The smallest of the game's available safehouses, the interior is divided into three sections: a large living area which takes up the majority of the trailer and contains a table (with a case of Pißwasser beer on top of it), countertop, working television and radio (which is tuned to Los Santos Rock Radio), a small bedroom at the rear where Trevor's wardrobe and bed are located (another television can be found in this room, though it cannot be used as the screen is smashed), and a miniscule restroom across from the main entrance which contains a health pack.
Other items including a calendar (which is open to the month of August), a poster of the model Hailey Downs, Mollis and Lax to the Max pills and a rolled-up sock (which is used by Trevor to huff gas) can be found around the trailer.
The south side of the trailer has a prefabricated patio leading up to the main entrance, while over on the north side is a cluttered two-car garage with a driveway leading onto Marina Drive.
The trailer is extremely untidy, but goes through various stages of cleanliness as the story progresses (the player can even see some Cockroaches running around the floor). Following the murder of Johnny Klebitz, The Lost MC ransack the trailer in retaliation. Following Trevor's kidnapping of Patricia Madrazo, he, Patricia and Michael lay low in the trailer, and Patricia spends her time tidying the trailer.
By the time she leaves, the trailer is practically spotless, but quickly reverts to its "normal" untidy state, and cockroaches can be seen in the enhanced version. A still can sometimes be found on the west side with Ron operating it. This can appear when switching to Trevor or when approaching the trailer while playing as any of the three protagonists. If playing as Trevor, there will be dialog relating to needing to remain independent of the liquor companies.
- Trevor Philips
- Michael De Santa (Caida Libre - Monkey Business)
- Patricia Madrazo (Caida Libre - Monkey Business)
- Trevor's Bodhi
- Michael's Premier (Minor Turbulence-Monkey Business)
- Ron's Blazer (after the campaign is completed, and only if option B or C is chosen)
- Player's choice vehicle (must be stored inside Trevor's garage)
- GTA V
- Strangers And Freaks Missions
- GTA Online
- Romance Isn't Dead
- Turbine Carbine
- Lost My Mind
- Crystal Clear Out
- Method in the Madness
- Chopper Tail
- Dirt Road
- Close Action
- If the player stores any bike or motorcycle in the garage, these vehicles will eventually move to the left side of the garage. If the player has stored two bikes in the garage, they will be unable to access one of them as they will both be too close together. This will require the player to remove one of the bikes from the garage to access the other, before replacing the other one back in the garage.
- Although Trevor is the trailer's owner, he receives frequent unannounced visits from Ron. He can often be found around the trailer's yard and bemoaning his perpetual sad state.
- This is the only safehouse (and garage) that can be used by two different protagonists. Franklin is the only protagonist who cannot enter the trailer.
- If Michael shoots or fires rockets at his trailer when he lives there, he'll still get a call or text by Trevor telling him to stop. If Franklin shoots or fire rockets even when Michael is living here, it will always be Trevor calling/texting Franklin to stop.
- If the player visits Trevor's trailer as a different protagonist they can sometimes see Trevor outside his garage with a bottle of whiskey, drunk and throwing Grenades, inside taking a dump on his toilet or laying on his bed. The player cannot interact with Trevor whilst he is doing these things. If the player switches to Trevor whilst he is throwing grenades, the bottle of whiskey will be gone and he will sober up. When Michael is living in the trailer he can sometimes be found chatting with Patricia inside the trailer. Similarly, he also cannot be interacted with. If the player is Michael and sees Trevor laying on his bed, he will tell Michael to go away. If Michael sees Trevor taking a dump, he either complains about his constipation or just moans.
- Despite technically being a hostage, Patricia Madrazo may occasionally be found outside the trailer, tending the garden. There may also be occasions where she isn't present at all, though Trevor and Michael do not seem concerned by this.
- In one of the character switch scenes involving Trevor, he can be found trying to flush a foot inside the trailer's toilet. The scene is depicted in the GTA V gameplay Trailer when they introduce Trevor, albeit with a different performance. While in the video he is cursing and making a mess trying to flush the foot, in the game he just stomps it in and says "bye bye foot". He might alternatively shout "Flush for fuck sakes"!
- While Michael is living in the trailer, his initial wardrobe will be limited to a dirty grey suit, though any clothes purchased during his exile will appear in the wardrobe.
- All cars that are stored in the garage will become dirty over time, even after leaving them to be repaired. The closest way to clean them is by going to the Los Santos Customs on Route 68.
- From the outside, it can be seen that the trailer is longer towards the west side than the interior dimensions show. This is because of an extra compartment of the trailer beyond Trevor's bedroom, which would be accessible only from an exterior door further down from the main entrance. This could possibly be a small space reserved for Ron, or Wade. However, the player is unable to access it themselves.