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Are hybrid campers any good?
The first question that many people ask is whether a hybrid camper is actually any good. The answer to that is a resounding yes. It's often said that the most important part of any camper is the roof, where all the insulation sits. Hybrid campers have the same roof as a pop up, so you know it's sturdy and well insulated.
On top of that, using a hybrid means you'll be able to fit more people into your camper than in a traditional RV or tent. You'll also get extra space thanks to the pull out beds. What's not to love?
What to Consider When Buying a Hybrid Camper
I’m sure you have seen the many articles on the market and are confused as to what to look for when buying one. Some of us have been camping from early childhood; it is ingrained in us and we would go camping even if we didn’t have a camper. That doesn’t mean we don’t need to consider some of these items.Here is the list of things you ought to know about before you buy:
- How much space do you need?
- How often will you be towing a camper and what distance?
- How much money do you have to spend?
Most camper trailer owners will have heard of hybrid campers, but few will have actually seen one in person. They are a rare breed compared to other styles of campers available on the market, and have only been around for the last decade or so.
Hybrid campers are just as they sound: A hybrid of different types of camper trailers. They're a hybrid because they combine the best features of other camper trailer styles, such as pop tops and hard floor campers.