In this episode of Playing with Sticks we will be introducing you to our teardrop boondocking tent with all the best features…minus one! For our family a side entrance tent is essential for long stays in our teardrop trailer. We like to tell people that our side entry tent is our teardrop camper outdoor living room. A teardrop side entrance tent allows us to get in and out of the camper without getting wet, and is a great way for getting dressed in a teardrop trailer. Having an outdoor canopy off of the teardrop camper provides our family shade and protection from the wind and rain. We have also found a camping screen room is a must in Alaska because it protects us from the bugs and massive mosquitoes. These are just a few of the features our teardrop trailer tent provides. Check out this video to see the nine features this teardrop trailer has and the one feature we really wish it had!
This episode of Playing with Sticks was shot at a boondocking location on the Knik River in Alaska. This is one of our favorite locations in Southcentral Alaska.
In this video we mention our 5 Best Teardrop Camper Tents video which can be viewed at
We also mentioned our trip to the Knik River Cabin to see the Northern Lights. You can find that video at
The screenhouse tent that was highlighted in this entire video is called the Hasika All-Weather Diversified Instant Screened Tent. This outdoor screen house tent can be found on amazon at V