This is one of the lightest 4 person travel trailers available. The Toedrop travel trailer is made exclusively for Teardrop Camping Company for our rental customers. The Teardrop Camping Company’s goal is to simplify the camping experience. We think that camping and being outdoors with family and friends is one of life’s greatest simple pleasures. Exploring nature and telling stories around the campfire make memories that last a lifetime. One of the hardest things about camping is managing all of the gear that you need to acquire, maintain and store. Our goal is to eliminate that hassle for you. We try to think of everything you could possibly need, and pack it into the smallest, lightest package we can think of - the teardrop trailer. Our trailers are built with your camping experience in mind, designed to provide every possible comfort and convenience. So all you have to do is dream of a place to go, and enjoy.
The trailer is 14 feet long from hitch to end and 7 feet wide from fender to fender. It has an aluminum exterior and aluminum frame. The interior is Baltic Birch plywood with a shellac finish. The teardrop trailer rides on two 14" radial trailer tires that are rated for towing at highway speeds. The dry weight of the trailer is 1600 lbs. Fully loaded the weight is 2300 lbs and the axel is rated to 3500 lbs. For additional safety, the trailer is equipped with electric brakes and a Curt bluetooth brake controller.
Our trailers have two oversize doors into the sleeping compartment. The inside will sleep two adults on a 6" memory foam queen mattress. The Tepui rooftop tent will comfortably sleep an additional two adults. There are storage shelves for your personal gear and clothes. The two doors have slide open windows with screens, which provide cross ventilation. We also have two exhaust fans which can be turned on to help get rid of any heat or moisture.
Inside the cabin are fresh linens for a queen size 6 inch memory foam mattress.
Down comforter with duvet cover.
Tapui rooftop tent with two sleeping bags.
Dishes and utensils for four.
Pot, pans, strainer, french coffee press, cutting board, mixing bowl and cooking cutlery
Cheese grater, peeler, scissors, can opener, bottle opener and cork screw.
Measuring cups / spoons
Telescoping marshmallow roasters
Washing basins, biodegradable soap, drying rack and dishtowels
YETI 65 cooler
Five gallon water jug and 2 gallon insulated water jug
Propane stove (2 burner) with two 1lb disposable propane bottle
and an additional adapter for the 20lbs bottle
4 headlamps and one battery lantern
Lighters to start the fire pit and stove
Screened picnic table tent
Foldable picnic table
4 camp chairs
Propane campfire ring and refillable 20lbs propane tank
Pop-up privacy tent
Five gallon bucket with toilet seat, toilet paper and poo powder for dry camping
Nemo portable pressurized camp shower and sprayer
Small step ladder
Axe for sectioning fire wood
100 amp hour battery with AC charger. 40' extension cord.
USB and 12 volt charging ports inside cabin and kitchen.
Built in stabilizing/ leveling jacks
Under trailer mounted spare tire
Curt Bluetooth brake controller
Personal bedside reading lights and multi speed fans
Basic First Aid Kit
Smoke/Carbon monoxide detectors
The teardrop is small enough to fit into any campground. If it's a private campground that says full - check anyway - we have found that once they know it's a teardrop they can sometimes squeeze you in. The teardrop is a good dry camp/boondock camper. There is no need for hookups for all the creatures comforts of home. This is camping, not RVing. When you have found your camping spot - unhook the vehicle and go explore, because when you're done exploring you have a place to come back to.
Other things to note
We include a portable propane fire ring. This is great for the instant heat on the cold morning wake up because your do not need to split wood to start the fire. When fire season is too dry to have a wood fire, most of the time propane fires are still ok. I know the s'mores don't taste the same without the smoke. But, I for one, do not miss the smoke in the eyes.