Overlanding takes a special person and a special plan. If you want to venture further with your RV, take a look at these five resources first.
TAXA Outdoors’ latest camper design is a lightweight basecamp, gear hauler and tent platform named after a fuzzy caterpillar.
Want to go off the beaten path but don’t want to put on hiking boots? The Smittybilt Recon Overlander Trailer Camper will take you there with comfort.
This company takes a no frills approach to designing a trailer that has both a large cargo carrying capacity and the ability to sleep up to eight people.
Michele and Mark wanted an RV that could keep up with their adventurous camping style. This 4WD truck camper plus utility trailer was the perfect solution!
The Sealander combines comfortable camping accommodations with the ability to float on water.
With a little welding and some wood work, you can have your own off road teardrop camper.
If you have a vault full of money laying around and want the ultimate in off-road camping, this MaxiMog trailer is for you.
Off road camping isn’t for everyone. Steve loves it though. Get an insider’s look at his rugged trailer and Sportsmobile van conversion.
Conqueror campers are made in Australia and aren’t very common in the US. This man is selling his Conqueror Commander trailer valued at $40,000.