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Tent trailers are specifically built for large, heavy duty tents. These adventure trailers are a great option if you need a multi room tent setup. Many hunters that don’t venture too far into the back country use tent trailers to setup their base camp. It’s common for tent trailers to come with a rack so you can haul gear or ATV’s on the trailer as well. These tents are also great if you’re in an area with mixed weather. Many have tables built in to the tent so you can wait out that rainstorm in comfort.
Off Road Trailers (also known as Adventure Trailers or Overland / Expedition Trailers) have been around for decades. These trailers have been used to support worldwide expeditions, Saharan safaris, and thousands of weekend camping trips around the world. These types of trailers are also very popular with hunters looking to get as far into the backcountry as possible.
Overland / Expedition Style off road trailers refer to trailers specifically built for off road/4x4 trail use. These trailers usually feature large tires and an advanced suspension system. They also often include many advanced features for extended back country use.
Pop Up campers have come a long way in the last few years. In the past, pop-ups were big, bulky, and great for on the highway, but terrible for anything more than a graded dirt road. Today several manufacturers offer pop-up trailers that can handle fairly advanced off road terrain. These campers have larger tires, sophisticated suspensions, and are built to handle heavier use.
There are literally hundreds of different options when building your own trailer. From starting with a donor trailer (such as a military M-416), to building a true custom trailer from the ground up. There are dozens of options for axels, suspension, wheels, size, storage, components, and just about anything else you’ll want to add to your trailer.