In early March we stopped by D&H RV Center in Apex, North Carolina and met the D&H team for the first time. Dave Hofert, Co-Owner of D&H RV Center, was excited to show us a 2015 CampLite 10.0 model featuring dual twin beds in the cabover, a convertible dinette, and a drop-down bunk over the dinette.
Above: D&H RV Center has well over a dozen CampLite and Palomino hard side and pop-up truck campers in stock, and used truck campers – click to enlarge
D&H RV Center launched in July of 2011, and has quickly become a significant CampLite and Palomino truck camper dealership. D&H RV Center also recently announced that they will be adding Northern Lite to their truck camper line up.
Above: Dave Hofert and Todd Davies, Co-Owners of D&H RV Center
Above: D&H RV Center is in Apex, North Carolina
Now, let’s take a look at a 2015 CampLite 10.0 model with the twin bed option.
Above: The CampLite 10.0, a non-slide, wet bath truck camper for long bed trucks
Above: Twin beds in the overcab of the CampLite 10.0
Above: The dinette area and bunk above the dinette allow sleeping for four people
Essentially a bunk-house camper, the CampLite 10.0 in this configuration can individually sleep four people. Dave explained that the CampLite 10.0 has been especially popular with hunters and fisherman for this reason.
Above: With the twin bed configuration, the storage cabinets are in the middle. The mattresses can also be moved to the middle and the storage cabinets to the sides.
Above: The center storage cabinet open
The long hamper storage areas in the cabover can be moved to the sides, and the twin mattresses pushed together effectively creating a queen-sized mattress and a more traditional cabover layout. This ability to change between the two cabover layouts makes the CampLite 10.0 more versatile.