The perfect travel trailer for those wanting to travel in style. The two person bar top seating and a large window in the front give this coach an open feel with the ability to see your campsite. The theater seating is directly across the entertainment center for easy viewing and comfort. The bedroom in this unit is the game changer with a king bed in a slide out, a large wardrobe and dresser in the middle of this bedroom is perfect. A bathroom with a double sink vanity and 48” x 30” shower with a seat make this bathroom truly a master.
Loaded with features
Marine Grade Carpet in slides
LED TV With Upgraded Speaker System and Subwoofer
Multi Zone Soundbar/Stereo Combo w/AM/FM & Bluetooth Control
Loving the great outdoors does not eliminate your love of gourmet cooking as well. However, fine dining can be more challenging when cooking in an RV or over a campfire. However, with a little bit of planning and creativity you too can perfect gourmet campfire cooking.
Make ahead and freeze
OK, so there are some things that are just a wee bit difficult when in the great outdoors to throw together. For example, if you’re looking to pull off an exquisite pasta dish, that complicated sauce may be a bit much. However, many sauces can be made from the comfort of your home kitchen and then frozen for quick prep over the campfire. This technique also works great for soups. Cut the mess in the RV or campsite by making [...]
In recent years, paddleboarding has grown rapidly in popularity. Many people are adopting this fun water activity, and the fitness and adventure it provides. Paddleboarding is a budget-friendly activity – and you don’t even have to invest in a board! Many state parks offer paddleboard rentals. If you do choose to invest in a paddleboard, consider getting an inflatable board. These boards will take up far less space in your RV as you travel.
Paddleboarding is a great activity for a wide range of ages and skills. You don’t have to stand up on a paddleboard! You can choose to sit, kneel, stand or even do yoga based on your own balance.
Paddleboard Safety Tips
There are a few safety tips to keep in mind before you head out on a [...]
Don’t get us wrong, s’mores are a camping classic, a summer must have, a timeless delight. However, sometimes you want to throw something new in the mix. If you’re camping for multiple nights, you might not want s’mores every night. Here are some new camping desserts that are quick and easy to whip up, as well as tremendously satisfying.
You may be familiar with classic tomato and basil bruschetta, but have you met its sweet cousin? With a few simple supplies you can easily whip up dessert bruschetta.
Rustic bread of your choice (e.g. sourdough)
Chocolate hazelnut spread
Sliced fruit (e.g. strawberries, bananas, peaches, raspberries)
Mini chocolate chips
White chocolate chips
Chocolate bar to grate
Slice the bread thickly, brush both sides olive oil, then grill until toasted. Spread chocolate hazelnut spread on bread [...]
While we all enjoyed the mild start to this summer, temps lately have been skyrocketing. If you’ve found your RV uncomfortable, with warm air constantly drafting in, it may be time to improve the insulation on your RV. Increasing your insulation will decrease your need for air conditioning. And decreasing your need for air conditioning will lessen your pain at the pump. Learn some expert tips for how to keep your RV cool and comfortable, even during the worst summer heat.
The following areas are some of the main culprits for taking on heat/losing cool air during the summer months (as well as losing heat and taking on cold air in the winter).
Windows and Doors: We realize this one is a “well, duh” answer. However, windows and doors are [...]
We know the painful feeling of pulling up to a gas pump – and it has never been more painful than this summer. There is no way around it. Filling up an RV is quite spendy. Consequently, this summer more than most, you want to make the most of every mile. There are several ways to improve your gas mileage when hitting the road with your RV. Follow these tips to decrease your pain at the pump.
1) Keep current on maintenance
Thoroughly inspect your RV before each trip for common maintenance issues that can decrease your mileage. Over time tires lose pressure and seams and sealants need inspection. The air filters in particular can be guilty of impacting your fuel efficiency. Dirty or clogged filters can cause [...]
It’s not an uncommon scene. Mention a trip to a state park and your young kids start to roll their eyes. They would much rather sit in the AC watching their favorite characters on screen. However, this summer there’s a fun way to get your young ones excited about that State park visit. At participating Washington State Park locations, you can pick up a brochure that will allow your kids to explore the park with Gabby’s Dollhouse.
Gabby’s Dollhouse Brochure
This colorful brochure is packed with educational activities to keep your kids engaged with both the park and one of their favorite characters. You can either pick up the brochure at a participating location or you can download and print it yourself. Break away from screens this summer and head out [...]
The new outside kitchen on this Rockwood Mini Lite features a griddle, a refrigerator and grill makes cooking so enjoyable and flexible. You no longer need to take the smell of cooking bacon inside. The large wardrobe slide makes packing and organization a breeze. The large pantry next to the bathroom covers all your kitchen storage needs as well. The center position of the television in your entertainment space makes viewing from any part of the living quarters easy.
This travel trailer is the perfect companion for all of your summer adventures!
More Great Features
Loaded kitchen! Enjoy a Three Burner High Output Gas Range with Flush Mount Glass Top Cover as well as a 21″ Gas Oven. You’ll feel like you’re at home with the [...]
In recent years, Washington has ranked in the top 5 for all states for boating fatalities. This is not a ranking we want to see repeated this summer! However, as temperatures rise many head to the water for relief and refreshment. However, even when the temps skyrocket past 100, the water temperatures can remain quite frigid due to mountain run-off. In fact, many rivers will still have temps in the 40’s or 50’s (and sometimes colder!) right now. This is especially true with the cooler spring we had this year. These temperatures can easily cause cold-water shock, which can lead to drowning.
Be Safe, Wear a Life Jacket
Even the most experienced boater and swimmer should wear a life jacket when out on the water. In particular, small craft such as kayaks, canoes [...]
Wildlife safety is vitally important both for you and for wildlife. You should be concerned not only about your own well-being, but the preservation of the environment wildlife calls home. It is true that most wildlife prefer to avoid humans; however, wildlife will attack when they feel threatened. Before we talk about precautions for specific types of wildlife, there are a few general rules of wildlife safety to follow.
Keep your distance
Coming home with that perfect may be enticing, but when it comes to wildlife it’s important to maintain your distance. When you’re exploring, stick to trails, especially in the early morning, evening or at night. Wildlife typically understands trails to be high human traffic areas and avoids them.
Distance is especially important if you run into young [...]