Are you thinking of purchasing a teardrop camper for your outdoor adventures? Congrats! Teardrop trailers are adorable, easy to tow and store.
But first, you maybe be wondering what it looks like inside a teardrop trailer. That’s why we’ve tracked down teardrop camper interior photos so you can peer inside these beauties.
Typically, a teardrop camper cabin consists of a couple of parts: an indoor bed with lighting, a roof vent and windows, and an exterior kitchen.
As you’ll see from this list, some of the larger teardrops actually feature indoor kitchens. One or two have a wet bath.
Others are small and rugged; built for outdoor adventures like boondocking with a Jeep or other overlanding rig.
So, the options really are endless when browsing for your perfect teardrop trailer. As you’ll see with these teardrop camper interior photos, every camper is a little different. Enjoy!
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2021 NuCamp TAG XL Teardrop Camper Interior
The NuCamp TAG and TAGXL teardrop campers are gorgeous little campers meant to go off-grid or stay in the campground. These teardrop camper interiors make us want to grab one and go boondocking.
You’ll find a well-equipped rear galley with a deep sink, two-burner stove, microwave and Yeti cooler.
The NuCamp TAG XL teardrop trailer interior features a comfortable king-size bed, stargazer windows that crack open, letting fresh air in.
You’ll be comfortable in hot weather with the built-in air conditioning and 3-speed window Fantastic Fan.
Under-bed storage allows you to bring plenty of goodies on your camping adventures.
2021 Escapod Topo Series Teardrop Camper
The Escapod Topo Series teardrop campers are made for exploring the rugged outdoors.
This teardrop camper interior offers four cabinets, two cubbies, and a closed compartment behind the bed for your storage needs.
Relax on your queen bed with 5″ memory foam and peer out the stargazer window overhead. You’ll stay comfortable in this teardrop trailer interior with its 4-speed exhaust fan.
The outdoor galley is ready for gourmet cooking wherever you are. There’s a two-burner stove, counter space for food prep and a YETI Tundra 65 cooler.
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2020 Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus Teardrop Camper Interior
The Braxton Creek Bushwacker teardrop trailer features one of the more unique teardrop camper interiors. Instead of the normal outdoor cooking area, you’ll find indoor cooking, a toilet and shower, and a 3-way refrigerator.
This means you won’t have to go outside to prepare meals in inclement weather.
This teardrop trailer interior offers a convertible dinette where you can sit comfortable during the day to eat or work. Then at night, transform the dinette into a comfortable bed.
For chilly nights, you can run a 12,000 BTU furnace. For hotter days, this teardrop trailer comes with a 5,000 BTU RV air conditioner.
You’ll love this teardrop camper interior!
2019 Aero Teardrop Trailer
Who wouldn’t want to curl up with a book inside this cozy teardrop camper interior by Aero Teardrop Trailers? This camper offers a queen-size bed that folds into a sofa for day-time use.
A stargazer window gives you a stunning view of the Milky Way at night. Plus, this teardrop trailer interior comes with interior lighting including reading lights, an adjustable rooftop vent fan, and television with Bluetooth speakers.
The Aero teardrop camper interiors are especially unique because you choose which add-ons you want. The Aero teardrop trailers are entirely customizable.
The outdoor kitchen offers everything you need for cooking while camping, including a camp stove, side table for additional prep and a 7-gallon water storage capacity.
2019 Colorado Teardrop Camper Interior
You just might swoon when you see this teardrop camper interior by Colorado campers. We just love the wood paneling, pop-up wood table and convertible bed.
These off-road campers are rugged, built to follow your overland rig with ease.
Relax on a queen-size bed after a long day of hiking and exploring. Stow your stuff in generous under-floor storage. These teardrop camper interiors are completely insulated, providing you relief in both hot and cold temperatures.
We also love the large rear galley, where you’ll find a large countertop and room for a cooler and water tank. Rotating shelves give you a spot to store a cooking stove and room for charcoal or firewood.
Go Little Guy Mini Max Teardrop Camper
The Little Guy Mini Max teardrop camper interior is larger than most of the teardrops on our list. Inside, you’ll enjoy a convertible dinette that’s folds out into a comfortable bed at night.
The indoor kitchen in this teardrop trailer interior features a microwave, two-burner stove, fridge/freezer, and deep sink with a spray faucet.
The Little Guy Mini Max teardrop trailer has beautiful 100% maple cabinetry and a TV mounted on an arm swivel when you want to watch a movie and relax.
Enjoy views of the great outdoors from the stargazer window.
This teardrop camper with a bathroom also offers a wet bath with a shower/toilet combo, a rare feature in teardrop trailers!
MyPod Tiny Teardrop Trailer Interior
You won’t believe your eyes when you see photos of the MyPod teardrop camper interior. This micro camper weighs only 760 pounds and is perfect for small cars.
This cozy and compact teardrop camper features an entertainment center, window shades, a full size sleeping area, air conditioning and a 3-speed roof vent fan for increased air circulation.
The one thing you won’t find in this adorable teardrop trailer is an outdoor kitchen that’s usually a feature of these types of trailers. Instead, you’ll have to bring camping gear and set it up on the picnic table.
This teardrop trailer interior does offer 110-volt power so you can plug in your favorite appliances right in the camper. Think your computer, your camera, a blender of a small coffee pot.
2019 Vintage Overland Teardrop Trailer Interior
The Vintage Overland teardrop trailer interior is one of the most basic on our list. This off-road camper trailer is meant to take you deep into the great outdoors so you can get away from crowded campgrounds.
Each of the Vintage overland teardrop campers are handcrafted; they are not mass-produced. These ultra-lightweight campers weigh about 700 pounds so can be towed with just about any car.
This teardrop camper interior offers a comfortable bed where you can rest your head after a long day of adventuring. You’ll also find a rugged outdoor kitchen.
Each teardrop trailer interior includes a memory foam mattress, tinted window with a screen and birch interior panels with a nod toward Danish design.
These teardrop campers have limited production, so if you want one, better get on the list.
2019 Timberleaf Pika Teardrop Camper
The Pika teardrop camper interior is a cozy and comfortable space to lounge or sleep after hiking, cycling or walking.
This compact teardrop trailer’s interior is built around a double mattress which comfortably sleeps two. You’ll also find a headboard with storage space behind, a full-width cabinet above your feet and a series of stretch netting cargo locations.
Lighting includes both LED lights and reading lights. A 4-speed electric fan keeps air moving throughout the cabin.
This lightweight teardrop is great for almost any car, and also features a back galley with lots of storage space.
These small camping trailers are built to be rugged and simple, a wonderful way to experience the great outdoors.
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Kristin Hanes is a journalist who founded The Wayward Home as a place to learn about alternative living. She currently lives on a sailboat and in a Chevy Astro van, and has written articles about alternative living published in Good Housekeeping, Business Insider, Marie Claire and SF Gate. Read more about Kristin here.