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Turtleback Trailers Launches Rental Program

If you’ve always wanted to experience taking an adventure with an off-road trailer, but didn’t want the financial investment of owning one yourself – check out the Turtleback Trailers rental program. The newly launched program lets your plan that perfect getaway adventure or try out one of Turtleback’s US made trailers before you buy one. At just $149 per night, it’s not a bad way to see if trailer based camping is for you. Turtleback has two models available for rent, the Expedition and the Weekender.

Turtleback Trailer Expedition TrailerThe Turtleback Expedition trailer was designed for long-haul expeditions. Whether you’re looking to cover a lot of miles or just looking for an extended trip off the grid, this might be the way to go. It holds 42 gallons of fresh water, has a full kitchen, and ample storage.

weekender-lake-800x600If a shorter trip is right up your alley, check out their Weekender trailer. Designed for short getaways and just two people, you get the same kitchen and storage as the larger Expedition trailer, but all in a more lightweight trailer with a smaller profile.

turtleback-trailer-rentalsBoth Turtleback Trailer rental units come with the following:

  • Roof top tent
  • Foxwing awning (Expedition Trailer Rental)
  • 1000 watt 110v inverter
  • Full propane tanks
  • 2 wheel chocks
  • 5 leveling blocks
  • 6’ folding table
  • 4 dinner plates
  • 4 cereal bowls
  • 4 forks, spoons, and knives
  • Kitchen knife
  • Spatula
  • Serving spoon
  • 11” frying pan
  • Cutting board
  • Dish drying rack

Booking one of the Turtleback Trailers requires a 2-night minimum. Trailers can be picked up Monday through Friday at Turtleback’s Phoenix area location. To make the process easy, the company has added an online availability calendar to their website. Now you can put in those vacation dates at work and secure your long weekend of week-long adventure to parts unknown.

turtleback-trailer-rentals-2Not sure if renting a trailer is right for you? Turtleback has created an entire downloads and video section on their website with handy information ranging from your pre-tow checklist to recommended methods on how to set up your trailer camp. For more information on the rental program, or to check out their trailers available for purchase, give them a call at (855) 732-2383 or visit their website.

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Zach is Editor and Founder of MOTUS. He's also a foodie, off-road and backcountry adventure travel lover, and has coffee running through his veins 24/7.

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