These Custom Cargo Trailers Can Haul You & All Your Gear


Many RVers use cargo trailers to take UTVs, motorcycles, tools, and even cars with them on their RV trips. Cargo trailers are great lightweight options that can easily be pulled behind a Class A or Class C motorhome, Class B camper van, or truck campers.

LOOK Trailers is listening to dealers and customers to make cargo trailers that are in a class of their own.

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Cargo trailers to haul you and your gear

Many outdoor and UTV enthusiasts like enclosed cargo trailers to haul their toys out for a weekend of fun. Toy haulers are popular for many, but large fifth wheels are not suited for more remote camping. Cargo trailers are small enough and LOOK Trailers is adding many RV comforts to their cargo trailers. It is possible to get trailers equipped with beds, toilets, sinks, showers, and many other RV amenities.

Their Moab UTV Trailer’s “Weekend Package” is lifted to clear uneven terrane.  Inside, it is equipped with a sink, shower, toilet, and vanity. It comes with a HappiJac Bed, which lowers from the ceiling. They managed to pack all of that in the trailer with enough room to still hold two side-by-side UTVs. The Moab comes in two size plans: a 14-foot and a 20-foot model.

It goes without saying that the Moab caters to the RV market, but the company says that they are selling well for cargo trailer specific dealers. LOOK believes that this is partly because their basic model comes at a lower price point, making it ideal for families who aren’t ready for or just don’t want a full-fledged RV.

Customizable trailers to suit your needs

LOOK Trailers claims their cargo trailers can be customized and can build a trailer for just about any use or application.

For those that are looking for something special, Steve Hartman, LOOK’s vice president of sales says,

“If the trailer order becomes specialized, we have draftsmen and engineers who will develop a print so the customer can see how everything is going to be laid out to their exact specifications.”

Check out the walk-through video of the Moab UTV Trailer here:

Levi Henley

Levi Henley and his wife, Natalie, workamp around the country in their 26-foot motorhome. Along with writing for RV magazines, they recently published their first book together, Seasonal Workamping for a Living: How We Did It. They share their experiences and RV-related tips on their own blog henleyshappytrails.com as well as videos on their YouTube Channel, also called Henley's Happy Trails.

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