Wednesday, January 22, 2014

More Teardrop Trailer Rentals

The teardrop trailer rental industry seems to be growing all the time, and I have some additions to my previous list of companies that offer teardrop rentals in the U.S. I was actually thinking of creating a map of teardrop trailer rental companies using Leaflet. I recently created a similar map for all the tribal courts in the country — so putting rental companies into a map should be a snap!



Hitch and Go Adventures (Houston, Texas)

Hitch and Go Adventures in Houston, Texas have three fiberglass teardrops for rent for only $50 per day (10 percent tax rate not included). They include chairs, shade canopies, folding tables, dishes and utensils, but no linens or blankets.



Miller Trailer Sales (Perkasie, PA)

Miller Trailer Sales in Pennsylvania has a "try before you buy" program for three of their rental trailers. If you rent a trailer and then decide to buy you own within 60 days, they will deduct the rental cost (up to $260) from your final purchase price.




Thomas RV Rentals (Charlotte, NC)

Along with their larger RV rentals, Thomas RV Rentals in North Carolina rents out a 4-foot wide Little Guy teardrop (April-October) for $65 a night or $390 a week. It includes a DVD/CD player, a 10x10 foot screened porch, heating and AC and a Coleman stove can be rented for an additional $5 a night.




TC Teardrops (Wausau, Wisconsin)

TC Teardrops in Wisconsin have a partnership with a local campground where you can test out one of their trailers before buying your own. The cost is $39 a night when used at the Indian Trails campground and $49 a night when used off site. It's only $299 for 7 days when the trailer is used off site.


Pasadena Teardrop Rentals (Sierra Madre, California)

Prices: $250 for 3 nights. Handmade teardrops by Sierra Madre Teardrop Trailers



2 comments:

  1. Thanks a ton for publishing this. We just rented our first teardrop last weekend from LittleGuyTrailers (great outfit!) and took it up to Julian and loved it. Now that I know it doesn't feel like sleeping in a coffin, I'm looking at an offroad version. I found I can rent one from here: http://www.rentoffthegrid.com/off-road-teardrop-trailer

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    1. Thank you for the link Scott. That's a great rental. I'll have to get them up!

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