this is a cool... umm... hot idea!
I've never thought of a wood burner in a trailer.
No worries about that infernal moisture that comes with the LP furnace.
A log burner will run without power
As long as it's properly shielded on the walls and floor, this could be good.
Would you stack it out the roof or the wall?
But... log burners are a lot of work and they can bring in little buggies that are hitch hiking under the bark. Pellets are a great thing, but they need a dry place to be stored, once those pellets take on rain/snow melt, its all over.
My grand father always said: "A wood stove warms you about six times: cutting the wood, splitting the wood, stacking the wood, carrying the wood, and finally burning the wood!"