Enter another "cute" entry level, lightweight, that while technically a "pop up" because it doesn't fold, but sure does look a bit like – well – some kind of pop up. It's called a TigerMoth. Now, our experiences with "Tiger Moths" could either point you to an insect, or an ancient biplane. Maybe both of these were looked at when it came to the design phase, but we'll let you sort that out in your own mind.
With 'hitch to tail' length of just 12', giving an interior of eight feet, this is obviously not a rig you'd be looking at for extended travel. But for a light weekend, and a 900 pound dry weight, it's a rig that can be towed with even a small, four-cylinder tow rig. Got to hand it to the designers, despite the light weight of the rig itself, the cargo carrying capacity is huge in comparison – the maximum gross vehicle weight pumps up to 2,000 pounds. Believe it or not, we've seen 24' travel trailers with a cargo carrying capacity that's every close to this one.
Odd-looking, maybe. The designers beg that aerodynamics will please your wallet at the gas pump, and the build doesn't require a lot of time for set up, suggesting you can land and be set up, "in a couple of minutes." Check out the website for more information.