Basecamp is full of smart choices that maximize space, keep things clean, and make everything from charging to cooking that much easier. It’s everything you’d want to have along with you on an adventure, and even a few things that might surprise you.
Essentials and beyond.
Basecamp checks off all the boxes of what you need to get off road and off grid. And then it goes further, bringing you extras that make exploring that much more comfortable and enjoyable.
ASolar pre-wire kit comes standard to prepare you for renewable power inputs
BBose Bluetooth® SoundLink® Color speaker included
CSmart, versatile storage solutions throughout
DLockable technology dock and USB ports for easy charging
EEfficient ventilation, hot water, and cabin heating systems
Hatch an adventure.
Basecamp’s 26″ x 46″ rear hatch lets you load and unload your gear through the back of the trailer into 126″ of available cargo depth from the hatch to the galley cabinets, without having to maneuver larger items like bikes and kayaks through the main door. When the day is done, close up the rear hatch to keep the trailer cozy, or keep it open and attach the removable screen to keep the fresh air moving through.
Nimble starts with smart.
Whether it’s making the most of the space inside the trailer or designing features that pull double, sometimes triple duty, Basecamp’s flexibility comes from paying attention, not just to what you need for a successful trip, but to how your needs change as that trip goes on. It’s the result of careful thought, and you’ll find it in some pretty surprising places.
Never underestimate comfort.
Every adventurer needs a place to recharge. And Basecamp doesn’t overlook comfort for a second. When you’re setting up camp in the desert, the optional QuietStream™ air conditioning with two-speed fan will keep you cool. When you’re surrounded by snow, the Truma Combi Eco Plus heating system will handle both water and cabin heating with world-class efficiency. No matter where you’re headed, Basecamp is ready.
Feel free to branch out.
Once you get Basecamp set up, you can spread out a little with outdoor extras like the standard visor and optional tents. Two unique tent options attach to either the door-side or rear of the trailer. When used together, they give you 120 square feet of additional sheltered outdoor space for sleeping, lounging, or storing your gear out of the rain.