The Right Size Camper For You
Updated: Aug 10, 2022
It’s not every day that you discover a recreational trailer perfectly designed for where you want to go and how you want to use it.
Comparing the Campinawe to other trailers or campers, its size, sustainable design, and amenities make it the ideal choice for those shopping for a towable trailer with off-road capabilities.
WHAT IS A TEARDROP TRAILER?
Compact. Streamlined. Efficient. Teardrop trailers are also designed to include built-in storage with space for two people to sleep inside. Typically, they are powered by a battery and don’t require electric or water hookups. Campers looking that want the luxury of privacy but don’t want to pull a heavy trailer, appreciate this trailer’s design.
Campinawe’s overall dimensions are designed to be larger than standard teardrop trailers, providing comfortable room on the inside.
With more than 58 cubic feet of storage, it is the best camper on that market that sleeps two people and weighs less than 3000 lbs - in fact, dry weight we’re just under 2,000 lbs. Since the Campinawe is light weight to tow, in comparison to other campers, this doesn’t require spending thousands on a new vehicle just to get out to adventure.
If you want overland capabilities with more space and amenities than a standard teardrop trailer, the Campinawe is the best choice for you.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TEARDROP TRAILER AND A CAMPER?
The Campinawe fulfills the role of the camper with off-road capabilities for the road warrior who wants space without sacrificing comfort. The 18” grand clearance allows you the freedom to travel off-grid and park it where you want. Learn more about Campinawe’s dry weight and GAWR specifications via our Products page.
Most campers come with a sofa-like bed designed with removable cushions. We include a queen memory foam mattress that sits comfortably on a platform. Also, we dedicated seating space to provide enough room to take off your shoes without tracking mud into a sleeping area. Blackout shades provide privacy while keeping the inside temp cooler.
Also, campers are not designed for sustainability like Campinawe. Rather than using birch wood like you find in most campers, we use wood from a self-sustaining forest and the unique shape of the Campinawe is the result of our puzzle-like build, drastically reducing our overall waste.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A TEARDROP TRAILER AND A CLASS A, B & C MOTORHOME?
A campervan is more expensive to purchase and maintain than a teardrop trailer. Even if you build your campervan outfitted with sleep quarters and cooking amenities, you can expect to dedicate hours of DIY time and money to get it road-ready.
Class A, B & C motorhomes limit where you can camp because of size. Mobility is limited at your camping destination as well. Don’t forget, you’ll also spend unnecessary time searching for a campsite with hookups.
When not using your RV, you’ll most likely have to pay to store it full-time, which is expensive. Who wants to spend money storing an RV when they’re not using it?
Overall, a Campinawe is a fraction of the cost. You’ll pay less in overall cost, insurance, and maintenance is easy.
JUDGE A CAMPINAWE FOR YOURSELF
We designed Campinawe for road warriors who know that nothing compares to a well-deserved camping trip. It is low-maintenance, sustainably designed, comfortable, and more cost-effective than a campervan or Class A, B & C motorhome.
See it to believe it. Schedule a private tour at our showroom by appointment or view a virtual tour on our website to discover the Campinawe difference.