Campers are gearing up for spring and the season is officially underway. Some people are already making their first camping trips for the season. Soon, campgrounds and state parks will be filled with camp fires. Before you buy your first RV, there are some things you should consider.
It is important to decide how rough you want it to be. Many campers don't want too much roughing it. There are many different types of campers trailers, each with different amenities. The most basic model of pull-back campers is the pop-up. These campers are an upgrade to tent camping. These beds are raised off the ground and come with mattresses. Most of them have small kitchenettes, while some newer models include small bathrooms. Pop-ups can also be equipped with heat or air conditioning. Pop-up campers can be folded up and stored easily. Because they are lightweight, even small SUVs can haul most pop-ups.
Next is the pull behind campers with pop-out sleeping areas. These campers are a mix of a traditional campervan and a pop-up. They are built with hard sides and have a larger kitchen and bathroom. They have soft sides and pop-up sleeping areas. These campers can be easily pulled by smaller vehicles because they are lightweight.
Pull behind campers or fifth wheels are the next level. There are many options for these rigs. Some are simple, while others offer luxury and style that rivals your home. These campers often have slide-outs that give you more space. You can choose from one to many slide outs.