The ADAK camping trailer is what happens when lifelong sportsmen put their heads together. The camper blends spacious, comfy living with off-grid, ride-anywhere grit.
ADAK Industries, LLC was born when a group of fishermen, hunters, and campers had to camp miles away from their planned camp site, because it was impossible to drive their trailers up a really bad road.
The group of friends sat around a camp fire and came up with a list of improvements they wanted to see in camper trailers: an affordable low-hassle mobile wilderness shelter that can be driven through even the roughest terrain.
Each feature has been carefully thought out in this off-grid camper.
The ADAK trailer seeks to blend a comfortable inside with a rugged outside. It has an aluminum I-beam frame that connects its all-terrain wheels, using a custom torsion bar suspension. The floor is bonded and bolted to the chassis to create “unsurpassed rigidness.”
The roof and walls are made of fiber-reinforced plastic, and the cabinets are bonded to the main frame. According to ADAK, bonding makes the structure act like a single piece, making it more rigid and preventing leaks.
The underside of the trailer is snag-free, as all plumbing is routed through the structure. A torsion axle is used instead of a wheel-to-wheel shaft, which completely eliminates hanging components.
The burly body has a military look, but the inside reveals a completely different character. It has 10.8 square meters of living space. Each of the sofas on the ADAK pulls out to create a single-person bed.
Bench seating in the step-up dining area can also convert into a bed for a third person.
A small bathroom and storage area are located on the opposite side of the trailer.
The ADAK features wood floors. It has a standard 45-gallon fresh water tank and tank-less on-demand hot water.
A 1000-watt inverter, dual 6-volt deep cycle batteries, and four interior 120-volt outlets are also standard in the ADAK.
A furnace, generator, entertainment package, air conditioner, and refrigerator are also available options. A trailer with all options included will set you back $72,000, but the standard trailer goes for $49,000.
If you prefer to spend your time as far away from electricity poles as possible, this hardcore trailer should easily get you over any rough roads you may encounter.
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