Want a great, lightweight, multi-use trailer that won't break the bank? Check out what Space Trailers is doing.Read More
Mig Trailers, based in Logan Utah, started building ATV & UTV trailers in 2013, and today offer a full line of ultra lightweight tent trailers suitable for any vehicle with a tow rating.Read More
The original OPUS Camper was created in the UK to fill the lightweight tent-trailer niche, and now they have a US distributor. While the OPUS Camper is a great trailer, we're most excited about their new Air OPUS Camper.Read More
Kodiak is a fairly new company in the Overland Teardrop niche, but they appear to have very nice trailers.
Their Mirror Lake trailer offers a great balance between comfort and performance, and starts at only $8,495.
Mirror Lake Teardrop: $8,495+
To build and/or upgrade your Off Road Trailer, you'll need a variety of components & accessories. Some of these may include:
We've compiled the BIG LIST of Off Road Trailers into a PDF for quick & easy reference. To see more information on individual manufacturers, see our Overland Trailer Manufacturer page.
This PDF simply lists the manufacturer, primary trailer type (although many manufacturers produce several types), starting price (always subject to change), and an example photo. Note that this list does not include the variety of D.I.Y. options for off road trailers.
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A Canadian trailer manufacture, Off Road Trailer Corp offers a great basic trailer at a really aggressive price. The Sasquatch is built to serve as a true multi-purpose trailer and is rugged, just like its Canadian builders.
One of the most robust Teardrop style trailers currently on the market. The Moby1 series of Expedition Trailers provide a great mix of hard-sided comfort and off road capability.
Starting at $11,500 for a basic all-terrain model, up to the well outfitted Moby1 XTR fully-capably expedition model, these are great option in the teardrop style market.
CVT has been an RTT manufacturer for the last couple of years, and recently started selling off road trailers.
They offer two models of trailer that are built to take on the toughest trails and get you out into the woods. The Pioneer is the smaller trailer and comes in at 750lbs, while the Nomad is more of a 'box' trailer.