The Popularity Of Coleman Campers


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Pop up campers have been a mainstay on campgrounds for decades, and for good reason. Campers offer many advantages that are unique and cannot be had in larger RV's (recreation vehicles) or in traditional tent camping. A pop up camper takes camping to a new level by providing all the comforts of home, such as a kitchen, refrigerator, stove, oven, air conditioning, heat, beds, seating, and bathrooms, to name more than a few.

Amenities like these are simply impossible to have when you are confined to a tent. On the other hand, a larger RV has room for all the comforts of a pop up camper with room to spare for more, but they have their drawbacks as well. RVs are extremely large and can be both difficult and intimidating to drive. Further, they can not be parked in conventional parking lots, and city driving is simply out of the question. Add to that their low fuel economy, high price tag, and the space required to store them when they are not in use, and it is no wonder that many campers opt for a different option such as pop up campers. And when it comes to pop up campers, one name has stood out from the rest for decades: Coleman Campers.

Coleman Campers – known as Fleetwood, or Fleetwood Coleman since a 1989 licensing agreement merged the two brands – offer the top of the line in pop up campers. Pop up campers have enjoyed a lasting popularity due to their affordable price, ease of storage (they collapse into a much smaller footprint when not in use), and their ability to be towed by an existing vehicle rather than requiring their own engine, like a full sized RV. But not all pop up campers are created equal, and Coleman Campers have earned their place at the top for good reason.

Coleman has long been the top name in camping supplies, and it is their experience in the camping business that helps them deliver a product that meets their customers needs while exceeding expectations. The current line of Coleman Campers has a model for nearly every need and budget. The top of the line Highlander series has a list of features that reads like one you would find on the sticker of a luxury motor home.

At over twenty-six feet in length when opened, the highlander models have a full sized galley complete with plenty of counter space, a refrigerator-freezer, stove, oven, microwave, and everything else a galley needs. When you add a fully functioning solid-wall bathroom and shower, and two generous sleeping areas, it becomes obvious why the fleet of Coleman Campers is led by the Highlander.

The top selling Americana model offers many of the same highlights as the Highlander, but in a smaller scale, less weight, and lower price tag. Similarly, the Americana model is the most affordable of the offerings in the current fleet of Coleman Campers. Naturally, as the prices go down so does the size of the camper. Further, while many of the amenities and features remain the same, they tend to become more utilitarian and less posh in the lower priced models.

The aforementioned models of Coleman Campers are designed for travel on level and paved roads, and they are designed to be towed to campgrounds. Simply put, they aren't designed to handle rough terrain. If your pleasure revolves around remote, off road camping, then the Evolution model has your name written all over it.

Designed to be rugged and strong, the Evolution keeps going when the roads stop, and it does so with all the quality and features that you would expect from Coleman Campers. And if motor sports are what draws you to the open spaces, then the Scorpion model can bring you and all your toys to your destination. With a twelve foot cargo area that is part of the camper trailer, there is plenty of room for your motorcycles, quad runners, or whatever else you like to ride.

No matter what you look for in a camper, Coleman Campers have a model that is sure to fit your budget and needs. Packed with everything you need to relax and enjoy your time with nature, Coleman Campers prove that they are number one for a reason.

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