20 Best Off-Road Camper Trailers

So many people love camping and often assume that a tent and some gear is enough to have a great trip. While that is true, an off-road camper trailer can be a huge upgrade from that setup. Here is a list of the 20 top camper trailers on the market.

1. Opus OP15

First on the list is the Opus OP15. The OP15 is an off-roading camper trailer that has everything you may need. If you are no on a budget, then the OP15 should without a doubt be first on your list. The retail price for this trailer is $45,000 and it is worth every penny.

Although the trailer is large, it does not sacrifice its off-roading abilities.

The OP15 has “3 100ah AGM batteries linked to a 300watt solar system [to] keep you powered on the go. An articulating hitch sits at the end of a galvanized steel chassis to tackle the roughest roads with ease. Underneath there are twin shock absorbers and trailing arm independent suspension for each wheel.”


Below is a list of the perks of the Opus OP15:

  • Extendable rear
  • Pop up roof
  • 300-watt solar system
  • Slide-out stainless steel kitchen
  • Refrigerator and freezer
  • King bed
  • Twin bunks
  • Shower and toilet
  • Dining area
  • Hot water system

2. Expedition 2.0

Second, on the list is Expedition 2.0. The Expedition is a great option for off-roading and is being sold for $26,900. This spacey trailer offers ample room all the while being compact enough to off-road.

Below is a list of the perks of the Expedition 2.0:

  • All metal
  • Mold and mildew resistant
  • 31-gallon water tank
  • 55L refrigerator
  • Onboard fresh water tank
  • 1.2lb high-density memory foam mattress with zippered fabric top and vinyl underside
  • Powder-coated aluminum hot water on demand outside shower box
  • Roof rack and adjustable rear storage
  • Sink and stove
  • Dometic dual burner propane cooktop

3. North America Conqueror UEV-310

Third on the list is the North America Conqueror UEV-310. This camper trailer costs $29,990.

“[The UEV-310] is small enough to tow around town, tough enough to take on any terrain. If you need to tow light, have restricted storage space at home, or just prefer versatility … this bush-basher is built for battle!”


Some of the main features of the Conqueror are:

  • Comes with bed linen: a fitted sheet and cover as well as a doona.
  • Foldout military-grade rip-stop canvas tent.
  • PVC awning
  • Mesh on all doors and windows
  • A Caravan style groundsheet
  • Extra storage space
  • Fire extinguisher
  • 90-liter water tank
  • 2 military-grade jerry cans and holders
  • Aluminum ladder
  • Mechanical brakes
  • Spare wheel

4. Switchback

This is a really unique off-road trailer that has two galley configurations. It comes in 2 models and has a starting price of $19,900.

  • 12 Volt Fridge
  • 31-gallon water tank
  • High capacity propane tank
  • roof rack & rear storage
  • Mold and mildew resistant
  • Off-Road tires
  • Great suspension and electric brakes
  • Coated Aluminum body construction
  • LED Lighting Package
  • Solar Ready Port

It also comes with lots of additional options which will add to the camper overall. You can also add an additional storage package, a mini BBQ, portable solar, or an awning.

Source: Offgridtrailiers.com

5. Hiker Trailer Extreme Off-Road Deluxe

Coming in at number 5 we have yet another great camper with lots of great features to help you on all of your off-road adventures. It comes in two different sizes. The 5 by 8 model’s base price is $10,895 and the 5 by 9 model is $11,895. Below is a list of amazing features that this camper has.

  • Black Steel Fenders
  • Suspension with Shocks
  • 17 inch black wheels
  • 7 pin wiring harness
  • Varnished wood surfaces
  • 110 Volt Power Strip
  • Cabin and Galley light fixture
  • Vinyl flooring
  • Manual hand-crank roof vent
  • Integrated storage rack
  • Medium toolbox

There are also other great versions of the Hiker camper, without the additional off-road features. The information above was found here, and more information can be found through that site.

6. Australian Off-Road Sierra ZR

This camper is a micro camper, which means it’s small and along for any ride. It is actually Australian-made but costs about 19,050 American dollars. Here are some of its features:

  • A large side-mounted kitchen
  • Slide our cooker placement (additional)
  • Slide-out BBQ
  • Stainless steel benchtops
  • Area for one or two rooftop tents (sleeps 2 to 4 people)
  • Roof rack
  • Roll out awning
  • Shower
  • Tents have enclosed canvas rooms
  • Unregulated solar panel input
  • LED lights, anti-bug, and dual-color
  • 60-liter water storage (or optional 140-liter tank)

Source: australianoffroad.com

7. Black Series HQ12

The new 2021 series of this camper runs at about $65,999. It comes with a whole lot of features to compensate for that price and has a beautiful interior and exterior.

  • Adjustable table and lounging beds/couches
  • Black leather on the sofa
  • Fly Screen door
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Slim lightweight air conditioning
  • 3 burner stove
  • Entertainment system including BlueTooth and USB.
  • External or internal shower
  • 50-gallon water tank
  • 2 stage pop-up canvas enclosure
  • Wind-out awning
  • 5-year structural warranty

Find more information here.

8. Forest River No Boundaries 10.6

This camper offers some unique features like a rear ramp door so that you can take a 4-wheeler as well if needed. Its base price is around $35,972. Some of the specs are below, we found them online here.

  • Inside and Outside LED lighting
  • LED Entry Step Light
  • USB Charging Station
  • Rear ramp door
  • Wrap-around awning
  • 60 by 82 queen bed
  • Rhino Roof Rack
  • Lots of ground clearance
  • 30-gallon water tank
  • 2 burner glass recessed stovetop
  • Air conditioning (optional)
  • 12 V LED TV (optional)

9. Bruder EXP-6

The Bruder camper is meant for the rugged off-road. It is also Australian-made and costs about 38,800 American dollars plus the shipping costs.

  • 170-liter internal water tank
  • Adjustable height and leveling
  • Remote control for lights and suspension
  • Lots of storage space
  • Electrical awning
  • Clothes Washer (optional)
  • External hot and cold shower
  • Made to be more aerodynamic and improve fuel economy
  • 2-way access kitchen
  • Swivel TV
  • Comfortable Couch
  • Climate Control
  • Ceiling window

It comes with a lot of really cool features which can be further explored on burderx.com (source).

10. Taxa Outdoors Cricket Overland

Another great off-road camper coming in at number 10. This camper has no axles so you can take it down some crazy roads. Its starting price is $36,900 and has some amazing features and specs.

  • 14-inch ground clearance
  • Sleeps four people
  • Pop-up roof for ventilation
  • Axle-less trailer
  • ‘Lock N’ Roll’ hitch, with 360-degree rotation
  • Full-size bed and under the bed storage
  • 5 swing windows, shades, and screens.
  • Milkcrate drawers in Storage tower
  • 15-gallon freshwater, 16-gallon grey water
  • Portable toilet

Source: Taxaoutdoors.com

11. Kakadu BushRanger 200 XT

This camper comes at a great price and is perfect for a rugged adventure. Its starting price is $9,895.

  • Heavy Duty tires that are puncture-resistant
  • Reinforced canvas roof
  • Roll Edge to keep water out, and inside accessible window flap
  • Sleeps 4 to 5 people
  • Storage space
  • No kitchen unless you pay an additional $1,150.

Find more information here or on the Kakadu website.

12. Boreas XT 12

This camper comes equipped with its own power system and galley and starts at $18,900. It is a really hot seller and comes with great add-ons and an exterior look.

  • Front Storage box
  • Mudflaps
  • 270-degree awning
  • Exterior LED lighting
  • Rear Camera
  • Bluetooth speaker system
  • Exterior shower
  • Composite and metal construction
  • Sleeps 4 adults
  • Queen Bed
  • Rear pantry storage
  • Fully insulated cabin
  • Overhead fan
  • 3 burner cooktop
  • Fold-down prep table
  • Fridge and Freezer
  • 50-gallon freshwater tank

Learn more about Boreas Campers here.

13. Mirror Lake Basecamp

Mirror Lake Basecamp is a very cute little camper that sells at a base price of $10,500. It doesn’t come with everything you need initially, but if you want to add things the price goes up, and the full package with all of its details will be around $19,000.

  • Lightweight
  • Lots of interior space
  • Rear galley
  • Great for tall people, high ceiling
  • Sliding modular storage baskets
  • 2 door living area

14. Schutt Industries XVenture XV-3 Trailer

This trailer is very durable and built to last, it comes with great features and claims to be ‘severe duty.’ Its starting price is $12,495. To find out more information about it visit their website.

  • Incredibly Durable
  • 10-year chassis warranty
  • Slide-out kitchen and table
  • Propane stove
  • Pressurized hot water
  • 22-gallon water tank
  • 360-degree lighting coverage
  • Rolling hardcover

15. TetonX Hybrid

The TetonX Hybrid comes with many great features and conveniences. It has similar features to some of the great trailers listed above. It has a base price of $13,995. Learn more about it online here.

  • 6’6 standing room
  • Different Bed Sizes – Some larger than a king-size.
  • Lightweight – only 2800 lbs
  • Customizable bunk bed configurations
  • Front and Rear slide-out kitchen with no needed set up. All-around kitchen.
  • Private hot shower
  • Lots of storage
  • Dining table inside
  • Wall-mounted TV.
  • Forced air heat

16. Airstream Basecamp X

The Airstream Basecamp X is a great option for those looking to upgrade from their classic Airstream Basecamp. The Basecamp X is an add-on package for those who own an Airstream Basecamp already. The original Airstream Basecamp averages a price of $36,900 and the X package is about $2,700 making it a total of about $39,600.

  • Large Rear cargo hatches
  • Flexible storage space
  • Lightweight
  • Solar window guards
  • Stainless steel rock guards
  • Black shadow wheel guards
  • 3-inch lift kit
  • Raised hitch jack foot pad
  • Full wet bath
  • Convertible benches to beds (up to 4 people)

17. Oregon Trail’R Do-Drop

The Do-Drop by Oregon Trail’R is a great option for those looking for a more lightweight, budget-friendly trailer. As the name suggests, the Do-Drop is a smaller trailer than the ones previously explored with a bed length of 78″ and an interior width of 47″. Coming in at a base price of $6,750, this trailer is a great option for those starting their camping obsession.

  • Average weight of 625 pounds
  • Textured black finish on chassis
  • Interior shelves
  • LED lighting
  • Convertible window coverings/outdoor tabletops
  • Ceramic disk heater
  • Roof rack
  • 12V electrical

18. Taxa TigerMoth Off-Road Camper

Taxa’s TigerMoth camper is another smaller trailer, but pricey because of its abundance of features. These trailers are available for about $12,990.

  • Sleeps 2 adults
  • Additional roof tent increases sleeping space to 5 adults
  • Large side hatch
  • Pullout kitchen with a 2-burner portable stove
  • Multi-purpose space
  • Roof rack
  • 5 gallon freshwater NATO can
  • Aluminum skeleton
  • Solar input
  • Electric brakes

19. Mobi Nomad Mobi X

The Mobi X is a much tougher camper than the original Mobi Nomad. Functioning similarly to a pop-up trailer without the hassle, the Mobi X starts at $29,000.

  • Sleeps up to 6 people
  • 150-liter water tank
  • 15 amp Victron charger
  • 7 LED lights
  • 270 batwing awning
  • Roof tent
  • Full pullout kitchen
  • Fits in a garage
  • Stone protector
  • Canvas fold-out bathroom

20. Pando 2.0

As a heavier trailer of 2300 pounds, the Pando 2.0 by Off Grid Trailers comes in with a base price of $27,900, but the quality of it really makes it worth the purchase.

  • All metal and composite construction
  • Mold and mildew resistant
  • Rigid foam insulation
  • Water heater
  • Roof rack
  • Up to 33 gallons of water
  • Water heater
  • Stainless steel sink, folding faucet, countertop, and backsplash
  • Dual burner, propane cooktop
  • Memory foam mattress
  • Electric breaks
  • Zamp solar-ready port

Will Turner

Will has an absolute passion for 4x4s and loves discovering all of the small details about each model. Will joined the Four Wheel Trends team in early 2021 and has been a valuable contributor ever since!

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