"Moonpop!" Easy-peasy 3-minute pop-up, super-simple to tow!

4.924 reviews
Trailer TentScotts Valley, CA
Sleeps 4
16 ft. long
Pet friendly

Upgrade from tent camping but keep the nostalgia in this adorable, new Aliner A-Frame Classic camper.

This camper is simple to pop-up. 1 person can do it in less than 2 minutes. 2 people can do it in about 30 seconds!

The interior at height is 8 feet tall for lots of headroom and big windows.

Includes
• Unlimited mileage
• All camping items ready to go, including camp chairs, indoor/outdoor stove, solar-powered lanterns, double-nylon hammock, and straps at no charge!
• Fridge cold when you get here.
• Lots of free extras available in add-ons.
• No cleaning fee if brought back clean!

Accommodations
Aliner measures 15’ and sleeps two adults in the full main bed, 1-2 small children (or a single adult) can sleep on the dinette bed.
• Full bed w/dreamy memory foam mattress: 60" x 76."
• Dinette convertible bed: 44" x 76"
• Interior lights, sink, furnace, mini-fridge.
• Dual-burner stove (uses 1lb propane bottles, bring your own)
• Outdoor shower w/hot water heater
• USB ports to keep devices charged
• A/C and microwave (**when connected to shore power)
• Keep the canvas dormers rolled down for privacy or tuck them away for panoramic views.
• Optional sanitized camper potty and solar shower available.

Towing
Many cars and most SUVs can tow this ultra-lightweight (1820 lbs) trailer
Towing requires a 2,000 lbs tow capacity and a 7-way round connector. Camper is equipped with a wireless brake controller, no need to install your own.
We'll help you get hitched up and offer an orientation.

Send us a message, and we'll help you plan!

What's included

We've tried to build in all of the memory-making essentials that we like having for our own trips... Please select options during booking.

• Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
• Yeti Cooler
• Luci Solar Lights
• 2 camp chairs
• Hammock
• Coleman two-burner stove (uses 1lb propane bottles, bring your own)

Kitchen
• Dishes and Silverware for 4
• 2 Yeti Wine Glasses and 2 Yeti Coffee Mugs
• Camping cooking set
• Cooking utensils
• Kettle and coffee
• Paper towels, soap, sponge

What Should You Bring:
• Food
• Clothing
• Toiletries including toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc.
• Flashlight
• Sunscreen and insect repellent
• Towels and washcloths
• Small green propane bottles for the camping stove.
• Optional (not included): Campfire pit, wood and fire starter, skewers.
• Optional (not included): Sleeping bag or blankets for dinette bed.
• Optional (not included): Paper plates, plastic dining items, to save on having to do dishes if you prefer.

Recommendations

Some of our favorite campsites...

Campsites within Santa Cruz County:
Close to the waves
• Costanoa KOA
• La Selva (Watsonville) KOA
• New Brighton State Beach

Close to the redwoods
• Redwoods RV Resort
• Smithwoods
• Henry Cowell State Park

Outside of Santa Cruz County
• Pismo (no dunes camping please)
• Big Sur

Wine spots
• Cava Robles RV Park
• Napa

Other things to note

• No dogs without prior approval.
• Absolutely no smoking or vaping.


Features

2019 A-Liner Classic
  • Sleeps 4
  • Fresh water: 11 gal
  • Propane capacity: 20 gal
  • Gross weight: 1,800 gal
  • Hitch weight: 1,800 gal

Amenities

  • Outside Shower
  • Dining Table
  • Kitchen Sink
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Air Conditioner
  • Ceiling Fan

Meet your host, Austin

Member since 2018

I strive to offer a professional and easy Outdoorsy experience for your epic California trip. Happy Trails!

Usually answers in less than 24 hours


Rules and policies

  • Pet friendly
  • Music festival friendly
  • Tailgating friendly
  • No smoking
  • Unlimited mileage
24/7 roadside assistance
Learn more about Roadside Assistance

Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

Learn more about Roadside Assistance

Add-ons

Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

2 Camp Chairs
Free
2 Camp Chairs
Free
Bean Bag Toss
Free

Availability and rates

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There’s a 3 night minimum stay

Fees
  • Security deposit: $1,185.00 (refundable)
  • Prep fee: $47.40. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental.
"Moonpop!" Easy-peasy 3-minute pop-up, super-simple to tow!

Dates




Reviews

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Maintenance

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Value

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Listing Accuracy

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Guest photos

Marcel M.

August 20225

We really enjoyed the Moonpop! Very easy to use and super fun! It was a smooth tow and a cozy sleep. Definitely recommend. Thanks Austin!

Andrew F.

May 20225

The experience with Austin was great! Fantastic communicator and provided a very detailed orientation that left me feeling confident. Would love to rent from again

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David J.

April 20224

Alex L.

March 20225

Austin was really nice and threw in some extra amenities that made our trip great. The A-liner was easy to tow and set up.

Kaye D.

July 20215

We had such a great time in the pop-up camper! The owner, Austin, was so helpful, kind and generous with helping us with the towing and set up. I definitely would recommend it to anyone looking for a great camping experience!
Thanks so much, Austin!!!!

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Aziz S.

July 20215

This trailer was the perfect camper! Our SUV was able to tow it with ease. It was very spacious inside and the dormers provide excellent head room.


Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.Things to remember when arriving at camp?
A.
Before backing into your campsite, get out and look! (GOAL). Make sure you're not backing the camper into picnic tables or other obstacles or popping up into tree branches, which will scratch the camper. If your campsite has hookups, make sure you're parking within reach of your hookups. Try to park in the most level part of the campsite so that you don't have to level the camper. Use a spotter when backing up. Go slow :-)

Q.How do I use the campsite water and power hookups?
A.
In the back storage compartment, you'll find everything ready to go-- A fresh water hose, electrical cable, surge protector, and adaptors (30amp, 50amp, and 120V). 1. Open the propane cover and turn the passenger-side propane tank to "on." 2. Connect the cable to the surge protector and plug into the campsite power. Set the campsite breakers to "on." 3. Turn fridge "on" and "A/C." 4. Connect the blue fresh water hose to the port labeled "City Water Hookup" and turn the campsite spigot on.

Q.Can I camp without hookups?
A.
Yes, with a caveat. This camper has a large lithium battery that should last 2-3 days with conservative use of the lights. The battery powers two LED lights and your ceiling fan. The battery recharges when the camper is being towed and when plugged into campsite power (so if you're moving camp, your vehicle will recharge the battery). You have a 12gallon water tank. Your fridge runs on propane. Weekend trips are usually no problem.

Location

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Scotts Valley, California

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