Eagle Cap’s new wide-body truck camper is filled with features you might expect in a luxury fifth-wheel, including a free-standing table and chairs and California king bed. And it has lots of floor space, too, thanks to three slideouts and its large size (an interior floor length of just under 12 feet).
The Eagle Cap 1200 is built above the truck rails, which not only maximizes the interior space, but also provides a rear cargo bay offering 30 cubic feet of basement storage. There is a lot of storage inside, too. The bedroom suite at the front of the camper has a California king bed that is 72 inches by 84 inches and lifts up for storage underneath. A dry bath with a one-piece corner shower stall is positioned in the center of this floor plan, opening the way for dual entry to the king suite and an adjoining private dressing room.
The slideout on the driver’s includes a sofa bed, but you have the option to replace it with theater seat recliners. The galley in the slideout on the other side of the camper includes an eight-cubic-foot refrigerator, three-burner cooktop and a 30-inch microwave and convection oven. The galley features a large Grani-Coat countertop, pullout pantry storage, six storage drawers, and a large storage area below the double-bowl sink.
A slideout at the rear of the camper holds the free-standing table and two chairs. You can extend the table for additional seating.
Other features include LED lighting, interior mood lighting, and insulated heating and holding tanks for four-season use. The entertainment center has room for an optional 32-inch TV that can be seen from the dining area and from the sofa or the optional recliners.
Greg Tucknies, national sales and marketing manager for ALP (Adventurer LP), which builds Eagle Cap campers, said the Eagle Cap 1200 has several features that are unique in the camper industry. He said it has more exterior storage and the largest open floor space of any camper. “If you are looking for the most luxurious truck camper, then you have found it in the 1200,” he said.