About Droplet


Our Mission

Design and build the most reliable, simple, ergonomic teardrop camper with the weekend warrior in mind. We strive to be mindful of our environment daily and within our community and thus commit to dedicate 10% of our profits to building and maintaining Free campsites for DROPLET owners and renters. Our dream is to rally Coast to Coast in North America by 2025, relying solely on free campgrounds.

Our Reason for Being

Our roots and energy are in nature. We want to help you feel free and experience this fantastic feeling of waking up in the middle of nature. Inspired by Patagonia, we don’t want to grow our business at any cost. Our products are designed to last, using plenty of renewable materials. We cater to most vehicle sizes, so long as a hitch is in the back. DROPLET only weighs 950 lbs!


How many of us own equipment only used 2 or 3 times a year? We are fostering a community of Droplet teardrop trailer renters so any owner can share their travel trailer, make an extra income, and limit the impact of our overall manufacturing.


We want to make camping accessible and more affordable. Following the footsteps of some landowners in New Zealand, we are committed to dedicating 10% of our benefits to buying land in Canada and the USA. We will transform these properties into free campgrounds for self-contained campers.



Being surrounded by so many innovative and local businesses, Simon Fraser University’s Venture Labs helped DROPLET foster a sense of connection to the entrepreneurial community in British Columbia.

vancity bank

Vancity is focused on promoting the local community; our shared values created the perfect foundation for educating the Vancouver area on what DROPLET offers.


Colin McWhinnie, Canada Start-up

Colin McWhinnie (B.A., Economics – Leadership Development) focuses on growth and performance improvement. With over 15 years of facilitation and presentation experience, his clients have ranged from large organizations such as Oracle, Bell, Microsoft, and Vancity Credit Union.

Dean Barbour, Futurpreneur, Small Business BC

Dean Barbour has worked with small businesses in British Columbia over the last 20 years. He has been actively involved in organizations that deal directly with the economic climate of BC, including the Vancouver Board of Trade regional and provincial Chambers of Commerce.

We design, build, rent and sell our lightweight campers in Vancouver, BC


We manufacture in Burnaby, BC, with the latest technologies:
• CNC machining – Walls
• Waterjet cutting – Windows
• 3D printing – Windows latches
• Thermoforming – Front window
• Laser – Wheel alignment
• 5-ton press – Wall laminates