I’ve always been a fan of teardrop campers because they’re lightweight and inexpensive.

And that gives people the ability to travel and go on adventures at affordable prices.

With most teardrops you can even use 4-cylinder vehicles to tow. So you also save big on gas.

They’re ultra-light weight and super compact versions of RVs or travel trailers.

And whether you want to go out to hunt, camp, fish or adventure.. One of these little fellas would make a great tag along.

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And if you have a large motorcycle, you can probably tow it. I encourage you to tour the rest of this micro camper called The Simple Sleeper Teardrop by Trekker Trailers below (it even has A/C!):

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This Teardrop Trailer Even Has A/C!

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Interior with Storage Underneath (And A/C)

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And when not using the space for storage, it actually also works as a way to turn the sleeping area into a couch so you can lounge and hang out in the air conditioned space… Even during the hot summer days.

With Bed Set Up

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Simple Sleeper Teardrop Camper Floor Plan

 

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Can Be Towed by Large Motorcycles & Small Cars

It’s compact size is one of it’s greatest features because it’s so easy and inexpensive to tow.

Even More Storage Outside

This model comes with a 2-inch receiver in the rear where you can install a cargo basket, bicycle rack, or anything else you might need so you can take all of your gear with you.

More Specs on this Tiny Teardrop Camper

  • Dimensions: 7’6″ (L) x 4′ to 5′ (W) x 4′ (H)
  • Weight: 650 lbs
  • Tires: 13″ high speed
  • Construction: Premium hardwood ply with aluminum skin

The base model includes: A/C, rear cargo rack, drop floor, 2 doors and the mattress. It currently MRSPs for $4,900 for the 4′ wide version or $5,900 for the 5′ wide model.

Additional Options You Can Add If You Wanted

  • Portable Sink for $250
  • Roof Rack for $195
  • 15-watt Solar Charger for $200

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How to Get Your Own Little Sleeper

Learn more about The Little Sleeper Teardrop Camper over at Trekker Trailers.

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  • Dawn Langton September 7, 2013, 4:33 pm

    I own a Simple Sleeper teardrop made by Trekker and I love it!

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    • Alex September 11, 2013, 3:51 pm

      I forgot yours was from there. How awesome! Hope you’re well, Dawn.

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      • Dawn Langton September 11, 2013, 3:59 pm

        Doing great, Alex! Your site is more fun to read every day.

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        • Alex September 11, 2013, 4:51 pm

          Thanks! :D

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  • Dawn Langton September 7, 2013, 4:54 pm

    I own a Simple Sleeper teardrop by Trekker Trailers and I love it!

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  • Robert September 7, 2013, 6:45 pm

    5-6 thousand dollars? My 136sq ft with 56 sq ft loft trailer mounted tiny house didn’t cost $5000 to build.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOCGd2h1Zxs from several years ago before final trim work and hand built furniture. Bathroom with shower,kitchen,thermal mass rocket stove,40Inch LED LCD TV,solar lighting,gas stove,propane instant water for shower and sink.
    Teardrops are nice but you can build your own for way under 5-6 tho

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    • Drew September 7, 2013, 9:34 pm

      How did you build the entire house for less than six thousand dollars? everything I’ve read says that in order to do that you must exclusively use reclaimed wood; however, in your video it doesn’t appear thats what you did.

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      • Robert September 12, 2014, 9:47 pm

        All the wood was purchased in one batch from a seller on craigslist. 2×4’s 2×6’s all new and straight. Contractor with left overs from a job. I bought more than enough for the tiny house $160 and some new windows double pane grid windows in the same deal. picked up solid oak flooring for free also brand new from a guy doing an addition to his Craftsman house and had 150sq ft left over,again on craigslist. All the sheathing for walls and roof was donated by a glass company that uses it for packing windows for shipping and I asked while buying some more windows from their sample room. Trailer I bought a travel trailer for $200 and tore it down to the bare trailer and reinforces it as the rolling foundation.
        Going on 5 years now living happy and mortgage free on 5 acres of land i rent a spot on for $160 a month,high speed internet,power when needed,water,cable TV.
        Most of my power is solar,free wood from a local cabinet shop for feeding the rocket stove thermal mass for heat in the winter. Use grid power in the hottest days of summer to cool the place if needed with an 8000btu A/C unit bought on closeout for $100 at a local big box store.
        It can be done without spending $20K or more.
        Robert

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    • Alex September 11, 2013, 3:52 pm

      Yeah but the company is doing all the labor for you.. You spent many, many hours doing that.

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  • jerryd September 7, 2013, 7:14 pm

    Anyone trying to run this behind a 2 wh MC is going to die!! DON’T do it.

    I actually run trailers behind my various MC EV’s and this one is way too much windage and weight that isn’t even centered thus putting too big of forces in either a sidewind or in a turn.

    Nor is it aero other than being small frontal area. Fact is it’s aero is rather bad from the too steep rear roof curve to the wheels/fenders causing big drag for it’s size.

    That said behind a small car it’s not bad as most of it is in the cars draft. Though a truly aero one would gather the cars dirty air and clean it up reducing both vehicle’s drag, increasing mileage quite a bit over this one.

    Make the sides slightly curved, wheels under or with pants and make the rear a wagon back cut off with only a 6” curve drop from the roof max height and drag would be 1/3rd if done right!! Even cut the car’s aero drag if you make it slightly larger than the car cross section.

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    • Alex September 11, 2013, 3:53 pm

      Thanks for the tips Jerry

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  • cheryl lowery September 12, 2014, 2:52 pm

    Yeah! Stick it to the man! Go away motel prices!!!

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  • Paul September 12, 2014, 6:55 pm

    @James McKoy… remember there is this funny thing called exchange rates, so Aussie dollars are NOT on a par with US… and, as somebody else noted, wages in Australia across the board are livable. They don’t have large numbers of illegal immigrants who are willing to work for peanuts so the rest of the population can have el cheapo meals etc.

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