- Feb 26, 2011
- N. Georgia Mtns
In all of our camping experiences, I think our pop-up days were the most fun. The largest pop-up we've ever owned was a Fleetwood Willamsburg. It was certainly the heaviest. At the show this past weekend, we saw some pop-ups I swear you could raise a family in they were so big. As opposed to my youth when I enjoyed roughing it, at my age now I need a little more comfort but I don't need a house on wheels with all the bells and whistles. It's amazing what they can put on wheels these days and what some are willing to pay, and tow. Personally, with a larger RV, it's more like work and less like fun. Having said that, I understand that some use the larger RVs as seasonal homes, and there is a need. But for a weekend/vacation RV, a smaller RV with just enough amenities is better for me. Thanks for the input.
Originally Posted By: supton
I love the notion of the A Liner, but it's too small for me since I have two kids in tow also. Just got a 12' box popup at the end of this summer, and love the size. I just need to fix the roof and get ac, and I will be quite content. Good luck!