Introduction and Show Off
Post introductions for new members and show us your proud tow vehicle, camper or favorite campsite.
New and Pre-Purchase
New to the camping world or just thinking about it? Here's where you can ask all the questions to the experienced campers.
Campgrounds, State Parks, Etc
including private campgrounds, state/provincial parks & forests, national parks, forests and army corps of engineers.
including everything related to AC, propane, heaters, refrigerators, water heater, stoves and ovens.
including everything related to tow vehicles, towing, brakes, bearings and tires.
Leveling & Stabilization
including manual and electric tongue jacks, BAL levelers, chocks, scissor and stabilizing jacks.
including everything related to wiring, site power, batteries, generators, solar, lighting and electronics.
Ask questions or show off the modification (mods) that you've made to your camper. Here's your chance to brag a little.
Pop-Ups are manufactured as a lightweight unit with collapsible sidewalls
that are made of hard-wall construction or canvas. When set up, they can provide
full kitchen, dining, bathroom, and sleeping facilities depending on the model.
They are easy to tow and they give you the feeling of camping in the outdoors
while still being protected from the elements. This board includes
everything related to lift systems, roofs, slide outs, bunkends, canvas, awnings
and much more.
Hybrid travel trailers combine the features of a pop-up trailer and a
hard-sided trailer. In their camping configuration, one or more bunks fold down
from the side with canvas tent covers. When in travel, the bunks fold up into
the side of the trailer leaving four hard sides. The primary advantage of a
hybrid travel trailer is that it offers a greater space to weight ratio.
This board includes everything related to roofs, power slide outs, bunk ends,
canvas, rollup awnings, doors and windows, liquid systems monitors and more.
Cooking Videos, Camping Basic Videos and so much more.
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