unpacking the small stove, adding water to our dehydrated food, and cooking. With a trailer & many more mouths to feed, it gets a little more complicated.
Many trailers ship with slide out kitchens, and many others setup side shelves meant to hold their stove & cooking supplies. We’re increasingly seeing ‘all in one’ kitchen setups like the Cabela’s Deluxe Campers Kitchen ($129), the Outdoorsman from My Camp Kitchen ($449), or the Kanz $795 Field Kitchen (box only – no accessories included). Portable solutions like these make it easy to take your kitchen with you when not using the trailer (such as tailgating, etc), and make it possible to move the kitchen away from your ‘living area’.
We found this site while messing around on Google the other day. The Livin Lite company produces the Jeep branded trailers in Trail and Extreme versions, althought the site doesn't specify what the main differences are.