Hello! I am excited! I grew up camping in a tent. My husband has moderate Cerebral Palsy and his family didn't camp. I am told he went with a friend several times as an adult in a pop up. So I am assuming he is able to sit on an end bunk and scoot into bed. His CP effects both legs and an arm. He has one hand bent in. Needless to say, I am use to setting up camp myself. Yes, you can purchase larger tents and put them up with only one person! We also have 6 kids ranging from 9 to 18 months in age. Our 9 year old has high functioning autism, our soon to be 8 year old has ADHD, and our 18 month old was born with a continental heart defect. She had her first surgery at 2 months old and will have another when she is 5 and one more in her late teens. I love my husband, but he loves his job a little too much. lol Getting him to take a vacation is tricky. So this year I decided I wanted something that would set up in 5 minutes or so instead of the 15-20 that it takes me to put up our tent. This way I could leave the kids in their car seats for a few minutes and set up camp safely. I lucked out and our neighbor decided to sell one of her pop up campers! She took $200 off because we are friends. I know there is a little bit of work that needs to be done, but this should enable me to safely be able to camp without my husband there. So the kids and I can go camping during the week and be back to see him on the weekend or he can join us after work on Friday. Oh, and I also have an extra kid sometimes. So I would be camping with 7 children 9 - 18 months. The camper I am buying is wither a 93' or a 95' Destiny Rio Grande. I hope to take it on our 4th of July weekend camping trip. I leave on Thursday to go to the Soo Locks (minus husband, but a friend is going with me), we return Monday, then we will leave again that Thursday till Tuesday the 5th. My neighbor said she would clean out the camper for me while I was gone this next week. It's still at her place right now (across the fence from my living room window) and she needs to get some of her things out of it. I am so excited!