Best Pop Up Campers

 

Every season is a good time for camping. The most critical part of tent camping is pop-up campers. These campers are perfect for anyone who wants more than a tent and also wants an easy setup. Below are the top eight pop-up campers you must check out. 

Forest River (2021) Series 176LTD Flagstaff Mac HD 

The Forest River camper weighs 1465 pounds on unloaded vehicles. It is closed for towing and storage, and it stretches seventeen feet and two inches at the campsite. So, you can transport it using a smaller vehicle. 

With the leather appearance of seating and wood-lock flooring, Forest River Flagstaff is a must-have. Further, its interiors have a booth dinette and two beds as sleeping space. The two-burner cooktop, two sets of cabinets, a sink, and a small refrigerator are perks. You won’t even have to face the heat and mess of cooking outdoors. 

2021 Forest River RV Rockwood Freedom Series 1980

Rockwood Freedom campers are spacious and weigh 1359 pounds on unloaded vehicles. It is a fifteen feet and seven inches long trailer, and fully extended it is twenty feet, two inches long. Inside these tent trailers, there’s a three-burner stovetop with an air conditioner, sink, and refrigerator. You can easily prepare meals and enjoy tent camping.

There’s a U-shaped dinette and a booth dinette. These Forest River options are fantastic for your mealtime. Also, you may convert them into sleeping spaces. On each side of the pop-up camper, you’ll have extra beds. If you wish to cook outside, a gas grill would be perfect. Also, for the hot summer days, a nine feet awning will keep it all cool. 

Jayco Jay Sport (Camper for families12UD)

The 12UD Jay Sport pop-up camper is a tow-behind sizable camper. Jayco made this travel trailer. If you wish to go uphill and enjoy yourself with your family, this camping pop-up is ideal. These campers weigh approximately 1895 pounds.

It may not be the lightest. But it’ll make your camping fun. There’s sleeping space for seven to eight people in this camping trailer—a queen bed of full size and a seating area that becomes a sleeping area as well. You’ll get a sink and a burner stove to cook delicious meals. There are areas for dining and seating in the kitchen area. So, your entire family can comfortably dine. Although there’s no shower or bathroom, it’ll help you save weight. 

High Wall Forest River Flagstaff Pop-up

With a large dinette area, high walls, a camper toilet, and a sofa, Forest River Flagstaff is all you need. The sleeping space is for six people, and it has spacious living areas and a bathroom (indoor). The camper weighs 3721 pounds. It’s heavy because of the floor plan (HW29SC) floor plan. So, ensure that the towing capacity of your lift system is high. 

Alaskan Cabover (6.5) Hard-sided Pop-up Camper

Generally, camping trailers have a tent-like, soft wall. But, the Alaskan pop-up is different. It’s still a camper, the only difference being its hard walls. If you have a full-size truck, these tent trailers are a must-buy. You will get better durability and more protection with this solid option. There’s maple hardwood trim and custom cushions inside this camper that make it elegant. 

RV Rockwood (Forest River) Freedom Series 1980

It is a 1980 Forest River camper, but the latest version is twenty-four feet and ten inches long. The vehicle weight to carry this camping trailer should be about 5063 pounds. With that, there’s a flip-up sofa and three queen size tent beds in this camper. You may convert the sofa and dinette into sleeping spaces. 

This pop-up’s exterior and interior features have a stereo with Bluetooth, CD, FM, AM, DVD systems. There’s a sink, toilet, glass door shower, and a skylight. You need not run to a public restroom late at night. 

Cooking in this camping trailer is very easy. You have many options. There’s a gas griddle and a burner stove. So, either prepare your meals inside or outside and then store leftovers in the refrigerator. 

A-liner Family: Best Unique Pop-up Camper

This camping trailer is impressive with the features of both hard-sided pop-up campers and soft, angled ones. There’s a lot of sleeping space in this A-frame-style camper. With a bunk bed on one side and a queen bed on another, you’d love this pop-up. Moreover, there’s a single bed in the middle. So, kids and parents can make themselves comfortable here. 

Some valuable amenities include a small sink, a dinette, an outdoor shower, an optional toilet, and the slide-out kitchen area has burner stoves. The camper weighs 2000 pounds. 

Forest River RV (2021) Rockwood A213HW (With High Walls)

If you’re willing to enhance your adventure, choose a Forest River camper. With an unloaded weight of 2559 pounds. Without an extension, the trailer is nineteen feet and four inches long. But, when you extend, it becomes twenty-three feet eleven inches long. You will find a booth dinette (kitchen) to make delicious meals. If you have an overnight guest, you may create additional sleeping space. Two twin beds become a large king-size bed. 

Interior features of this travel trailer include the Wi-Fi ranger, USB ports, Wi-Fi Booster SKY 4. So, even if you are uphill, you can work remotely and spend time with nature. There are privacy curtains, LED ceiling lights, wood-look flooring in each Forest River model. The foam mattress makes you feel at home. Finally, there’s a portable toilet seat available with this RV.

There are burner stoves (two-burner) in this camper if you wish to prepare meals inside. There’s a handy microwave oven and an exterior gas grill for those who love to cook outside.

Conclusion

Whether you are a mountain biker or wish to enjoy time outdoors, campers are essential. The various models given here have sufficient storage space and most amenities. Use these models to determine the features you are looking for in a pop-up camper.