The trailer we tested costs about $13,000. It is a M.O.A.B. Fort package D, which retails for $10,995 and then includes the following options: rear awning, larger tires, BBQ grill, and electric tent lift, to name a few. Bivouac Camping Trailers, LLC.How do I set up my bivouac fort for camping?
Bivouac Camping Trailers, LLC. Once in camp the first thing you must do to set up the Fort’s camping capability is to disconnect the securing straps over the Tepui tent cover. A single heavy-duty zipper encircles the base of the tent the cover. Unzip it to remove the cover.Why is it called Mother of all bivouacs?
For the M.O.A.B., or Mother Of All Bivouacs, Rick and Ron wanted two things when they came up with the name: a cool, easily remembered moniker and a reference to Moab, Utah. The M.O.A.B. Fort is an unusual utility trailer with an inside storage capacity of 19.7 cubic feet.