7 New and Used Pop Up Campers from 8K to $18K (RV Trader Monthly Round-Up)

Our very first RV was a pop up camper. We purchased a Flagstaff 625D pop up camper over 12 years ago and we owned it for two years before moving into a conventional travel trailer. The memories we made in that pop up camper were absolutely magical. Our little family of four drove it up into New England almost every summer and we also made trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains and Cape Hatteras National Seashore. New or used pop up campers makes a great first RV because they are relatively affordable and they are lightweight and easy to tow.  Those that grew up tent camping often look to pop ups for their first RV purchase because they still want that open and airy feeling that they provide.

Here are 6 used pop up campers (and one budget-priced new one) that are currently listed on RV Trader that are worth taking a look at if you are in the market. Their are a wide variety of sizes and price points here–so let’s buckle up and take a look at this month’s RV Trader Monthly Round-Up!

2017 Somerset Chesapeake by Aliner ($8,500)

This lightly used 2017 pop up camper from Somerset (by Aliner) can sleep five and has a galley sink, a two-burner range, and a dinette table that can be used both inside and out. It also has newer Carlisle Sports and Trail Tires with only 3,200 miles on them. A 14,000 BTU portable A/C makes this unit ready for your next great summer road trip. To find out more about this pop up click on the listing from RV Trader right here.

2015 Jayco Jay Series 1207UD ($8,999)

Jayco has built some of the best pop up campers to ever hit the road. This clean and well-cared for 2015 Jayco Jay Series 1207UD would make a great first RV for a family with kids that is looking for an RV under 10K. This unit has been garage-kept and looks brand new. It can also sleep 6-7 campers when both tables are folded down into beds. To find out more about this adorable pop up please click here.

2012 Jayco Jay Series Select 141J ($9,900)

If you need even more space for your family take a look at this 2012 Jayco Jay Series Select 141J with a booth dinette on a manual slide out. This larger pop up has a stove, a microwave, a double sink, and lots of seating for a larger family. Windows abound in this unit and near 360 degree views of your campsite are possible. To check out the complete listing from RV Trader please click here.

2018 Aliner Ranger 10 ($9,980)

The a-frame style pop up campers from Aliner have a great reputation for comfort and quality. If you are looking for a foldable couple’s coach for under 10K that is lightweight and easy to tow–then this Aliner Ranger 10 may be just the ticket. This affordable and well-kept 2018 model sleeps two and has a stove, and outdoor shower, and a refrigerator. Check out the complete listing for this used pop up camper right here.

New 2023 Flagstaff MAC Series 176LTD ($9,998)

Are you looking for a brand new pop up camper that still comes in under 10K? Then check out this Flagstaff Mac Series 176LTD. It comes with a fridge, a two-burner stove, a booth dinette, and plenty of counter space for food prep or additional storage. This may just be the perfect starter camper to get your family off the ground and out of your tent! Check out the complete listing from RV Trader here.

2015 Aliner Classic ($14,500)

Here is another, larger Aliner option that has more space and more modifications and upgrades that will be appealing to those that love to boondock. The owner added more storage and better lighting among other features. A new furnace was even installed inside a soundproof box so that you can sleep comfortably without waking up every time the heat kicks on. To check out the complete listing please click here.

2020 Rockwood High Wall HW277 ($18,495)

For the ultimate in comfort and convenience (when it comes to pop up campers) you simply must check out this Rockwood High Wall. This spacious and well-loved unit includes a shower, cassette toilet, stove, microwave, sink, and so much more! This is a foldable castle on wheels that will provide ultimate comfort for an adventurous family that loves to hit the open road. To find out more click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sign Up

For Our Complete RV Stock Up List

"*" indicates required fields

Name*
Privacy*

Past and Present Podcast Sponsors and Content Partners

The RV Atlas has worked with many of the most iconic brands in the outdoor industry. Here is a select list of our past and present sponsors and industry partners.

  • Go RVing
  • Jayco
  • KOA
  • Bass Pro Shops
  • Cabela’s
  • Good Sam
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Outdoorsy
  • Thetford
  • Camco
  • RV Trader
  • Blackstone Products
  • Truma
  • RV SnapPad
  • Campspot
  • Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts
  • Highway West Vacations
  • Go Power Solar
  • Acuva Tech
  • Maryland Department of Tourism
  • Delaware State Parks
  • The Neighbor APP
  • THOR Industries
  • Lodge Cast Iron

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share this podcast with your friends!