This tiny & light fiberglass camper doubles as a boat.

It’s a mashup of a teardrop trailer, fiberglass camper, and a paddle boat.

Since it’s lightweight, it can be towed by just about any vehicle including 4 cylinder cars.

This would make for a perfect adventure toy that just about anyone can haul.

At just 32 square feet, it’s not tiny.. It’s micro, but like I said earlier, it’s more of an adventure vehicle than anything.

It’s in new condition built on a 4 x 8 frame and weighs a total of 650 lbs.

Wouldn’t it be great to get to travel the country with something like this to take with you?

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Photo Credit American Dream Trailer Company

I encourage you to look at the rest of the photos below: 

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No need to spend lots of money on gasoline, heavy campers, and pricey toys when you can tow something as compact and useful as this. What would you add to this camper to make it better meet your needs? I’d love to hear your ideas in the comments.

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The manufacturer is called American Dream Trailer and the paddle boat seamlessly fits atop the camper.

You might be happy to hear that it’s currently for sale and listed over at Tiny House Listings for $5,800.

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Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity too. Thank you!

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  • sesameB

    sweet!!!! just sweet!!!!

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  • Meredith

    This is our AMERICAN DREAM TRAILERBOAT! Really!!! We have had the pleasure of working with Paul, who built this beauty, and have several ideas..from a pullout camper oven with 2 burner stove and griddle to plans for an awning. I can’t wait to pick it up, begin accessorizing and personalizing our new travel companion. The nice part is the simplicity. Take only what you need and leave the rest behind (in our tiny house in the city). The boat is crowning jewel. Thank you for giving more exposure to the Trailerboat, Paul Dahlman and his wife, and their commitment to reviving simple living both on land and on the water.

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  • Marsha Cowan

    It’s great, especially for people like my husband who goes camping just to fish. Though the inside is cool, i could not see the sleeping arrangement. I assume that the sofa becomes a large bed. If so, cudos to you for your creativity! I like it! You could add strong hooks at each end of th roof for a small hammock,so three people, or a couple with a child could use it.

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  • TomLeeM

    IMO; it is a micro camper with maxi coolness. :)

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  • Louise

    Can this be seen on the East Coast and can these be purchased at all or are they custom made only? Great design!

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  • TomLeeM

    http://americandreamtrailers.com/
    I remember seeing this in a teardrop and tiny trailer book. I think it is really creative.

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  • Ma. Lourdes Cruz

    When I saw the first picture I thought the boat functioned as a roof. So it was not doing that by the design. Would it be possible to cast the roof in a smaller
    version of the inside of the boat to attain more height inside the living area?
    as in the boat stacks onto the roof of similar shape.

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