All-Terrain RVs For Extreme Adventures

Some people love driving to an RV resort, pulling into a full hookup campsite, and heading to the campground swimming pool. But some RVers may prefer a more adventurous journey.

If off-roading and off-grid camping is more your style, you’ll want to check out these all-terrain RVs built for getting away from the typical camping lifestyle and embracing the outdoors.

Sometimes called an off-road RV, an all-terrain RV is built for traveling off the beaten path. By getting into the heart of nature, travelers can experience more solitude and truly feel more connected with the outdoors.

What Is an All-Terrain RV?

Standard RVs aren’t made to travel off flat surfaces. On the other hand, off-road RVs have a higher clearance and are equipped with off-road tires.

What Makes an All-Terrain RV Different from Standard RVs?

From the family-friendly Mantis to the drivable Storyteller Overland, we have good options for all types of travelers looking to connect more with nature.

5 Best All-Terrain RVs To Take You Anywhere

Built for adventuring, the Summit Pinnacle model sleeps up to four people. The upgrades include 33-inch off-road tires, 21-inch clearance, and a Timbren axle-less suspension for easy off-road accessibility.

Best Teardrop: Colorado Teardrops Summit Pinnacle

The off-road features of the Mantis include 15-inch alloy wheels with all-terrain tires, powder-coated steel chassis, torsion axle suspension with electric brakes, and steel gravel guards.

Best For Families: Taxa Outdoors Mantis 5.2

The OP15 trailer features a king bed, bunk beds, a bathroom, and a dining lounge. The pop-up roof increases the standing height inside the unit for a comfortable space.

Best Hybrid Camper: Opus OP15

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