Winnebago Releases A Rugged, Lifted Off-Road Camper With A Full Exoskeleton

The off-road trailer and camper market has seen tremendous growth over the last few years as the larger overlanding sector has exploded. And now, one of the oldest and most iconic names in the camper business has raised the bar in the off-grid camper segment, with the release of Winnebago’s new Hike Camper lineup.

Riding on rugged all-terrain wheels and tires and sporting off-road-appropriate fenders and a 15” lift kit, the Hike camper comes in five different versions/floor-plans, the 25’ 1/2” H210RB and H215HS, and the 20’ 7.5” H170S, H170DB, and H172BH. An NXG-engineered chassis and full exoskeleton provides protection for the camper when off-road, while also affording ample options for mounting anything from kayaks to gear to mountain bikes to BBQs, plus the camper comes with a pickup-style diamond-plate steel storage bin — both of which are fully-powder-coated. Inside the Iowa-based outfit have equipped the Hike models with a full HVAC system, large bathroom, a fully-appointed galley (kitchen), built-in wireless chargers, USB ports, an LED TV, and a wifi and Bluetooth-enabled AV system. Outside there’re also LED lights throughout, exterior speakers, and hookups for solar panels and a backup camera. The Winnebago Hike Camper is available now in all five versions, with pricing starting from $27,513.

Purchase: $27,513+