Barbie and her sisters are ready to hit the road in style in the Barbie Camper 2011. This luxurious pink camper sleeps up to four dolls (dolls sold separately) and has a pop-up roof with two soft mesh hammocks, a kitchenette with lots of accessories, a Jacuzzi hot tub for kicking back after long days traveling and exploring, and a shower stall for cleaning up. There's even an adorable dog with his own doggie door and cozy doggie bed.
The Barbie Camper 2011 comes fully furnished with hammocks and jacuzzi hot tub. View larger
A built-in bike rack lets you attach a bike (sold separately) to the rear of the camper.View larger
Go Camping with Barbie and Her Friends
Measuring approximately 22 by 12 inches (W x H), the Barbie camper has plenty of space to house several dolls and the dog plus the included furniture and accessories. Sturdy and durable, this camper comes pre-assembled with four wheels that roll smoothly on both carpet and floors. There's room for two dolls to be strapped in with plastic seat belts in the front and plenty of space inside the camper for Barbie's sisters and friends to hang out. Accessories include 11 kitchen pieces, 12 pieces of silverware, and a full sheet of stickers of things like food, placemats, wall clock, and a garbage can to give the camper a real-life feel.
Fully Furnished Camper with Fun Features
The top of the camper pops up via a large sliding button on the side to reveal space to hang two curtains trimmed with ribbon and the hammocks. Our testers loved the pretty pink and blue stripes and ribbons on the curtains--a nice, homey detail. There's also plenty of room for one doll to fit on each hammock without pulling them down off their rods and hooks. A built-in bike rack at the rear holds a bike (sold separately) when everyone's ready to get back on the road.
Another sliding side button lets you open the side door down to reveal a pink seat and mounted flat-screen TV. The back door swings open when pushed, but our testers found that it gets caught halfway around unless the toilet seat is lifted up. But once this door is opened, it reveals a hidden lavatory with standing shower stall.
Easy Assembly--No Tools or Batteries Required
Parents will need to help with initial assembly of the furniture as well as the hanging of the curtains and hammocks. Little hands may need assistance using the sliding buttons as well.
Building the kitchenette area is relatively easy thanks to a pre-assembled stove/oven unit and clear visual directions. No hardware or batteries are required. All ages are sure to love placing the decorative stickers in the camper; our testers appreciated the easy-to-follow numbered pictures of where to put what. Little ones can also learn the correct way to set a table by placing the plates, silverware, mugs, and water bottles in the right spot. The Jacuzzi pops onto the interior of the side door once it's opened and can be filled with water for splashing fun. When it's time to pack up, everything fits inside the camper for fast and easy cleanup.
What's in the Box
Pre-assembled camper, kitchenette, Jacuzzi tub, stickers, bag of silverware, bag of pots, cups, and plates, toilet lid, shower curtain, two hammocks, two hammock curtains, dog figure, dog bed, fold-out bed with blankets, kitchenette seat, tabletop, and instructions.