10 Best Teardrop Campers with Bathrooms

Teardrop campers are a great choice for anyone who wants an affordable, lightweight RV that’s easy to tow. But if you’ve gone shopping for teardrop campers with bathrooms, you may have noticed that they aren’t easy to find.

While it’s certainly possible to go without a bathroom in your RV (and many RVers do), a bathroom is a convenience that many RVers want. Thankfully, there are plenty of teardrop trailers on the market with bathrooms.

Let’s take a closer look at what a teardrop camper is, and the best teardrop campers with bathrooms on the market right now. 

What Is A Teardrop Camper Trailer?

A teardrop camper is a type of towable RV that’s named for its distinct shape that resembles a teardrop on its side. Teardrop trailers are compact and aerodynamic making them easy and efficient to tow. In fact, many teardrop trailers can even be towed easily by a sedan or other small car. 

Because of their compact size, teardrop camper trailers tend to be a bit more basic than traditional travel trailers. They’ll have fewer available options, and often won’t have bathrooms or kitchens. That said, there are still plenty of fully featured teardrop campers on the market. 

10 Great Teardrop Campers With Bathrooms

Now that we understand what a teardrop camper is, let’s look at 10 of the best teardrop campers with bathrooms on the market right now.

1. NuCamp Tab 400

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NuCamp Tab 400 interior
NuCamp Tab 400 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Spacious kitchen for a small trailer

Small dinette table

  • Length: 18’3”
  • UVW: 2,831 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,900 lbs
  • CCC: 1,069 lbs
  • TongueWeight: 390 lbs
  • Sleeps: 3-4

If you need a spacious teardrop camper with a bathroom, the NuCamp Tab 400 is an excellent choice. This 18’ camper can sleep up to 4 thanks to its dinette which converts into a “hidden bunk” for a second sleeping area. 

The trailer also features a dedicated queen-size sleeping area, a wet bath, a kitchen, and plenty of storage. Plus, the trailer features an Alde heating system to keep you warm and provide hot showers, powered by the included solar panel on the roof. 

An optional boondock package is available that adds off-road tires, a heavy-duty pitched axle, and more. You can also upgrade the trailer with a lithium battery package. This adds Battle Born Batteries that give 400 amp hours, plus a 3000-watt inverter/charger. 

2. Braxton Bushwacker 15FK

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Braxton Bushwacker 15FK interior
Braxton Bushwacker 15FK floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Front kitchen floorplan

No separate bathroom sink

  • Length: 15’ 6”
  • UVW: 2,160 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,280 lbs
  • CCC: 970.6 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 280 lbs 
  • Sleeps: 2-3

The Braxton Bushwacker 15RE is a compact teardrop camper with a bathroom and much much more. Despite its small size, this camper packs in a queen bed, interior kitchen with fridge, 60” jackknife sofa, and a wet bath. Plus, during meal times, the queen bed converts into a spacious dinette. 

To help you stay cool in the summer, the Bushwacker 15RE features a 5,000-BTU A/C unit and a 3-speed attic fan. When things get cold, it also has a 12,000-BTU furnace. For hot water, the trailer has a 6-gallon DSI gas/electric water heater. 

On the exterior of the camper, you’ll find oversized all-terrain tires and a high-clearance torsion-flex axle. Plus, the Bushwacker 15RE also has an exterior kitchen with a 2-burner griddle and sink, perfect for outdoor cookouts. 

3. Ultimate Toys Ultimate Camper

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Ultimate Toys Ultimate Camper interior
Ultimate Toys Ultimate Camper floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

High end feeling interior

Limited counter space

  • Length: 15’ 3”
  • UVW: 2,170 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,900 lbs
  • CCC: 730 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 290 lbs
  • Sleeps: 2

Sometimes, a name really says it all, and the Ultimate Toys Ultimate Camper is just that. This beautifully designed and outfitted teardrop camper with a bathroom is truly among the best of the best. 

Inside the spacious interior, you’ll find handcrafted cabinetry, a fully equipped kitchen, a wet bath, and a convertible dinette that turns into a comfortable queen bed. The Ultimate Camper also features two separate TVs, one inside and one in the exterior kitchen.

The outdoor kitchen features a countertop grill, sink, ice chest, and speakers. It’s the perfect spot to grill up some hamburgers and enjoy some entertainment on the big screen. Best of all, the Ultimate Camper is Amish-made, so you can rest assured it’s made with the highest level of craftsmanship.

4. Safari Condo Alto 1713

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Safari Condo Alto 1713 interior
Safari Condo Alto 1713 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

All the windows and light

Roof needs to be lifted to use (not ideal when making quick stops)

  • Length: 17’ 4”
  • UVW: 1,816 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,700 lbs
  • CCC: 884 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 270 lbs
  • Sleeps: 3-4

“Alto” is the Spanish word for “tall,” and the Safari Condo Alto 1713 is just that. Thanks to its unique expanding roof, the Condo Alto 1713 has an impressive 6’ 10” of standing room. Then, the roof retracts back down when it’s time to transport or store the camper.

This teardrop camper with a bathroom is loaded with great features on top of its generous height. Inside, you’ll find a king-size bed (convertible to two single beds), a flush toilet, a fully equipped kitchen, and a unique convertible dining area. 

While convertible dinettes are nothing new, the Condo Alto features a movable table to create either a two-seat or five-seat dining area. When it’s bedtime, the dinette converts into a single bed, while still leaving the dining area available. 

5. Little Guy Max

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Little Guy Max interior
Little Guy Max floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Queen size bed

Over 3500 lbs if loaded to max cargo

  • Length: 21’
  • UVW: 3,010 lbs
  • GVWR: 4,000 lbs
  • CCC: 990 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 310 lbs
  • Sleeps: 2-3

For a teardrop camper with a bathroom and plenty of luxury, it’s hard to beat Little Guy Max. This spacious little camper is packed with features you’re sure to love. 

The interior features 100% hardwood cabinetry, with a fully equipped kitchen, wet bath, bedroom area with a queen bed, and a dinette that converts into a single bed. The bedroom comes equipped with a TV and sound system for entertainment. 

For comfort no matter the temperature, the Little Guy Max has a 13,500 BTU low-profile air conditioner and a 16,000 BTU furnace. Both are controlled by an easy-to-use GE thermostat. 

On the exterior of the camper, you’ll find LED porch lighting, 35 cubic feet of pass-through storage, and two 5” outdoor speakers as well as a TV mount. The Little Guy Max comes with standard premium 15” tires, upgradeable to off-road tires with a 2.5” axle riser for added clearance. You can also add an optional 6’3” Thule Crown awning to relax in the shade outside your camper. 

6. Aliner Grand Ascape Plus

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Aliner Grand Ascape Plus interior
Aliner Grand Ascape Plus - floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Super lightweight

No shower

  • Length: 14’
  • UVW: 1,650 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,450 lbs
  • CCC: 800 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 225 lbs
  • Sleeps: 2

There’s a good chance you’re familiar with Aliner, who’s well-known for their pop-up campers. But their Ascape series of teardrop campers with bathrooms are just as good as their more famous pop-up brothers. 

The Grand Ascape Plus is a super compact teardrop camper with a bathroom that you’ll love. Despite being only 14’ long, it still has a kitchen, cassette toilet, and a dinette that converts into a bed. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, sink, 2 burner stove, and microwave. Also inside the camper, you’ll find a 23” TV, Coleman Mach 8 air conditioner, and Atwood 18,000 BTU furnace.

On the exterior of the Grand Ascape Plus, you’ll find an outside shower (with hot water provided by a suburban water heater), as well as a 6’ Thule awning. 

7. NuCamp Tab 320S

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NuCamp Tab 320S interior
NuCamp Tab 320S floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Comes standard with roof-mounted solar panel

Only Sleeps 2

  • Length: 15’ 3”
  • UVW: 1,993 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,900 lbs
  • CCC: 907 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 164 lbs
  • Sleeps: 2

We already covered the NuCamp Tab 400 on our list of the best teardrop campers with bathrooms, but its smaller cousin the Tab 320S is well worth a look too. 

Inside the Tab 320S, you’ll find a fully featured kitchen, a wet bath with a cassette toilet, and a unique convertible dinette. The dinette can be converted into two twin beds, one full bed, or a twin bed and a seating area. So whatever you’re doing in the camper, the space can be easily adapted to your needs. 

The Tab 320S comes standard with a roof-mounted flexible solar panel. For more power, you can get the optional lithium package. This adds 200 amp hours of power via Battle Born Batteries, plus a 2000-watt inverter/charger. 

Just like its larger cousin, the Tab 320S also has an available boondock package. This adds off-road tires, a heavy-duty pitched axle, and other features to make your Tab 320S off-road ready. 

8. iCamp Elite

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iCamp Elite interior
iCamp Elite floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Fun Interior and exterior color choices

Small windows

  • Length: 14’
  • UVW: 2,366
  • GVWR: 2,890
  • CCC: 524 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 236 lbs 
  • Sleeps: 2-3

The iCamp Elite is a great little teardrop trailer with a bathroom that’s as spacious and comfortable as it is chic. 

The interior of the camper features a full wet bath, a kitchen, a dinette that converts into a spacious bed, and plenty of storage throughout. The kitchen is fully equipped with a two-burner stove, oven, 3-way refrigerator, and sink. Thanks to the interior height of 5’11”, the camper is also comfortable and spacious. 

A number of add-ons are available for the iCamp Elite, including a DVD video/audio system, flat screen TV, LP furnace, and 2-in-1 A/C and heat pump. 

9. Helio O2

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Helio O2 interior
Helio O2 floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

A/C and solar options

Floor space is tight

  • Length: 14’ 2”
  • UVW: 1,550 lbs
  • GVWR: 2,000 lbs
  • CCC: 450 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 132 lb 
  • Sleeps: 2

The Helio O2 is a compact teardrop camper with a bathroom that’s perfect for two people. 

It features a comfortable dinette that converts to a queen bed, a full wet bath, and a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave. Even better, the O2 packs plenty of storage into its compact size. 

Plenty of optional upgrades are available for the O2, including:

  • An awning
  • A portable 100-watt solar panel
  • Air conditioning
  • Propane heating
  • All-terrain tires and 14” aluminum rims
  • 3M front protective film

So however you want to customize your teardrop trailer, the Helio O2 likely has what you’re looking for. 

10. Little Guy Micro Max

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Little Guy Micro Max interior
Little Guy Micro Max floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

Off-road package option

No flush toilet

  • Length: 15’ 11”
  • UVW: 1,860 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs
  • CCC: 1,640 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 245 lbs 
  • Sleeps: 2

The ruggedly built camper features a dinette that converts into a queen bed, plus a single dinette in the front, for seating up to 5. The camper also features a well-equipped kitchen and a cassette toilet. Also found inside the trailer is a TV, air conditioning, and plenty of storage. 

On the outside of the Little Guy Micro Max, you’ll find LED lighting, Jensen speakers, and a spacious exterior cargo compartment. The Micro Max also has an exterior TV mount, grill rail, and table base mount so you can set up the perfect cookout. 

Available options on the Little Guy Micro Max include:

  • Touring package with 15” off-road tires on polished aluminum rims and a 3.5” axle riser lift kit
  • Solar package with 110-watt flexible roof solar panel and 15-amp solar controller
  • VisionWorks wireless backup camera

Do All Teardrop Campers Have Bathrooms?

While shopping for a teardrop camper with a bathroom, you might wonder, do all teardrop campers have bathrooms?

In fact, not all teardrop campers have bathrooms. A bathroom is a pretty rare feature on smaller models of teardrop campers, and even larger ones aren’t guaranteed to have them. Whether or not your teardrop camper has a bathroom is a major consideration to make.

Without one, you’ll have to rely on gyms, truck stops, and other locations to do your business and bathe. If you pick one with a bathroom, however, you’ll be able to do all of that from the comfort of your own camper.

How Heavy Is A Teardrop Camper?

The weight of teardrop campers varies quite a bit, but generally speaking, they’re among the lightest RVs on the market. Teardrop campers can weigh as little as 500 lbs, with the heaviest campers only coming up to about 3,000 lbs.

By comparison, traditional travel trailers can weigh as much as 9,000 lbs! The lighter weights of teardrops are a large reason for their popularity. The average everyday family vehicle is capable of towing many models.

Not having to invest in and maintain a large truck for towing is a huge selling point!

Do Teardrop Camper Trailers Have A/C?

While many teardrop trailers have A/C, it’s definitely not universal. Typically, larger models, as well as more expensive ones, will have A/C standard. However, A/C is a common optional add-on for teardrop campers of all sizes. 

Final Thoughts On Teardrop Campers With Bathrooms

Teardrop campers are great little trailers that are lightweight and easy to tow. If you get a teardrop trailer with a bathroom, you’ll have the maximum in convenience. Instead of having to find a gym or truck stop, you can do everything in the convenience of your own camper. 

With our list of great teardrop campers with bathrooms, you’re sure to find the right camper for you. Once you’ve picked your camper, all that’s left is to plan your first big trip!

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About the Author:

Ryan Milejczak (mill-LAY-check) is a full-time freelancer writer and Florida native with a passion for RVs.

Currently, he’s saving up to do his own camper van conversion, which he plans to take across the US and Mexico.

When he’s not writing, Ryan loves cooking, hiking, practicing his Spanish, and taking care of his plants (currently at 23 plants and counting!)