Taxa Cricket Trailers
Lightweight and Rugged Full Camping Setup
Now Available in Two Models
Standard Cricket & Overland Cricket
Ultimate Adventure Trailers
TAXA Outdoors, with its NASA inspired roots, is a Houston, Texas based manufacturer of lightweight, aluminum trailers designed for off-grid camping.
We are the #1 TAXA Cricket Dealer in the Nation and try to keep a large inventory in stock.
The Rocky Mountain Edition is exclusive to B&B RV, Inc. including off-road package, one berth (second berth is an option), roof rack, spare tire, two deep-cycle batteries, cassette toilet and fridge/freezer.
The Cricket camper trailer will fit in your garage when the roof is down and gives you 6’4″ of headroom at the kitchen when it is raised. Set up or down takes only seconds.
There is plenty of storage under the seating/bed and in the kitchen. You have hot and cold water at both the kitchen sink and the outside shower. The kitchen is equipped with a stainless-steele two-burner cooktop.
The Cricket is a high-quality camper engineered and designed by a NASA engineer with much attention to detail. The Overland Cricket takes you to the next level with a Timbren suspension for a more off-road experience.
Quick and Easy Setup
The Cricket Trailer Fully Sets Up In Seconds
Check out our video walkthrough of the Cricket travel trailer
No Need for a Campground
The Cricket Trailer was designed by NASA Engineer Garrett Finner, who was part of the team in charge of designing the living quarters for the International Space Station (ISS). As a result, the Cricket Trailer is a truly beautiful as well as an amazingly functional trailer. While it has an extremely spacious interior (6’4″ room to standup, queen size bed, 12 cubic feet of under bed storage), the Cricket trailer is also as narrow as a car, with an exterior width of just 6’7″, eliminating the need for mirror extensions and making it easy for beginners to tow.
Ready For Adventure
Weight: ONLY 1,800lbs
As the #1 Cricket dealer in the nation, we try to keep a large inventory in stock.
Our Rocky Mountain Edition is TAXA’s Trek model with a couple of changes.
We eliminate the screen on the door and the tent for the outside shower.
We did this to save money for our customers as they have not wanted those items.
Our additions are two deep-cycle batteries, a cassette toilet and one overhead berth.
Popular options are the second berth, a portable solar panel and a security lock.