From the blogger at The Pop Up Princess.
If you have seen the “after” pictures of our pop up camper remodel, you know that I am more of a glamper than an actual camper. I love to experience the great outdoors, but at the end of the day, I want to come home to a comfortable bed with a fluffy comforter. It drives Mr. TypeTwoFun a little crazy, but that’s just how I am. In fact, before we got the pop up camper, our tent setup included air mattresses with memory foam and down comforters.
While it may be a little over the top, I think it’s safe to say that I know how to sleep in comfort when camping. So when we bought our Santa Fe, I knew the stock mattresses were not going to cut it. After sifting through a few threads on the Pop Up Portal, I noticed that many people were using memory foam toppers on top of the existing stock mattresses. This seemed like a great way to add comfort to the camper beds, but I wasn’t sure just how thick my topper could be without interfering with the roof closing. As luck would have it, we had an extra 2″ queen sized memory foam topper sitting around. We placed the topper on one of the bunkend beds and closed the camper up. We had no problem whatsoever closing the latches, so we figured that 2″ was a perfect thickness for our trailer.
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