'Ice Shack' Enclosed Trailers


We usually have in stock what we feel is the perfect 'Ice Shack' Trailer, however ANY of our trailers can be made into an Ice Shack. This page will show you what we stock, why, and what options are really nice to have in your new Ice Shack Trailer.

***6X14 Super-Lite Shown with Optional Windows***

***Shown w/ optional Windows, and Stab Jacks

***Shown with optional Windows, Cabinet, Finished Ceiling, and 110V Electrical Package

(ENLARGE) **Optional Window & Pete's Rims

Our standard build for an Ice Shack Trailer is a 6 X 14 plus a 24" V-Nose.  This size fits two ATV's or a Snowmobile in it nicely.  Also the V-Nose gives you better storage and is a perfect place to put the heater when you are out on those cold days.  We like it to have 6 Recessed D-Rings in the floor to tie the machines down.  Also two 30 X 15 Windows (View) get installed right across from each other so it is to check your 'tip ups' at a glance.  We also include a set of Rear Stabilizer Jacks (View Picture 1, Picture 2, Picture 3)  to make sure you have a stable platform when you are walking around in the shack.  Finally, we have an RV Latch (View) installed in the side door to allow you to close the door and still get out from the inside. In addition to that, we leave the bar lock in place to provide added security when the shack is left unattended.  We usually stock this build in both ALL ALUMINUM Frame or Steel Frame.  Don't forget we can make ANY SIZE into a great Ice Shack.   


Click Here and take a look at our Features and FAQ page for a breakdown on what is used by Stealth in their construction and why it is better than other brands.

There are a few options that are a must and a great convenience for your Ice Shack.  These are pictured above.  The Catch Cover Lids are great.  They allow you access to drop your Ice Sleeve in and get you right onto the hole in the ice, yet when they are covered there is a great amount of strength to them.  A Cabinet is also a nice touch.  This allows you to store things in the trailer out of sight from someone looking in the windows.  Also, with a cabinet you could hang your gloves over the heater to let them dry off.

Good question.  I think we can all agree that money
doesn't grow on trees, so it is best to spend it wisely.  With a 'normal' trailer set up as an Ice Shack you can use that trailer for other purposes year round.  Instead of spending MORE money and being limited to using it only for one thing.

  Also with a 'Drop Axle' trailer each tire has it's own suspension, this makes the trailer very wobbly.  This unstable feeling makes for a very unenjoyable drive, especially on a longer trip.  With a 'standard' style axle you will have a heavier duty setup that can be pulled comfortably and often WITHOUT concern.

We here at Pete's, not only sell Ice Shacks, but are ice fisherman ourselves and would be happy to help you set up a shack to fit your needs.  Please give us a call at 715-234-1993 so we can get you what
you're looking for.
Special Orders Welcomed