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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-08-2007, 03:11 PM
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Offroad RV choices

I enjoy offroad driving and camping, but am looking to upgrade from my current tent. I've found a few choices, but haven't found any travel trailers suitable for even modest offroad use. I'd be happy to see any references to products or reviews for any offroad-suitable RV. Here's what I have so far:

Outfitter slide-in pop-up truck campers, RV manufacturer & retailer.
Off Road Tent Trailers by Adventure Trailers
http://www.unicatamericas.com/en/
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Chinnok RV

How about the Chinook Baja?

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2007 Dodge Ram 3500 SLT Mega Cab
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I agree I love off roading and camping with new RV. I just recently purchased my RV insurance so I want to head out this weekend. Any suggestions on specific hot off roading spots in CA?
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California offroad camping spots

In general, you can camp anywhere in a national forest if you camp smart. Pack it out, no fires, etc. So, in a national forest, if you find a road that looks interesting, let someone know where you are going, and take it! When you're ready, find a spot and spend the night. In state and national parks, ask at the entrance or visitor's center about offroad travel and camping. Honor the rules and explore. Take extreme care about fire in Tahoe National Forest, but that's one of my favorites. Northern California coast is my next destination. Mono Lake wilderness area. At the Golden Gate NRA, the campground at the coast was full, so I picked an inland walk-in site, and I was the only one there. Wonderful experience! Walker Pass campground along the Pacific Crest Trail and SR 178. Mojave National Preserve (you did say HOT). For a clue, explore anything that's colored green on a California map! This is an incredible state!
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I have been doing some researches and the best Off-road Rv for me at the moment is from Global Expedition Vehicles at Global Expedition Vehicles | Quality Expedition Vehicles
Their campers do not only have high quality but also are truly made for off-road and self-sustainable
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X pod

Try this one.....
... BOXCAR...
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I saw a segment on the local news about how RVs make bad off-road vehicles.

This is news?
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If you are looking for Travel Trailer i will suggest you to go for 5th wheel travel trailer .
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I think Rug RV choice is better to drive in desert or jungle and can be used during snowstorm
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Off-Road Folding Camping Trailers & Tear Drops

This is a selection of towable trailers designed with off-roading in mind.

Quantum Leap QL-78 ASV



QL-78 ASV with tent deployed:



Little Guy Rough Rider Tear Drop



The Jeep Extreme Trail Edition



The Coleman Switchback



Sylvan Sport Go



Scarab RV SQ2



I have produced articles on a number of these rigs to-date. You can find my RVing column at
Examiner.com

Feel free to contact me via this forum if you have specific questions on these rigs. If you have products you think I should review please let me know!

Here are a few more additions to this list:

The Conqueror UEV 490



The Campa ATT with Maggiolina Airtop tent.



Taken from my article/slideshow of the World's best ultralight camping trailers:

http://www.examiner.com/rving-in-nat...ailers-picture

Not sure if the Sealander Schwimm Caravan qualifies as off-road

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