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Pindrop Travel Trailer Cofounder Ruth El


As avid outdoor enthusiasts, Ruth Ellen and Tim had long dreamed of a camper that could accompany the pair down any road, to any campground, and to any remote, off the grid


With a family trip departure date less than a week away, Tim got the notion to build what had been rolling around in his head for years: a nimble micro camper equipped with all things necessary for an easy, comfortable, outdoor experience.

With that, Pin Drop Travel Trailers was born.

Pindrop teardrop travel trailer logo icon in blue white and orange.
Pindrop Travel Trailer Cofounder Tim Ele


To create superior, handcrafted trailers using local resources whenever possible, that encourage sustainable, responsible recreation, and exceptional outdoor experiences.


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Pindrop campers are designed to be self-sufficient and powered by the sun, so you don’t need to plug in to the shore power of a developed campground.


This creates spur of the moment road trips, major detours from a planned itinerary, boon docking in your favorite No-where, & all landing spots in between.


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Our micro campers are built for longevity with quality raw materials and domestic products, along

with using tried and true construction methods and design, that allow components to be easily replaced once they reach the end of their lifespan.

The teardrop style has been adored for generations, and we build Pindrops to carry on that tradition. 


Desert Road

It’s true, Pindrops are full of conveniences, but our core philosophy is that you should be able to enjoy the outdoors without negatively impacting it.


Solar powered and nimble, our trailers can go a little further than the crowds but not tear up the countryside getting there. 


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Our manufacturing facility is neatly tucked inside the historic shell of a 110 year old boarding house in a mining town you’ve never heard of.


Supporting our rural communities is crucial to us, and we take pride in providing jobs and opportunities in the communities we choose to live and raise our families. 


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