The best Off-Road Camper-Trailers for Renting

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If you choose to boondock in distant locations within dispersed camping areas, there is a no little chance you will widen your off-road driving capabilities to their fullest potential. Perhaps you have the wish to do some Overlanding — an alternative way to explore isolated distant areas by vehicle — and if it is the case, you might want a more rugged, off-road RV or tent trailer to take you to the best boondock camping locations.

What is an Off-Road Camping RV?

Most camping trailers, RVs, and offroad camper trailers are made from durable materials with raised suspensions and strong off-road tires. Adventure campers can take their rig into remote areas that may require rock crawling or water fording. Off-road travel trailers or off-road pop-up campers make it possible for people to travel to remote areas.

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Boondocking and Overlanding – Camping in Comfort

Although camping off-grid and Overlanding might seem like camping with a single-burner propane stove, a sleeping bag, and a tent, Overlanding or boondocking is much more primitive than that. Modern off-road campers may not have the luxury wood floors or full-size bathrooms found in most used motorhomes. However, these sturdy-camper trailers come with all the necessary amenities. These campers are equipped with high-quality lithium-ion batteries, solar-enabled coolers, and solar charging stations. This makes it easy to travel for long periods of time and comfortable.

Did we pique your interest? You can check out our list with the top ten off-road camping trailers for 2020. It’s only a matter of time before you rent these amazing rigs to see why Overlanding and boondocking are the next big thing for RV camping.

The Top Ten Off-Road Tent Trailers & Off-Road Camp Trailers for 2020

Airstream Basecamp X


The Airstream BasecampX is the big brother to the Basecamp. Basecamp X features a raised suspension, bigger off-road tires, rock guards, and a roof-top solar panel. This luxury Airstream is the ideal off-road camper for those who want to get out in the wild without actually roughing it. Outdoor enthusiasts can take their mountain bikes, kayaks, and other gear with them to remote areas via the rear hatch and convertible bed. The best part? The best part?

Taxa Outdoors Cricket Overland

Taxa’s Cricket’s Overland version is an off-the-grid rig designed for dirt roads and rocky route points. The trailer is lightweight and durable thanks to its reinforced frame, increased ground clearance, and axle-less suspension. It also features many comforts like a tent-side pop-up roof and a hanging child’s bed.

Opus Camper OP-4

The OP-4 tent trailer is designed to travel off-road and explore the unknown. Opus describes the OP-4 as a tent caravan built with tough luxury in its mind. You can sleep anywhere with the help of the camper trailer’s quick deployment and high-performance suspension.

Taxa Outdoors Woolly Bear


The innovative Taxa Woolly Bear is a great alternative to a full-sized off-the-grid travel trailer. The Woolly Bear is a fully-equipped gear hauler that can be used on the trail. It features a pull-out cooler, 12-volt accessory outlets, and plenty of storage nooks. The best thing? The best part? You can choose which upgrades you could have, such as a Tepui roof-top tent for two or three people or a retractable umbrella.

Smittybilt Scout Trailer Kit

You might have all the Overlanding gear that you need but want to make it easier to store and manage your gear. Smittybilt Scout Trailer Kit makes it easy to outfit your off-road camper. Overlanders can use the trailer’s 1765-pound towing capacity and high ground clearance to quickly set up camp. You can add your tent roof, such as the Tepui soft-sided tent. Then you will be as comfortable as.

Boreas Campers Boreas XT Camper Trailer

Are you living in an area where you can traverse any terrain, including mud and rock, to get from one weekend to the next? Boreas XT Camper Trailer is made from composite fiberglass and can get you anywhere you need to go, no matter what the road conditions. For those moments when you need it, the camper trailer features a lifted axleless suspension, all-weather tires, and a full-sized spare. The queen-size memory foam bed and all-weather fan inside make it easy for you to forget that you are off-the-grid.


The XV-2 off-grid gear hauler is designed for heavy-duty. Made with military-grade materials, the XV-2 can transport your gear and make an ideal overland campsite. Standard features include an elevating roof that allows you to transport dirt bikes and smaller ATVs while also providing a safe platform to sleep in your tent. Once you have reached your campsite, make sure to light the perimeter of your trailer using an area lighting package. This will allow you to become the Basecamp for the entire off-roading team.

Blue Ridge Expedition Trailers, BRX1

Blue Ridge Trailers refers to its axle-less, heavy-duty BRX1 A teardrop camper with steroids.” The upgraded cabin and galley of this off-road travel trailer come with custom cabinetry in both the cabin and the galley. This teardrop trailer is rugged thanks to its off-road tires and lifted suspension.

North America Conqueror UEV-310 Extreme

Get your gear ready for the off-the-grid. The UEV (Urban Escape Vehicle) is light and compact. It has more than 70 cubic feet of storage space and a 23-gallon low-center gravity water tank. The off-road camper can sleep up to 4 people and has amenities such as an on-demand water heater and a portable chemical bathroom.

Hiker Trailer Extreme Off-Road Deluxe


A Hiker is an off-grid trailer that can be customized to your needs. Extreme Off-Road Deluxe features a steel frame, 33-inch tires, and a 3,500-pound axle. The rest of the design is yours. You can choose your color, cabinet package, heat, and electrical system to create the perfect setup for the desert, forest, or driveway.

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