CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE - expected return to production in late 2020!


* Optional



Different color schemes available

Different color schemes available



  • 400 watts of solar panels

  • 2.4 kilowatt-hour battery capacity

  • Efficient mini-fridge

  • One-burner induction cooktop

  • Multiple 120V and USB power outlets

  • Large sink with electric pump

  • Composting toilet

  • Full list of specs here

Different color schemes available

Different color schemes available



  • 800 watts of solar panels

  • 6.0 kilowatt-hour battery capacity

  • Advanced efficiency 12/120-volt mini-fridge

  • Two-burner induction cooktop

  • Multiple 120V and USB power outlets

  • Large sink with electric pump

  • Composting toilet

  • Gravity-fill water filter

  • Full list of specs here


Please contact us to learn more about our product, pricing, shipping options, or to come see a trailer. Our normal Kirkland showroom hours are Mon-Fri, 9am - 5pm, but we are also open on select weekend days. Please contact us at or 425-892-8566 to arrange a visit.


Exterior Design

Four color schemes


Beveled or tongue-and-groove siding

Interior Design

Bunk/couch layout - Easily converts from a couch for hanging out or to bunks at bedtime


Dinette/bench layout - Simply changes from a dinette to a flat platform that can be used as a bench or twin XL bed


Both - Get the best of both worlds. Use the dinette/bench layout for 2-3 person trips or install the top bunk for 4 person trips



Countertop faces - in beautiful, durable, and sustainable Richlite

Cork flooring - unique, cozy, and renewable material

Water System Options

Hot water tank

  • Fully-connected 1.5-gallon tank provides hot sink water (it is recommended you select the Extended Off-Grid Option or only use with electrical hook-ups for this add-on option)

Portable outdoor shower system

  • 3-gallon pressurized water chamber with foot pump and 7 foot spray hose/nozzle

  • Modular privacy screen booth

  • Wooden standing platform

Chassis Options

Swing tongue

  • Detachable, 2’ swinging portion of tongue reduces trailer length to 17’4” to fit your trailer into shorter garages, tight campsites, or other unique parking situations

Trailer brakes

  • Trailers weigh about 2,500 lbs and, thus, there is no requirement in Washington (and most states) for them to have brakes, however, if you wish to add electric brakes, we can install them as an add-on; this would require your vehicle to have a 7-pin connector and a brake controller

Spare tire with mount

  • Spare tire mounted to tongue for emergency situations

  • Lug nut wrench

3D Interior Tour - Woodland Model, Couch Orientation

3D Interior Tour - Woodland Model, Bed Orientation



Our Woodland trailers are lighter than many others in its class, however, you'll still need the right tow vehicle. We recommend that your vehicle can tow 2,700-3,500 lbs depending on how full you pack it with food, water, clothes, and gear. Many small SUV/crossovers fit the bill, including (but not limited to) those below. Make sure that you have at least a Class II receiver hitch with 2" trailer ball that is ideally about 19" off the ground at its top (16-24" works) as well as a functioning 4-pin wire connector.

Woodland Model

Many small SUV/crossovers fit the bill, including (but not limited to) these:

  • Acura MDX V6
  • Audi Q5/7
  • BMW X3/4/5/6
  • Buick Enclave V6
  • Ford Edge V6, Escape
  • Honda Odyssey, Pilot V6
  • Hyundai Santa Fe V6
  • Infiniti QX56
  • Jaguar F-Pace
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee, Liberty
  • Kia Sorrento
  • Land Rover LR4, Range Rover
  • Lincoln Navigator
  • Lexus RX350, GX470
  • Mazda CX9 V6
  • Mercedes-Benz GL350/450/550
  • Mitsubishi Outlander V6
  • Nissan Armada V8, Frontier V6, Murano V6, Pathfinder, Titan, Xterra
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Subaru Outback V6
  • Suzuki Equator
  • Toyota 4Runner V6, Highlander I4/V6/Hybrid, FJ Cruiser, Land Cruiser, RAV-4 V6, Sequoia, Sienna, Tacoma, Tundra
  • VW Touareg
  • Volvo S60/80, XC60/70/80/90

To check your vehicle's precise capacity, we recommend you use Trailer Life magazine's helpful web tool or refer to your owner's manual.