Jeep® Camper Trailer

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Embracing the Jeep® lifestyle means sometimes packing up and heading outdoors to enjoy a weekend of camping. To make this more enjoyable, Jeep® and Mopar® have developed the perfect accessory for the Jeep® owner who wants to go camping. For years, people who are off-roading enthusiasts and enjoyed camping have had to pack tents and set up camp on the ground. Traditional pop-up campers are typically unable to negotiate rough terrain due to their small tires and lightweight frames. Now, with the development of both a Trail Edition and an Extreme Trail Edition Jeep Camper, off-roaders can pull their pop-up camper behind them while on the trail. The Jeep® Camper Trailer is the perfect way for Jeep® owners to go off-roading and take their pop-up camping trailer with them.

The Jeep® Camper Trail Edition is the way to go when the casual Jeep® trail driver wants to go family camping in the backcountry or in an established campground. The camper trailer weighs only 850 pounds and pulls easily behind any Jeep® 4X4 vehicle. This trailer is perfect for someone who wants to stop at a campsite located down a rough backcountry road far away from civilization. With 12 inches of ground clearance and 32-inch tires, this camper will go wherever your Trail Rated® Jeep® will go. With lightweight, all aluminum construction and trailing-arm suspension, the Jeep® Camper Trailer is strong enough to take the abuse of a rough trail. While folded down, the camper can hold up to 450 pounds of additional gear secured with the included hood mounted tie-downs. Once up, the camper has ample headroom and sleeps four adults comfortably either on a queen-size bed or fold-out sofa.

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For the hard-core off-roader, the Extreme Trail Edition is just the ticket. With 35-inch tires, extra-rugged construction, and 15 inches of ground clearance, this trailer has the capability to go anywhere that your modified Jeep® will go. It is specifically designed to handle extreme off-highway terrain. The trailer weighs 1050 pounds, which is 200 pounds more than its little brother, the Trail Edition. This is necessary to accommodate the beefier tires, the heavier frame, and skid plating.

Both versions feature a premium pop-up canvas enclosure mounted on a rugged pull-behind trailer. They both incorporate Wrangler Rubicon design cues including 17-inch aluminum wheels, taillights, fender flares, and a rear bumper. The interiors of both versions have a stowable center table, 110-volt inverter, built-in cabinet, premium window screens, and privacy shades. Jeep® Camper Trailers can be ordered at any Jeep® dealership and come in a variety of colors: Bright Silver Metallic/Black, Flame Red, Mango Tango Pearl, and Natural Green Metallic.

Whether you are a casual camper or hard-core off-roader who likes to test the limits of their Jeep®, these new lightweight camping trailers are perfect for your next camping or off-roading trip. They offer the benefit of a lightweight recreational pop-up camper, while utilizing Jeep® design and capability to follow your vehicle over any challenging terrain you might encounter along the way to your campsite

  • Sam brown

    I have one of those trailers but i pull it with a Compass

    • Allen

      How does your compass handle pulling this trailer?

  • Jeep

    Sam,

    That’s great to hear, do you have a photo of this to show us?

    We’d love to see it.

    • http://www.ford.com Sam brown

      Sorry dude, my camera is like, out of memory card space

    • http://www.ford.com Sam brown

      You are nothing short of a liar sam, you have a flaman trailer

  • Stan W

    Time to take Jeep Marketing People Camping to someplace besides a KOA Campground & teach them what you need besides a place to sleep and sit!
    So the trailer Trail Edition camper is $10,000
    The Extreme Trail Camper for Extreme Off-Roaders is $12,000 $13,500 at my local dealer
    Ask how much (Sit Down with a Drink First) the screen in porch is for it $650.00
    No Water storage! No Battery Storage/Hookup! Ya you can tie things on top of the trailer to fill with Dirt as you off road in 30 or so miles
    No connect to the jeep to recharge the battery in the trailer (Yes they supply an Inverter) what’s its rating? No way to access the storage under the seat from the outside unless you want to set it all up (That took Planning!) Where the hell is the Spare?? Ya the one for the jeep will work on the Trail Edition camper (32-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires) but if you really go Off Road and purchased the Extreme Trail Camper for Extreme Off-Roaders and that tire size is (35-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires) That won’t Work unless you want to make getting back to the main road Really an adventure! Would Love to see the U Tube Video of that drama But hey my owners Manual says I can’t even put Snow Chains on My 2007 Rubicon (If I Purchased lesser model I could) Another Bright Idea Brought to you By Jeep! But then they don’t need water in the Dessert!

  • http://www.gm.com Josh skinner

    That thing is a poor imitation of you in a shirt.Boooooooooooooo Hiiiiisssssssssssssssssssssssssssss. Go look at a hummer.

  • Ditto

    What a crock of garbage.  I can’t believe Jeep would put this crap out.  Take a look at any of the competitors for the same price you could get a proper offroad trailer.    I thought about getting one for my XK but this is so ridiculous.  The price is through the roof!  Honestly, I could by a competitor trailer (adventuretrailer, etc.) and get the best rooftop tent on the market and STILL save money.  I could buy an entire kitchen set up, mega tent, solar panel and STILL be under $12k.  Absurd.
     

  • lvrofsouthnbell

    I am looking for the price of the “Trail Edition Camper” and if any good/bad reports with it….

  • Tony

    I am purchasing a jeep this week or next.  I enjoy mild camping and am looking at the jeep trailer.  However, as other are saying, $10,000 is extremely high for what you get.  I can buy a nice used pull behind camper for much less that includes a sink, refrigerator, AC, bed, couch, stove, propane.  What makes it so expensive other than Jeeps name behind it?  I would not even pay $5,000 for it.  The concept is neat but the price is very inflated.  It would be a camper to be used for a short weekend but not at $10,000.

  • Tom

    We have asked for an “Offical” Jeep Trailer for years, to match our Jeeps. with visions of it looking rugged as a WW2 military trailer. what do we get finally? this over priced cream puff,that for 10 to 13 grand most Jeepers would be afraid to take it off road. all this and no spare tire. Chrysler,why are you fleasing the faithfull?

    • kevin

      I agree, this is my first Jeep ever.  I was going more for the Toyota FJ but the gas isn’t great especially now die to gas and the CEO’s that need to make that extra Billion because times are tough!

      Didn’t car companies get billions in bail outs????  I guess they need this over priced trailor to pay us back LOL

      Later man, great article it helped me out.  I’m looking for something more reasonable.

  • kevin

    Hello, I read some of the coments and they are funny.  My question is, I have a Jeep 2010 Patriot.  It says on the Jeep web site that the Patriot pulling cap is 1,000 pnds.  I want to buy the jumping jack trailor.  That is better then this over priced crap!!!!!!!!!!

    I don’t know if my Jeep can pull the jumping jack trailor plus gear.  Check out http://www.jumpingjacktrailor.com Do any of you know a good trailor for a Partiot that can pull plus hauling gear???

    Have a great Jeep wknd!!!

    • walt

      I have a 2001 jeep sarah and i pull my jumping jack trailer with it. with 2 portable grills, 2 large coolers, large equipment box, 4 chairs, 2- 5 gal watercans. The jeep has a verry tricked out v-6 but im not breaking any speed records getting anywhere. all together im pulling about 1900 lbs of equipment. i went to an rv place and had them beef up the tow hitch. load heavy stuff to rear. i really like my setup. i use it alot year round here in wyoming.

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  • Tentguy

    It’s made by Living Lite RV they build some seriously cool stuff however the price on this thing is a bit over the top.

    I bought one of these via Costco delivered to my front door in 3days. Costs $1900 on sale and will haul stuff. I also has two full size beds and easily works at a off road rig. I tow it with my Subaru 890lbs tent and trailer. Built super heavy with real 2×6 planked floor.
    http://popuptimes.com/?p=136

    Sorry Jeep your charging too much for it……

  • Tentguy

    Kevin – Jumping Jack trailer is 1200lbs empty not loaded it is also 6ft wide and 8ft long. The very same people who make the Jumping Jack also make a smaller trailer sold under the name Life Time Tent trailer. It is exactly the same idea same type of construction made by the same hands but it is a 4×6 trailer designed to carry 1 ATV vs 2 and weighs 890lbs empty with tent. It is also very off road worthy. Costco sells and delivers the Life Time Tent Trailer to your front door check out online. Best of luck…

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    what do they cost

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  • Mike

    I really wanted one of these till I saw the price. I have always camped in a tent so it wouldn’t have been a big deal not having all the amenities of a real popup. I ended up buying a Coachman Clipper 107 popup that is 22ft when open sleeps 7 in a pinch, 6 comfortably. This thing has AC, a heater, fridge, 3 burner stove, sink, porta-poty, water storage, LP bottle , marine battery and Electric and water hookups, outside AC outlets and an awning off the roof. Guess how much? List was $8,500.00 but it had been sitting on the dealers lot untouched for a year so I got it for $6,000.00! the mattresses and seat cushions were still raped in plastic! I may not look as cool, but dam I’m comfortable and can pay for a couple seasons worth of camping trips with the money saved!

  • Sigurdur Kiernan

    Where can I get the blueprint or the service manual for my Mopar Jeep Camper trail edition? I need the info to be able to register the camper in Iceland.

  • Robert

    Thank you all so much. I almost made a big mistake and wanting to purchase one of the trailers. Yes the price is to high, but didn’t care, however will not any more after I read all of your comments, its all true.Mahalo and Aloha

  • kevin

    I have a question.  Has anyone bought the gas tank skid plates for the Jeep Patriot?  I did and I cannot find the bolts needed for the instalation.  They did NOT come with the plates.  I bought them at http://www.justforjeeps.com I need 6 bolts, the measurements are 13.02mm

  • Chris

    True to the history of Jeep, most don’t understand the reasons they give us what they do and get angry. This trailer is lighter than any other on the market to date as well as the ONLY true trail capable pop up camper in existence! It may not come with a battery but the wiring is there. There is no room for A/C or a fridge but really?!? What kind of camper are you?
    I’ve researched this to the point of multiple conversations with the manufacturer and have a clear understanding of why it is the way it is. Needless to say, my wife and I eventually found a trail edition that we could not pass up. We tested it on a 4×4 camp trail that is rated a 4 and if the trail edition can handle a 4 this well, I can only imagine what the extreme edition is capable of.
    Don’t get me wrong, there is room for improvement but show me ANY vehicle that has not been improved upon after it’s original release….
    Mopar needs to hang on to this concept through the economy slump when more are willing to shell out the bucks. Until then, it could do with a slight “market adjustment.”

  • Mike

    Buy a Quicksilver, that’s who makes them for Jeep … you
    can save some money …..

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  • Kinney

    Look at the Tentrax trailers and you will get everything you need and more for less than $5000 and it will match your Jeep color, wheels and tires.  Therefore the spare will fit on the trailer.  They have several kinds and ones with tent and bed.  Check it out.

  • Brian T.

    Looking at buying a Lil Guy 5 wide teardrop trailer. Weighs about 1,000 lbs. Anyone have any idea if my TJ will tow without problems? 6 cyl auto.

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