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Tiny House-inspired Pop Up Teardrop Camper

This is a tiny house-inspired pop up teardrop camper by Home Grown Trailers.

From the outside, you’ll notice the iconic teardrop shape combined with the classic cabin look and feel.

When you go inside, you’ll be surprised to find enough sleeping for four people, a bathroom, and a full kitchen!

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Tiny House-inspired Pop Up Teardrop Camper

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This camper is designed to fit in a standard residential garage. It has a dry weight of about 2,000 lbs with a 3,000 total weight capacity. Please learn more at Home Grown Trailers. Pre-order your own at IndieGoGo.

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  • Pat March 12, 2016, 9:03 am

    Very nice, I think this design layout would work just as well for me in what I want to build, when I convert what is sold now as a shed, into a small hunting cabin for clients. However, those bathrooms really have to stop showing up. Such a waste of good space. 9/10 times you are going to be pulling this into a campground anyway, and be able to use their facilities. In my case, that would make a great storage area for gear, clothes, etc.

    • Carol March 12, 2016, 11:18 am

      Hi Pat, I love the bathrooms and everything on one floor. Where my retired husband and I go traveling 8/10 there are no facilities. We live in ours as we slowly travel from the West coast to the E coast & back. We have a sun shower/tub & can heat water on our propane stove.
      Where the 2 bunks are I would convert to office space with storage under the couch/bed and make the kitchen area smaller.
      The solar panel is flat on the roof? It should be raised up 2-4″ for air circulation. Installing flat can cause power fluctuations.

  • Patrick Mills March 12, 2016, 9:09 pm

    I can’t believe how much space you have inside. And you seem to have everything I would need. Well Done. Patrick

  • Kathy March 13, 2016, 8:03 am

    Love this. It is quite unique and gorgeous.

  • Corey Weathers March 14, 2016, 7:39 pm

    Thank you all for the support and wonderful comments. Regarding the bathroom, we designed the trailer after spending many challenging nights with two young daughters at our favorite rock climbing area in the desert. There is no running water, no power and no toilets, so we decided to build a solution that included all of these in a very compact and towable trailer. Everyone has fallen in love with it and in the process Homegrown Trailers was born.
    Cheers! Corey Weathers – CEO, Homegrown Trailers

  • andy bailley March 18, 2016, 9:15 am

    Grate job. i have a big tear drop and scared to tow it with my buick.. what kind of car is that..

    • Corey Weathers March 23, 2016, 1:07 am

      Andy, we tow the prototype with a Volkswagen Tiguan and recommend a tow rating of 2500-3000 lbs minimum for a tow vehicle with this particular trailer.

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