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9 Perfect Travel Trailers You Can Tow with a Jeep Wrangler

Published on June 26th, 2019 by Camper Report
This post was updated on April 28th, 2021

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Jeep Wranglers are a great vehicle for people who love adventure. They’re sturdy, compact, and can fit a good amount of people and equipment. But if you’re trying to pull a travel trailer with this car, there are a few things you’ll have to keep in mind.

First off, even though these vehicles are strong for their size, they still can’t pull travel trailers that weigh more than their maximum tow capacity. (The maximum tow capacity is a measurement that describes the weight limit that any given vehicle can pull behind it.)

Jeep Wranglers have maximum tow capacities that range between 2,000 to 3,500 lbs. This measurement will vary depending on the model, year, and any special modifications your car might have.

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To find your Jeep Wrangler’s towing capacity, you should consult your user’s manual or check an online database. has a great website for people to check their tow capacities at. You can look up your vehicle’s specifications by visiting their website here.

But even though your towing capacity might be lower with a Wrangler, that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the benefits of a travel trailer! There are plenty of lightweight models on the market that can be towed by vehicles with a towing capacity of fewer than 3,500 lbs. Some of these are simple and plain, while others are fully decked out!

Follow along as we look at 9 of the best travel trailers for Jeep Wranglers. The following list is ranked in order of weight from lightest to heaviest.

Flagstaff E-Pro E12RK

Floorplan of Flagstaff E-Pro camper.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 1,164 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 1,962 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 162 lbs.

This is the smallest and lightest model on the list. Flagstaff trailers and fifth wheels hold a respected position in the world of RV manufacturers. This model doesn’t disappoint despite its small footprint.

It’s designed to maximize every inch of space in its little frame and it does it beautifully! It has two entrances to make it easy to access from any angle.

The majority of this floor plan is taken up by a large bed in the center of the layout. It lies flush against the front of this trailer and has a large set of overhead cabinets spanning the wall behind it.

A small loft contains the rest of the amenities in this space. The kitchen appliances, such as a microwave, refrigerator, and sink are placed up here. There’s also another set of cabinets up here that bridge into the space above the bed. One side of these cabinets contains the entertainment center which can be viewed from the bed below.

This little travel trailer also has the fixings for an outdoor kitchen setup. A gas grill can be unfolded from the side, which is great for people who want to enjoy some open-air cooking!

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

No Boundaries NB10.5

Floorplan of No Bounadries small RV.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 1,570 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,710 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 210 lbs.

The No Boundaries line of travel trailers pack a lot of storage and extra benefits into the small space. The front of this floor plan features a nice wide storage space, bordered by a wardrobe on one side. You can keep clothes in this space, or use it for even more storage if you need it!

On the other side of this space is the main living space. A large lounger takes up a lot of this space, which can serve as a place to sleep or just a great relaxation spot! This model comes with the option of a TV in this space as well. That’s up to individual owners to decide on though.

A small pantry lies along one of the side walls of the main living area as well. Storage is also available in the floor of this space, as well as along the back wall. This truly is the perfect setup for travelers who are packing lots of gear.

This floor plan sports an outdoor kitchen, complete with a fold-out cooler, and a double burner stove. This setup helps to maximize your living space inside, while still giving you all the benefits of an open-air kitchen.

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

Rockwood Geo Pro G12SRK

Rockwood Geo Pro floorplan.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 1,763 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 2,898 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 258 lbs.

The Rockwood Geo Pro line of products is perfect for people who like to alternate between sleeping space and open layouts. This model sports amenities that can transform between the two settings, adapting to the needs of any given circumstances.

The main living space in this trailer has a large gaucho along one wall. This doubles as a couch during the day and can fold out into a bed at night. When it’s folded up, there’s a good amount of elbow room in this main room.

This gaucho faces the opposite wall where an entertainment center is installed beneath a set of overhead cabinets. This creates a great place to hang out and relax!

The back wall of this trailer contains a kitchen counter and some appliances such as a refrigerator, sink, and dual-burner stove. The front end of this trailed is lined by a long shelf and a small wardrobe.

This travel trailer also comes with attachments for a gas grill along the exterior. It’s a great setup for cooking inside or outside!

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

Great Ascape ST

  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 1,850 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 2,500 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 220 lbs.

If you’re looking for a nice little living space to take with you on your travels, the Great Ascape line of travel trailers would be a great option for you! These are all quite compact little trailers without a lot of bells and whistles. But they still make a nice place to prepare a meal or just hang out with each other!

There’s a relatively large dining area filling up the majority of the space in this floor plan. There are two long padded seats lining both walls with a table in between them. These can double as sleeping space if needed.

A set of storage units occupy the back wall of this unit, bordering the dining space.

A kitchen space fills the front of this travel trailer. A good amount of counter space is available as well as a double burner stove, a sink, and an oven.

This travel trailer is fairly simple, but it packs a lot of good qualities into a small footprint. A sleek exterior design makes this an attractive addition to the back of your vehicle too!

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

Casita Liberty Standard

  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 2,210 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: N/A
  • Hitch Weight: 215 lbs.

This travel trailer is perfect for travelers who need to host a lot of people for the night! Sleeping space is a priority of this floor plan here and it can accommodate tons of people in comfort.

A large dinette takes up the back end of this trailer. This curves around the back wall as well as both of the adjacent side walls. This dinette can host a lot of people during mealtimes, but it can also be converted into a double bed when necessary!

Along both sides of this dinette are a set of large seats. These are great relaxation spots during the day, but each of them can also fold down into king-sized beds at night. This significantly increases the sleeping space in the trailer!

Close to the front of the trailer is the kitchen area. A sink, triple burner range, oven, and length of countertop span along one wall, while a refrigerator and storage cabinet occupies the opposite wall.

The front of the trailer contains double bunk beds on top of undercarriage storage. This creates even more sleeping space for everyone! A huge line of overhead cabinets also rings the majority of this trailer, creating tons of space to keep all the cargo you need.

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

R-Pod West Coast RP-172

Floorplan of Forest River R-Pod camper.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 2,338 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,243 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 243 lbs.

The R-Pod West Coast travel trailer is a perfect little living space you can take with you wherever you go. It’s got all the essentials that you need for a comfortable and cozy trip!

The front of this floor plan has a set of bunk beds, plus some storage space. This trailer understands that you can maximize your sleeping space by stacking it up and filling in the blank spaces with extra storage.

A small hallway connects these bunk beds to the rest of the living space. Along one wall are the entrance and the kitchen space. This comes equipped with a sink, and double burner range, and a set of overhead cabinets.

The opposite wall contains the entrance to a small bathroom. I know right? Even little travel trailers can have bathrooms built into them! This space holds a shower and toilet, so you don’t have to find these elsewhere on your travels.

Next to the bathroom is the refrigerator, and a large dinette curves around the remainder of the walls and the back of the trailer. This is a comfortable padded place to sit, and it can double as extra sleeping space if needed. One side of the refrigerator hosts the entertainment center. It’s positioned so that it’s visible to people who are sitting at the dinette.

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

Lance 1475

  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 2,600 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,700 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 250 lbs.

This travel trailer proves that luxury is not just for large floor plans! This one packs a ton of quality and comfort into a small space.

A wall of storage space fills the front end of this trailer, bordered by a long couch. This is a comfortable place to relax during the day and sleep during the night!

The kitchen of this unit lies adjacent to the couch. There’s a lot of counter space available, which is great for people who like to cook up masterpieces on the road. A sink, range, and oven are also embedded in this space. Cabinets range above and below this area too, maximizing the storage.

A small table and a set of movable chairs lie across from the kitchen. This, plus the couch, creates a nice area for groups of people to sit together and chat. A set of overhead cabinets sits above these chairs as well.

A refrigerator lies embedded in the back of the trailer, with a small pantry along one side. Next to it, fitting neatly into the back corner of this floor plan is a luxurious bathroom. A large shower fits into the far corner, and there’s a sink, toilet, and small vanity.

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.  

Jayco Hummingbird 17RB

Jayco Hummingbird floorplan.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 2,890 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,750 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 315 lbs.

Jayco is a brand that is famous for its high-quality fifth wheels, travel trailers, and motorhomes. They don’t disappoint with this model, delivering a product that provides lots of comfort and utility to their users.

The front of this trailer holds a large bed. This can sleep multiple people and has a screen that can be pulled back forth to create a private room that’s separated from the rest of the space. It faces a wall that holds a TV, making this a great place to relax before going to bed.

A dinette takes up part of the wall that’s adjacent to this bed. It features a granite table top and padded seats that are great for everyone!

The opposite wall across from the dinette contains the kitchen. A microwave, refrigerator, sink, and double burner stove are all provided as built-in appliances. A large granite counter top is also in this space, sitting beneath a set of overhead cabinets.

The back of this trailer contains a large bathroom. A curved shower occupies one corner of the space, while a sink and vanity line another wall. The toilet sits in front of a large linen closet. A bathroom that’s this large and spacious is rare to find in a trailer of any size!

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

Wolf Pup West 16FQ

Floorplan of the Wolf Pup West RV.
  • Unladen Vehicle Weight: 3,031 lbs.
  • Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: 3,944 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight: 444 lbs.

This travel trailer has a simple, connected floor plan that provides everything their users might need. Everything flows well together to create comfortable and useful design.

The front of this trailer contains a large bed that sits along the front wall. A large set of overhead cabinets stretch over the bed, creating a ton of space to pack things away!

The adjacent walls of this trailer hold the kitchen and dinette areas. One wall has a nice little counter top with a sink and double burner range embedded in it and a refrigerator filling the space next to it. A microwave and set of overhead cabinets fill the space above.

Across from the kitchen is a dinette. Two sets of padded seats surround the table in the middle. Another set of overhead cabinets sit above the dinette.

The back wall of this trailer is occupied by a nicely sized bathroom. A combined shower and bathtub sits along one wall, while the toilet sits in between it and a large sink and vanity.

For more information on this travel trailer, as well as additional floorplans by the same maker, visit their website here.

5 thoughts on “9 Perfect Travel Trailers You Can Tow with a Jeep Wrangler”

  1. The Jeep manual specifies that the max frontal area of a trailer is 32 sq-ft. Many of the trailers in this blog are bigger than that. Is it safe to ignore this spec?

  2. I’m confused as to how those that exceed the 350 lb tongue weight and or exceed the gross weight when loaded meet the criteria? I understand that you can pack light but tongue weight isn’t reduced by doing so. My Jeep’s max capacity is 3500.

  3. Thank you Stephen. We have contemplated a full package RV set-up with a toy hauler. After a couple videos and your information (above), we are now seriously considering a change to a small travel trailer with a 4×4 set-up to tow with our Jeep to just, “Get out there!” – great info, thank you.


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