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Featured Trailer :: OPUS Offroad OP2

Editor’s note: the OP2 is currently undergoing a redesign. The following article is based on available information as of September 5th, 2020.   If you prefer your off-grid living quarters to be separate from your vehicle, then the Opus Offroad OP2 trailer could be your home away from home. This high-clearance, low-profile trailer has a…

Expedition Portal Classifieds :: 1989 VW Syncro Camper

Modern vehicles certainly have some advantages when it comes to performance, reliability, and available parts. But it’s hard to beat the character of a classic adventure rig, especially the Volkswagen Syncro. The beloved, boxy T3 body style was produced from 1979 to 1991, with production of the 4WD Syncro continuing into 1992 at VW’s Austrian…

Could eBussy be the Campervan of the Future?

eBussy from German manufacturer ElectricBrands is the electric cargo van we’ve been dreaming of. Its modular design is advertised to be (almost) infinitely customizable, offering both commercial and recreational appeal, with swappable bodies and batteries. But just how soon can we expect to see a real-life eBussy camper cruising down the highway? And what kind…

Featured Trailer :: Pin Drop Trailers Road Runner 2.0

Pin Drop Trailers Manufactures Classic Teardrop Trailers in Arizona Arizona-based Pin Drop Trailers produces compact, off-grid travel models. With an old-school American dedication to quality, Pin Drop sums up one of their core business strategies with the simple phrase Build For Tomorrow. “We build our micro campers for longevity from the ground up,” Pin Drop…

Featured Camper :: Hiatus Truck Campers

Hiatus Campers Builds Hard-Sided Pop-Up Truck Campers Washington-based Hiatus Campers was founded by two road-tripping adventurers who created a unique hard-sided pop-up camper design out of necessity. Tyler and Erin’s initial goal was to design a comfortable and secure retreat to make their pursuit of rock climbing, backpacking, and snow sports a little bit more…

Featured Camper :: Scout Truck Campers Yoho

Scout truck campers, who recently released their flagship model, the Olympic, has a shiny new camper available for preorder: the Yoho. For any overlanders who are seeking the comfort and security that a hard-sided shelter offers, but who don’t want to tow a trailer, a truck camper like the Yoho could be the ideal combination…

Featured Trailer :: To Extreme Rugged N’ Ready

If you’re looking for a tough-as-nails trailer to haul down your favorite off-road route, look no further than To Extreme’s Rugged N’ Ready line. Countless hours of R&D have gone into developing a trailer that To Extreme calls, “perfect for smaller tow vehicles and narrower trails.” To Extreme manufactures their Rugged N’ Ready trailers in…

Featured Campervan :: Mountain View Adventure Vehicles

What happens when a family with decades of world travel, overlanding, and camping experience assembles a design team and starts upfitting Mercedes Sprinters? You get damn nice campervans that have everything necessary for a comfortable off-grid adventure. Mountain View Adventure Vehicles, based in Tucson, Arizona, offers multiple campervan layouts to fit a range of budgets…

Scout olympic camper

Featured Camper :: Scout Olympic

If you’re looking for a small backcountry camper footprint, then the new Scout Olympic lightweight truck camper might be an ideal solution. This compact, weatherproof shelter has all the basics covered: water, toilet, heat, kitchen, and with its pop-top upper bunk, the Olympic sleeps up to 6 people. Designed for Adventure Scout campers were created…

Featured Camper :: Taxa Cricket

I generally shy away from consumer products named after insects, but in the case of Taxa Outdoors’ Cricket travel trailer, I must admit, I like what I see. The Cricket fits into Taxa’s lineup of campers as a mid-sized offering at 15 feet long. Taxa’s “mobile human habitats built for adventuring” all share the familiar…

Featured Camper :: The Living Vehicle

In the plainest of terms, the Living Vehicle is a luxury camper. But I wouldn’t be doing this towable tiny home justice with such a simple explanation. An extremely robust electrical system and elegant design choices make this travel trailer one of the most unique off-grid living solutions I’ve seen. The Living Vehicle Replaces Your…

Storyteller Overland Mode 4×4 Review

Each year, hundreds of thousands of RVs are sold throughout the United States. The materials they’re built from are often cheap, and their entry prices are as low as their ground clearance, but for the average buyer looking to hit the road for a few weeks a year, they’re just good enough. However, a growing…

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