Coachmen fold-out campers are small and light enough to pull with a smaller pickup or SUV. The Clipper Express model weighs only 450 lbs., sleeps four and includes a table but no galley.
Toy haulers are popular with campers who want to bring along their motorcycle or ATV. Coachmen toy haulers offer simple living quarters with space at the back for toys and gear. The rear wall folds down to become a ramp when it's time to unload.
Coachmen travel trailers are tongue-pull vehicles designed to offer comfortable living on the road. The Apex model includes a variety of amenities, including AM/FM/CD player with iPod docking station, full bathroom and microwave oven, all in 19 ft.
Coachmen fifth wheels are popular among full-time RVers. Models in the Brookstone line include 3 or 4 slides, Corian countertops, garden tubs and flat-screen televisions in the storage area for outdoor viewing.
Motor homes by Coachmen offer luxurious living quarters without the need to tow a trailer (although many motor home campers tow a separate vehicle for day trips). Recessed lighting, leather upholstery and an electric "fireplace" make these units stylish and comfortable.
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