Truck campers are an increasingly popular way to explore the great outdoors while still having access to all the comforts of home. But how long is a truck with camper?
The answer to this question depends on several factors, including the type of camper being used and the size of the truck it is mounted on. Generally speaking, a truck with camper can range anywhere from 8-20 feet in length. Most hard-sided campers will be around 10-12 feet in length, while pop-up campers tend to be closer to 8-10 feet in length.
In general, larger truck campers will require a larger truck for mounting and transportation. Smaller trucks like mid-size pickups may not have enough capacity for some of the larger models.
Full-size pickups are more suitable for these larger models and provide ample space for mounting and carrying the camper. But even if you have a full-size pickup, there are still limits to how large your camper can be before it becomes too heavy or too long for your vehicle.
Truck campers also come in different heights depending on the model you choose. The height of your camper will affect both the overall length and your choice of vehicle as well. Pop up campers tend to be shorter than hard side models due to their collapsible design, while slide-in models can range anywhere from 6” – 2’ tall depending on their size and design features.
A truck with camper can range anywhere from 8-20 feet in length depending on the type of camper being used and size of the truck it is mounted on. The height of your camper will also affect both its overall length and your choice of vehicle as well, so be sure to consider all factors when selecting a model that meets your needs.