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How To Videos

At Cortland Popup Rentals, we believe in empowering our customers with the knowledge and confidence to make the most of their outdoor adventures. That’s why we’ve curated a comprehensive collection of how-to videos, designed to guide you through every step of the popup camper rental process.

Whether you’re a seasoned camper or new to the world of popup camping, our easy-to-follow videos cover everything from setup and breakdown to tips for maximizing space and comfort during your trip.

Explore our library to learn:

  • How to properly hitch and tow your popup camper
  • Step-by-step setup instructions for a stress-free camping experience
  • Tips for organizing your gear and optimizing storage space
  • Essential safety guidelines for operating your popup camper
  • Troubleshooting common issues and FAQs

Our goal is to ensure that you feel fully prepared and confident before embarking on your outdoor adventure. With our how-to videos as your guide, you’ll be ready to hit the road and create unforgettable memories in your Cortland popup camper.

Have a specific question or topic you’d like to see covered in our video library? Contact us today, and we’ll do our best to provide the information you need. Happy camping!”

Pop-Up Camper Setup Instructions
  1. Level the camper side-to-side, then front-to-back.
  2. Extend stabilizer jacks, if equipped. It’s handy to have some extra leveling blocks or wood scraps to place under jacks to give them a firm footing.
  3. Unlatch the straps that lock the roof to the body.There is one on each corner.
  4. Plug in the Air Conditioner power cord, if installed on the outside.
  5. Retrieve the crank handle and crank the popup until it is fully raised. The green tension cable on the door side front will become tight when the unit is fully raised. Some models do not have a tension cable and will stop automatically.
  6. Pull out the bed ends and install the tubular steelbed support braces under the bed frame.
  7. Install the safety supports to opposite corner roof supports (Rockwood, Jayco, Dutchmen).
  8. Set the entry door in place, lock it into its frame, and attach the tent material around the door frame with the built-in Velcro or J-channel.
  9. Attach the tent to the bed ends. There is Velcro attachment or snaps along the sides aswell as bungee cords for extra strength.
  10. Flip up the sink/stove into its useable position.
  11. Attach the bed-end tent support poles, or on the inside of each bed end. They should be snug, but not have to be forced into place. There is an adjustment on each pole to vary the length and tension.
  12. Plug in the electrical supply cord to the campground electric.
  13. Attach water and drain hoses.
  14. You are now ready to camp!
  15. When you are ready to leave, simply follow this checklist in reverse.

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