The trailers can be used in a multitude of ways: as a protected sleeping area, to store additional camping gear, to plug in a refrigerator or heater and to get out of the less desirable elements. Each of the trailers come in different colors and have large windows and skylights.
The campers are factory direct from the company, so the basic BaseCamp costs $2,395, and the CoolCamp with a 5,000 BTU air conditioner and cargo box costs $2,895. You can also order additions like a compact refrigerator ($125), custom curtains ($75), a 12 volt to 110 volt power converter package ($299) and 13 inch high profile tires and rims.
Photos by Runaway Campers
Christina in june i had a chance to see one of these neat campers down on the gulf coast.We were at big lagoon in perdido bay and a couple from Memphis tn. had one.It was nice the couple said it fit their lifestyle for quick trips much like our's did us.I asked them if they went to teardrop gatherings and was shocked when i was told they had but felt snubed because the shape wasnt classic teardrop.I loved it and told them so.hopefully i will see more like it in the future.ReplyDelete
You've got some neat campers, It does come on comfy to use it on when camping. Though it has just a small space, still it does looks cute.ReplyDelete
Yet another reason to stay thin and healthy. Otherwise, you'll not be able to fit two people inside. I know, I have one (and wish it was about 4-6 inches wider.ReplyDelete
Hahhaa... thanks for that good advice...Delete
It has an access port so that you can bring an electrical cord inside the tent and an awning over the door to keep out the sun. It’s a fabulous tent for large families, scouts, and longer camping trips. survival shovelReplyDelete