Each year an incredible number of campers leave the confines of their homes and neighborhoods and tripped on a quest for the fresh air and open spaces of the fantastic outdoors. But campers are no unique of other vacationers, and the degree to that they escape the comforts of home can vary greatly. Some campers prefer to travel in their RV (recreational vehicle) in which they can enjoy all the comforts of home and then some! Some RVs have significantly more amenities than many homes or hotels!
As opposed to the RV camper, some people truly prefer to rough it and live off the land as their ancestors did. For them a tent and fire provide their basic necessities, and the fun lies in getting away from modern creature comforts. However, not all campers are interested in staying in one place. Sportsman ? like hunters or fisherman ? or those who simply prefer to explore, need something different which will supply them with shelter, comfort, and mobility, and nothing fills that role just like a truck camper.
A truck camper is a camper that rests securely in the flatbed part of a pickup truck. Unlike an RV or pop up camper (a camper that’s towed behind a truck or car), a truck camper permits you to bring a solid shelter with you in the smallest possible footprint.
Because Entreposage rests in a pickup, it can go just about anywhere a pickup can go. Back roads or the boulevard, parkways or national parks, a truck camper can go anywhere your heart desires. That is why these campers will be the choice for the sportsman who seeks remote hunting or fishing grounds, or the campers who would like to find their own campsite far away from the convention of the hardwired campgrounds.
Truck campers offer obvious advantages within their mobility, in addition to lower gas mileage and lower profile than RVs or pop-up campers. However, don’t let their smaller size fool you, they could be incredibly well appointed and more spacious than one would imagine. Like all recreational vehicles, they range in size, features, and price.
Starting with a smaller and much more basic model, one would typically find a truck camper that offers floor space that’s roughly eight feet in length. While that may sound small, a smartly designed truck camper can pack a lot in that little space. You will probably find that even the more basic, more affordable truck campers will have features like an ice box, a sink with hot and cool water, a stove top, Porta-Potti storage space, an outdoor shower with privacy curtain, a sitting area, and a generously sized bed. When combined with propane gas and water storage ability, a good basic truck camper makes it possible for you to venture far from the beaten path without sacrificing comfort or ignoring any of your basic needs.
In case you have a taste for things that are anything but basic there are truck campers for you as well. Deluxe campers can stretch to as much as twelve feet of floor length and also have a list of features that you would expect to find on a complete sized RV. How about a bathroom and shower, flat screen television with surround sound system, refrigerator and freezer, multiple burner stove top and oven, heating and air conditioning, and a queen sized bed? Yes, all of those things and much more can comfortably fit in a high quality truck camper.
The truck camper that’s best for you depends upon a number of things. Your wants and needs, your allowance, & most important, your truck; all those factors will drive your ultimate decision. Some campers can not easily fit into the bed of smaller trucks, and some smaller trucks can not handle the weight of the biggest truck campers (that may exceed three thousand pounds). As soon as you find a combination that meets your criteria then your destination is your decision! A truck camper is your key to anywhere you would like to go, and you can go with just as much style as your heart desires!