Covering up the camper isn’t fun for us or the kids. We love camping so much that knowing we can’t camp for a couple of months is a little depressing for us. On a brighter side, the colder winter months give us time to make some changes and some camper upgrades.
Picture this 3 kiddos under 2 staying in a camper for 3 nights. Now the camper did have 2 sets of bunk beds but NOTHING to keep those kiddos in bed. What were we going to do?? We needed Camper Bunkbed Rails. Taking 3 pack-n-plays was out of the questions, we just didn’t have the room. So I did what everyone else does I opened Pinterest and did a search. I found a few examples but nothing that was going to be a quick fix and we were leaving in a week.
Mods that We Have Done
- bunkhouse closets
- master bedroom bed
- bunkhouse bedrails
- storage solutions
I don’t know about you but I love seeing what others have done to the inside of their campers. It always gives me ideas as to what we could change about our camper. Before starting our renovation I would check the pop-up princess blog about 3-4 times a week just waiting for her to showcase another pop up remodel. And if I love looking at everyone else’s camper remodels then I should probably post ours for you to see. So here is a picture tour of our 1998 Coleman Bayside Pop Up.
AC units for summer camping are a MUST!!! We knew this when we started the pop up remodel but what we didn’t know was how much work it was going to be to install said AC unit. From building scaffolding, to adding extra roof support, to cutting the hole, to lifting the unit it was an adventure and one that we learned a lot from.