Check out the Best Teardrop Trailers on the market and see how far we have come in design, function, and craftsmanship since the first Teardrops in the 1930's!


Teardrop Trailers or Teardrop Campers are named after their shape and first became popular in the 1930s, fell into obscurity, then resurged in popularity in the 1990’s.  They are usually between 8 and 10 feet in length, and between 4 and 6 feet in width, with a height around 5 feet.  They are designed to be compact, aerodynamic, and lightweight.  They usually sleep two adults and have a small camp style kitchen in the rear.  However, the word “usually” doesn’t always apply to Teardrop Trailers as many Teardrops you see will be one-off custom units handmade or at least homemade.  There are several manufacturers, and the pre-owned market is considerable.  Prices range from a couple of thousand dollars upwards depending upon several factors such as new or used, finish, and custom features. Read More Below

Colorado Teardrops

Colorado Teardrops

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Hand-crafted Teardrop Trailers

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All of the Timberleaf trailers are fully insulated and hand-crafted. The galley is built with gorgeous Baltic Birch, dovetail joinery and leather handles. You can choose from eleven body colors and each trailer weighs less than 1200 pounds.


If you're looking for a Teardrop, then TC Teardrops needs to be on your list of must-see trailers. With models weighing between 750 to 1100 pounds, these Teardrops are towable by most vehicles. Customize yours with some cool upgrades, and you have your home away from home.  Click on the button below to learn more!

TC Teardrop Trailer

Custom-built Teardrop starting at only $7400

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The small but mighty Teardrop Trailers or Teardrop Campers as they are also known, are affordable, easy to tow, and very nostalgic.  Their teardrop shaped iconic design harkens back to the 1930’s and will keep you in camping comfort when you reach the Big Rock Candy Mountain.  If the more gentile applications for the terms of Hobo, Vagabond, Tramp, Rover, Rambler, or Roamer suits your wandering nature, then there is no more perfect home on the road for you then the Teardrop Trailer.  Whether you are off boondocking in nature, setting up camp at a music festival, or driveway surfing at your long lost cousin’s house in the burbs, a Teardrop Trailer will no doubt accomplish both keeping you cozy at night while keeping you cool (as in hip) during the day.  They have ample sleeping arrangements for two, well-designed camp kitchens in the rear but no restroom facilities. But don’t let that stop you from enjoying all that a Teardrop Trailer can do for you; most places that you set up camp will have either restroom facilities or at the very least bushes!  So get out there and start roaming.  We promise you won’t be disappointed!

// Notable Attributes of a Teardrop Trailer

  • Compact and sleek design allows for easy towing behind most vehicles and even easier set up at almost any campsite.
  • Aerodynamic and lightweight.
  • Capable of sleeping two adults comfortably.
  • Efficient camp kitchens built into most Teardrops.
  • New models are affordable.
  • Many customized models to choose from with a variety of options and finishes.
  • Iconic styling never goes out of fashion.

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