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Teton Backcountry Rentals rents fully-equipped 4×4 truck campers! Four-wheel drive means unbeatable access to the best remote camping in the area!

Our trucks are equipped with campers in partnership with Four Wheel Campers of Jackson Hole.

Our Rigs

Grandby Truck Camper 2021

The Grandby is our largest pop-up truck camper and comes mounted on a four-wheel drive GMC Sierra. We are acquiring a brand new Grandby mated to a full-length truck bed for the summer 2021 season! Pictures below are from our 2017 model but the new Grandby will be very similar in appearance with updated amenities like an all electric fridge and solar panels. Best of all it’s brand new!

Four Wheel Camper Grandby
Camper Exterior Video
Camper Interior Video

Camper Info

Seats 6 people 

The full-size GMS Sierra pickup truck sits up to six people. This doesn’t consider your luggage and gear storage needs, however.

Sleeps 4 

The Grandby camper is our largest camper, sleeping up to 4 individuals. Featuring a large queen+ size bed, the seating area also coverts into a second bed.

Four wheel Campers have pop-top roofs. This allows for better gas mileage when driving, but standing-room height when in camper-mode. Easily deployed, the hydraulic-assisted roof pops open after unsecuring a few latches.

 

  • Queen+ size bed
  • Seating and table make a second bed
  • 20 gallon fresh water storage
  • 6 gallon hot water heater
  • Outdoor shower
  • Dual-battery system with 12-Volt & USB power outlets
  • Kitchen: sink, 2 burner stove and fridge/freezer
  • Propane heater

 

$239/day (3 day minimum. Includes 150 miles, $0.25/mi after first 150 miles)

 

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Hawk Truck Camper 2021

Introducing our second Hawk and newest addition to the truck camper fleet! This truck camper is brand new for the summer 2021 season. It will be mounted on a four-wheel drive truck similar to our Chevy Silverado. Photos below are from our 2017 Hawk camper. The color may be slightly different, but amenities and offerings will be same or better.

Camper Info

Seats 6 people 

The full-size pickup truck sits up to six people. This doesn’t consider your luggage and gear storage needs, however.

Sleeps 3 

The Grandby camper is our largest camper, sleeping up to 3 individuals. Featuring a queen size bed, the seating area also coverts into a second bed.

Four wheel Campers have pop-top roofs. This allows for better gas mileage when driving, but standing-room height when in camper-mode. Easily deployed, the hydraulic-assisted roof pops open after unsecuring a few latches.

 

  • Queen size bed
  • Seating and table make a second bed
  • 20 gallon fresh water storage
  • Dual-battery system with 12-Volt power outlet
  • Kitchen: sink, 2 burner stove and fridge/freezer
  • Propane heater
  • Trailer hitch for bike racks and hauling toys
  • Solar power charging system

 

$239/day (3 day minimum. Includes 150 miles, $0.25/mi after first 150 miles)

 

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Hawk Truck Camper 2017

This Hawk Truck Camper also comes mounted on a four-wheel drive Chevy Silverado

Camper Info

Seats 6 people 

The full-size Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck sits up to six people. This doesn’t consider your luggage and gear storage needs, however.

Sleeps 3 

The Grandby camper is our largest camper, sleeping up to 3 individuals. Featuring a queen size bed, the seating area also coverts into a second bed.

Four wheel Campers have pop-top roofs. This allows for better gas mileage when driving, but standing-room height when in camper-mode. Easily deployed, the hydraulic-assisted roof pops open after unsecuring a few latches.

 

  • Queen size bed
  • Seating and table make a second bed
  • 20 gallon fresh water storage
  • Dual-battery system with 12-Volt power outlet
  • Kitchen: sink, 2 burner stove and fridge/freezer
  • Propane heater
  • Trailer hitch for bike racks and hauling toys
  • Solar power charging system

 

$229/day (3 day minimum. Includes 150 miles, $0.25/mi after first 150 miles)

 

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Our adventure rigs are ready to take you on a journey through Jackson Hole and the Greater Yellowstone region.

Camper FAQ

Where am I allowed to camp?

You are allowed to take advantage of free camping in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. There are many easily accessed National Forest roads around Jackson Hole that offer amazing views without the crowds of established campgrounds. Inside Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, you are required to sleep at established campgrounds. With our camper you are not restricted to RV campgrounds, but can easily park and sleep at even the smallest sites.

What is included with the camper rental?

A few camping essentials are included:

  • Camp Box with cookware and cutlery for 4
  • Stove
  • Cooler
  • Camp Chairs
What is it like to drive?

Driving our 4×4 truck camper is just like driving a pickup truck – because it is a pickup truck! Parking lots and tight roads are a breeze because of its low profile. No need for sweaty palms thinking about driving a huge RV around mountain roads. For muddy and wintery conditions, switch it into 4×4 and enjoy the safety of a four wheel drive truck.

Is there a bathroom in it?

No. If you are camping at an established campground in the parks, there will be pit toilets available. If you are enjoying the National Forest, you may have to “rough it” and “water a tree” or dig a hole!

Where do you put luggage and gear?

There is plenty of room in the camper for luggage and gear while you are driving. When you are ready to camp, lift the roof, take out the chairs, and toss your luggage in the cab of the truck.

Do you recommend renting other gear for a better experience?

Folding tables make a good additional to this camper rental. They can be nice for sitting outside the camper. If that is something you’d like to have on your trip, we can add those to your order. We also recommend having bear spray and educating yourself about spending time in grizzly country!

We are a family of 5. Should we still rent the camper? Where does everyone sleep?

Yes! Parents sleep in the comfortable camper bed and the kids get a rental tentsleeping bags, and pads to have that “roughing it” experience!

We'd like to visit Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Where can we camp?

For camping around Grand Teton National Park, refer to the Grand Teton Lodge Company. Here you can see the campground options and even book some sites online

For camping around Yellowstone National Park, refer to Yellowstone Campgrounds or Yellowstone National Park Lodges. Through those sites you can book campsites and lodging online. There are also park-run campsites that are listed on the first site that are operated on a first-come, first-served basis.

How do we insure the vehicle during the rental period?

There are two options for insuring your camper rental.

  1. If you have car insurance, there is a chance your insurance company will write a “binder” promising to cover the camper during your rental. Providing proof of this at least one week prior to your rental is required.
  2. The second option is to purchase insurance through Outdoorsy . This pricing is based off a percentage of the rental price.
    • Under $1,300: 20%
    • $1301 – $2500: 17%
    • $2501 – $5000: 14%
    • $5001+: 11%
What is the cancellation policy?

A 25% non-refundable deposit required to make reservation. Full rental cost must be paid 30 days prior to pick up. If cancelled within 30 days of pickup, there will be no refund issued. We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance for last minute cancellations.