Took the Frontier on a family camping trip to the Cleveland National Forest near San Diego for the July 4th weekend. I towed my cousin’s repurposed military trailer with an RTT (Roof Top Tent) and happy to say that the truck didn’t feel slow even with the trailer hooked up. I wasn’t too enthusiastic about the 60-mph speed limit required when towing a trailer, but I was happy that I could fit all my gear in the truck bed and have nothing in the cab. Temperature that weekend was a toasty 109-degrees, but we were up high in the mountains so when the sun went down it was nice and cool.

2x EZ-ups, 4x folding chairs, 2x roll-up tables, 2x sleeping bags, 4-person tent with garage add-on, 1x camp stove, 1x full-sized deluxe cot, 2x large bags of charcoal, large ice cooler, 2x roller bags of clothes, poker and chips set, and a large bin full of other camping equipment all fit in the bed with room to spare.
Early morning pit stop for snacks at the Pala casino gas station on highway 76 on the way to camp.
Arrived at the campsite, and it’s a little hot outside.
Home for the weekend – REI Hobitat 4 with add-on garage/lounge area. The REI tents are very nice, high quality and worth the cost IMO.