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Old 04-03-2011, 01:59 PM   #1
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Lets see your camping Pics!

Lets see your camping set ups, campers, tents, cardboard boxes, stuff stacked on the roof twice as high as the jeep, post em all!!

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I live in philly and there is no way I'm leaving my top down and doors off anywhere around here! Maybe for small trips where I'm not moving far from my jeep I can't watch it with my eyes. Can't trust people no matter where you live! Unless you live in Canada lol
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Old 04-03-2011, 02:09 PM   #2
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I don't have any right now. I try to save cellphone battery when I'm stranded in the wilderness for a weekend

I have plans to hit up the Alegheny Mountains this summer for some beer, nature, fishing, hunting, and wheelin' fun though

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Old 04-03-2011, 02:10 PM   #3
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Love the camping. Good idea for a thread. Here's my contribution:
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Old 04-03-2011, 11:29 PM   #4
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do you pull that trailer with the jeep?
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1973 dodge sportsman. Just bought it for $300 a few weeks back
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Old 04-04-2011, 01:06 AM   #6
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This is the best way to camp. It can fit a king size bed w/ just about any accommodations. I have used my 14 footer many times camping the California cost, pulled by my trusty YJ

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Old 04-04-2011, 02:58 PM   #7
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Darin1701, Good one. I actually just got rid of the trailer and pick-up and purchased a motorhome so I can tow my Jeep. (I just can't leave it at home). I'll have new and improved pics up after next trip.
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I can't wait till it warms up so I can take the jeep camping! Biggest thing I'm looking forward to do with it, I'd love to see the inside of that thing Subzero?
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This is the tent trailer I now pull with the TJ.
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Old 04-05-2011, 09:02 AM   #10
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First pick shows the jeep "loaded down" with four days of gear, food, water, fuel, and adult beverages. Second pic was our home for the weekend, Guale 1. Incredible trip!
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I use my trusty blazer for the heavier stuff.....

Haha jk, buddy I've mine sent me that pick a few months ago?
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Old 04-06-2011, 10:38 PM   #13
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I have never seen a camper like that before Scoob, hows it work?
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I have never seen a camper like that before Scoob, hows it work?
Its a Chalet hard side camper. Its an A frame camper that only takes about 30 seconds from the time I get it backed into the spot to set it up. They are nice because they are lightweight enough that even a wrangler can pull them pretty easy. Fully loaded with camping gear and full propane tanks it only weighs about 1600 pounds. But still big enough to sleep 3 adults (or in my case 2 adults and 2 dogs).
Here's a couple you tubes on them. I am going to sell mine this summer and buy a new one, mine is a 2003 but they haven't changed a thing



Here is another guy who seems to get pretty excited about a toilet
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Its a Chalet hard side camper. Its an A frame camper that only takes about 30 seconds from the time I get it backed into the spot to set it up. They are nice because they are lightweight enough that even a wrangler can pull them pretty easy. Fully loaded with camping gear and full propane tanks it only weighs about 1600 pounds. But still big enough to sleep 3 adults (or in my case 2 adults and 2 dogs).
Here's a couple you tubes on them. I am going to sell mine this summer and buy a new one, mine is a 2003 but they haven't changed a thing


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I've never seen one of them around here before, looks reaal easy to set up. Are they very expensive? I've been looking around at regular pop up trailer's but I dunno they're all more than I wanna pay. I'm cheap
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I've never seen one of them around here before, looks reaal easy to set up. Are they very expensive? I've been looking around at regular pop up trailer's but I dunno they're all more than I wanna pay. I'm cheap
If you think the canvas pop ups are to much you don't want a hard side camper. I can say after owning several pop ups I would never buy another one. They are just such a pain with maintenance, mold and mildew. I picked up the current chalet (2003 arrowhead) used for 6K about 2 years ago.
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The new motorhome I bought so I could always take my Jeep!!!!!!!! Towed it to the beach last weekend...maiden voyage, and it was great.
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Here are a couple of pics from my Moab trip last year. If the second pic looks funny it's because it was hail, not rain. Look closely at the tent bottom of the third pic and you can see the pea sized hail building up. It was a great trip regardless of the weather that evening.
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Now that's my kind of camping!
People wonder why I'm never really excited about using state/nat'l park campgrounds, with all the RVs and generators and whatnot.

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And sometimes, camping with others:

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Oh it's great! Apparently we never take pics of our regular tent camping, I have pics of backpacking, kayaking, etc. but none of tent setups with Jeeps on site!
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The first is at Monroe lake in March and the second two are at Land Between the Lakes two weeks ago. Our campsite and loaded up ready to head home.
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Here's some more. This weekend at Cave Run Lake. Wish I could have gotten both in the same shot.
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Sorry I decided to include more camping area as opposed to camping set up pics.





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