I forgot to get back here with pictures of the trailer I put together over the past couple of years. It started out as just a utility trailer I built with kayak racks to tow behind my one ton truck camper combo.
Then it went under the knife and I added more features.
A little test camping to make sure I have everything where I want it before painting it.
Finally painted and prepped for a two week trip through SE Oregon.
Fully functional and now gets more use than my truck camper!
It's been a fun trailer to build, and fits my needs great. Fully loaded down with the two weeks of water, food, gear and spares it weighs less than 1900lbs.
Very easy for the Taco to pull. The two week trip to the Oregon desert was 1350 miles and 350 of that was on rough washboard towing the trailer. Absolutely zero issue or failures along that trip.
Now it is used mainly as my mobile kayak fishing base camp behind the Taco, as it is way cheaper to use than hauling my big camper around for just an overnighter. When we do use the truck camper, we tow the trailer as well so that the kids can use the popup tent as their sleeping quarters. Gives mamma and I some privacy.
Oh, and yes I have a small quiver of kayaks to choose from.