Campers for Any Adventure
The next time you go exploring or camping, TAXA adventure vehicles can provide the perfect base camp for nearly any environment. Their innovative design, high-quality build and materials, storage options for gear, temperature control systems, and much more make them invaluable for any trip into the wilderness. Whether on your own or with friends or family, our range of models and sizes are adaptable to any travel group.
Experience Your Surroundings Like Never Before
Part of our mission at TAXA is to provide adventurers with everything they need to have an amazing journey — but nothing you don’t. We feel that the best adventures come from going all out and exploring outside your vehicle, rather than spending days inside. Our campers are designed to immerse you in your surroundings so you can take in the natural beauty of wherever you are (without being completely exposed). In addition to their ability to connect you to the outdoors, all of our models fit in a standard garage for storage when not in use. Click on any of the models above to explore each in more detail!
Upgrade Your Journey With Gear & Equipment
Beyond our vehicles, there are a variety of accessories and gear to tailor your camper to the needs of your next trip. From bunk beds and toolboxes to AC units and awnings, you can find everything you need on our gear page to browse what's available.
Camping Trailer FAQs
Are trailers better than RVs for camping?
While RVs are self-powered and often provide more comfort than traditional camper trailers, they aren’t as versatile or suited to off-road adventures and camping. Factors like less ground clearance and more weight limit where RVs can go, and their price tag can make them inaccessible for many people.
What are the common categories of campers?
Campers types you’ll typically see include pop-ups, teardrops, fifth wheel, travel trailers, and utility trailers. Pop-up campers can be collapsed for storage/transport, teardrops are small campers shaped like a (you guessed it) teardrop, and fifth wheel trailers are attached via a special hitch in the bed of a truck. Travel trailers are generally more spacious and built for comfort, while utility trailers are primarily used for storing and hauling equipment rather than living in.
What vehicle do you need to tow a trailer?
While many people believe that you need a truck to tow a trailer, this is really only true once you get into 4,000-5,000lb range and heavier. The GVWR (or max weight of a trailer loaded with cargo) for our largest model, Mantis, is a little over 4,000 pounds. This means that the majority of our lineup can be towed by common cars like a Toyota Highlander, VW Tiguan, Nissan Murano, Mazda CX-9, Honda Pilot, Chevy Equinox, and more.