Many of us remember the days of camping with our family. Perhaps, you even go camping often now. This teardrop camper is the ideal little tiny house on wheels. It’s different than some of our options shown here as it doesn’t have the typical setup, but it’s well worth recognizing as a fun tiny home idea.
Teardrop campers are ideal for hauling behind almost any vehicle. You can pull this anywhere you want behind a car, truck, or van. The small space and low weight make it easier to tow. Plus, it readily fits into many more places for parking to sleep at night.
This one is setup like many with an interior bed and a “trunk” that allow for storage and comfort. The back area opens up just like a trunk you would find on a car, but inside is housed compartments for storage, and a little pull out counter for a mini kitchen.
The back area has multiple spaces for storage. An outlet allows you to tap into electricity for things like added lights, a slow cooker, toaster, or other small appliances for cooking.
This could easily be used for storing your cooler, cooking supplies, food, pots and pans, utensils, or even boots and shoes for hiking a trail at your destination.
Below on one of the bottom shelves is a classic two-burner camp stove that is connected to a small portable propane canister housed below the shelf. This makes preparing meals easy.
I love that the stove is mounted on this little pull out drawer that makes keeping the stove in place and easy to pull out simple. If you prefer home cooked meals while out camping, this makes that simple to manage.
Inside this camper you’ll find a comfortable mattress for sleep, but the built in shelf and storage is ideal for keeping everything handy. I love that there are outlets in this space for charging electronics.
The bins here have lids that pop down so easily that you can put anything here and keep it out of site when wanted. This can be used for clothing storage, or simply to tuck away things like chargers, favorite books, or little toiletries needed regularly.
Electronics are such a necessary part of our daily life now that making sure you can charge easily is a must. This showcases how the back trunk has not just outlets but chargers built in. How handy is that?
A teardrop camper doesn’t include the traditional kitchen or living space. It doesn’t have a bathroom or running water. So, it is designed to be parked where you can have outside bathroom and water function.
If you like to truly rough it, you won’t mind this at all. For those who prefer a little more traditional, this is a camper that is great for short stays in RV parks or campgrounds with amenities nearby.
The interior is simply a space for a bed. There is a window on the door plus a sunlight that allows for natural light, but you will also love the added track lights around the ceiling and lamps for late night light to read a book.
You can easily find ways to hang clothing, add a shelf or bin here and there, or utilize the ceiling space for bags or baskets that can hold needed items. This space is simple and small, but functional.
The front end of the teardrop camper has an enclosed area in front of the hitch. This space is ideal for storing the propane tank attached to the stove in the back. If you aren’t using that feature, it’s great for using to store tools, extra water, and other camping supplies.
For those looking for a smaller way to try out the tiny house lifestyle, this is a great choice. A small home on wheels that is ideal for living off grid and boondocking, the tiny camper is a perfect choice for a couple or single individual.
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