1870 Kintyre Street, Eugene, Oregon 97402, US | 541-743-7002​

A Cozy Welcome

 Family Owned & Operated

Cozy Cruiser is a RV manufacturer specializing in fun, customized, camping travel made easy.  Our "Teardrop" trailers are the perfect solution for a quick & convenient getaway or a more laid back leisurely adventure.  Go your own way.   Explore the country.  Soak up the sights.  Our philosophy is very basic - helping people, rediscover the pure pleasure of the outdoor experience.  Our products are engineered to deliver customized comfort, without all the burden & high costs of a "supersized" RV or trailer.  It's a big country out there & we want you to enjoy it.  Happy Cruising!


-The Cozy Cruiser Family


 Co-owners and brothers John and Rich Egli are Oregon natives,  & began working for the largest RV manufacturer in the state.  Moving on to contract work, they have redesigned living & storage spaces to suit each customer's lifestyle needs in all types of recreational vehicles.  Together, they have over 55 years experience & expertise needed in producing professional, high quality Cozy Cruiser Teardrop Trailers.  John & Rich take pride in their workmanship to meet each customers needs & expectations for every project.  Their work comes guaranteed.  Each Cruiser also comes with a 2 year warranty.  They are currently offering free consultations & full inspections for your trailer or RV repairs & upgrades.  Don't hesitate to contact them from the contact page or give them a call today!


P.S - Take a minute to check out the Oregon   rivers below,  inspiring our Cruiser names!         


Deschutes River

The Deschutes River in central Oregon is a major tributary of the Columbia River The river provides much of the drainage on the eastern side of the Cascade Range in Oregon, gathering many of the tributaries that descend from the drier, eastern flank of the mountains. The Deschutes provided an important route to and from the Columbia for Native Americans for thousands of years, and then in the 19th century for pioneers on the Oregon Trail. The river flows mostly through rugged and arid country, and its valley provides a cultural heart for central Oregon. Today the river supplies water for irrigation and is popular in the summer for whitewater rafting and fishing.

 Willamette River

The Willamette River is a major tributary of the Columbia River.  While it shares many similarities to the McKenzie, aside from the recreational aspects the Willamette also boasts an incredible amount of historical Bridges, Dams, and Wildlife.
The McKenzie is popular for boating especially fishing, kayaking, and whitewater rafting; it is also incredibly popular for Hiking and Mountain Biking on some of its amazing trails including the 26.5 mile McKenzie River  National Recreation Trail

 McKenzie River


The Umpqua, similar to the McKenzie and Willamette, boasts some of the world's best fly-fishing, salmon fishing, and sturgeon fishing, and additionally the Umpqua river fishing is also famous for its small-mouth bass, striped bass, and shad population.  Although it is one of the smaller rivers in Oregon it still boasts some of its most unique landscapes.

Umpqua River

 The Rogue River is widely known for its salmon runs, whitewater rafting, and rugged scenery, it was one of the original eight rivers named in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. The river flows through the geologically young High Cascades and the older Western Cascades, another volcanic province.
 In the Kalmiopsis Wilderness section of the Rogue basin are some of the world's best examples of rocks that form the Earth's mantle. Near the mouth of the river, the only dinosaur fragments ever discovered in Oregon were found in the Otter Point Formation.


 Rogue River

 Columbia River 

The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, rising in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada, it flows northwest and then south into the US state of Washington, then turns west to form most of the border between Washington and the state of Oregon before emptying into the Pacific Ocean. It is 1,243 miles long, and its largest tributary is the Snake River which flows into Idaho. Its drainage basin is roughly the size of France and extends into seven U.S. states and a Canadian province.