Rockwood Pop Up Camper: A Small Camper With Something for Everyone

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If you’re in the market for a pop up camper, the Rockwood pop up camper line has something for everyone. 

I took a really close look at all the available models of Rockwood pop up campers to bring you this in-depth overview of these popular tent trailers!

Each model of the Rockwood tent trailer has something unique to offer. And with the smallest version weighing in at under 2,500 pounds, you can tow one of these with most SUVs and trucks on the market today. 

What Is a Pop Up Tent Trailer?

Rockwood Freedom Pop Up Camper on Forest River Inc

A pop up tent trailer is a type of camper that is half hard-wall, half canvas tent. A pop up camper folds down into a small and short box-like trailer for towing and traveling. 

When you arrive at the campsite, a pop up tent trailer opens and expands into a large camper with amenities like a kitchen, dinette, one or more beds, and sometimes a bathroom.

If you want to learn more, I wrote an article about everything you ever wanted to know about pop up campers here. 

Do Any Rockwood Pop Up Campers Have Bathrooms?

Yes, there are three models of the Rockwood Tent camper that have bathrooms. One model is in the Rockwood Freedom line, and the other two are in the Rockwood Tent High-Wall series.

The Rockwood LTD pop up camper line does not include a bathroom or toilet in any of the floorplans. 

So if you want a pop up camper with bathroom, check out the Rockwood Freedom or my personal favorite, the Rockwood High Wall pop up campers.

About the Rockwood Pop Up Camper

Closed Rockwood Freedom Pop Up Camper on Forest River Inc

The Rockwood Tent line from Forest River RVs is an affordable and quality line of pop up campers.

Currently there are three lines of the Rockwood Tent pop up campers: the Freedom, LTD, and High-Wall Series. 

Previous pop up camper lines offered by Rockwood included the ESP or Extreme Sports Package and an A-Frame style hard sided pop up camper. You can find previous models for sale on used RV marketplaces, but if you want a new one you can choose from the Freedom, LTD, and High-Wall series.

Rockwood pop up campers are a great entry into the world of RVing and a massive upgrade from typical tent camping.

These campers make awesome weekend and extended road trip rigs. Most Rockwood pop up campers are outfitted with almost everything you’d find in a regular RV, and even cooler features like heated mattresses.

You can see all available floorplans of the Rockwood Tent campers on the Forest River website here.

How Much Does the Rockwood Pop Up Camper Cost? 

Pricing for Rockwood LTD: Starting at $12,000

Rockwood Freedom Pricing: Starting at $15,999

Pricing for Rockwood High Wall: Starting at $25,000

These are the prices for brand new models. You can find used Forest River Rockwood Pop Up Campers for much cheaper!

Forest River doesn’t list MSRP directly on their website, so I did a little digging and found a range of prices on RVTrader. 

The prices vary depending on the dealership. You can find used Rockwood tent campers for sale from many dealers and private individuals, too.

Related: Buying a pop up camper? Check out this list of 70+ Must Have Pop Up Camper Accessories

How Tall is the Rockwood Pop Up Camper?

Closed Height: From 5’4” to 6’9”, depending on model.

The height of the Rockwood Pop Up campers depend on the model, with the high-wall series being the tallest and the LTD series being the shortest. 

Overall sizes of the Rockwood pop up camper models go from the LTD series which are the smallest overall, the Freedom series which is the middle-of-the road in terms of overall size, and the High Wall series which is the tallest, longest, and heaviest. 

Rockwood LTD Pop Up Camper Model

Rockwood 2280LTD Pop Up Camper Interior on Forest River Inc

The Rockwood LTD pop up camper is the most budget-friendly of all the Rockwood Tent campers. Forest River has three different models of the LTD Rockwood. 

The Rockwood Limited series comes with a gray exterior, an autumn wood interior, a 3-way refrigerator, 20K BTU furnace, and a roof vent. The Limited package on the Limited series includes an awning, heated mattresses, a two burner stove, and a spare tire.

Other options include electric brakes, a power lift system, an outside griddle, a rooftop AC, and more.

1640LTD

  • GVWR: 2,258lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 162lbs
  • Length: 12’4”” closed, 17’2” open
  • Height: 5’6” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 6

The Rockwood 1640LTD made it onto the list of 13 of the best small pop up campers for sale today that don’t skimp out on creature comforts!

The 1640 LTD is the smallest of the Rockwood pop up campers. This model has a 7 foot exterior awning, two bed bump outs, a dinette, fridge, sink, stove, and two cabinets. 

Related: Learn how to properly level a pop up camper here.

1940LTD

  • GVWR: 2,291lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 195lbs
  • Length: 14’4” closed, 20’2” open
  • Height: 5’4” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 6

The 1940 is the next size up from the 1640. This rig has more counter space, two bump out beds, and a 9’ awning. 

2280LTD

  • GVWR: 3,225lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 2235lbs
  • Length: 16’5” closed, 23’1” open
  • Height: 5’4” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 7-8

The 2280 is the last and largest of the Limited Series. This model has a gaucho bed in addition to the two bump out beds and dinette area. It has everything the other two models have and an 11’ awning.

Rockwood Freedom Pop Up Camper Models

Image of A Rockwood Freedom Pop Up Camper Interior on Forest River Inc

The Rockwood Freedom pop up campers are one of the most popular lines of the Rockwood Tent campers. If you’re looking for Rockwood Freedom pop up camper weight, the GVWR spec is listed under each model. 

The Freedom series has a gray exterior and autumn wood interior with wood plank flooring. This line has a hot water package in all models and a wet bath in one model.

There’s tons of storage in the Rockwood Freedom model, too. 

The Freedom Outdoors Package includes a roof vent fan, 3-way refrigerator, 20kBTU furnace, heated mattresses, water filtration system, a power roof kit and more.

Optional features include a solar panel, a shower/cassette toilet pack, and a rooftop AC.

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Freedom 1940F

  • GVWR: 3,240
  • Hitch Weight: 240lbs
  • Length: 17’3” closed, 20’2” open
  • Height: 5’6” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 6

The Rockwood Freedom 1940F has a 9’ awning, an EZ Reach storage trunk, and tons of storage inside. There are two bump out beds, a sink and stove and a dinette. 

Rockwood Freedom 1980

  • GVWR: 3,255
  • Hitch Weight: 255lbs
  • Length: 15’7” closed, 20’2” open
  • Height: 5’6” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 7

The Rockwood Freedom 1980 has a U-shaped dinette, a regular dinette, two bump out beds, and a 9’ awning. This model is great for large camping families because there is ample seating and sleeping space. You could comfortably sleep more if you have small children!

Freedom 2318G

  • GVWR: 3,263
  • Hitch Weight: 263lbs
  • Length: 17’6” closed, 23’22” open
  • Height: 5’6” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 7-8

The Rockwood Freedom 2318G has plenty of sleeping space and lots of storage, too. There’s even exterior storage on this model. 

This pop up camper has two bump out beds, a gaucho couch/bed, and a dinette. There’s a kitchenette with stove and sink and storage space inside.

Rockwood Freedom 2514F

  • GVWR: 3,295lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 295lbs
  • Length: 19’1” closed, 23’9” open
  • Height: 6’ closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 6

The Rockwood Freedom 2514F is the most robust of the Freedom line. This camper has so much going for it, including a camping toilet! 

This pop up camper has tons of interior and exterior storage, 2 bump out beds, a bump out for the dinette, a kitchenette, and a bump out over the sink, too.

This is the ultimate Freedom model for families who need a lot of features.

Rockwood High Wall Pop Up Camper

Open Rockwood High Wall Camper on Forest River Inc

The Rockwood High Wall pop up up camper is my personal favorite line of the Rockwood Tents. These campers don’t have a full hard wall, but the hard wall portion comes up higher than the other lines. This provides more space for appliances and opens up the opportunity for a wet bath. 

The High Wall series comes wiht a white fiberglass exterior, a double battery box, a wifi extender with LTE capabilities, electric brakes, hot water package with outside shower, an oven, microwave, shower and cassette toilet, MORryde steps, and so much more. 

The High Wall package includes a roof vent fan, 3-way refrigerator, 20kBTU furnace, heated mattresses, a power roof lift, a spare tire, water filtration system, a roof mounting system, and bluetooth stereo with outdoor speakers.

Additional options include a rooftop AC, a power front jack, and a portable solar panel.

The Rockwood High Wall Series made it into the list of the best pop up campers for winter camping!

HW277

  • GVWR: 3,880lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 380lbs
  • Length: 19’6” closed, 25’9” open
  • Height: 6’7” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 5-6

The Rockwood HW277 has two bump out beds, a U-shaped dinette, a slide out exterior kitchen, an interior kitchen, a wet bath, microwave, stove, oven, and exterior griddle. This model has lots of interior and exterior storage and a 13’ awning.

HW296

The Rockwood HW296 is the largest and most robust of the High Wall series, and of all currently available new Rockwood tent campers.

This camper has a wet bath, two bed bumpouts, a U-shaped dinette bump out, a fridge, microwave, stove and oven, exterior griddle, and more. 

There’s tons of storage inside and outside this model. On the interior there’s also a sofa and TV shelf with a sofa table.

  • GVWR: 4,999lbs
  • Hitch Weight: 371lbs
  • Length: 21’6” closed, 27’9” open
  • Height: 6’7” closed
  • Sleeps: Up to 5-6

Are Rockwood Campers Any Good?

Closed Rockwood High Wall camper on Forest River Inc

Rockwood campers are excellent for the price. They’re aesthetically pleasing and loaded with features and amenities. But, that’s not to say they don’t have their problems, too. 

The Forest River Rockwood pop up camper reviews on RV Insider come in at 4.2 out of 5 stars, not too shabby! 

Here’s a review from a Rockwood High Wall Owner:

“We love the open 360 degree views through large windows. It tows easily, even in high winds. It is quick to set up and you can easily avoid an incoming storm. The triler is very well built with all the comforts of much larger trailers, having a number of extra amenities. My wife and I love the fact that the heater warms the trailer up in minutes. Other features we appreciate are the outside kitchen and barbecue, heated mattresses, LOTS of counter top space (more than many larger trailers), comfortable slide-out dinette, much higher ceiling than regular hard side trailers, 3-burner stove with oven, roof-top AC, and it’s 19 foot length fits in our garage.”

Rockwood Pop Up Campers Have Something For Everyone

Large family or small, weekend trips or larger excursions, bathroom or not: there’s a Rockwood pop up camper to suit any taste. 

And with these campers being so budget friendly, there’s not a high barrier to owning one either! 

Are you in the market for a pop up camper? Which model looks best to you? Let me know in the comments!

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