Home Grown Camper Trailers

Mar 14, 2016

Category: Rides

A small business based out of the Pacific Northwest has found a way to combine the classic American teardrop style with a sustainable and energy efficient build. Starting as a passion project by a couple of friends, the popular response to this RV was enough to inspire the two to start their own business turning out camper trailers just like these.

Sustainably built in Woodinville, Washington – this trailer is designed to be small enough to fit in your garage and be towed by a small vehicle, while still sleeping four. Constructed with FSC-certified wood, cork, and bamboo, the teardrop-shaped trailer has about 94 square feet of floorspace, along with a pop-top roof for a little more headroom once you’ve parked the camper. This energy efficient cabin includes a small induction cooktop, mini fridge, and small toilet – all powered by a small 800-watt solar array. These RVs have yet to hit the market – but when they do they’re expected to sell for north of $25,000. [Purchase]

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