Superior Trailers Built To Last

Elk Creek Trailers is a custom made to order trailer manufacturer. You can choose from our many standard field-tested layouts or request a trailer built exactly to your requirements.

Superior Construction

The all-steel frame, aluminum skin, and lack of wood or fiberglass on the exterior means your trailer will be long-lasting and easy to maintain. No more worries about faded or delaminated walls – our trailers are built to last.

Superior Weather Protection

Our roof skin composite is much stronger than rubber, vinyl, or aluminum; it will not degrade, rip, or expand and contract like the prior. Because it is sealed on the sides, it will not retain water, which can lead to leaks. It's so strong you can even walk on the trailer roof.

Save Thousands on Shipping

Since we are the ONLY trailer manufacturer in the Southwest, you could potentially save $1000’s on shipping depending on your location

Custom Finishes Available

Choose from multiple finishes. Vinyl, industrial grade waterproof vinyl, coin flooring, diamond plating, powder coated steel, real wood, commerical grade vinyl grade flooring, solid surface countertops and more.

Choose Your Own Custom Colors

We have more color choices (15) than any other restroom trailer manufacturer. If you can dream it up we can paint it! Custom colors and trailer wraps are also available. .

Winter Packages Available

We offer several different cold weather packages; The price is determined based on each model and any options chosen. Pricing to be determined depending on trailer size.

2 Year Warranty

All trailers come with a 2 year warranty.

Training and Guidance

If you are new to the restroom trailer, sink trailer, shower trailer industry we are happy to provide training and support when launching your new business.

Elk Creek Trailers VS The Competition

The new standard in Restroom Trailers

Elk Creek Trailers are the most durable, longest lasting trailers on the market today. All of our trailers are built to order, much like new home construction. We don't use a lightweight, modified RV-style chassis frame - beware of these types of frames, as they are inferior and won't hold up.