Wow! Just got back from my second teardrop camping trip. I went to Red Canyon campground near Bryce Canyon. The campground location is about 5 miles west of Bryce Canyon. This is a Forrest Service Campground with showers and bathrooms. Showers are $2.00. It is a beautiful place. Nice and peaceful place to stay. The teardrop is a very cool way to camp and travel if you like simple.
Just came back from my first camping trip with my Teardrop Trailer. Wow, what a blast. I love tear drop trailers. The bed inside is just fantastic. The kitchen in the back is perfect. This teardrop takes me back to when I was a small kid. 9 or 10 I believe. My grandfather had a teardrop trailer they went camping in. I would ask when at their house if I could sleep in it. And I thought that was great at the time. Little did I know I would end up with one. These are great to tow with a regular car. You get nicked in the mileage department very little. You could not ask for a better camper.
I just purchased a Teardrop trailer. The classic design from the 1930’s and 40’s. I am getting it ready for my first camping foray. I have had to install a hitch on the Jeep, and that has taken a bit of time. The weather has been uncooperative at best. That sucks. It has slowed down the forward movement of getting outdoors. For those unfamiliar with a Teardrop trailer, they are small. Sizes vary from 4 x 8 to 6 x 10 feet. They have a sleeping cabin in front and a kitchen in the back which you get to by lifting the hatch to the galley. The teardrop is about 5.5 ft tall, so you can not stand up in it. There are thousands of […]