Coleman Fleetwood pop-up campers have features including kitchen appliances, such as stove, refrigerator and microwave; air conditioning; a bathroom; slide-out sections; mattresses; fans and a radio/CD player. Coleman built its first pop-up campers in 1967 and sold the rights to the Coleman pop-up camper name to Fleetwood in 1989, who used it until the licensing rights expired in 2003.
Pop-up campers are made of a trailer frame, hard roof, vinyl or similarly soft material walls with windows, screens and skylight vents. Most pop-up campers include basic features, such as appliances, onboard fresh water tank, 12-volt DC power system, interior DC lighting, propane furnace, water heater, electric water pump and propane tank.
Coleman pop-up campers feature the basic features with a few different amenity options. The mid-range Americana series includes upgrades, such as luxury mattresses, fully equipped kitchens and the power lift system to make setting up and taking down an easier task. The Americana LE offers additional storage with larger sleeping and living areas with upgraded finishes.
The smaller, more economical Destiny series feature the standard items of a pop-up trailer with a lower price. The Evolution and Highlander are the largest pop-up options and feature full bathrooms with flushable toilets and extra space.