Originally Posted by duncmelsmom
We need our own category! Hybrid. I dream of a day when our campers will have their own classification and not be labeled partially one or partially another.
Okay, so it's a trailer except when camping in a no Pop Up campground? Isn't it true that Walmart parking lots won't allow canvas campers to spend the night? Just double checking.
we would never deploy our canvas ends in a Walmart parking lot! that's why hybrids are great, because you can "Turtle" in them.
but we would probably never stay overnite in a Walmart lot. nearly all of California's Walmarts ban overnite camping, due to city ordinances.
hybrids are an extremely niche market and not large in numbers, compare to other types of RV's.
tent trailer is NOT a hybrid. it's another term for popup camper. it seems to be used more out West than in other parts of the country. another term for popups is folding trailers.
we use travel trailer when making reservations and prefer back-in sites, since the rear bunk end can hang over the end of the pad, usually over a concrete bumper or log. and the front bunk end is about the same length as the A-frame.
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