Silver Tears is a small company in Roanoke, Virginia that builds teardrop camper.
In this post you’ll be seeing their Woodie teardrop trailer. These little trailers totally redefine camping.
Woodie Teardrop Camper
This model is available in two sizes:
- 4′ x 8′
- 5′ x 10′
The exterior is made out of Mahogany wood. On the inside veneer is used.
You can choose either full or queen sized bed depending on which trailer you choose.
Photos Courtesy of Silver Tears Campers
Why Teardrop Trailers
Teardrop trailers are awesome because they’re easy to:
On top of that, they are also:
- Easy to build yourself
And you can tow it with just about any car. Even most 4-cylinder vehicles.
This Woodie Teardrop Trailer Specs
Any model that you order from Silver Tears can be customized to your needs so the options are unlimited.
Below are some of the general specifications for this teardrop trailer:
- Weighs about 1000 lbs (4′ x 8′)
- Tongue weight is about 65 lbs (4′ x 8′)
- Axle has 2200 lbs capacity
Details on interior:
- Custom cabinets
- Three-circuit fuse panel
- Power outlet
- 47″ x 72″ or 58″ x 80″ bed
- 4″ high quality foam mattress
- Switches for lighting
- Storage for port-a-potty
- Fantastic Fan 7000 Series roof vent
You can also get:
- Deep cycle battery
- ZODI hot water shower system
- Stainless propane stove
- Privacy tent
- Custom cabinets
- Overhead lighting
- Custom counter tops
- Stainless steel faucet with pump
- Seven gallon water tank
- Keyed hatch lock
Details on the exterior:
- Mahogany plywood
- ’32 Ford fenders
- Rain gutters over windows
- Awning style windows with screen
- Custom 15″ Smoothies’ wheels
- Exterior lighting
- Keyed door locks
Silver Tears Campers
1009 Service Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24013
Phone (540) 427-3370
For more details on this Woodie teardrop trailer visit Silver Tears Campers.
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Thanks? Alex! Its fine!
If this is not the ORVIS Teardrop it might just be it’s twin—perhaps the same builder? Very similar even to the wood used. That one is drop dead gawgeeous.
Hmmmm–I have a 4 cyl car and a 6 cyl motorcycle—hmmmm! Both have tow hitches!
For anyone who is interested in teardrop campers, I have been on a website for several years called “Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers”, at tnttt.com. For anyone interested in these tiny trailers, the website is chock full of info from how to build one to how to live in one. Although they are mainly for camping I believe in the right climate where one could spend lots of time outdoors, it would be more comfortable than living out of a personal vehicle, which is done all over the U.S. and probably more than anyone realizes. You just can’t “stealth camp” with a teardrop though.
Thanks Martha, I attest that is a great website 🙂
I live near Roanoke VA, but have never heard of this company. But I will definitely stop by next time I’m in Roanoke and check them out.