Switched awhile ago.....

[email protected]

New Member
Jun 9, 2020
LOL....yeah. Bigger than planned. :) We had a 96 Coleman Bayport for over 20 years. Used it ton but as our kids went to school and moved out, we didn't use it as much. Ended up selling it to a neighbor cheap. They still use it. We weren't planning on getting another PUP/TT and a year later we started talking about it. Initially wanted something around 30' or under. At the time we had a Tundra 4.6L v8 so we were limited to certain weights. Couldn't find a camper to fit what we wanted. Plus the Tundra was having recurring electrical issues that they couldn't find the reason for. So ended up getting an F250 and then bought the Reflection. It definitely pulls different than a PUP! Definitely cozy. Like the PUP, it has it's routine set up. I miss the simplicity of the Coleman but don't miss putting one down in the rain. I also don't miss the cold weather camping in it either.


Super Active Member
Platinum Supporting Member
Dec 26, 2009
Albuquerque, NM
Nice, the TTs aren't as handy to tow, but it sure is nice to pull in and be camping faster in most sites than with either of our popups.


Active Member
Oct 6, 2013
Same issue here... moved from a HW pup to a hybrid. Kids getting older and now we have grand children. Decided to go with a permanent site. Sold the hybrid, and not I have a 35' camper... It's nice especially with the grand kids, but this winter I wanted to get another pup... I found an awesome deal on a 2001 Starcraft Constellation. My son went with me to pick it up and talked me out of buying it... so he could buy it... He said I can borrow it... for a fee...

J Starsky

Super Active Member
Aug 3, 2017
East Central MN
IS that over 26ft? Looks like a nice size. Any bigger and we'd miss out on State Parks spots and other smaller places. We have a 25ft and love it.