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Lightweight truck campers can be the perfect travel solution for many adventurers. They don’t take up as much room as a Class A motorhome so they’re great for quick, light travel. Also, the camper attachment can be removed and left at your campsite while you explore in your truck for the day. You don’t need to worry about bringing along a second vehicle like you might with a larger RV. What is a lightweight truck camper? A lightweight truck camper attaches to the bed of your pickup truck, turning it into a home away from home while you travel. Some campers have no bathroom at all, while others have either a wet bath or a dry bath. Wet vs. dry baths A wet bathroom has a sink, shower or tub, and toilet all in one room. This means the overall space your bathroom takes up is smaller than a camper with a dry bath, but you have the option to sit while you shower and you have less space to clean. A dry bath has a shower in a separate enclosure from the toilet, which will take up more room in your camper. Dry bath showers also tend to be smaller than wet bath showers so you may find yourself more cramped. Dry baths can also, technically, include showers that are outside your camper entirely. Most people don’t use these to actually shower, but they are handy for cleaning pets, gear, muddy shoes, and to hose off sand or […]