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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 don't have any right now. I try to save cellphone battery when I'm stranded in the wilderness for a weekend :rofl:

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

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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 :thumb:

 

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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? :p
 

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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 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 :)

YouTube - 2007 Chalet folding trailer

Here is another guy who seems to get pretty excited about a toilet :)
YouTube - Chalet
 

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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 :)


Here is another guy who seems to get pretty excited about a toilet :)
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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