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Reviews of Pop up Coleman Tent Trailers
While these trailers tow as small and low profile units, manufacturers actually fit many amenities into these trailers, such as ice boxes, refrigerators, counters and bathrooms. Other advantages of riding with a tent trailer include: better gas economy than an RV, the feeling of open air camping while using the convenience of an full size RV and a less expensive price.
The Coleman Columbia Tent Trailer
The Coleman Santa Fe, Under the Americana BrandColeman The Santa Fe is another classic model first introduced in the 1990s and still available today under the Americana brand. Coleman Santa Fe's are equipped with refrigerators, hot water systems, gas and electric cooking, air conditioning, porta potti and with the ability to add a room later on. Open dimensions for the Santa Fe models are 21' 4" x 8' 9".
The Coleman Niagara Luxury Tent TrailerThe Coleman Niagara (commonly misspelled Coleman Niagra) tent trailer is of the luxury tent trailer under the Highlander model name. The Niagara tent trailer includes two beds, a portable dinette table and seats, a solid walled bathroom and shower with a flushable commode and open dimensions of 26' 10" x 10' 6". The Coleman Westlake model is part of the Destiny series, which is an intermediately priced line of tent trailers with some extra amenities. It comes with two beds, a cassette toilet and shower, and an optional stove or furnace.
Coleman tent trailers are a great buy if you can't afford a full RV or if you prefer the open-air feeling of a camping trip to an on-the-road expedition.