When it comes to camping, the convenience and comfort of a
Factors to Consider When Choosing a
Size and Weight
Size and weight are the reason most buyers look at a
Teardrop campers are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from very small, minimalist “bed on wheels” models to larger, more spacious options with a kitchen and bath. Consider how many people will be camping in the trailer and what kind of gear you’ll need to bring. Do you want to be able to stand up? Or are you just using it for a comfortable place to sleep? You want to choose a
In addition to size, you’ll want to consider the weight of the
Teardrop campers can vary widely in terms of the amenities they offer. Some models may include just a bed and basic storage, while others may feature a full kitchenette, toilet, and shower. Consider what amenities are important to you and your camping style. Do you prefer to cook your meals over an open fire, or would you like a small stove and refrigerator inside the trailer? Do you need a bathroom, or are you comfortable using campground facilities? Make a list of must-have amenities before you start shopping for a
Teardrop campers can range in price from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the size and amenities. It’s important to set a budget before you start shopping for a
Camper loans can go for a longer term making which can make the payment more affordable. It’s a good idea to put at least 10-20% down if you are taking out a loan, to take into account depreciation in case you need to sell in the future. Talk to your RV dealer or credit union for more information.
Testing and inspecting a
Before you make a final decision on a
If you’re considering purchasing a used
Teardrop Camper Resources and Communities
It is a great idea to join the Facebook Group or Online Community for any brand of camper you are interested in. Keep in mind that owners will bring their problems to the group, it does not mean the campers are bad, but watching owner posts over a period of time will give you a good idea if the camper is right for you, and will also give you an opportunity to ask questions of the current owners.