There aren’t a lot of manufacturers offering rear-entry trailers, which we think makes the topic interesting. Rear-entry trailers offer some unique advantages. As Tony writes, they aren’t for everyone. However, if you aren’t aware of this option, we want to keep you in the know so you can make the most educated choice when it’s time to purchase.

For example, notice in the photo above, a front solar panel comes standard on this trailer. Since the door is in the back, that’s where the awning is and we can picture how perfect this would be for camping at some beach sites!

Learn more about the 2021 Aliner Ascape Plus in Tony Barthel’s article here:

https://www.rvtravel.com/rv-review-2021-aliner-ascape-plus/?fbclid=IwAR2JLKozicJu49UIgQ8IJvB2RcQSIm0zpDqQ_VQLIYMdIn58gkWTWKerGLo

That article will open in a new browser, so after you finish that read, jump back over here to check out another rear-entry trailer option.

MyPod trailer by Little Guy Trailers

This might be the perfect option for little car drivers and motorcycle trike owners!

You have got to read Tony’s article about everything included in this little pod!

https://www.rvtravel.com/rv-review-2021-little-guy-mypod/?fbclid=IwAR3SLv3urpKfhfijta-XKqqFMtAv4iRuk8Rx7GDfc-C6KDZMDfCnoQe7JME

If you own one of these trailers, we’d like to hear from you in the comments – tell us about your experience! If you purchase one of these trailers, please be sure to circle back and share photos with us.

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