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5 Awesome Travel Trailers For A Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

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Jeeps are well known for being rugged, compact, and versatile. Most Jeep Wranglers have a towing capacity of 2,000 to 3.500 pounds, depending on model and trim package. However, in 2020, Jeep introduced the Gladiator Truck. The Gladiator Rubicon has a towing capacity of 4,000 to 4,500 pounds. The Sport and Sport S models and trim packages have towing capacities of nearly 7,500 pounds, with the Max Tow Package. We are going to cover 5 perfect travel trailers for a Jeep Gladiator Rubicon. We tried to keep the camper weights to under 3,500 to allow for cargo and any gear you may want to take with you. Always check your owner’s manual and follow manufacturer’s suggestions before towing.

According to Car Sales Base, Gladiator sales have been rising. With the sales on the rise, so is the need for lightweight travel trailers to go with it. If there is one thing Jeep owners love to do, it’s getting outdoors. So, without further ado, let’s jump into our list of the 5 perfect travel trailers for a Jeep Gladiator.

K-Z Escape E14 Hatch

If you love the outdoors, you will really get a kick out of the K-Z Escape. The name implies all that it is. The K-Z offers an escape from the hustle and bustle and the “hatch” refers to the drop down door at the rear of this camper. It opens up this travel trailer to the outdoors. It comes equipped with a full screen to keep the critters out. You can sleep while listening to the crickets chirp as if you were outside.

travel trailer for jeep gladiator
K-Z Escape Hatch E 14
K-Z Hatch Travel Trailer

The off-road package allows you to get away from it all. It is possible to add a 100 watt solar panel, bike rack, mud tires, and flip-up solid stairs. The kitchen is located in the front of the camper with the living area in the rear.

Additional Specs:

  • Length – 15′ 3″
  • Sleeps – 2
  • Fresh Water Tank – 20 gal.
  • Black Water tank – 30 gal.
  • Grey Water Tank – 30 gal.
  • Dry Weight – 2,825 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight – 330 lbs.
  • GVWR – 3,500 lbs.

NuCamp TAB S Teardrop Camper

The NuCamp TAB is the iconic teardrop trailer. It is a small, lightweight camper that is perfect for two. This camper is equipped with a galley kitchen and a U-shaped dinette that converts into the perfect sleeping quarters. The bathroom is what is referred to as a “wet-bath”. Meaning the toilet and shower are together. NuCamp gives you the option of three different graphics to choose from and trim colors to match your Jeep Gladiator perfectly. For the really adventurous types, they also offer a Boondock package. This package comes with off-road tires, 15″ rims, heavy-duty axle, solar panel, and a custom, rear aluminum cage.

TAB S Camper
NuCamp TAB S Teardrop Camper
TAB S Floorplan

Additional Specs:

  • Length – 15′ 3″
  • Sleeps – 2
  • Fresh Water Tank – 19 gal.
  • Black Water Tank – 5 gal.
  • Gray Water Tank – 18 gal.
  • Dry Weight – 1,893 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight – 190 lbs.
  • GVWR – 2,900 lbs.

Riverside RV Retro 135

When it comes to a fully customizable, lightweight, travel trailer, the Retro has it all. These are brand new campers with that vintage look. The Retro offers up to 10 exterior colors to choose from to perfectly match your style and your Jeep Gladiator. Riverside RV Retro has 13 different floor-plans to choose from allowing you to choose the perfect locations of the kitchen, dinette, bed, and more. And yes, you can get the 50’s style diner, black and white checkered floor.

Riverside RV Retro 135
Retro Travel Trailer Floorplan

Additional Specs:

  • Length – 15′ 9″
  • Sleeps – 2
  • Fresh Water Tank – 17 gal.
  • Black Water Tank – 17 gal.
  • Grey Water Tank – 32 gal.
  • Dry Weight – 2,530 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight – 210 lbs.

Coachmen Viking Express 12.0 TD

The Coachmen Viking Express is considered more of pop-up camper than a travel trailer. This is one of the heavier campers on our list coming in at 3500 lbs. GVWR. You can access the inside of the camper through the side “bike door” without the need to raise the top. It does not have a conventional toilet, instead it comes with a Thetford Porta Potti. For sleeping it has a full size bed and a “gaucho” that turns into an additional sleeping area. A gaucho is essentially a futon, or a small sofa that folds down into a bed. Some of the options include an exterior mounted propane grill and an off-road package.

Coachman Viking Camper Trailer
Coachman Viking Express
Viking Camper Floorplan

Additional Specs:

  • Length – 14′
  • Sleeps – 2 (plus 1 on gaucho)
  • Fresh Water Tank – 23 gal.
  • Dry Weight – 1,890 lbs.
  • GVWR – 3,500 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight – 243 lbs.

Forest River No Boundaries NB10.5

Don’t let this small, lightweight camper fool you. For it’s size, it is packed with everything you need for adventure. It comes in under 2,000 lbs. and is equipped with a 12V/110V refrigerator, queen bed, and a wrap-around awning. The Overlander Package also comes with a kayak rack and all-terrain tires, perfect for any Jeep. Other optional equipment includes 12V LED TV, snowboard/fishing rod holder, and a roof top tent for those night when you just want to sleep under the stars. The only thing missing is a portable RV generator.

Camper for Jeep Gladiator
Forest River No Boundaries NB10.5
No Boundaries Floorplan

Additional Specs:

  • Length – 13′ 10″
  • Sleeps – 2
  • Fresh Water Tank – 30 gal.
  • Dry Weight – 1,570 lbs.
  • GVWR – 2,140 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight – 210 lbs.

Conclusion On Awesome Travel Trailers For Jeep A Gladiator

Just because Jeep’s can’t tow those massive travel trailers doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be out there exploring and camping. As a matter of fact, Jeep owners can go places most others can’t. Being lightweight and versatile definitely has it’s advantages. There are several lightweight campers out there that are made for off-roading. As a general rule of thumb, always check your vehicle’s specific towing capacity before towing any camper.

Let us know what you think? Do you have a Jeep Gladiator? What do you pull behind yours? Let us know in the comments below.

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