Polar Bear

Starting at $8,750
Dry Weight on Polar Bear Standard Trim is 1,175 Lbs.
Interior Height on the Polar Bear is 6 Feet Tall
Interior Width is 5 feet wide
Interior Length is 10 feet long

Do you desire a teardrop camper that you can stand up in? The Polar Bear offers a unique design that has a teardrop shape while supplying 6′ high ceilings. No large truck or full-size SUV is needed for this camper thanks to it’s 1,600 Lb weight! Enjoy ample cabinet space and a shelf large enough for a mini-refrigerator over the optional 5,000 BTU AC. Open up the windows and turn on your Maxxair roof fan to enjoy a nice breeze as you dine at the 2 -3 person dinette seating area. After a long day of outdoor activities come back to your Polar and convert it bed mode using the queen size mattress in our standard trim campers.

Take to the Open Road in

A Stand-up Teardrop!

Go from dinette mode...

to bed mode in minutes!

Affordable - Feature Packed

Fridge in teardrop camper

Interior Features

  • 6′ Tall Headroom
  • Queen Size Bed (Standard Trim)
  • Dinette Seating Area (Standard Trim)
  • MaxxAir Roof Vent
  • 5,000 BTU AC (Optional)
  • Dual USB Charging Ports (With Battery Kit)
  • Deep Cell Battery (Optional)
  • Front Interior Power strip with USB
  • Solid Birch Cabinets (Standard Trim)
Teardrop Camper Frame

3,500 Lb Frame

3,500 Lb. Heavy-duty leaf spring frame and EZ-lube axle come standard making the Polar Bear ready for action!

Teardrop Camper that you can stand-up in

Exterior Features

  • 15″ Tires and Rims with full size spare
  • Electric Brakes
  • Solar Port (With battery kit)
  • Front Rack – Can Carry up to 250 Lbs. (Optional)
  • Outside Table (Optional)
  • Deadbolt Door Lock
  • Exterior Step
  • 2″ Rear Reciever – Perfect for bikes!

Below are general specs on the Polar Bear model. If you have further questions please reach out to us and we’ll be happy to answer them!

Polar Bear comes standard with:

  • Interior LED Lights
  • Front Electrical Strip with USB Ports
  • Maxxair Roof Fan/Vent
  • Smoke Detector
  • Step Stool for easy entrance
  • Dual USB Ports located in the head of the bed
  • Electric Brakes
  • Mounted Spare Tire

    Polar Bear Specifications:
  • 5’ x 10’ x 6’-0” Tall
  • Weight 1600 lbs ( Dry Weight on Standard Models )
  • Tongue Weight is 130 lbs
  • Built on a heavy-duty metal frame (5×8) with a leaf spring 3,500 Lb. rated axle.
  • 15” aluminum wheels
  • 2 folding rear stabilizer jacks
  • Camper is 5’x10’ (curve on the front is 8” out, the curve on the back is 16” out)
  • Sides of camper are ¾” marine grade plywood skinned with gel-coated fiberglass inside and outside
  • The roof is covered with a .040 gel-coated fiberglass.
  • The total height of the camper from the ground up is XX ” to the top of the vent
  • Total length including tongue is 14′
  • Total width is 80” from outside of wheels
  • Hitch requires a 2” ball and approx 17″ – 18” from the ground to top of the ball
  • Bed length is 75” width is 58 ½” floor clearance is 12”
  • Benches are 22 1/2” x 19 ½ each
  • The table is 20” x 24”
  • The door opening is 22” wide x 68” tall
  • The windows are 37″ wide x 21″ tall
  • Cabinet Depth 17 ½; Length is 36”
  • Shelf Height 19 3/4”; Depth 19”; Length 22 ½”; Clearance from floor to bottom of the shelf is 19”
  • Upper Shelf; Length 58 ½”; Depth 11”; Height 8”
  • Height from mattress to ceiling at door is 53”
  • Height from mattress to ceiling in the back is 36”
  • Height from floor to ceiling at the door is 6’-0”
  • The ceiling is 1/8” plywood with 2 x 4 cross members
  • The roof is insulated with 1 1/2” polystyrene insulation; topped with 1/8” plywood

Please note: All trailer weights used in product literature and other promotional materials, does not include
cargo, options, or other installed accessories. Please refer to the options tab to see the approximate weights of optional equipment.

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Customize your bear!

Available Polar Bear Options

Noco Genius Gen 1 Mini

Battery Kit

$360 | Weighs: 50 Lbs.
This Option Includes:

  • Deep-cycle battery in a box
  • Battery Charger
  • Power strip located in the front
  • Dual USB ports at the head of the bed
  • Solar port on the outside
Teardrop Camper Kitchen by Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers

Pull Out Kitchen

$760 | Weighs: TBD
This Brand New Option Includes:

  • Kitchen pulls out of underfloor storage
  • Equipped with two burner propane stove
  • Has sink that connects to campsite water
  • Designed for fast & easy cooking!
AC for teardrop camper

Air Conditioner 

$410 | Weighs: 40 Lbs.
This ‘Cool’ Option Includes

  • 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner
  • Includes custom vent cover to keep AC clean and protects from damage
  • Must be plugged into shore power to operate
  • Perfect for those hot summer camping days!
Rustic Trail Teardrop Campers Front Rack

Front Rack

$185 | Weighs: 20 Lbs.
Perfect to store your gear and extra equipment!
Can hold up to 250 Lbs.!

front rack box for teardrop camper

Front Rack Tool Box

$310 | Weighs: 32 Lbs.
Black Diamond Plated toolbox connected to the front rack. Note: Requires the front rack option.

Side table for teardrop camper

Outside Table

$85 | Weighs: 15 Lbs.
Clips onto the door side of the camper. The table fits in the underfloor storage.

Nylon Canopy

$210 | Weighs: 15 Lbs.
This canopy style awning is made of nylon and rolls up to attach to the side of the camper just over the door. It comes with the poles needed to ensure proper setup.


Vinyl Stripe

Personalize your RTTC and add splash of color with this FREE 3″ vinyl stripe option. Over 20 different color choices are available! Check them out when you build & order your RTTC.


Bunk Bed Configuration

The bunk bed configuration allows for a child to sleep in the front of the trailer and one on the floor in a separate bed. The main queen size bed remains.

Outside Outlet for a Rustic Trail Teardrop Camper

Outside Power Outlet


Brand new option!
Power up your phone or other gear from the outside of your camper!

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More Coming Soon!

RTTC is always coming up with new ways to personalize your camper! Check back often to see what we have added next.

Meet Polar Bear Owners!

Polar Bear Featured Owner

Kari G. & Joan F. - (Wisconsin)

Why did you choose this model?
At first, I ordered a Grizzly, but when I went into the showroom and physically compared the Grizzly and the Polar models, I felt the Polar was much roomier as I stretched my arms while seated at the table. I also noted the storage area was a bit larger.

What is your favorite feature about this model?
Stand-ability and interior storage.

Where is your favorite place that you have taken your RTTC?
State Parks in Wisconsin and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Seashore.

What vehicle do you use to tow this model?
2019 Subaru Outback 4cyl

What is your favorite camping meal?
Breakfast! Bacon and ANYTHING!

Polar Bear Featured Owner

Adam P. - (Wisconsin)

Why did you choose this model?
It was important for us to be able to stand up inside the camper.

What is your favorite feature about this model?
The height, the bed, and the exhaust fan.

Where is your favorite place that you have taken your RTTC?
Copper Harbor, MI

What vehicle do you use to tow this model?
1999 Toyota 4runner

What is your favorite camping meal?
Brats! (We’re from Wisconsin)

Carrying bikes on the back of a camper
Polar Bear Featured Owner

Bill & Bonnie W. - (Tennessee)

Why did you choose this model?
My 6’1″ husband can stand almost upright in the Polar Bear. It has tons of cabinet space and more wall space for organizational hacks.

What is your favorite feature about this model?
I love that it is light enough that I can move it around by myself and easy enough to hitch up and tow with my car. It has enough space inside for a small refrigerator, microwave, and a hot plate since we don’t do camp cookery anymore. The bed is extremely comfortable, and I love being inside all cozy at night.

Where is your favorite place that you have taken your RTTC?
So far, after only 4 trips, my favorite is Montgomery Bell State Park, but I look forward to many other “favorite” places in the future!

What vehicle do you use to tow this model?
2012 Subaru Outback

What is your favorite camping meal?
Unfortunately, we can’t eat it anymore, but our favorite meal used to be cheese-filled, bacon-wrapped hot dogs on the grill.