This teardrop camper provides a cozy living space in temperatures as low as -5.8°F thanks to its thick insulation and optional electric or diesel heaters. It has a fully-equipped kitchen, a sleeping area with a memory foam mattress, LED lighting, and more. Its Sky Mount roof rack can carry luggage or a pop-up tent.
Overland in comfort and ease thanks to this fully-prepped camper from Colorado’s Supertramp. The 1200 lb. module sits in the bed of your pickup and uses electric actuators to open in 10 seconds. The unit adds a kitchenette with a sink, stove and fridge, a queen-size sleep area, a hidden toilet, and an optional indoor shower.
Builder Steve Jones got his hands on the jet engine nacelle from an old Royal Air Force VC10 airplane, and has since transformed the circular housing into a truly unique camper. It can sleep four in its cozy living space, which can transform into a dining room. Check out the full build history on the project’s Facebook page.
French company Beauer designed these curvy campers which can collapse down to the width of a lane for towing, but expand to provide a comfortable living space. Sizes of the 2X and 3X campers range from 86 square feet to 129 square feet when opened. They also make an oblong 3X+ model with an impressive 301 square feet.
This compact trailer is incredibly versatile, in its ability to be used as either a camper or for hauling gear. Its metal structure can transport all kinds of equipment, while its optional pop-up tent can hold a workspace, dining table, or air mattresses, while its roof can carry kayaks, bicycles, or ski for your outdoor adventures.
TetonX’s Jake is a trailer that can be towed by practically any UTV since it weighs only 700lb. It has a trailing arm suspension for off-road use, 27″off-road tires with axle-less suspension, a roof rack system with optional awning, and an optional outdoor kitchen top.