SoCal TeardropsRecreational Vehicle Dealership in Upland, California
The best thing about So Cal Teardrops is their trailers! They're based on the classic mid-centur...y-retro teardrop design, with a no-nonsens
Of course, I should also say that the best thing about So Cal Teardrops is the way they build their trailers: by hand, from scratch, using first quality materials in a well-organ
But wait... the best thing about So Cal Teardrops is their customer service. This is a small, family owned company, and as a customer, I spoke to everyone, from the owner to the office manager to the guys doing the building, and they are all friendly, responsive
One look at a So Cal Teardrops trailer, and you will be dreaming of having one for yourself. One visit to their shop, and you will know you've found the place to make your dream come true.
We couldn't wait for mid-June to go camping up in the Rockies, so we did something about it this year, especially with our new teardrop! We planned an early Spring trip so we could get out in the back country with our Jeep and 510XS. We just got back from a 10 day trip to the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. We camped off of the Burr trail (Burr Trail (1 of 3)) at the end of Long Canyon for 5 nights (Burr Trail (2 of 3) and (Burr Trail (3 of 3)). It was a beau...tiful site and our stay there was absolutely great with the 510XS. A couple of nights were very cool (high 30s-low 40s), so we got dinner ready, put a small folded up table on the bed in the teardrop, turned the Propex heater on, snagged a glass of wine and had dinner while we watched a movie in comfort. We spent 7 days/nights straight in the teardrop and loved every minute of it. Could have gone another week easy.
We're both ready to go back for another 2 weeks! This is the first trip Debbie and I have taken that we both felt was way better than we had hoped for.
The 510XS was wonderful. It was the most enjoyable trip we have taken in a very long time. We spent another night in the San Rafael Swell on the way home and had no problem finding a remote (no one within several miles) camp site after driving past 100 camping rigs and 100s of people and vehicles (San Rafael (1 of 2)). I did walk up a hill on the way out the next day to make sure we had come down that hill the night before... it was much steeper than I remembered from the night before (San Rafael (2 of 2)). No problems getting out, just carried a little speed and pulled right out.
Tell everyone thanks, and you too, for such a great offroad trailer!
Drew, over at Trail to Peak, is a great resource for hiking and backpacking info. He happens to have great taste in trailers too!
A big thank you goes out to Camper Chef Bart Cops, Mike and Debra Moutes for sharing the video and adventures they are having living it up in a So-Cal Teardrop Trailer!!