The 2022 inTech Terra Oasis is a 26-foot travel trailer with unibody construction made using an all-aluminum, all-tube welded cage frame and chassis. It rides on a tandem torsion axle and comes finished in fiberglass, including a one-piece curving roof, and has a forward tilt design complete with a panoramic windshield. Grab your preferred beverage and get cozy on the sofa; we have stumbled upon another luxury camper trailer that we think you’ll enjoy.
Headquartered in Nappanee, Indiana, inTech manufactures a wide range of trailers from recreational to industrial. Sold through a nationwide dealer network, the Terra Oasis will sleep up to four and has a starting price of $68,950. This modern travel trailer has all the amenities to make you comfortable and happy on the road. It is available in two packages, base or Rover (an off-road trim), and offers other optional equipment to help you maximize utility.
Beginning in the bedroom, it has windows on all sides with pulldown shades, an upholstered headboard, a 32-inch TV mounted via a swivel arm, and a barn door with frosted glass. You can choose between a queen or twin beds setup. The queen layout provides a lot of storage, whereas the twin gives you more walkthrough space. Should you opt for the queen, that adds two nightstands, a small wardrobe closet, and extra storage underneath the bed.
At the top, you’ll find plenty of overhead compartments, including two cubbies with blue accent lights and elastic bands to hold belongings securely in place. This cubby interior design theme extends to the rest of the trailer. Additional bedroom goodies include dual speakers, reading lights, 120-volt outlets, USB ports, and a MaxxAir vent fan.
The kitchen is well equipped with a full-size refrigerator and is a chef’s dream come true. It boasts a farmhouse sink, microwave convection, two-burner stove with a glass top, hood range, quartz countertop, and a commercial-style kitchen faucet. You get a generous amount of storage, too, perfect for cookware, utensils, and condiments.
Over in the lounging area, a massive panoramic window offers an epic view of the outside and allows ample natural light to enter. The dinette has a u-shaped seating arrangement and transforms into a bed when you drop down the rotating table. And there’s enough room for a small group to gather, ideal for an evening margarita party, a game of dominos, or whatever floats your boat.
How could we forget about the bathroom? This equally important amenity splits into two rooms that separate the toilet and shower and are closed off by heavy-duty doors. The toilet room doubles down as a dressing area. It features a large backlit mirror, a corner sink with a wrap-around countertop, a small window, a roof vent, ceiling light, and plentiful storage. On the other side, you have a decent size shower with a full-length door-mounted mirror, a mesh toiletry organizer, an area to sit, and another roof vent.
Options include a 14-foot automatic retractable awning with two wind settings, a slide-out kitchen, a Norcold portable fridge, and solar with lithium batteries. The Rover package adds rugged decals, a 3.0-inch lift, blackout wheels sporting all-terrain tires, and an aluminum tube rear bumper. Standard equipment comprises a fold-away double step, backup camera pre-wiring, LED lighting, a two-inch receiver rated at 175 pounds, exterior spray port hook-up, and three storage compartments.
As for specifications, dry weight rings in at about 5,700 pounds, while the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) is 7,500 pounds. The net carrying capacity ranges from 1,650 to 1,850 pounds. Other figures that may interest you are the (base) 13.5 inches of ground clearance, a 21-inch ball height, and tongue weight rated between 725 and 790 pounds. Water tank capacities include 44 gallons of fresh, 39 gallons of gray, and 39 gallons of black.
Tall people will relish this travel trailer; it has a 7-foot interior height and is nearly 8-feet wide. There are eight windows in total, which can come in handy when you are not running the standard 15,000 BTU air conditioner. You also get a 25,000 BTU furnace, a six-gallon electric or gas heater, and woven vinyl flooring.
All cabinetry throughout has soft-close doors and drawers that slide smoothly. And if the thought of flying rocks hitting that beautiful front-facing window has you panicking, don’t worry, a heavy-duty padded cover takes care of business.