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Tent Camping or Teardrop Camping?

Updated: May 28, 2020

There’s a certain romance that comes with traditional tent camping. It’s what most of us grew up with, and with that comes a certain sense of nostalgia when setting up a tent, laying down a sleeping bag, and opening the tent flap to the crisp morning light. Although we’ll admit that tent camping will always have a place in our hearts, we’ve found a better way to get out and experience nature.

We often think of tent camping or minimal backpacking as a way to keep the spontaneity alive in our travel endeavors, but what if there was another way? An alternative that gives you the ease of travel and flexibility that you desire without requiring any of the ultimate stresses that come with tent camping?

Ready, Set, Adventure

If you’re camping to get the greatest experience outdoors, it feels wrong to waste time with less than ideal tents, heavy trailers, or hotel lodging. Of course, the reason why you’re seeking the outdoors is to actually be in the outdoors. More often than not, we hear the stresses of new campers and camping enthusiasts that feel burdened by their equipment, but still, seek some level of comfort at night when they’re catching up on some much-needed rest. Opting for a camper that is lightweight, easy to haul, and has the ability to travel to wherever your car can take you are all benefits for new campers and seasoned campers alike. Pack up, hook up to your trusty vehicle, and get swept up in your next excursion.

Your Friend When the Weather Isn’t

You could have the simplest tent and still be showered with issues, especially when you’re pursuing adventure in unpredictable weather or terrain. We’ve all been there. We’re spent the week preparing for a weekend of camping at our favorite spot, only to be stormed upon by aggressive weather. I mean, if you haven’t experienced a small flood in your tent, have you really lived? Of course, this doesn't just apply to the rainy seasons, but the heatwave seasons as well. You shouldn’t have to put off camping until we can trust in fairer weather.

If you think about it, a tent is used for three things primarily. Sleep, storage, and protection from the elements. What if you were able to get those three things from a more secure and comforting space? With a teardrop camper, you get enough with your essentials, with everything packed in one space. You have enough room for a restful sleep, and the comfort of knowing you’re protected from harsh weather, cold and heat, and unwanted critters.

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