Teardrop Friends & Links

Teardrop Trailer
Camp-Inn Teardrop Friends & Links

Our Philosophy: We want you to have the best Teardrop Travel experience possible. We feel that, we provide the highest quality Teardrop Trailers on the market at competative prices. We want you to be sure you are buying the Teardrop that is right for you, even if it is not from us. So, please bookmark us and then go visit our competitors. If you see an area where we fall short, let us know. We are always open to suggestions for improvement.

Thank You,
Craig Edevold and Cary Winch
Owners, Petenwell Ind. LLC

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Unofficial Camp-Inn Forum Discussion board for Camp-Inn owners by Camp-Inn owners. Also open to other brands and homebuilt teardrops. Swap ideas and stories, share your opinions. Find out what people are saying about Camp-Inns.
T&TTT Teardrops & Tiny Travel Trailers: A discussion board for Teardrops and Non-Teardrop tiny travel trailers. Includes info on designs, plans, and gatherings.
TearJerkers A nationwide teardrop owner's club and message board. Find teardroppers in your neck of the woods and meet like-minded people. You may even find new friends and people to go camping with you.

****Teardrop Online Magazine and Info****
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Cool Tears Magazine Online and Paper version magazine focused on Teardrops and Tiny Travel Trailers
Wilderness First Aid Basics Online article with useful information on first aid.

****Camp-Inn Customer's Web Pages****
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Evan, Lena and Katie- on their maiden voyage through 17 states in 17 days - 6,240 miles.
Musubi's Maiden Voyage- Camp-Inn customers' trip to pick up their teardrop.
Dave and June's Alaska Trip- Travelogue of a trip to Alaska (and back) in a Camp-Inn Teardrop.

Portable Solar A Camp-Inn customer's business that sells Portable Solar Panels (among other things).
California Peripherals & Components, Inc. (
Teardrop Fix-It-Shop Parts for Original or Reproduction Teardrops.

Roadside America A great place to find all those unique places to visit in your teardrop. From the Largest Ball of Twine, to the Muffler Man Map, find it all here first.
Welcome to America Roger Johnson and his quest to photograph the Welcome signs from all 50 states. Roger stopped by the Camp-Inn shop looking for an easier way to travel.
Mrs. Olson's Lefse Scandinavian flat bread made from potatoes. Great for camping. Makes great roll-ups! Try it at home too.
Lucky Street Plymouth, MN. (What does sushi have to do with teardrops? Craig Edevold's sister, Lisa, is the owner. Oh yeah, and sushi is good food.)

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