What’s The Best Pop up Camper with Toy Hauler [Incl. Seven Recommendations]

If you don’t want to opt to add a significant investment in a full RV to your adventuring plans (just yet) a towable pop-up camper is one of the many alternatives available to you.

If you have ‘toys’ you like to take along to enhance your camping trips – mountain bikes, dirt bikes, four wheelers, jet skis and other fun recreational vehicles – a pop-up camper with toy hauler might be just what you need.

But what’s the best pop camper with toy hauler? And what are they in the first place? These, and other related issues, are what we are going to take a closer look at here.

What is a Pop-Up Camper With Toy Hauler? Why Would You Want One Anyway?

Before we discuss anything else, as there are all kinds of RVs and campers available to choose from, we should define what a pop-up camper is.

Perfect for use with a larger SUV – and with most trucks – a pop-up camper is very much what it sounds like: a small camper that folds down, can be towed behind a vehicle, and then ‘popped up’ when you reach your camping destination.

These are among the more basic RV offerings you can choose. There is rarely a lot of luxury involved, and in some cases not a lot of living space, but they offer a significant step up from a basic tent, and, if you are willing to invest more, and have a vehicle that can handle hauling, larger pop-up campers offers a nice little ‘home from home’.

A pop-up camper with toy hauler allows you to take some of those extra recreational toys along for the ride.

Unlike a traditional toy hauler, which is an enclosed garage area at the rear of a camper, a pop-up camper features an open storage and haulage area at its rear, or, occasionally, on it’s folded down roof area.

The reason this combination is appealing to an increasing number of camping enthusiasts is that a pop-up camper with toy hauler allows them to haul all the basics they need for their camping trip in one ‘package’, a package that can be towed behind their everyday vehicle.

7 Best Top-Rated Pop Up Campers With Toy Haulers in 2022

Now that you know just what a pop-up camper with toy hauler is, if the idea sounds intriguing, you are probably wondering which of the increasing number of them available are the best. 

Here’s a look at seven of the top-rated camping enthusiasts – and favored by us – pop up campers with toy haulers to consider if you are thinking of investing in one.

A-Liner Somerset E-3 Deck

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight: 2,900 pounds, and can support an additional 1,500 pounds in toys and luggage.
  • Sleeps: 4-6 people
  • Length: 
  • Approximate cost: $18,000+ depending on package options

If you are looking for a pop-up camper with toy hauler that can offer you a more luxurious camping experience – as in you can sleep in a real bed and cook some basic meals onboard – then this may be the camper for you.

Even fully loaded, this good-looking camper would tip the scales at under 5,000 pounds, which means that many full-size SUVs – like the Ford Expedition, Chevy Blazer or Cadillac Escalade – could haul this camper safely and relatively easily.

Forest River Flagstaff Sports Enthusiast

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight: 3,300 pounds and able to support 1,000 pounds more in luggage and toys
  • Sleeps: 2-4 people
  • Length
  • Approximate cost: $19,000+ depending on package options

The first thing you might notice about this pop up camper with toy hauler is that it looks, well, interesting.

Its triangular body gives it a space age look that is rather unique, but inside it can offer you everything you need for an upgraded camping experience, from a real shower (with hot water!) to a cooking area and comfy beds, along with optional TV and Wi-Fi packages for those who need to stay connected when they are out on the road.

Forest River Rockwood Sports Enthusiast

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight: 3,500 pounds with support for 1,050 pounds more in toys and luggage
  • Sleeps: 4-6 people
  • Length:
  • Approximate Cost: $22,000 and up, depending on package options chosen.

Another offering from Forest River, this pop-up camper with toy hauler boasts a more traditional camper ‘look’ but a similar (perhaps even better if you go for all the upgrades) camping experience. There’s a bathroom with shower, toilet and sink, a cooking range, kitchen sink and storage drawer along with two comfy full size beds and a dinette area. 

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight: 3,200 pounds with support for up to 2,000 lbs more in toys and luggage
  • Sleeps: 4-6 people
  • Length:
  • Approximate Cost: $17,000 and up, according to package chosen.

While not the most fully featured pop up camper with toy hauler on our list, this is a very good-looking camper, both inside and out.

It offers the basics – two beds, a small handheld shower in the toilet area and a compact kitchen and dining area along with a built-in outdoor grill – as well as sturdy steel construction and higher end finishes.

Newer models also offer cable and WiFi hook ups for a more connected camping experience

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight: 3,030 lbs with support for 1,000 pounds more in luggage and toys
  • Sleeps: 2-4 people
  • Length:
  • Approximate Cost: $16,000 and up, according to package options.

If you know anything at all about camping, you know that Coleman has been making great camping gear – everything from lanterns and cutlery to sleeping bags and tents – for decades. But did you know that they also offer a line of pop-up campers, including this one that features a covered toy hauler?

Designed and built to be as rugged and durable as any other Coleman camping product, this lightweight option features a full size bed, shower, small range area and a living/dining area as well as a roomy rear trailer for several mid-weight toys.

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight 3,000 lbs with support for an additional 1,500 lbs in toys
  • Sleeps 2-4 people
  • Approximate Cost: $15,000 and up, according to package options.

This pop up camper looks small – and it’s certainly light – but it offers more inside than you might imagine.

In addition to a full size bed there is a small dining area, a grill area, a small sink, and, with the higher priced package options, a working A/C unit.

It can also be popped up (or down) with one hand and while dormer campers are not always great for tall people, this one boasts a surprising amount of headroom.

Check out this Jayco Baja Pop Up Toy Hauler tour video.

Quick Specs

  • Dry Weight 1,800 pounds with support for 800 pounds more in toys and luggage
  • Sleeps 2-4 people
  • Approximate Cost: $10,000 and up.

Love a good old-fashioned tent camping experience but want to take your toys along for the ride too? Don’t want to make a huge investment in a more complicated pop up camper just yet? Then this might be the best choice for you.

Jumping Jack tent trailers – there are actually several models available – feature a lot more than your standard tent. The interior features long bunk beds on either side of the trailer and a fold down table and basic chairs suitable for sitting down to a light meal.

You’ll need to make use of campsite amenities for everything else, but if you have a lighter SUV, the lower weight means that you are not excluded from the RV camping experience completely!

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