Teardrop Camper Trailers

Welcome to TeardropTravelTrailers.com

More and more people are enjoying the comforts and ease of a teardrop camper – camper trailer.  Whether you’ve been thinking about building your own or just want to purchase one from a professional teardrop manufacturer, you are about to enter a small  group of people we like to call tear-droppers.  Growing in numbers that date back to the 1930’s, teardrop trailers are making a huge comeback these days.  One main reason is the economics of it, you can pull a teardrop camper with so many more vehicles than a traditional travel trailer.  A lot smaller and a bunch lighter means fuel savings.  Enjoy this website: Teardrop News, Pictures, Stories, Video’s and more…

Discover Teardrop Trailers in your state


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South Dakota   Tennessee   Texas   Utah   Vermont   Virginia   Washington

West Virginia   Wisconsin   Wyoming

Discover Teardrop Trailers in Australia

Aussie Teardrop Campers – Camping goes retro

Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper – 11 Deakin St, Brendale QLD 4500, Australia +61 7 3142 2410

Riptide Campers – Largest Aussie made teardrop campers.  27 Harrington St, Arundel QLD 4214, Australia +61 7 5594 9150

Discover Teardrop Trailers in Canada

Car-Go Trailers – 1st manufacturer of quality vintage style teardrops in Canada. 3644 Rue Pascal Gagnon, Terrebonne, QC J6X 4J2, Canada +1 514-961-4755

DROPLET – New age Teardrop Trailer

The Teardrop Trailer – You know you want one

Discover Teardrop Trailers in the UK

All Sports Trail – Teardrop trailers sales & hire

Get Your Kicks on Route 66

A few years ago my wife Debbie and I bought a 1940 Ford street rod. I was excited about a new hobby, she wrote it off as “midlife crisis”. We had taken a few short trips in the old car but were looking for something more. Route 66 came up as a possibility. After doing a little research we decided that would be number one on our bucket list. Read Article…


American Teardrop  Trailers Built in America by Americans


Hand-Built Teardrop Camper Trailer with Solar Power & Running Water

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