1. RV Covers
  2. Camco
  3. Storage Covers
  4. Pop-Up Camper Cover
  5. 6 Feet Long
  6. 7 Feet Long
  7. 8 Feet Long
Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long

Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long

Item # CAM45760
lowest price pledge
Retail:$181.99
Our Price: $138.56
You Save: $43.43
RV Covers
This item qualifies for Free Shipping
Shipping Weight: 11 lbs
Quantity: 
In Stock
zoom in icon
slider vertical icon
zoom out icon
Comment field cannot be left empty.
Name field cannot be left empty.

Thank you! Your comment has been submitted successfully. You should be able to view your question/comment here within a few days.

Error submitting comment. Please try again momentarily.

Product Images

Videos

Need help with installation?
Locate installers near me
Protect your pop-up camper during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. For campers 6' to 8' long. Lowest Prices for the best rv covers from Camco. Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long part number CAM45760 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
  • All Info
  • Reviews (85)
  • Q & A (2)
  • Videos (1)
  • Photos
  • Why etrailer?

Camco RV Covers - CAM45760

  • Storage Covers
  • Pop-Up Camper Cover
  • 6 Feet Long
  • 7 Feet Long
  • 8 Feet Long
  • Gray
  • Good UV/Dust/Weather Protection
  • Wet Climates
  • Camco

Protect your pop-up camper during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. For campers 6' to 8' long.


Features:

  • UltraGuard cover fits over your pop-up camper to provide protection from dust, dirt, rain, and more during storage
  • Heavy-duty polypropylene fabric on sides resists UV rays, water, and tears
  • 3-Layer top panel beads water on contact, providing maximum resistance to rainfall and snow
    • Top and bottom layers are spun bond polypropylene
    • Middle layer is micro-porous breathable film, which repels rain and snow while allowing trapped moisture to escape
  • Integrated self-adjusting hold-down straps hold cover securely to prevent flapping
  • Heavy-duty zippers provide easy access to doors and storage even with cover in place
  • Vented design reduces wind lofting and inside moisture
  • Tough, interlocking seams
  • Recommended for use in cold, snowy regions
  • Storage bag included
  • Charcoal color


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 87" wide x 46" tall
  • 2-Year limited warranty


45760 Camco Ultra Guard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6 Feet to 8 Feet Long - Charcoal





Video of Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover Review

Hi there happy campers. Today we're going to be taking a look at Camco's UltraGuard Pop-up Camper Cover. There's six different available sizes that will cover campers between six feet up to 18 feet. One of the biggest questions our customers have is, "Well, I've got roof mounted accessories attached to the top of my pop-up camper Will these covers work" Well, this is my camper here, and I've got an AC unit on the top of my camper. And you can see here that it does work fine. We are able to stretch it out and it'll go all the way down the sides even with that AC unit on top.The cover is constructed of three different layers.

Our top and bottom layers are a polypropylene fabric that's going to be resistant against UV rays, mold and mildew buildup, and it's also going to shed moisture. Our middle layer is constructed of a microfiber that's going to be breathable to allow any moisture that does build up on the inside, such as condensation, to breathe through and escape so we don't build up mildew underneath our cover as well.You'll notice here that the top sheet where there's several layers has vents here on the sides before it drapes down. And these are actually separate. If you look down through the vents, you can see the side of your camper, and there's a small overhang there to allow water to shed down. But this is nice because you've had plenty of covers before, whether it be on your boat or camper car, and after it's on there for a while, you get those big windy days that wind gets up under there and it starts to billow up and it causes your cover to come off a little bit.

And over time it does more and more and more until eventually your cover is just not there one day. With these vents in separate design, the air can go up and it's allowed to flow through these vents to prevent it from billowing up and ripping your cover off. It also lets moisture on the inside escape so you don't have mildew building up underneath your cover.Around the curves of it, as it goes around your RV, we've got double sewn reinforced seams. So it's not going to tear when you're pulling your cover tight. You'll receive a couple of patches with your kit as well, so in the unlikely event you do get a tear.

But if we had a branch that maybe breaks off in a storm and it might poke through our cover, I can go ahead and patch those holes up real quick.This here is my pop-up camper. And I got this cover cause I live in a pretty rural area so I've got some trees that hang over where I parked my camper. I didn't have a cover on it last year and I got a lot of tree sap and pine needles and stuff that built up on it. And what ended up happening is bugs started to get drawn to that SAP and things that was falling on in here. So I got it all cleaned off, I've got it cleaned out and I've got my cover on it now.

So when I go to park it back under the trees, all that stuff's going to build up on my cover here. I can take it off, hose it off, and I don't have to worry about rodents or insects gathering up on my camper.And when you're all done using it, you can fold it up and place it in the included storage bag. We can then just put this inside of our camper and hit the road.The first thing we'll want to do after getting our cover out of the package is to place it on top of our camper and fold it out. Now that we've got it opened, you'll see that you have labels for the front and you also have one for the rear. So we're going to place this towards the correct location. Now the cover is large and a bit awkward to do by yourself. It is completely capable of doing it by yourself, you see I'm doing it here. But on those windy days, you might want to get yourself an extra set of hands to help you as one side might want to blow off when you're trying to get it hooked.We're going to work on getting our corners hooked all the way around to help keep it in place. There's a bit of elastic throughout our cover to help it stretch over. Make sure you pull your corners all the way down and tuck it around. Now that we've got our cover evenly spread out across our camper we're ready to start putting our straps on. When you pull them out of the bag, the felt rectangles you see here, they're going to be hard. There's a piece of aluminum on the inside and you use this to make custom hooks for your camper. You'll bend these into hooks depending upon the surface you're going to hook to. We're going to be hooking to the frame here for this strap so we're going to bend it in order to hook onto the lip.Further up under your cover you're going to see another strap. This is going to be coming off of the cover and this is underneath the side covering. So we lift that up, we find this, and we're going to use this to tie to our strap. You pull the sheathing back here, this is the other end of the hook that we made. It has an elastic strap that attaches to it. We're going to run this through it. We're going to pull it taut. We don't want to pull it too tight. We're just trying to keep tension on it. And then we're going to go ahead and just tie a slip knot in here and that'll hold our strap. The nice thing about it having an elastic strap that you tie to the other end is when you go to take it off, you can simply pull to stretch the elastic and then unhook it.I also like this because when we go to put our cover back on, it's going to be a lot easier because we've already set all of our straps to the appropriate length and bent all the hooks. So once we get it spread out, we just bring her down and latch her on. We'll now repeat this for the remaining straps down this side, and then we're going to go do the exact same thing on the other side. With all our straps in place, we've got you covered. And that completes our look at Camco's UltraGuard Pop-up Camper Cover..


Customer Reviews

Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long - CAM45760

Average Customer Rating:  4.2 out of 5 stars   (85 Customer Reviews)

Protect your pop-up camper during storage with this heavy-duty cover. The UV-resistant, water-resistant cover is made of polypropylene. A unique triple layer top panel provides maximum resistance to rain and snow. For campers 6' to 8' long.

- CAM45760
by:

fit great look good very happy



- CAM45760
by:

Fits snugly on my small camper (almost a little TOO snugly - I had to be careful not to rip it when I first put it on). I had to remove the awning bag from my camper to make it fit; but otherwise, it's been a terrific seasonal cover.



- CAM45760
by:

Excellent product fit perfectly no complaints only complements. Would refer this product to family and friends.


Comments
We sold our camper but the cover was an excellent purchase.
Linda - 09/11/2020


- CAM45760
by:



- CAM45760
by:



- CAM45758
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


The biggest headache was to locate the front and rear. Unfortunately, had to unfold on the ground to determine and refold to put back up on roof; and at that time, tore a small part of the covering. There were no instructions when it came to the two, long rolled up straps. I did thread one of the straps thru the loops at the bulkhead and tied it down, and the other to the underside of the back of the 5th. Overall, it's a great cover and happy with it.


Comments
Its been delivering great protection from all the weather and its elements
Michael J - 08/18/2020


- CAM45771
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Outstanding product! I will say etrailer.com also provide heads up service and contacted me about potentially shipping me a cover that they had in stock vs the one I ordered as they wanted to make sure that there was no prolonged delay that I may not want until this one came back into stock. Being proactive is good and I said " I've got time so I can wait." I ordered on 13 Sep 2020 and it shipped on 6 October 2020. A 3 week delay is not the end of the world at all. Great proactive service from etrailer.com and they are my go to for truck towing and my camper needs.



- CAM45770
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Of course I must start by saying that etrailer's customer support is second to none. It is always a pleasant experience to order from etrailer.com. I am very pleased with the design and quality of this Camco camper cover. The material seems to be of very good quality. The air vents at the top are a smart design feature which allows air to escape from the cover when the wind blows. The top portion is designed with some overhang that acts as a drip edge which sheds water away from the sides. Very good design! The fasteners seem to be of good quality and there are velcro ties for each of the 4 jacks that support the truck camper. It fits pretty well on the my Lance 915, although I was having a little trouble keeping the front portion on the cab-over from coming off. I ended up adding a couple straps from the front fastener to the 2 front jacks to help keep it in place. As with any cover, the main enemy is wind. It can tear apart a cover under the right circumstances. The trick is to keep it tight enough that it's not flapping in the wind but not too tight such that it puts stress on the friction points. I do wish there were more tie down points at the bottom and under the cab-over. I"m thinking of getting a kit that cuts eyelets and add some more points for tie downs at the bottom edges. The zippers for the door are of good quality. I might consider adding a dowel or something to the bottom of the zippered door opening to make it easier to roll up the door opening. Kind of difficult to get it to roll up reasonably well by yourself. With 2 people, it would roll up nicely. Overall, I don't think I could find a cover that would fit any better without getting a custom made cover, which would cost 2 or 3 times as much. This cover is a very good investment and I would definitely recommend it.



- CAM45744
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


The best advise I can give is DO YOUR HOME WORK BEFORE YOU BUY, and get the correct cover for your needs! I have read too many reviews from people who bought the wrong cover, i.e. a light weight cover meant for short term storage but use it long term, and then complain it didn't last. We have a V-nose travel trailer and since no one makes covers specifically for them, we had to find what we thought would be the best one for it. We measured down the top of the trailer from tip of the V to the end of the ladder and looked at ones that would fit that measurement. We decided on the Camco UltraGuard cover because of the fact that it was heavy duty and recommended for cold and snowy climates (we live in Michigan). We liked the idea of the many air vents where the sides meet the top, and the numerous tie-down straps with bungee cord ends. We watched a video about the easiest way to put a cover on, since this was all new to us. It recommended laying it out on the ground first and locating the "Front" and "Rear" labels so you knew which end was which before hauling all 38 lbs of it up on the top of the trailer, where it would be more difficult and unsafe to figure out. Also it recommended turning it inside out, with the sides folded up over the top so the sides could be dropped down easily, rather than having to be pulled out from underneath the top, as would have to be done if opened from the way it was folded at the factory. Before installation we followed the enclosed instructions which said to cover any sharp edges and points on the trailer before installing the cover. We cut pieces of swimming noodles to cover the rain gutter ends and the corners of the step frames. We then loosened and lowered the AM/FM antenna and covered it and the folding TV antenna with an old towel. Being heavy duty fabric, the cover was a little eavy to get up on top of the trailer, so we had to use another ladder, not the one attached to the trailer, to get it up there. That was actually the hardest part, but once up, it was easy to adjust in place per the video instructions and drop the sides down. Final adjustment could be made from the ground by pulling carefully on the sides . NOTE: The tie-down straps do not go all the way under the trailer as do many other brands, but have soft-fabric covered aluminum hooks you bend into shape yourself to hook underneath the trailer. We were not sure we liked that arrangement at first, but it seems to work well holding the sides of the cover down and in place. We used the frame of the trailer as much as possible to hook onto rather than just the bottom of the sides. The instructions said not to pull the bungee sections tight but to leave a little spring in them so they have some give when the wind blows the cover. I think the reason is if they were tight with no give, the wind might possibly rip the tie-down from the cover. The back straps used to tighten it work very well, but since our trailer is a V-nose, we had to fudge with the straps on the front to snug it down as tightly as possible, so we added another bungee strap to hold down the excess fabric of the front corners. The whole installation took two of us a little over an hour, but next time should go faster now that we have it figured out. We wondered how well it would all hold, but this past week we had sustained winds of 35-40 MPH with gusts of 55 MPH for over 24 hours, and the cover hardly even moved. All you could see was the sides poofing out slightly and then the air vent flaps would lift and let the excess air out, so the top never ballooned up at all! It also rained very hard and the cover just beaded up the water and it ran off. The main trick is to take your time and get it snugged down with no loose, baggy, flapping areas where the wind can get under it. Now we have no doubt it will also hold up just fine to the cold winter snow and winds here in Michigan!



- CAM45755
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Cover arrived and I installed it by myself after work. Cover appears to be made of quality material and fit my fifth wheel very nicely. Plenty of tie downs and straps to hold it securely in place. Plenty of zippered openings so you can access your RV after cover is installed. Since this is my first winter of storage I cannot comment on durability over time, but I feel very confident that my 5'er is protected against the elements. Now I'm looking forward to spring when I can remove the cover and start camping again!



- CAM45756
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Excellent product and service by etrailer. The cover is about 1 foot too long for my 290BH. With the built in straps I was able to secure it. So far very pleased with the product.



- CAM45770
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Cover fit my Arctic Fox perfectly. Would have given it 5 stars but it did not come with gutter guards.



- CAM45773
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


After a year the cover is still repelling all water. I would have given it 5 stars however the tie downs or cover anchors do not last even with a light breeze they tore. I now secure my cover with some after market tie downs I purchased at [local store].


Comments
Im happily surprised that this cover is still working as well as it is. The cover has no sunwater dry rot yet. As I mentioned previously the tie downs provided will not hold however the clamp tie downs I added are still making this cover functional.
Jarret P - 09/11/2020


- CAM45763
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


The cover has begun to tear in areas that it make contact with hard edges on the trailer. It has lasted a year so far. Hope it will make it through one more year before it disintegates. I like how it secures around the trailer but the material is a bit weak.



- CAM45773
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


E-trailer is always excellent and timely. I have bought many things and I am always satisfied



- CAM45764
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


The cover fits well and it seems to be very well made. It was easy to install by myself and I am very happy with it.



- CAM45759
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Fit Like a glove thank you



- CAM45765
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


What a great purchase, ours is parked outside and this cover protects it from all of the elements Our trailer looks brand new. We have upgraded to a tt and will be purchasing a cover for this one. When we traded our pop up in and told them we have had it covered it helped with the trade in value



- CAM45763
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


I'm a big fan of etrailer, having purchased many things without disappointment, but would definitely not purchase this cover again. It was a mistake due to the ineffective strapping system. The straps have to link under the edge of camper and attach to the frame, which is quite cumbersome to reach unless you physically get under the camper. My frame is one foot in from the sidewall of the camper. A couple times I blindly attempted to attach the elastic tie down and it popped off the frame and nearly hit me in the eye. This camper cover should be avoided and removed from the market. I'll get a rope to tie around the cover instead of using the dangerous elastic system provided.



- CAM45773
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


The cover fit good, but it ripped. I rated it 3 and not less because most all covers rip in the Arizona sunshine and wind. I'm trying to figure out how to mend the rip as I write this review. If you do not live in Arizona, it's probably a great cover.



- CAM45746
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Un packed cover and was happy to find a very nice product. Appears to be of high quality and craftmanship. What I really appreciated was etrailer stayed in contact with me as the cover was taking longer than expected to arrive due to pandemic and any other circumstance beyond their control. I have not been able to install cover on the trailer yet due to weather. However, I have shown the cover to some friends and they were impressed with quality as well. I have recommended etrailer to all that have asked where I purchased the cover.



- CAM45754
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


Love it. Stays clean inside. Camper is outside under a pole shed. Keeps the dirt out. Very heavy, but got it on. Happy with it. Front of camper sits facing the sun. Saves on the paint job.



- CAM45770
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


I did everything wrong, didn't read guidelines, put it on the camper at the back, just me and the wind was blowing. After I read the instructions and got the cover going in the right direction it unfollowed easy. There were several spots were there was a chance to tare the cover so I warped and tape them. It's the first time covering the camper so it took a little time but the cover fits and looks good.i'm very happy with how it goes on. The material might seam a little thin but it went on with no damage. For the price if it makes a few years I'll be happy to buy a nouther one.


Comments
Did everything right, went on easy,no tears so far.
Jerry S - 11/11/2019



- CAM45765
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


I am thrilled with my new cover. The fabric and construction seems durable and it easily fit over our pop-up camper. The rock sack is an added bonus.



- CAM45745
by:

Review from a similar UltraGuard in RV Covers


This is the second cover I purchased. The last one lasted three years. This one has some problems after one year. One of the gussets ripped off. The fabric wore through in several places. Two were my fault, I needed additional padding where the cover went over the rear bumper. However, there were several wear holes on the roof. A top corner ripped. The elastic tie down hooks kept on coming loose, I had to use a rope under the trailer to keep it on.


Comments
Stil deteriorating. I will have to replace it after only two years of service
Frank - 01/11/2019


32
92
Show More Reviews

Ask the Experts about this Camco RV Covers

  • Recommended Storage Cover for Car Tow Dolly
    We don't carry a cover for a tow dolly specifically. We do carry storage covers for pop-up campers and that is probably the best option for what you are seeking. I recommend the Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover - 6'-8' Long # CAM45760 that will give you tough interlocking seams, a vented design to reduce moisture, and integrated straps to hold the cover in order to prevent flapping.
    view full answer...
  • What Can I Use As a Utilty Trailer Cover That Isn't a Tarp?
    I have a solution for you, but there isn't going to be anything that's an exact fit because they don't make covers for utility trailers in the same manner that they do for pop-up campers, travel trailers and RVs/5th wheels. With that being said, I recommend looking at the Camco UltraGuard Pop-Up Camper Cover # CAM45760. The Camco is a waterproof cover that is designed to cover a 6ft x 8ft pop up camper with a height of 46" tall. This provides a good solution to keep your trailer shielded...
    view full answer...

Do you have a question about this RV Cover?




  • Why etrailer.com?

    At etrailer.com we guarantee:
  • Highest quality rv covers for the best price.

    Our Lowest Price Pledge ensures you will never overpay for the parts you need.
  • Real product know-how.

    We make sure that the products we sell are what we say they are, and that they work the way they are supposed to work. Get real advice from a real person who has the knowledge and expertise needed to solve your problem.
  • Most detailed, accurate rv cover information available.

    Because we take providing accurate product information seriously, we take our own detailed product photos, demo videos and installation videos, as well as verify measurements, instructions, and vehicle fit information.
  • Installations, made easy.

    We love helping people and have the most highly-trained customer service, hands-on experience, step by step videos and installation instructions.
  • Fast shipping.

    Your order is automatically routed to get out of our warehouse and to your door as quickly as possible. Receive free shipping on orders over $99.
  • Personalized service for life.

    We provide one-on-one, personalized service from the ordering process through the life of your product.
  • Trusted since 1946.

    We've been serving customers since our parts store first opened in 1946 and continue to be recognized by our customers, our vendors and third parties for exceptional service.
  • Returns Policy

    Need to return an item? No problem. Please read our Returns Policy for more information.

Info for this part was:

Employee Jacob T
Video Edited:
Jacob T
Employee Rachelle B
Written by:
Rachelle B
Employee Dustin K
Video by:
Dustin K
Employee David F
Installed by:
David F

At etrailer.com we provide the best information available about the products we sell. We take the quality of our information seriously so that you can get the right part the first time. Let us know if anything is missing or if you have any questions.