Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Tour nuCamp’s Cirrus 620 Lightweight Short Bed Truck Camper

Dustin, from Hartleys Auto & RV Center, gives us a tour of an amazing short-bed truck camper—amazing in that it is designed for short-bed half-ton trucks but still packs in all the features you would expect in a larger truck camper.

Made by nuCamp, the Cirrus 620 is an all-season truck camper.

It is small, so if you are extra tall it might feel a bit claustrophobic inside. Nonetheless, it has a lot to offer.

Over the cab, you will find a queen-sized bed outfitted with the Froli sleep system so you and your significant other can sleep in comfort. If you are not familiar with the Froli system, its lightweight modular parts act like bed springs to provide support where you need it.

They make good use of the space, as storage cabinets surround the bed. Some other nice touches include bedside cup holders and a charging station. Not to mention you can fall asleep while gazing at the stars through the HUGE skylight front window.

The comfortable dinette provides additional sleeping space by converting into a 30” by 78” bed.

An impressive array of large storage cabinets and smaller storage cubbies can be found throughout the small space, allowing for plenty of gear and clothing to come along.

I love, love, love the full sliding back screen door that will allow lots of ventilation plus give you a great view.

The regular door has more thought put into it than any other RV door I have seen, as well. It has a place to hang the fire extinguisher, two storage cubbies, a screened window and even a built-in space for a trash bag. Brilliant!

Even though this camper may be tiny, it still has a 5-gallon cassette toilet inside. You would never know it as it is hidden under the seating. But it’s there. No more having to go out in the middle of the night to use the bathroom.

You’ll find a medium-sized 12-volt fridge with a teeny tiny freezer compartment in the kitchen area. Above this is a 12-volt ventilation fan.

More awesome features of the Cirrus 620 Short Bed Truck Camper

  • 5-gallon cassette toilet
  • Dual-paned windows
  • Double blinds: screen and blackout
  • Alde heat and hot water system
  • Swivel table in dinette area
  • Air conditioner
  • Corning microwave
  • 100-hour lithium battery
  • Electric power jacks
  • Nautilus water system
  • Outdoor shower
  • Electric awning
  • 20-pound propane tank

Learn more about nuCamp’s Cirrus truck campers here.

And after you watch this video, check out the link just below it.


Did someone say “all-season”? Wowee! Check out the Snowcat Truck Camping Machine with the nuCamp Cirrus 820, highlighted in Truck Camper Magazine. And while you’re at it, reserve a luxury adventure holiday with Headline Mountain Holidays for $40,000 a night. (Thanks to Greg Illes for sending the link to us.)


Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicardhttps://cannademy.com/
Cheri Sicard is the author 8 published books on topics as diverse as US Citizenship to Cannabis Cooking. Cheri grew up in a circus family and has been RVing on and off her entire life.



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KellyR (@guest_241675)
5 months ago

“Dustin, from Hartleys Auto & RV Center, gives us a tour of an amazing short-bed truck camper—” The author stated what the piece was about in the first sentence and followed thru by inserting the tour as promised. It is in fact a camper for a short bed truck. IF there is a beef with the video, it is with Dustin of Hartleys Auto and RV, not with the author,

KellyR (@guest_241679)
5 months ago
Reply to  Cheri Sicard

As Sgt Joe Friday might say, “I just read and report the facts, mam.” I just look at it this way – RVT may be the only outlet that some people have in their day. One person out of the thousands you meet along the way is not a bad ratio.

Bill Byerly (@guest_241680)
5 months ago
Reply to  Cheri Sicard

Cheri, thanks for posting the article. And maybe its time to quit putting up with his comments?

Bob P (@guest_241616)
5 months ago

After 2 minutes of researching I found the empty weight of this camper to be 1491 lbs. if you did your research you will find the only 1/2T trucks that can SAFELY carry this is a standard cab(2 dr) with only standard equipment, not the average 1/2T that people buy. Once you get it loaded with supplies and equipment you’ll be overloaded. I would suggest you do your research before writing an iffy type article that could lead an unexperienced person to buy this and find out later they need to buy another truck. A good journalist researches before typing.

Diane McGovern
5 months ago
Reply to  Bob P

Hi, Bob. Thank you, yet again, for slamming one of our writers.🤨 This is not a review of the camper and all of its specifications. It is merely a brief discussion of the video from Hartleys Auto & RV Center about the camper. It is offered as a tour, with some comments of the writer’s likes and dislikes based on the video, not a thorough breakdown of details. Have you ever heard the term “Buyer beware”? If someone were interested in buying this camper, or anything presented here in a video tour of an RV, we would certainly hope they would do their own thorough research beforehand. –Diane at RVtravel.com

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