April 12

These Off-Road Camper Vehicles Can Take You Anywhere


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Sportsmobile takes the van you want and creates a custom interior conversion to suit your needs. While not all of their conversions qualify as off-road campers, the 4WD options like the Sprinter, Chevy/Ford E-Van, and the Sportsmobile Classic 4×4 certainly do. These are heavy-duty off-road camper vans with customizable options like suspension upgrades and onboard air. Sportsmobile has converted hundreds, if not thousands, of vans since 1961, and their collective experience can help you create the off-road van of your dreams.

Prepare for your trip by downloading maps. The Dyrt PRO lets you download maps and campgrounds without cell service. “My alternative to using pro would be to drive back out to cell service.”

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Want to go off-road for months or weeks at a time? Global Expedition Vehicles is right there with you. Their Adventure Truck off road camper model can be built on a Dodge Ram 5550 or Ford F550. It accommodates up to 90 gallons of fresh water, 100 gallons of diesel fuel, and 650 watts of solar—enough to sustain you for months of off-road travel.Visit here for more information; Off road Campers.

Starting at $198,000 for a truck and camper conversion, the base model is not budget friendly. But the payoff could be priceless: freedom to roam where no other RV can take you.

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Winnebago stepped up their game with the Revel model, a 4×4 turbo-diesel Mercedes Sprinter van with stylish features and off-road capabilities. There’s a powerlift bed for increased camper storage space and a spacious bathroom with room to move as you lather, rinse, repeat. Campers will love the thoughtful touches, like an LED-lit canopy and built-in iPad holder for evening entertainment.

Originally designed in Australia, the EarthCruiser line was created to handle treaturous ground and arid heat. EarthCruiser upped the ante when they moved to Bend, OR; these off-road campers can handle extreme cold as well. For anyone who’s tired of a tiny living space or a rig that can’t do the job, the EarthCruiser’s flagship EXP model—with its spacious storage capacity, designated bed and dinette, push-button lifting roof, toilet, and external shower—is the solution.

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All Terrain Warriors isn’t messing around: the aggressive, functional ALPHA could pass as an undercover military vehicle. Built to suit a range of 4WD truck cab chassis, this boxy, spacious off-road camper handles rough terrain with ease.

Head for those hard-to-reach campsites with zero worries about whether or not your rig can handle the terrain. Spoiler alert: it can. And don’t worry about skimping on amenities; this camper offers hot and cold running water, a shower and toilet, cooking facilities, and an entertainment system.


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