The Aliner Ranger 12 Camper Honest Review & Buying Guide

We are a husband-and-wife team who likes to camp like crazy. You could say we are the outdoorsy types who spend our free time in the woods or road-tripping – so we know how vital having a good roof over our heads is when we are out exploring. 

We’re sharing our honest review and buying guide to help you make the best decision for your adventures. Keep reading to get all the details. 

The Complete Guide to the Aliner Ranger 12

The Aliner Ranger 12 is equipped with an electrical system that provides power to the lighting, fan, and outlets throughout the camper’s interior.  You can plug in cell phones, a camera battery, an iPad, a computer, or a fan. 

Electrical System

What makes the Aliner Ranger 12 perfect for weekend road trips or longer adventures is its size. It is so easy to store, tow, and explore. 

Aliner Ranger 12 Specs

The high roof A-frame also makes the inside feel larger and cozy when spending time inside. You can fully stand up and stretch out. The height of the A-frame makes the unit feel spacious. 

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR): 3,000 lb Aliner Ranger 12 Dry Weight: ~1,450 pound Dry Hitch Weight: 150 lbs (Aliner Ranger 12 tongue weight) Tires and Wheel: 14-inch aluminum Length: 15 feet (with spare tire 17 feet)

Okay, yes, van life is all the rage. However, the number one reason we decided on the Aliner camper over a van is purely because the Aliner is free of an engine. The second reason is that we can tow it easily with our existing vehicles.  

Aliner vs. Vanlife

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