These trailers, or otherwise known as popup campers, are perfect for camping and weekends away. They're also great for longer vacations, where you really want to experience the great outdoors but still being protected from the not so good elements.
With the tent trailers you don't have to go out and buy a bigger car to tow it.
They're lightweight, ranging from 1500lbs to 4000lbs. Because they're lightweight, they're also easy to tow. You also don't have to worry about side view mirrors as the tent trailers don't obstruct your view when driving.
The bottom half is made of steel and the top half has collapsible side walls made of canvas.
They also range in length from 8' to 15' when closed and up to 25' when open. That's some excellent living space!
These trailers put a whole new perspective on camping. Camping with all the comforts of home.
Have you ever thought of cooking a gourmet meal while camping? You can with any one of the Coleman Campers.
The beds aren't as comfortable as what you probably have at home. They're a far cry from an air bed that goes down in the middle of the night and in the morning you find yourself sleeping on the hard ground. You can also upgrade to your own choice of mattress. There's enough room in some of the models to go for a king size mattress if that takes for fancy. Have you ever heard of such a thing? Oh, and they sleep up to 8 people.
Setting up a makeshift shower with cold water is a thing of the past. Daily showers while camping, who would have thought. Imagine, no more digging holes to go to the toilet!
Most popups also have air conditioning and heaters, so there's no need to worry about freezing cold nights or hot summer days.
Some of the campers have pullouts on not just the front and back, but on all 4 sides. So that means much more room.
Every nook and cranny in these campers have been used to store things and don't worry about bench space. There's plenty of that as well.
Setting up and taking down your popup camper takes longer than travel trailers or 5th wheelers, however they're a far cry from a tent and so much more comfortable.
Some options of the Tent Trailers are as follows:
• 2 Burner Stove
• Center Living Room
• Center Kitchen
• Tile Floor in Kitchen
• Booth Dinette
• Front & Rear Stabilizer Jacks
• Front Queen Bed
• Rear Queen Bed
• Fiberglass Exterior
• Spare Tire
• Patio Awning
• 2 Burner Stove
• Gas Water Heater
• Outside Shower
The cost is quite reasonable and can be found for as little as $500-$1000 for a used camper or up to around $20,000 for a brand new model. You can add more accessories to make your camper more luxurious, however with the Coleman Tent Trailers, you'll find more standard options than in most other popup campers.