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Old 10-17-2020, 02:55 PM   #1
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Lightweight campers that sleep 4 adults

I am trying to find a camper that will sleep 4 adults, under 27 feet long, and weighs less than 4500 pounds. I would like a trifold sofa with a large dinette but they only seem available in heavier campers.
any suggestions?
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Tent trailers would fill your needs.
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You are really limited with only 4,500lbs. That means a sleeper dinette plus a sleeper sofa in a small trailer. That is probably not going to happen.

Typically you can get that arrangement but in a 6,500lb or 7,000lb or more trailer.

I would say a big pop-up with 3 sleep areas could work.

Are pop-ups a consideration ?
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Just curious, what is your tow vehicle that you are looking for lightweight ?
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I am trying to find a camper that will sleep 4 adults, under 27 feet long, and weighs less than 4500 pounds. I would like a trifold sofa with a large dinette but they only seem available in heavier campers.
any suggestions?


Our Primetime Tracer Breeze 22MBK will sleep 4 adults in a Murphy Bed and two large bunks. Each bunk would sleep 2 adults (cosy, though) Dry weight is 4367lbs. We've had it a year and it's met our expectations with over 60 days camping and 4,000 miles of towing.
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This is an FYI for the OP



I was fortunate to have found my used R-Vision 25' TT recently. My TV is an '07 Yukon XL with 5.3l and 4 speed transmission. The first two camping trips were to Pinecrest, CA at 6000' elevation and towed excellent.

With Slide

Sleeps 6
Dry Weight: 3548#


Here are the specs:
https://www.rvusa.com/rv-guide/2008-...an-ts25s-tr692
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