Chalet Trailboss

  • Refrigerator (3 cubic foot)
  • Cooktop with Cover (2 Burner, Propane)
  • Furnace (16k BTU)
  • Exhaust Fan (3-Speed Reversible)
  • Opening Roof Vent
  • AM/FM Stereo with CD-DVD Player
  • 12 volt Electric Water Pump
  • 15 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
  • 35 amp Converter
  • 12v and TV Cable Outlet
  • Interior and Exterior Lighting
  • Dual Batteries
  • Durable Wood Grain Vinyl Flooring
  • Coordinating Interior Décor (Cushions, Roof and A-Wall Hinge Covers and Curtains)
  • Hardwood Cabinet Doors
  • Single Bowl Acrylic Sink with Sink Cover/Cutting Board
  • Cold Water Swivel Faucet
  • Portable Table with Folding Legs
  • Rear Bike Rack Receiver (2″ Bolt-on)
  • External BBQ quick disconnect
  • Dual Propane Tanks Including Automatic Change-Over Regulator
  • Large Molded Front Cargo Box
  • Water Heater (6 Gallon) with Outside Shower
  • Trail Boss Package (4” Raised Suspension, 14” Wheels with Off-Road Tires, Heavy Duty Jacks, and Dual Step)
  • Outdoor Speakers (2)
The Chalet Arrowhead Trailboss has proven to be a staff and local Bozemanite favorite- for good reason. These are a very unique, super-premium, hard-sided, pop-up travel trailers. Translated, this equals: easy to tow, go-anywhere, and bear safe.

The Trailboss model is the smallest camper we offer, and those that work here will argue, the coolest. There is no bathroom. There is no television. There is no microwave. There is a stovetop, fridge, furnace, water heater, sink, outside shower, queen sized bed, dinette (folds into a full sized bed), ample storage and go-anywhere capability. There is also 2x propane tanks and 2x battery. There is also a ton of external storage in the roto-molded bins in front of trailer. And giant knobby tires and raised suspension.

The Trailboss is perfect for the couple, small family, or some buddies to explore the backroads and secret spots in Montana. We cannot emphasize enough how much we like these. The bare-bones nature is perfect for boondocking at the ample Fishing Access Sites across the state and getting away from the RV parks.

Inside the Trailboss it is efficient, bright (tons of windows!), and surprisingly spacious. On the road, you hardly even notice this thing is behind you. At the campsite, you will be the envy of everyone around you, that is of course if you choose to camp near anyone else!