Why Teardrop Campers?
Our family Loooooves camping and being in nature. After years of it (and getting a little tired of sleeping on the ground) we finally wanted to graduate from the tent. The traditional next step up has been an RV or large trailer. Neither really appealed to the type of camping we like to do. Besides that, they are big—usually you need a truck to haul one. And…they are hard to fit a lot of places.
WeGo teardrop camper trailers are super easy to pull and can go everywhere.
The teardrop camper trailer is not a new idea. The same design has been around since the 1940s. Easily identified by their look and small size, teardrop campers are basically a bed on wheels. Most also sport an outdoor kitchen under a hatch at the rear. They are extremely mobile, light enough for a small passenger car to tow, and require virtually no setup to be ready to use— just park, lift the hatch, and your’e camping!
But, despite their benefits, no one has manufactured them on a large scale, all of them being home built. Until very recently that is.
What makes WeGo so different?
The overlanding craze has spawned a handful of great camping trailer companies, all of which we truly appreciate for one reason or another. However, none of them seem to be doing anything different. They all use the same collection of parts, all made from Baltic Birch, similar features and style, all with doors and cabinets that appear to have been plucked from an old motor home. Not a lot of inspiration.
From the ground up WeGo wants to be different. We put style and design first; emphasizing clean lines, simple controls, and beautiful details. And features not offered by other brands are standard on even our base models: Bamboo, stainless steel, Renogy 12v AC/DC power systems, running water, heated showers, portable toilet facilities, and integrated solar charging—all standard or an optional upgrade.
Built to get where you want to go.
WeGo wants to make it easier for people to do the things they love. So we’ve designed 2 different models to fit the kind of adventures you do most often: the day trip, a few days, a whole week, and more than a week. All of them are built with both durability and comfort in mind—and to get where you want to go.