During bad weather, travel trailers can provide an escape from the cold, but most of your time is spent sitting or driving. Outdoors and indoors are different. I feel like I’m away from work at home. Because of the close quarters, popup campers require proper camping. Popup campers’ awnings provide a cool breeze in the late afternoon.
If you’ve never been camping or RVing, it can seem overwhelming. A motorhome isn’t like a car. Motorhomes can be heavy and bulky. Get a new attitude. Stopping the RV on time requires earlier turns and brakes. All of these factors are irrelevant to popup campers. The camper can be attached to your SUV or truck. Popup campers are much easier to maneuver than motorhomes.
The size variation:
You can choose from many sizes and weights of popup campers. You don’t need much space to tow. Popup trailers are convenient to store in the garage when not in use, as well as powerful enough to handle your camping needs. When RVers are not using their vehicles, they typically rent storage space. Garages can accommodate popup campers.
Cooling and heating:
Many people believe they must sacrifice some comforts with popup campers. Popup campers can be air conditioned. Winter camping has heating options. In winter, popup campers are unsuitable due to their lack of insulation. It’s okay to use a lightweight trailer as long as you understand that every cooling or heating option adds weight.
You’ll have a smaller room. Class A motorhomes often feel cramped. It’s the RV way. A popup camper typically parks on a campground, explores, then parks again. Popup campers still hold a lot. Kitchen, fridge, and bed.
Bathrooms are possible.
Restrooms are usually available at parks and campgrounds. Is your popup camper capable of boondocking alone? Popup campers can have bathrooms. Possibly, you wonder. A popup camper bathroom won’t compare to your home bathroom. Storage compartments can be built into toilets. Campers with cassette toilets are common. Popup campers have sinks and showers.