Teardrop and Tiny Trailers Starting Less Than $30,000

© Aero Teardrops© Aero Teardrops
Aero Teardrops
Portland, Oregon
Steel 5 x 10: Starts at $16,999
The interiors of Aero Teardrops are a sight to behold. From the clear alder wood cabinetry to an amazing kitchen out back, these teardrops take camping to the next level. There’s even an additional bunk bed option in the 5 x 10 to squeeze in an extra body of small stature. The company’s website offers an excellent Trailer Builder tool that allows a shopper to configure and price a trailer in real time — and then order it.

© Aliner© Aliner
Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania
Scout-Lite: Starts at $13,995 (est.)
A trailer that puts a slight twist on the standard teardrop shape, Aliners are pop-top A-frame campers with hard walls. Made with pride in Pennsylvania, Aliner models range from the minimalist Scout-Lite to the decked-out Expedition for families. The cool thing about an Aliner is that drivers have maximum rearward visibility while towing, and once at a campsite the Aliner can be popped up into a completely hard-sided camper trailer in less than a minute.

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