Even if you are a little late shopping for your holiday gifts, these five gifts for the teardrop trailer owner in your life can be ordered or picked up quickly and inexpensively. Some of them might event fit into a camper themed stocking.
Sisters Get Their Kicks on Route 66
Sisters on the Fly, the national women’s camping and fishing group, have another book out about their adventures on Route 66. This year, 300 of the Sisters toured the 2,448 mile historic route with various vintage trailers in tow. The book has over 500 color photos of their stops at rodeos, dances, museums, markets, national parks, tourist sites, dirt roads and wrong turns.
$29.95 on Amazon
Roll of Reflectix
This simple material (reflective bubble wrap) has become our go-to material for lining ice chests, using as a bottom tent liner, as a small seat to throw on the ground while hiking and as a way to keep food hot on the picnic table. Reflectix comes in various sized rolls and can be cut to any size and shape you want.
Home Depot $21.65 (24 inch by 25 foot length)
Vintage Camper Trailers Magazine Subscription
Vintage Camper Trailers Magazine is a glossy, bi-monthly magazine highlighting vintage camper rallys, restorations, designs and decor and all things vintage. The magazine is shipped to both the U.S. and Canada
$32 per year
Travel Trailer Fabric from vitamini
The Etsy shop, vitamini, has some charming retro teardrop and standy trailer illustrations that she sells on various items like calendars, stamps, framed photos and cards. For anyone who sews their own teardrop trailer curtains or tablecloths, her fabric is darling.
$30 per yard
Handmade Teardrop Trailer Mug
Mary Van Dusen of Cattle Track Pottery in Scottsdale, Ariz. makes and sells various pottery items. She has found a niche in the teardrop trailer crowd and makes fun and creative items for trailer owners including mugs, magnets, trivets and luminaries.
$25 per handmade mug