Teardrop Trailer camping is rapidly growing in popularity both in Canada and the USA. Dating back to the 1940’s, these versatile little teardrop campers are seeing a modern day resurgence in popularity for one simple reason – more fun/less money.
As a premium Canadian teardrop manufacturer we know there may be many modes of camping, but whether all you need is a base camp for your adventures, or perhaps something more comfortable for an extended stay – one thing is certain… for simplicity and fun, teardrop trailers can’t be beat.
With a Northern Teardrop trailer you get…
Quality. Northern Teardrop Trailer does not aspire to build the cheapest trailer – quality suffers. Instead, we are proud to offer the lowest price that uncompromising quality of materials and workmanship will afford. A teardrop camper trailer for the ages.
Convenience. Northern Teardrop’s kitchen is always ready to use – no set up, no hauling boxes of food or dishes, clothes, coolers or camp-stoves. A truly convenient teardrop camping trailer.
Comfort. Northern Teardrop provides a comfortable, quiet, dry place to sleep, and what’s better than a good night’s sleep out camping.
Security. Northern Teardrop provides hard shell camping with locking doors – face it you’re probably camping in bear country (or human country for that matter).
Economy. Light weight – at less than 900 lbs, most vehicles (even small cars) are equipped and capable of towing.
Spontaneity. Got an event to go to? A long trip to make? With a Northern Teardrop Trailer, no reservations are necessary…
Canadian. We are proudly a Canadian Teardrop Trailer company. Based in British Columbia and serving mostly BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon and NWT, we know what’s important to you when you are looking for a quality teardrop trailer company in Canada. So if you are searching for a teardrop trailer for sale, just remember Northern Teardrop Trailer – the Canadian teardrop trailer manufacturer – satisfying customers throughout BC, Alberta, and all of Western Canada.
“…just get up and go”