Is Viking a good pop-up camper?
The Viking line of pop-up camper trailers has more than 16 different options. This small little pop-up camper trailer is packed with goodies. Great for a family for a week of camping or so compact and easy to setup, even a quick weekend camping getaway.
Do pop up campers have AC and heat?
Unlike travel trailers or other RVs, pop-up campers don’t usually come with heating or air conditioning (thanks to their lack of insulation and extra space). You can bring along a space heater for cooler months and a fan or portable AC unit for the summer. But don’t expect the camper to trap the hot or cold air.
How much is a pop-up camper with air conditioning?
As with everything in the RV world, the cost for a pop-up camper air conditioner can vary greatly. Prices range from $200 to $1,500 depending on the type of unit, installation fees, and power.
How does a Viking pop-up camper work?
Viking pop-up trailers are very popular in the camping community. The majority of Viking campers use a Goshen-style lift. This system uses a cable on pulleys to raise the camper on springs. Some of the trailers have the option to use the lift automatically, while some use the basic crank handle.
Who makes Viking popup campers?
The Viking camping trailers are manufactured today in a Centerville, Michigan, manufacturing facility, and owned by Forest River.
Can you put a window air conditioner in a pop up camper?
The advantage of a window mounted air conditioning primarily has to do with space. Unlike a portable A/C unit that you need to place within an already small pop up camper, window mounted units are placed on the outside of the camper. The unit is outside the camper and so the noisy level is reduced.
Do travel trailers have heat and air conditioning?
Most RVs on the market today include an air conditioner, and many include a combination RV heat and AC unit. (RV heating can be split into two more categories, heat pumps and furnaces, but we’ll get back to that in a moment.)
Can I use a portable air conditioner in a pop-up camper?
Portable ACs can be used in RVs that aren’t compatible with roof-mounted ACs. Even if your pop-up camper isn’t compatible with any roof-mounted RV AC, you can use a portable AC in it for your cooling needs.