High Wall Pop-Up Camper

51 review
Folding trailerMason, MI
Sleeps 6
22 ft. long
Pet friendly
Offers delivery

This is a high wall camper which means the solid walls are taller than traditional pop-up campers. This results in no counters to flip up, larger appliances and more storage. This pop-up camper offers the compactness and easy towing of a traditional pop-up camper but the comfort and room of a traditional travel trailer. The main kitchen cabinet was just replaced in 2022 with upgraded custom cabinets and offers even more storage than the original factory cabinets. The camper does have a small toilet/shower combo that is mostly used for changing and washing feet. The slide out bed over the trailer tongue is a king while the other end is a queen, both offering ample room to get a great night's rest. The dinette, also on a slide, can convert to another bed to accommodate 2 adults. The dinette slide out creates an amazing amount of room for a pop-up camper. The raising and lowering of the roof is motor/battery driven so no worries having to crank it up by hand. Another advantage of this pop-up camper is that no weight distribution hitch is needed and it uses a standard 2" ball hitch. The pop-up camper has electric brakes so the tow vehicle must have an electric brake controller. Would love to answer any questions you have.What's includedWater, sewer, electric hookup accessories are provided along with one full 20 lb propane with the option for a second tank.Other things to noteDogs welcome as long as they stay off the beds and seats.
No festivals.
No tailgating.
No smoking.

Features

2007 Forest River Flagstaff
  • Sleeps 6
  • Gross weight: 3,250 lbs

Amenities

  • Water hookup
  • Electric hookup
  • Sewer hookup
  • Ceiling Fan

Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • No tailgating
  • No smoking
  • Mileage: 250 free miles / day
1) Awning cannot be used without written consent
2) Renters are to message the owner as soon as possible with pictures when any damage or malfunction occurs including damage such as dents, tears, rips, scratches or malfunctions such as appliances not working.
3) If towing, always have a spotter when backing up and in all situations. A spotter is someone who is standing behind and to the side of the camper that can provide eyes on the drivers blind spots and a voice of warning for the driver to avoid backing up into objects that would cause damage to the camper.
3) No climbing on the roof or accessing the roof at any time while the roof is raised.
4) No smoking or vaping or any other activity inside that would cause a strong odor to remain in the camper. A $250 fee will be assessed to have the camper deodorized and possibly professionally deep cleaned if strong odors are detected upon returning of the camper to the owners possession. This is in addition to the prep fee that was already assessed and paid for as part of the booking.
5) Pets are only allowed with the owners written approval and never allowed up on the beds, dinette benches, tables or counters. * $250 fee will be assessed when pet hair or stains are found on counters or dinette benches or table surfaces * $250 fee will be assessed if pet stains are found on the carpet below the dinette. * Either of these fees are in addition to the prep fee that was already assessed and paid for as part of the booking.
6) Mattress covers are placed on all mattresses to help protect the mattress from stains. A stain to the protective cover that does not affect the mattress will incur a $50 fee for replacement. Any stains to any of the bedding below the protective cover (mattress, foam topper, pillow top) will incur a $500 fee. This is in addition to the prep fee that was already assessed and paid for as part of the booking.
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Add-ons

Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

Portable Sewer Tote Tank
Camco Rhino 21 Gallon sewer tote tank
CA$6.85
/per day
Propane by the pound
Tank is weighed before and after trip and price is per pound. Each tank hold 20 pounds of propane.
CA$1.37
/each
Waste water disposal
Charge if the camper is turned over to owner with Grey or Black water tanks not reading empty.
CA$82.20

Availability and rates

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There’s a 3 night minimum stay

Discounts
  • Weekly (7+ nights): 4.9% off nightly rate
  • Monthly (28+ nights): 4.9% off nightly rate
Fees
  • Security deposit: CA$1,027.50 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: CA$137.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.

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Q.Camping with no water service?
A.
Typically, at most campgrounds, you can fill up the 20 gallon freshwater tank at the fill-up/dump station area. The camper provides water pressure through the use of a battery operated water pump for use at the sink and shower.

Q.Camping with no sewer hookup?
A.
The grey and black water tanks are pretty small so if you are going to a campsite without full hookup be sure to ask about needing a portable sewer tote tank. A Camco Rhino 21 Gallon tote tank can be provided for a nominal 1 time add on cost. The camper hooks up to the tote tank and when it is full you disconnect and wheel it over to the hitch of your vehicle and then slowly drive (like 5 mph) over to the dump station and empty it. Then tow it back to the camper and hook it back up.

Q.Camping with no electric?
A.
With no 120 volt electric service the 120 volt outlets and air conditioning and microwave are not an option. However, the camper does have a battery that powers all the lights, stereo, refrigerator, water pump and exhaust fan. The battery should last several days but all depends on your use. There is a battery meter in the camper that will tell you what percent is left. The battery will recharge once plugged back into 120 volt service.

Q.Can we use the toilet and shower in the camper?
A.
The bathroom is small and not 100% private so we've never used it for going #2 or for showering due to the privacy, smell, & humidity ... even amongst family. We've always just utilized the bathroom/shower facilities at the campgrounds where we are staying and would highly recommend you do the same. We have used the toilet for #1 when it was in the middle of the night and pouring rain outside and that is not a big deal. We've also used it for washing off dirty/sandy feet.


Location

Mason, Michigan

Exact location provided after booking