When it comes to vacationing, people tend to have many different ideas about what it means to relax.
Some like to lounge in the sun by a pool, whereas others prefer to set up shop right in the heart of nature, as with this off-the-grid pop-up tiny house.
But then there are those who prefer to take their vacation spot with them wherever they go, in their very own camper. And when I spotted this one-of-a-kind teardrop camper cabin, I knew it would provide the perfect means to get away from it all.
This unique “cabin on wheels” comes from the geniuses at Homegrown Trailers. It cleverly combines the rusticity of a cabin with the convenience of a mobile home. And by just hooking it up to your truck, you can take it literally anywhere!
Scroll through below for a look at this stunning teardrop camper cabin.
Would you want to vacation in one of these yourself? Or better yet, would you want to take one of these off the grid? Let us know in the comments!
Homegrown Trailers — the creator of this one-of-a-kind teardrop camper — aimed to produce a mobile home to help people “connect to nature and find adventure in the world,” according to their website.
Their wood-paneled creation is not only stunning on the outside, but it provides quite a few comforts on the inside.
Surprisingly, the small camper — which is little enough to fit into a regular garage — has room to sleep four adults.
A set of bunk beds puts you right into the camping spirit, with a fold-out queen-size couch bed in the living area as well.
The kitchen features plenty of room to breathe, and includes a mini fridge, a sink, cabinet space, and counter space.
It also includes an induction cooktop to allow for cooking up a delicious dinner with the family.
The living space features a fold-up table and chair set.
The bathroom is extremely convenient, with a pull-down shade for added privacy.
The hard-sided pop top can easily be popped up when parked at a campsite, deep in the heart of nature.
And in order to make the camper fully capable of going off-grid, it is powered by 100 percent solar power, and features panels on the roof.
In addition to the panels, the website says that “a larger lithium ion battery can store up to 7,000 watt hours of energy, for up to five days of off-grid use without a charge.”
And with a large “front door” built right into the side of the camper, you can have a full-on cabin experience wherever you might go.
This beautiful camper brilliantly brings together the rustic comforts of cabin life with the ability to take your vacation on the open road.
Would you want to “get away from it all” in a camper like this? Let us know in the comments.
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