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Teddybear Teardrop Camper: The All Affordable Micro RV

After running into this teardrop camper by Teddybear Teardrops I just couldn’t help to share it with you.

I’m a big fan of teardrops because they’re easy and cheap to build. And they’re also easy and cheap to tow.

So even if you’re not doing well financially, chances are you can pull one of these off and still get to adventure with your family or significant other or even just by yourself!

It’s a great way to get around and see new things without completely emptying your wallet. And if you’re a beginner builder and want to get your first project under your belt, this may be the best way to go besides building furniture.

Otherwise there are plenty of folks out there who would be willing to build one for you at a pretty affordable price.

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Photo Credits Teddybear Teardrops

I encourage you to tour the rest of this micro camper below (including the amazing galley this one offers):

Full Service Teddybear Teardrop Camper Galley

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Interior of the Teddybear Micro Travel Cabin

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More photos of this teardrop are available here. If you want to order one from them you can learn how here. Just let Bobby know that Alex from Tiny House Talk sent you! He’s located in Marietta, Georgia. You can also “Like” them on Facebook here.

Have you ever seriously considered building or buying a teardrop camper? If so let us know what you’d be most excited to use it for in the comments below and if you want you can always “Like” and share this post using the social buttons below.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!




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  • alice h July 9, 2013, 3:24 pm

    Nicely built. If I were to have a teardrop I would definitely rig up a screened and roofed enclosure that fit over the back where the galley is. It’s so much nicer to cook, eat or read without getting rained on or having a plague of wasps or skeeters hovering around. The overhead door provides some rain cover but not a lot.

    • jerryd July 9, 2013, 9:04 pm

      Good idea Alice. Most all serious Fla trailer/RV people use such screened rooms and a great addition to any TH.

      Because it’s clear finished wood one that covered the unit when stored would be smart. I build clear finished wood/epoxy boats, TH’s, MC’s and cars and a clear finish of most any kind is only good for 6 months in the sun in Fla, longer up north, so keep it covered when not being used.

      My solution is a large awning that covers the unit and an outside shaded area for sitting out of the beating, hot, muggy, sun. ;^P

      The awning will cut your AC bill by 50% as an added bonus itself worth it.

      They did paint the top white for that reason as the roof gets it worse and cuts heat.

      They do look cool but for just a little more you could have much more room and better aero.

  • kat January 4, 2014, 7:02 pm

    I have wanted a tiny house for so long…and because money and I are not good friends…no matter what it seemed out of reach. I have recently been seriously looking at teardrops. I want something easily towable, and safe for my dog and I to sleep in. A tent just didn’t seem enough, as she’d be new to the whole thing. I found these teardrops during a latenight search and fell in love. (these or another by Hillcrest Teardrops also located in GA.) Hillcrest offers a “convertible” style, which I really like…like a screened in bed area..but my only concern with those is the same as owning a convertible…the top can easily be cut with not too much effort. But do love the idea of all the air flow. So, for solid ceiling/roof…I love these. (and as far a cost, much easier to swallow than some of the larger companies.) One day, I’ll have one…and you may not see me for a looooong while… 🙂

  • Bobby January 20, 2014, 1:20 pm

    Give us a yell Kat and we can definitely make it happen for you.

  • LaMarr Bacon May 17, 2015, 7:32 pm

    I’ve been looking at these, and I’m interested in one.

    • Bobby May 18, 2015, 9:56 am

      LeMarr go to our Facebook and give us a call and we can get you one

  • David May 17, 2015, 7:41 pm

    The website appears to be long gone… The facebook page still works though…

    • Bobby May 18, 2015, 9:54 am

      Yes David website is down, but please go to our Facebook page,

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