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Indeed, they do! RV manufacturers have more innovative offerings than ever. Teardrop campers don’t weigh much and tow easily, but in the past were often missing a bathroom. Fitting a toilet, let alone a shower, into one of these tiny campers seemed impossible until now. Customers have asked for more options, and some brands answered the call.
About the Max: This sleek teardrop comes loaded with high-quality features throughout, including 100% hardwood cabinets. It has a queen master bed, a dinette that also drops into a bed, and a small yet fully equipped kitchen. This 21′ long camper also includes a 6′ 2″ tall wet bath, so you won’t feel cramped.
About the TAB 400: TAB 400 teardrops are loved for their rounded teardrop shape and unique port windows. With a length of only 18′ 3″, a width of 7′ 6″, and an optional Boondock Package, this trailer can go just about anywhere. Plus, it has everything you need for a comfortable camping trip: a queen bed, dinette, kitchen, and wet bath.
Teardrops vary widely in price. The campers on our list range from $15,000 to $75,000, with quality and craftsmanship playing a huge role in the price. We always recommend shopping within your budget and focusing on the overall construction and layout that will work best for you
The Scamp Deluxe is 13 ft long and has a toilet and shower. This is the smallest RV on the market that we could find with a bathroom. Have you seen any smaller ones?