We Can Do It! Trailers for the Ladies

We Can Do It! Trailers for the Ladies

Last year, I did a post on Sisters on the Fly, a camping and fly fishing group for ladies who love small, vintage trailers. Since I (Christina) just went camping over the holiday in my teardrop trailer, I thought it would be appropriate to list a few ladies (some who are Sisters on the Fly members) who camp in style. Girls, no matter what the men say, there is nothing wrong with a little “glamping”. 😉

Facebook Fan Page: We Can Do It! Women Who Camp with a Teardrop, Tent or Trailer

Camp Like a Girl

The Beehive Cottage

The Vintage Housewife

Cute as Pie Cottage

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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ginmar - July 5, 2010 Reply

I want to see more of that little teardrop trailer’s interior. And what about the other ones?

The way the interiors are so snugly designed and miniaturized is very alluring, very snug, very cozy.

    jean - March 3, 2012 Reply

    go to Sistersonthefly.com and look through their site, it has photos on inside and outside of trailers

Randy - July 5, 2010 Reply

I believe in equal rights for all and I think this is REALLY cool! You GO ladies! I wonder why guys don’t do things like this?

NewPropertyUK - July 6, 2010 Reply

Love the term glamping! You can tell that some considerable effort has gone into those.

They make a refreshing change from the typical dull cream caravans we have over here in the UK.

Area Rugs Gal - July 6, 2010 Reply

Love this entry Christina! I also agree with you, there’s nothing wrong with “gramping”. It’s great to express your personality and design skills, even in your trailer. For example, I love the colorful area rugs shown in the above photos (#4 and #6). Really reflect the mood and feel of the owners, and gives it a sense of “home away from home”. Once again, great post, thanks for sharing 🙂

Susan Juetten - July 6, 2010 Reply

Love it! especially since I’m thinking of making my next home an Airstream Bambi – thanks!


    Randy - July 6, 2010 Reply

    Here’s to you, Susan. If you wouldn’t mind sharing the story, I’d love to read about how you downsize and then settle-in to that Bambi! I’ve had this dream of living in a travel trailer myself (but larger than 16ft :). Good luck in reaching that dream!

      Alexa - July 7, 2010 Reply

      My husband and I are in the process of paring down to live in a 30-foot Lazy Daze full-time. R.V’s not as cute as the trailers but I am inspired to keep thinks “glampy”!

wendy-liondance - July 6, 2010 Reply

It’s my dream to have a interiors one day.

joy_peace - July 6, 2010 Reply

When I retire in 5 years, I’m going to scale down and live in one.

Patricia - October 22, 2010 Reply

I am interested in purchasing a small vintage travel trailer. Retired and ready.:-)Looking in the southern north carolina area and northern south carolina area Reply to peege2002@aol.com Thanks

Cathy Johnson (Kate) - November 27, 2010 Reply

We had one JUST like that Serro Scotty…what a cute little trailer. Had to let it go when J. moved here…

Victoria - Ozarks Crescent Mural - September 23, 2011 Reply

Love-Love-Love all of these, especially the pink and white one. I think I screamed when I saw that one! I’ll be one of the girls on the road several years from now. After my tiny house/log cabin gets built in a few years, my next project will be a teardrop. I’m looking forward to joining you guys!

Rebecca - October 2, 2011 Reply

I love these! I almost bought a lot on the beach with a small travel trailer. I thought to eventually replace it, but glamming it would have been more fun. Owners backed down or I’d be there now.

Laurie - October 18, 2011 Reply

These are all so precious.

Shannon Patterson - January 4, 2012 Reply

Hi! I’m trying to figure out how to join Sisters on the Fly! And I want to buy a vintage trailer! I don’t know where to begin! Any advice for me?!

    Christina Nellemann - January 4, 2012 Reply

    Shannon, I would start by looking at the VintageTrailerCrazy.com and Vintagecampers.com websites to get some ideas, and then keep an eye out on eBay or Craigslist for the type of trailer you want. To join the Sisters on the Fly, I don’t think a vintage trailer is required. I would contact them directly if you want to join their group.

    Holly Olsen-Pierce - May 12, 2012 Reply

    I am sure all of your questions can be answered on their site-http://www.sistersonthefly.com/home/home-page

jean - March 3, 2012 Reply

some day I want to get a small trailer and do a little traveling, in between i;ll park it in my yard for a girl cave

Linda Hawkins - August 16, 2012 Reply

Love Love Love this…saw the group traveling in eastern washington this past weekend….would love to know more and one day join….

Joe - June 12, 2014 Reply

I have a 1965 Airstream Caravel 17ft for sale. It’s all original including the owners manual. I really didn’t know what I had until the sales lady at the RV store informed me and suggested I contact your club. Anyone interested please let me know. Thanks

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