Just looking to hear if anyone chooses to use Pop Ups despite being able to get a travel trailer if they wanted. Not everyone has the money and capable tow vehicle to haul a travel trailer, but for those that could if they wanted to, why do you still choose a pop up?
I have never had a camper, either as a kid or adult, and am looking into getting something for our family of 4 and this is something I’ve been wondering.
I can afford what I'd like. I like my pop up. It's the smallest one made. Doesn't even require a title or license in WI, and we just camped it for 10 days without a complaint.
There's such luxury in a lightweight tow where you can see behind you. It has a replaced canvas, and despite a couple of serious rainstorms, the interior remained dry. I can make coffee in the morning without electricity and without leaving the camper.
It's just the two of us. We each take a bunk end. I can't imagine fussing with a bigger camper and black/gray water tanks, fresh water, etc. One of our kids has a cartridge toilet that seems to suit them. Still a pop up.
You can call us big fans of the easy-tow big-living concept.