Tiny and tough—who would believe a teardrop trailer that defies its name? Teardrop trailers provide a more substantial haven in which to sleep when traveling than a typical tent. They are lightweight, easy to pull, and less expensive than a full travel trailer or motorhome. Not only is the initial investment smaller than what is required for an RV, the cost for fuel when towing them is far less. This makes a teardrop trailer one of the most versatile camping options available.
What about towing a Teardrop trailer over rough terrain though? As this tough teardrop trailer proves, a smaller trailer can be just as capable of navigating off-road trips as its larger competitors. See if this camper convinces you, then share with your friends and compare notes.
The Tough Teardrop Trailer’s Exterior
The rough and tumble exterior sports heavy-duty off-road tires. Within seconds of parking, it can be set up to entirely support itself, allowing you to disconnect.
It has a 6×6-foot Scipio awning and an optional roof top tent for additional occupants.
The Trailer’s Cabin
Although it looks small on the outside, it is surprisingly roomy on the inside. It features a full size mattress that sleeps two. Modern elements, such as an AM/FM/CD radio with an iPod input, ensure comfort while traveling off-road in this tough teardrop trailer.
It also has 12-volt outlets, USB outlets, and LED cabin lights.
Teardrop Trailer Galley
This teardrop comes equipped with a full galley in a limited space. The two-burner propane stove is easily slid out of the way.
The ice chest or mini-fridge is also installed on a locking slider for convenience. It has a 30-gallon fresh water tank and a sink mounted on the side with an electric pump. It even has an LED light bar for cooking after dark.
The Trailer’s Storage
It may be small, but this tough teardrop trailer provides ample storage space. It features lockable storage boxes in the front for stowing camping equipment, collapsible chairs, grills, or other things that you want to keep secure. There are also several shelves, cubbies, and cup holders. If that doesn’t offer enough room, the roof rack multiplies the storage space. There is even a 2-inch receiver on the back for mounting your bike rack.
What do you think?
Obviously, this tough teardrop trailer is capable of a lot. In addition to everything else it even comes equipped with a first aid kit. Would you go for an amazing off-road camping trip in this tiny tough trailer? Well guess what?
You’re in luck because this custom built off-road trailer is available for rent! Visit Off the Grid.com for more information and to view the rental calendar.
If you were impressed by this small trailer, please share with your family and friends who enjoy RVs or the off-roading capabilities of ATVs. If they like them individually, they are sure to appreciate this choice combination.