The Best Off-road Camper Trailers of 2021

Owning a 4×4 is already fun. But owning an off-road camper trailer can make the experience of owning a rig even more exciting. Imagine hauling it with your 4wheeler and heading somewhere beautiful and remote with a friend or your whole family.

Unlike regular trailers, Camper trailers can conquer challenging trails. It makes an off-roading adventure even more fun and convenient. 

Get to know the best Off-road Camper trailers on  the list I have created below:

  • Morv Explore Off-Road Trailer

This 9.5 feet long Overlanding trailer is perfect for those on a budget who are seeking to have a camper that’s durable enough to tow even in the most difficult terrain. It is made of thick 14-gauge steel and comes with a reinforced torsion axle, a trailer rack system, a Tepui Kukenam rooftop tent, and a 31-inch General Tires’ Grabber all-terrain tires. You can buy it for $9,395. 

  • HQ19 Black Series Travel Trailer

If you are looking for a travel trailer that is fancy yet built for off-roading, then it’s the HQ19 travel trailer that you should consider buying. It’s spacious and outfitted with features that can make your life on the trail very comfortable. The interior comes with a bed, a dinette, a small kitchen equipped with a fridge, a microwave, and a stovetop oven. It also has a washing machine and a separate toilet and shower area. The exterior is made of steel armor. It comes with remarkable features such as a quad shock system, a 360-degree rotating hitch, roof-mounted solar panels, and a set of mud-terrain tires. It has a starting price of $72,900.

  • Airstream Basecamp X

An upgrade from the Basecamp 20, the Basecamp 20X, is the rugged version of this luxurious camper. It also comes with a rear-mounted bed, a small kitchen, a bath and shower area, a heater, rooftop solar panels, a four-seater dinette, and a lot of storage space. The 20X has amazing off-road features like a 3-inch suspension lift kit, rock guards, and a set of Goodyear all-terrain tires. You can buy it for $48,900.

  • Schutt Industries XVenture XV-3 Trailer

A compact and lightweight trailer, the XVenture XV-3 may fool you with its simple aluminum exterior, but it is packed with convenient features such as a slide-out kitchen with a propane stove and a sink that comes with pressurized heated water that comes from a heater and a 22-gallon tank. It also comes with a flip-down stainless steel table convenient for dining, meal preparation, or workspace. The trailer bed has a roll-up hard tonneau cover and a trailer rack and is off-road capable with features like light truck tires, an independent torsion axle, and a coupler hitch. It has a starting price of $10,995.00.

  • Oregon Trail’R Do-Drop Alpha

The Do-Drop Alpha camper trailer is simple, lightweight, and affordable. It has a bed that can fit two people, interior shelves, interior LED lighting, and a dropdown window used as outdoor tabletops. With its reinforced chassis and fully independent travel suspension, the Alpha is off-road worthy. Its base model is priced at $6,150.

  • Taxa Outdoors Woolly Bear

The Wooly Bear is not your ordinary hauler. It is packed with features  like a full-size outdoor kitchen, and a cooler tucked away inside a pull-out drawer, steel cabinets, an elevated mount that can accommodate a rooftop tent, and other equipment like bikes and kayaks. This off-roading camper also showcases a set of all-terrain tires, a powder-coated steel chassis, and torsion-axle suspensions. The Wooly Bear is so lightweight that even 4-cylinder vehicles can tow it. Its base model sells for $11,800. 

  • Bruder EXP-6

This Australian-manufactured EXP-6 camper looks like a mean off-road trailer. Its rugged exterior is made of a 30mm thick epoxy-bonded enclosed shell, supported by an airtight galvanized chassis. The EXP-6 showcases an electric awning and slide-out kitchen with a portable induction stove and a generous storage space. The kitchen can be accessed from inside and outside the camper. Its interior can comfortably sleep a family of 4 with its numerous bed options. The cabin has a corner bathroom with a shower, toilet, and a dropdown basin. The EXP-6 is off-road ready with its 12-inch adjustable suspensions, all-terrain tires, and customized snorkel system. Its base model is priced at $68,000.

  • Opus Lite

A lightweight, versatile off-road camper that can be towed even by small SUVs and Jeeps. It features the latest AIR OPUS inflating tent system. Once the tent is fully inflated, it surprises campers with a view of a spacious living area that offers a high ceiling and large windows with screens. It also has LED lighting, a queen-size bed, a leatherette seating, and a removable table. Features like a set of all-terrain tires, an underbody armor, a front rock guard, independent suspensions with dual shock absorbers make the Opus Lite an off-road-ready camper. It has a starting price of $19,900.

  • Highland Expedition Outfitters T3

This lightweight off-road camper may look tiny from the outside, but it can actually sleep three people with its tucked-away bespoke tent. It also features a rear and side-sliding cargo tray, a 2,000 lb. capacity torsion axle, 3,500 lb. idler spindles, LED lighting, lockable tailgate, 31×10.50R15 tires paired with steel rims, and a flat-4 electrical connector. The basic HEO T3 sells for $8,500.

  • Boreas XT 12

A premium off-road trailer, the Boreas XT 12 features a tough exterior made of composite and metal construction. It has a fully-insulated cabin featuring a queen-size bed, a dinette with a spacious seating area, multiple storage areas, a wet bath, an exterior shower area, and an outdoor kitchen. It also has off-road features such as a set of all-terrain tires, an independent suspension system, a full-size spare tire, a front rock guard, and mud flaps. The basic XT 12 has an estimated starting price of $40,000.

These are just some of the best trailers for off-roading. Before you end up buying a camper, know what works best for your rig. After all, these off-road campers are worth a lot of money. 

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