Have you ever looked at a teardrop trailer and wondered, how do they fit all that in there?
Chances are, they don’t. Most teardrop kitchens retract outdoors. You get but a single bed, and if you need more than one, they’re bunks.
Is there really room for a bathroom in a teardrop trailer?
Not all, that’s for certain. In fact, if you go into your teardrop trailer search expecting a bathroom in every vehicle you see, you’ll walk away disappointed. Just because bathrooms are somewhat rarer doesn’t mean they’re impossible to find.
In this comprehensive guide, I am covering nine top teardrop trailer models with bathrooms.
9. Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers — Kodiak Stealth
A Blue Ridge, North Carolina company, Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers produces rugged little vehicles. Their Kodiak Stealth doesn’t come with a toilet, but you can get one installed if you pay $100 extra. This five-pound potty should help you take care of your most basic needs.
Let’s talk more about this interesting trailer. It’s five feet high, 10 feet in length, and it has a five-foot width. Its dry weight is 1,375 pounds with a tongue weight of 130 pounds. With its heavy-duty 5×8 metal frame, the Kodiak Stealth can stand up to all sorts of conditions.
The following features all come standard with the vehicle:
- Black side walls
- An upper storage shelf with a height of eight inches, a depth of 11 inches, and a length of 58 and a half inches
- Cabinetry with a length of 36 inches and a depth of 17 and a half inches
- Large door opening that measures 54 inches high and 22 inches wide
- 20×24-inch dining table with 22 ½ by 19 ½-inch benches
- A 75-inch bed with a width of 58 and a half inches and 12 inches of floor clearance
- Gel-coated fiberglass shell
- Easy-lube torsion axle
8. United Recreational Vehicles, LLC — iCamp Elite
The vivid, colorful iCamp Elite is one of two models from United Recreational Vehicles, LLC and the only teardrop.
It has an unloaded vehicle weight of 2,366 pounds, a hitch weight of 236 pounds, a net cargo capacity of 524 pounds, and a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating or GVWR of 2,890 pounds. The iCamp Elite includes a 20-pound LP tank and a 22-gallon freshwater tank.
It has an interior height of five feet, 11 inches, an interior width of six feet, three inches, and an interior length of 10 feet, seven inches. The exterior height measures eight feet, one inch, the exterior width six feet, eight inches, and the exterior length 14 feet.
You can configure the single floorplan for day or night use. No matter which you choose, there’s a spacious modular fiberglass bathroom with a marine toilet, a tap shower, and a sink with a water tap. You also get an overhead cabinet and a window in the bathroom.
Other features of the iCamp Elite include:
- Heat pump unit with a Cool Cat two-in-one air conditioner
- Flat-screen TV with an audio system and DVD player
- Powered roof vents
- Fiberglass exterior
- Three-way refrigerator
- Smoke and LP gas detector
- Wardrobe in the bedroom and overhead cabinets in the kitchen
- Glass slider windows
- Electric brakes
- Hitch towing bar with a two-inch ball and safety chains
- Rubber torsion axle
- Steel frame with powder-coating paint
7. Riverside RV — Retro
With its old-school paintjob and discernible teardrop shape, the Retro from Riverside RV makes for another nice pick you might consider. These floorplans include wetbaths or bathrooms:
- 190BH (which has a tub instead of a shower)
No matter which trailer you choose, you should have bathroom options. Now, let’s talk about a smaller, mid-sized, and larger model so you can get some size comparisons. For those purposes, we selected the small 157, bigger 179, and sizable 199FKS.
The 159 Retro teardrop includes a small wetbath with a toilet. There’s a dual sink and a three-burner stovetop in the kitchen. You get a large dinette with U-shaped seating and a refrigerator. This teardrop has a hitch weight of 200 pounds, a carrying capacity of 1,000 pounds, and an axle weight rating of 3,500 pounds. Its exterior width is seven feet, six inches, its exterior height nine feet, six inches, and the ceiling height is six feet, four inches.
In the trailer, you’ll find a 10-gallon blackwater tank, a 17-gallon graywater tank, and an 11-gallon freshwater tank.
Next, there’s the 179. This has a full bathroom, interior storage, a dinette with two benches, and bedroom closets. The mattress is 60 by 76inches. With plenty of room for a kitchen, you’ll enjoy a four-burner stove, dual sink, spacious refrigerator, and lots of cabinetry. This vehicle has an overall length of 20 feet, three inches, an exterior width of eight feet, an exterior height of nine feet, two inches, and a ceiling height of six feet, five inches.
This trailer doesn’t weight much, what with a hitch weight of 520 pounds, a carrying capacity of 1,160 pounds, and an axle weight rating of 4,000 pounds. It includes a 17-gallon blackwater tank, a 32-gallon graywater tank, and a 39-gallon freshwater tank. With an air conditioner, heater, and 11-foot awning, you’re all set.
Lastly, we’ll delve into the bigger 199FKS. It has a lean, angular kitchen with a microwave, a dual sink, a two-burner stove, and a large fridge. The full bathroom includes a sink, toilet, and shower. There’s also a dinette and queen-sized bed.
Getting into specs, the 199FKS has a carrying capacity of 3,420 pounds, a hitch weight of 840 pounds, and an axle weight rating of 3,500 pounds. This trailer features an exterior height of nine feet, 10 inches, an exterior width of eight feet, and a ceiling height of six feet, five inches. With dual axles, 14-inch tires, and a 12-foot awning, it’s a large trailer for certain. Inside, you get a 17-gallon blackwater tank, a 49-gallon graywater tank, and a 39-gallon freshwater tank.
6. Homegrown Trailers — Timberline
The beautiful Timberline from Homegrown Trailers in Washington is one of two vehicles this brand manufactures. It’s been featured on many websites and publications, including the Daily Journal of Commerce, Autoblog, Fox, NBC, ABC, Treehuger, GeekWire, The Seattle Times, Sunset, and Outside.
Just looking at the exterior of the Timberline will tell you why it’s caught on like wildfire. The exterior wood paneling gives it a vintage feel, but outside and inside, it’s all modern. For instance, the trailer has wool insulation to weatherproof it.
Let’s talk about the bathroom. There’s a full wet bath here, including an indoor shower. With a hot water tank that’s 2.5 gallons and a freshwater tank with a capacity of more than 23 gallons, you can enjoy warm showers every day or night. The composting toilet makes it easier for you to stay green and eco-friendly in all you do.
Other features of the Timberline include:
- Use of sustainable materials for constructing the interior and exterior of each Timberline trailer
- Appliances and lights designed with energy efficiency in mind
- Kitchen with a cooktop, fridge, and sink for all your daily needs
- Space for five passengers with a dinette, three bunks, or a queen-sized bed
- Advanced batteries that can last for days
- Solar panels included throughout that can generate between 600 and 800 watts of power
- External graywater tank
- USB power outlets as well as 120-volt outlets
- Air conditioning and heating available upon request
- Refrigerator that goes beneath the counter and can hold 2.6 to 3.1 cubic feet of food and drinks
The Timberline weighs 4,150 to 4,350 pounds dry. It has an external length of 23 feet, an interior height of six feet, two inches (to six feet, 11 inches), an exterior height of eight feet, 11 inches, an external width of seven feet, 11 inches, an external width of seven feet, five inches, and an internal length of 18 feet, 10 inches.
If you’d prefer, you can add an Off-Grid Package. With this, your trailer comes outfitted with a lithium-ion battery that produces 3.6 to 6.0 kilowatts per hour. There’s also more solar panels that can generate 600 to 800 watts of power.
5. inTech RV — Sol
Yet another great teardrop trailer with a bathroom comes from inTech RV. Their Sol trailer has a tongue weight range of 450 to 470 pounds and a weight range of 3,290 to 3,350 pounds. The interior height is six feet, six inches, the interior length 15 feet, nine inches, and the interior width six feet, 10 inches. The Sol also has an exterior height of nine feet, six inches, an exterior length of 19 feet, and an exterior width of eight feet, six inches.
This spacious teardrop can fit up to four passengers and it even includes off-grid solar preparation. You get three colors to choose from: Gold Dust, Electric Blue, and Silver Mine.
The bathroom includes a wetbath and a porcelain toilet. The shower wand has brushed nickel for plenty of appeal. On the door, you’ll find a bathroom mirror, a convenient feature. There’s white accent walls in the bathroom and the shower’s interior. Finally, you get an accessory storage net for the shower.
The plumbing components include an exterior shower hookup, an LP tank near the front trailer compartment, an electric water heater or gas tank with a six-gallon capacity, a freshwater holding tank with a 28-gallon capacity, and a blackwater holding tank with a 30-gallon capacity.
4. KZ RV— Escape Mini
Although not as defined of a teardrop shape as some of the other trailers on this list, the KZ Escape Mini sure does offer a lot of space. Yes, that includes room for a full bathroom. Every floorplan in the Escape Mini family has one, so let’s go over these models now.
The M181KS has an Unloaded Vehicle Weight (UVW) of 2,282 pounds, a dry axle weight of 2,558 pounds, and a dry hitch weight of 300 pounds. Its net carrying capacity is 672 pounds and its GVWR 3,500 pounds.
This spacious floorplan has an interior height of 82 inches, an exterior height of 105 inches (without an air conditioner), an exterior width of 96 inches, and an exterior length of 20 feet, nine inches. You get a refrigerator that’s four cubic feet, a water heater with a six-gallon capacity, a freshwater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, a wastewater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, and a graywater tank with a 32-gallon capacity. The LP gas tank can hold 20 pounds of fuel.
While the M181RK has just a toilet and shower in the bathroom, there’s a nearby kitchen sink you can use. It has a UVW of 2,888 pounds, a dry hitch weight of 310 pounds, a dry axle weight of 2,528 pounds, a net carrying capacity of 612 pounds, and a GVWR of 2,500 pounds.
This KZ model has an interior height of 82 inches, an exterior height of 105 inches (without the air conditioner), an exterior width of 96 inches, and an exterior length of 20 feet, nine inches. It too comes with a fridge that can hold four cubic feet. There’s also a water heater with a six-gallon capacity, a freshwater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, a wastewater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, and a graywater tank with a 32-gallon capacity. The LP gas tank can hold 20 pounds of fuel.
Next, there’s the M181SS. This vehicle has a UVW of 2,848 pounds, a dry hitch weight of 310 pounds, a dry axle weight of 2,538 pounds, a net carrying capacity of 652 pounds, and a GVWR of 3,500 pounds.
The interior height stands at 82 inches, while the exterior height is 105 inches minus the air conditioning unit. The exterior width measures 96 inches and the exterior length 20 feet, nine inches. The M181SS teardrop trailer has a water heater with a six-gallon capacity, a freshwater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, a wastewater tank with a 30-gallon capacity, and a graywater tank with a 32-gallon capacity. Its LP gas tank can hold 20 pounds of fuel.
Last but certainly not least, let’s cover the M181UD and its spacious bathroom. This trailer has a UVW of 2,878 pounds, a dry hitch weight of 310 pounds, a dry axle weight of 2,568 pounds, a net carrying capacity of 622 pounds, and a GVWR of 3,500 pounds. Its interior height measures 82 inches, its exterior height 105 inches (without the air conditioner), its exterior width 96 inches, and its exterior length 20 feet, nine inches.
This model includes a refrigerator that’s four cubic feet. The water heater has a six-gallon capacity, the freshwater tank a 30-gallon capacity, the wastewater tank a 30-gallon capacity, and the graywater tank a 32-gallon capacity. The LP gas tank can hold 20 pounds of fuel.
3. Happier Camper — HC1
Everything about the Happier Camper should make you smile. For instance, the HC1 teardrop trailer has several layouts and packages. These include the bare-bones Essentials, basic Classic, Premium with a toilet, Naked for cargo and gear, Sleeper with a toilet, Dining, Study for relaxation, Dining (alt)., and the Mega Bed for nighttime rest for five.
If none of those float your boat, that’s okay. The HC1 includes Happier Camper’s unique Adaptiv System. With this system, you get modular cubes that allow you to configure and customize the interior of your teardrop trailer however you want. If that includes prioritizing a bathroom, then great! You could also put special focus on the bedroom, the kitchen, or just living space.
The best part of this system is your freedom to change the interior layout of your HC1 from day to day. If you need more space in one part of the trailer versus another, you can shift things around quickly and easily. Have fun converting your teardrop between daytime and nighttime setups.
The HC1 weighs just 1,100 pounds dry. Each cube in the Adaptiv System measures 20 inches by 20 inches. The vehicle itself has an overall length of 13 feet, an overall height of seven feet, four inches, and an overall width of six feet, 11 inches. The entry door measures 30.5 inches wide and 62 inches tall.
The marine-grade toilet will fulfill most bathroom needs, but you obviously will have to find a separate place to shower on your travels. This durable trailer has a double-hulled fiberglass outer shell with insulation. With moon caps, engraved door hinges, an interior Honeycomb fiberglass body, and panoramic windows, the HC1 certainly has a vintage feel to it.
Other features include:
- AC inlets and DC power ports
- AGM deep-cycle battery that comes with a power converter
- Dual airflow ceiling fan that measures 14 inches
- LED taillights (seven inches each)
- LED lighting throughout that you can dim
- Seven-pin wiring harness with recessed D-ring tie-down mounts and a swing-back jack wheel
- Aluminum wheels measuring 13 inches each
- Electronic braking system
- Rear stabilizing jacks
You also get to customize your HC1 your way, choosing from such hues as:
- Mojave Sage
- Sequoia Orange
- Topanga Turquoise
- Bishop Red
- Pacific Blue
- Mammoth White
2. Little Guy Trailers — Little Guy Max or Little Guy Mini
Of the three teardrops produced by Little Guy Trailers, only one doesn’t include a bathroom. That’s the MyPod. The other two, the Little Guy Max and the Little Guy Mini, both do come equipped with bathrooms.
Let’s discuss the Little Guy Max first. A favorite of this blog, we’ve showcased this vehicle several times before. It’s one of the heavier teardrop trailers out there, as it clocks in at 3,140 pounds dry. It has a tongue weight of 330 pounds and a GVWR of 3,800 pounds. You get a nine-gallon blackwater tank, a 14-gallon graywater tank, and a 20-gallon freshwater tank.
The Little Guy Max has an interior height of six feet, seven inches, an exterior height of nine feet, one inch, an overall width of seven feet, and an overall length of 21 feet.
Onto the bathroom! The spacious wetbath has a width of 41.5 inches, a height of six feet, two inches, and a depth of 26.5 inches. The entire space holds 47 cubic feet. In the wetbath, you get a marine-style toilet from Dometic. This comes complete with a paper towel holder (that’s waterproof) and a pedal flush. The tall toilet should fit many passengers.
Next, there’s the ITC shower head. This has an off/on integrated switch and a sprayer that has three functions. With its streamlined design, each minute you shower, you’re saving 2.2 gallons of water.
To keep your bathroom free of humidity and condensation, Little Guy Trailers outfits their wetbath with a Fan-Tastic vent fan from Dometic. This near-silent fan has three speeds and includes a protective translucent dome.
You know what’s really cool? You get the exact same features in the Little Guy Mini Max. Yes, that’s right. This smaller trailer includes the Dometic toilet, ITC shower head, and the Dometic Fan-Tastic Vent.
The Little Guy Mini Max weighs 1,993 pounds dry. It has a tongue weight of 280 pounds and a GVWR of 2,900 pounds. This teardrop includes a nine-gallon blackwater tank, a 14-gallon graywater tank, and a 20-gallon freshwater tank. Its interior height is six feet, its exterior height eight feet, six inches, its overall width six feet, nine inches, and its overall length 17 feet, two inches.
Did we mention both vehicles include a queen-sized bed, an entertainment system, a furnace and air conditioner, a dinette, and a full kitchen? Or that the kitchen comes with a Dometic two-burner stove, a Dometic hot water heater, a Highe Pointe microwave, and a Dometic fridge? No wonder we put Little Guy Trailers so high on this list.
1. Jayco — Hummingbird
Forget everything you thought you knew about teardrop trailers, because Jayco’s about to turn all that on its head. Their 2019 Hummingbird redefines what one of these small vehicles can include. Yes, there’s a bathroom, but there’s also so much more.
The following floorplans have a bathroom:
- 16MRB (full bathroom)
- 17RK (just a shower)
- 17FD (full bathroom)
- 17RB (full bathroom)
- 17BH (no sink in bathroom)
- 17MBS (full bathroom)
Let’s look at the last model, the 17MBS, to see some specs. It has a UVW of 2,990 pounds, a dry hitch weight of 280 pounds, a GVWR of 3,950 pounds, and a Cargo Carrying Capacity or CCC of 960 pounds. Included is a blackwater tank with a 25.4-gallon capacity, a graywater tank with the same capacity, and a freshwater tank with a 25.60-gallon capacity.
This teardrop trailer has a wheel base of 156 inches, an interior height of 78 inches, and exterior width of 97 inches, and an exterior length of 19 feet, 10 inches.
All teardrops in the 2019 Jayco Hummingbird family feature a ginormous retractable kitchen that opens outside. There’s an exterior grill, an oversized refrigerator with a TV (either 120 volts or two-way 12 volts), a microwave, and a quick-connect faucet. The blue LED lighting ensures you can cook even at night.
Outside of the vehicle, you’ll find plenty of storage compartments that can hold equipment, cargo, and gear. All Hummingbird trailers have a Norco frame with a Stronghold VBL body that includes sidewalls and floors with vacuum-bonded laminating. This A-frame teardrop also has safety-glass windows with G-20 tinting.
All dinette and bed bases are made from tough plywood. The Jayco team that assembles these trailers uses glue and screws to attach the generous cabinetry. Speaking of cabinetry, in the kitchen, you’ll enjoy features like a convection microwave, a recessed cooktop with dual burners, and seamless, residential-style countertops.
Each drawer in the trailer has ball bearings to hold up to 75 pounds of your favorite stuff. Atop the vehicle and outside, you’ll spot the A-frame-mounted carrier rack good for two bikes.
Having a teardrop trailer with a bathroom is a luxury not all teardrop owners get to enjoy. Indeed, you have to look a little harder to find one of these vehicles.
Whether you need one with just a toilet or the Full Monty (with a sink, shower, and toilet), the above trailers we shared have you covered. You can’t go wrong with any of the amazing teardrops on this list. Happy shopping!