You can go off-road camping all year long with these new, lightweight teardrop trailers from Escapod.
These teardrop trailers have better natural lighting by day and amazing views of the starry sky at night.
The ultralight Droplet teardrop trailer has a half-dome window in the front, comfy queen bed inside, and full kitchen around back.
These compact teardrop trailers from Timberleaf have a fully insulated cabin.
Check out this quirky teardrop trailer. It was made entirely from scratch and painted to look like a cartoon whale.
Fit for a hobbit, this homemade teardrop-style camper looks just like the home of Bilbo or Frodo Baggins.
The Gidget is an Aussie teardrop camper that lets you comfortably eat inside. Perfect for those rainy camping trips when you don’t want to cook outdoors.
With a little welding and some wood work, you can have your own off road teardrop camper.
Free teardrop camper plans aren’t hard to come by, and we’ve sorted through many to find just the best for you.