Why Spend Thousands On A Tricked-Out Adventure Trailer When You Can Rent One For Hundreds?
Though most reasonable people enjoy the concept of The Great Outdoors, many can’t bring themselves to actually go camping. For one, purchasing all the necessary equipment can be pretty expensive. Also, sleeping on the ground holds little appeal for many folks.
Off The Grid Rentals, based in Laguna Hills, CA, has found a way to give aspiring campers the best of all possible worlds. By renting one of their off-road teardrop trailers, you can experience the outdoors without sleeping on the ground and enjoy the amenities of a camper without worrying about maintenance or storage. It’s a win-win-winnebago.
The off-road teardrop trailer comes with a radio, a 12v outlet, a 30-gallon tank for fresh water, a comfy mattress for two adults, and an optional roof-top tent can bring the total number of campers up to five. It’s also tricked out with a two-burner propane stove, side-mounted sink, and a locking slider for your cooler. All this rides on all-terrain tires that can handle California’s roughest areas.
Renting a trailer is basically like bringing your own villa wherever you go, and at $170 a night, it costs much less than your average villa. Weighing in at 1,250 pounds, just about any vehicle with a trailer hitch can handle the teardrop trailer.
If you would rather forgo the teardrop trailer, you can rent an array of camping equipment, including roof top tents, a 50-quart fridge freezer, a 1000-watt generator, a 2000-watt generator, or a truck rack that can support up to 800 pounds of cargo.
Off The Grid is based in Laguna Hills, CA, making it an excellent jumping-off point for many of Southern California’s most breathtaking spots, including Joshua Tree and Death Valley. If you’re looking for a slightly longer journey, you could make the trek up to Yosemite or over to the Grand Canyon. The point is, there’s no shortage of places to take a teardrop tent from Off The Grid Rentals.
Visit Off The Grid’s website to book a teardrop trailer or any of their other camping equipment.