8 Cool Teardrop Campers with Bathrooms

People who dislike camping often point to the lack of plumbing or other solutions for their bathroom needs as one of their main reasons for not wanting to go.

The bathroom issue alone prevents many people from trying out camping at all. 

We believe everyone should have the opportunity to explore the outdoors in comfort, so we put together this guide to teardrop campers with bathrooms.

What is a Teardrop Camper?

A teardrop camper is a small, lightweight camper that has been designed to be towed behind a vehicle or trailer. The term “teardrop” refers to the shape of the camper body. As it is shaped like a teardrop when viewed from the side.

This shape is very aerodynamic, which improves fuel economy and makes it easy to tow.

Do Teardrop Campers have Bathrooms?

Yes they do. Camper manufacturers have responded to the demand to make them.

The classic teardrop shaped campers did not have bathrooms. This is because they are specifically designed to be as compact as possible. The interior of a classic teardrop camper has room for sleeping and not much else.

You cannot even stand up in them, never mind fit a bathroom. 

However, because having a bathroom in a camper is such a must-have for so many campers, and due to the popularity of the teardrop shape, manufacturers have started to build campers that adhere to the teardrop aesthetic, but come equipped with full or partial bathroom facilities, such as a toilet and shower. 

The 8 Best Teardrop Campers with Bathrooms

Here are some of the coolest teardrop campers with bathrooms.

Little Guy Max

Starting at just 3,010 pounds, the Max comes standard with an abundance of deluxe features and a refined exterior style. With an impressive 6’7” interior height, the Max’s versatile cabin space incorporates lush materials to sleep and live comfortably, and thoughtful details – from ample storage and charging outlets to innovative entertainment features and LED lighting – the interior is an adventure all by itself.

With space at a premium, the Max’s full wetbath makes the most of every inch. The full residential shower with adjustable faucet head, and the marine style toilet, bring everything together in a simple, convenient package.

Steve & Bonnie reviewed the Little Guy Max on RVInsider saying, “We searched RV’s for years and settled on the 2020 Little Guy Max because of the quality, layout, wet bath and coziness….the big difference in everything we looked at was the quality. We do NOT have the front window or the star gazing window over the bed nor do we have the TV. However, we instead have the great storage system that folds down into a solid buck bed. Our 7 year old grandson LOVES it up there while our other two grandsons were able to sleep on the fold down dinette….foot to head without too many kicks to the face:) The shower is AMAZING….a lot of pressure and hot!!”

Forest River R-Pod 171

Small and lightweight, the RP171 is perfect for weekend getaways. At just over 18’ and 2500 lb. with all of the essential camping needs: Sleeping for 3-4, TV, 2 burner cooktop, refrigerator, furnace, air conditioner, convection microwave and wet bath make this a great floorplan for those looking to get out and enjoy the great outdoors but want the conveniences of home.

The wetbath features a full shower, toilet and sink. With a massive 30 gallon black water tank, 30 gallon gray water tank, as well as a 30 gallon fresh water tank. 

Steve from Indiana reviewed the R-Pod 171 and said, “Purchased January 2021. Have made 4 trips and total of 1000 miles. Had a few small issues – wires pulled loose on an outlet and water pump – easy fixes. Found a few loose screws. All found before first trip. Seems like typical stuff talking to other RV owners. Added a 2” foam topper to the mattress right away. Made a huge difference in comfort. Like the simplicity of the R-Pod 171. Black and Grey dump tubes have double hangers – don’t expect problems like older models. Love the built-in vacuum and deep kitchen sink. Lots of storage under the bed and dinette seats. Added an exterior gas grill that connects to the provided LP quick disconnect. Tows great behind my front wheel drive Mazda CX-9 with a weight distribution hitch. Lots of great tips , accessories and modifications posted on internet by R-pod owners.”

nuCamp TAB 400 Teardrop Camper

nuCamp TAB 400 Teardrop Camper

If you love the unique shape of teardrop trailers but need a little more space, look no further than the TAB 400. Inside, you’ll find a dedicated queen-size sleeping area, a spacious wet bath, a galley kitchen, plenty of storage, and a dinette that converts into a second sleeping area. The TAB 400 is designed to be your home away from home.

The luxurious wetbath in the Tab 400 is quite spacious for such a compact camper. With upper cabinetry priding plenty of room for all your toiletries and towels. The bathroom includes a space heater to keep the room warm even in winter, and the residential style shower really makes it a comfortable setup when camping. 

TAB 400 owner Mark from Ohia said, “Looking for a high quality camper we could really pull with a medium-sized SUV (VW Atlas). Must have: Full bath and shower, full-time comfortable bed, good kitchen. This had all that and more. The bed is very comfortable. The Alde system for heat and hot water is great. Ducted AC. High quality cabinetry. Quality: The frame is all aluminum, as is the roof. The sides are Azdel, as is the floor. It’s well insulated. Windows insulated too. The company is great. They really care.”

Winnebago Minnie Drop 170S

Winnebago Minnie Drop 170S

Dropping it all to get away from it all has never been easier. Minnie Drop is engineered in the same retro aerodynamic shape you know and love, yet packed with all the modern features that make every journey as great as its destination. The modest yet roomy design allows for 6ft5in of headroom in the main living space, and a cozy feeling when lying in bed or sitting at the dinette table.

The Minnie Drop boasts the largest and most luxurious bathroom on this list. This is a real bathroom. The shower, vanity and sink, and toilet are all separate, unlike the other campers on this list which combine everything into a wetbath. 

Tine from New Hampshire said this about the Drop 170S, “My husband and I spent 6 months on the road with our Winnie Drop. The size makes it great to get in and out of the National Parks. We spend most of our time sightseeing…having a small camper made it quick and easy to load, clean and tow. The camper always turned heads. If you had more than 2 it will be difficult. The only thing I wish I had the slide out”.

Timberline Trailer by HomeGrown

Made for the environmentalist who wants to enjoy the best of the outdoors, this travel trailer is built with sustainable materials, energy efficient lights and appliances, and non-toxic materials. This travel trailer comes equipped with either bunk beds or a dinette, efficient under-the-counter fridge, heat and air conditioning (if you want it), 120V/USB power outlets.

The wetbath comes with an external gray water tank, composting toilet, shower, and gorgeous wood paneling inside and out.

Tony Barthel of RVTravel said in his review, “these trailers are all wood and this extends to the bathroom, where the walls are a heavily epoxy-coated wood panel. On the subject of the bathroom, a cartridge toilet comes standard but this is the first time I’ve seen an RV manufacturer offering a composting toilet as an option.” [1]

Jayco Hummingbird

Jayco Hummingbird

Hit the road in a flash with the comfy, lightweight 2020 Hummingbird travel trailer, built using Jayco’s legendary construction methods. The Hummingbird is a teardrop-style travel trailer available in several layouts with amenities you won’t want to miss out on. Although this is a travel trailer, it still has the distinctive teardrop shape to feature on our list.

The trailer features an enclosed bathroom with a toilet, shower, and sink. A fresh water tank, a gray water tank, and a black water tank each hold 25 gallons.

Braxton Creek Bushwhacker Plus 17

Available with a dinette that folds into a spare bed, or with a bunk house if you’re camping with children. The main bed is fixed, whichever model you choose. At just 15 feet 6 inches, this small camper packs in a lot of features.

The wet bath has an integrated toilet and shower and a very wide, easy access entrance. The camper comes with 24 gallon fresh water tank, 18 gallon gray, and 17 gallon black.

Tony Barthel of RVTravel said in his review, “(the trailer) has a wet bath, Braxton Creek has put a nice high-performance fan in here that can draw air in or push air out. That’s smart. There is a sliding door to the bathroom, which is almost like a big horizontal shade rather than a door. “

Aliner Grand Ascape ST

At 14 feet long, and 78 inches wide, the Aliner is the smallest camper on our list, but amazingly still manages to fit a separate bathroom inside. The interior has 6 foot 4 inches of interior height, so can feel plenty roomy for such a small camper.

The wet bath is an all-in-one unit, comprising a shower and cassette toilet. Very basic but still provides all the conveniences you need when you go camping and want to have your own private bathroom.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a teardrop camper with a bathroom cost?

The average price of a teardrop camper with a bathroom is $28,000. As they have bathrooms, these campers are larger than regular teardrops, so they land on the pricier end of the scale compared to smaller, more traditional models.

Little Guy Max$33,000
Forest River R-Pod 171$21,999
nuCamp TAB 400$30,000
Winnebago Minnie Drop 170S$31,000
Timberline Trailer$49,995
Jayco Hummingbird$13,500
Bushwhacker Plus$19,449
Aliner Grand Ascape ST$27,500

The table above shows the prices we could find for the campers in this article.

Keep in mind, these are prices for new and current models, you can pick them up used for quite a bit less. 

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Teardrop Campers with Bathrooms

Gary Michaels