Originally Posted by Gwen H
I do wish someone would add to the discussion who has had recent experience with Trillium Outback. It is my favorite floorplan of the small fiberglass
trailers because they use a curtain to separate the toilet area rather than walls, which has got to eliminate a lot of weight
, plus it adds light to the trailer. It also has an extended kitchen counter for prep space. I don't think you could fit more than one or two people in there anyway so privacy shouldn't be a problem. I also have a 3500 pound tow limit to be mindful of.
We got our Trillium Outback four weeks ago. It is easy to tow (1,500 pounds) and we find it really comfortable for 2 people. There is no toilet in our trailer but the kitchen counter, table, benches and closet are all great and built with fiberglass
, which makes everything durable and light. Windows
and ceiling fan are excellent. Went camping with it for the last three weekends and everything looks good and works fine. Regarding the mixed reviews and delayed delivery complaints, our trailer was delivered six weeks after the agreed date. Not too bad considering that these are unique, hand made trailers.