December 5, 2019

All-Terrain Camping Trailer For Hunters

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Hunting Enthusiasts Set Site on All Terrain Camping Trailer
Campa USA, manufacturer of the Campa All Terrain Trailer (ATT), is seeing steady interest for its highly mobile, self contained system from hunters and other related outdoor adventurers.

North Ridgeville, OH — For many hunters, the fall and winter seasons are the most exciting times of year. Increased frontal activity and big game hunt opportunities are just a few factors that attract these individuals to some of the most remote regions of the country. However, vehicle and equipment mobility in hard-to-reach areas remains a challenge for many. As a result, an Ohio-based manufacturer of self contained, all-terrain trailer systems is seeing continued interest from the hunting and outdoor markets.

The Campa All Terrain Trailer (ATT), manufactured by Campa USA, is a lightweight trailer designed to go anywhere a vehicle can. Made of stainless steel, it can be equipped with special options such as a hot water shower system, solar paneling, water filtration, and an electric refrigerator/freezer. Additionally, the product’s unique tent configuration offers the ability to sleep up to 10 people comfortably.

“We’re seeing a steady flow of interest from hunters,” said Chris Cole, president and founder of Campa USA.

“The ability to be self contained in remote areas is an attractive feature for them. Hunting is a sport that requires a great deal of patience and waiting. These units are designed to make someone as comfortable as possible in those situations without sacrificing the overall outdoor experience,” he added.

Because of its potential, Cole and his company plan to give greater attention the hunting market, which according to the National Sporting Goods Foundation, is estimated to be at $1.25 billion.

“This particular vertical market makes a lot of sense for us because the product is a great fit. And pardon the pun, but every time hunters see our trailer, they’re just blown away,” added Cole.

Another attractive feature for hunting enthusiasts is Campa’s Rooftop-style tents. Portions of the tent, which are elevated above the trailer, have proved ideal for scouting and can even serve as a tree stand substitute.

In addition to the ATT, Campa USA offers its Disaster Reconnaissance System (DRS) to emergency management, military and disaster relief officials. Cole contends that both trailer brands provide applications across a broad spectrum of industries.

“Because of the modular design of our units, we serve a wide variety of markets. We see customers really get creative with how the systems are used,” noted Cole.

Founded in 2004, Campa USA has experienced recent growth and is actively seeking dealers and partners nationwide to help promote and distribute its trailers.

For more information, please visit www.campausa.com .

Tom Remington

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