Fit for a hobbit, this homemade teardrop-style camper looks just like the home of Bilbo or Frodo Baggins.
Tired of the high costs of renting in the UK, Adam Croft and Nikki Pepperell converted a Ford van into their dream apartment for less than $16,000.
Living in an HOA, this California couple wanted a small trailer to store in their garage. They re-created a 1962 Serro Scotty camper with their own design.
A young photographer and her mother restored this fiberglass BIOD Bambi into a dream camper with a tiny kitchen and a bed.
Keep black and gray water odors away and RV tanks clean with this frugal homemade RV holding tank deodorizer recipe known as “The Geo Method.”
Sharon hand-built her “MyAway” trailer over the course of a few years. She can stand up inside, and the entire frame still fits in the garage.
Campers are not just for camping. These vintage-style trailers and vans allow restaurant and clothing shop owners to make money with very low overhead.
This Miracle Whip safe is an ingenious way to conceal valuable items – in your refrigerator!
Adding two DIY solar panels to his rig gave this RV owner enough juice to stay off grid for up to three days.
With a little welding and some wood work, you can have your own off road teardrop camper.