If you mean within the next 10 years, with 2015 as a starting date, then it is not outside the realm of possibility.
The advent of cheaper launches does appear to be upon us. SpaceX is very close to recovering a first stage. Whether they can refly it cheaply is the key question. They are close to launching a Falcon Heavy, again if they can succeed and also recover/refly is the key question.
If they succeed, space flight costs will drop dramatically. At that point, cheaper missions become very possible.
If a moon launch was \$200 million (Say Atlas V launched) for launch services and with reuse of first stages drops to \$20-30 million a launch, the economics of it clearly change.
Google has been pushing for lunar rovers, and people are actively working on them. Will they succeed? An interesting question. The moon is a harsh mistress, so it is hard to know. Odds seem to favour at least one succeeding out of the pack.
Can all these things come together within the next ten years? At the moment it looks likely, but many things can happen between now and then.