2021 Forest River - Delivery/Setup Option

4.9(16)
TrailerAberdeen, NC
Sleeps 933 ftYear 2021

Meet your host, Thomas

Member since 2017

40 year old Active Army. Wife and two young boys. Outdoor enthusiast.


TrailerRental #200033

Enjoy a relaxing getaway with this brand new 33 foot Forest River travel trailer. With the ability to sleep up to 9, and tons of storage; this unit is ideal for family trips. The unit has a full size refrigerator which runs off the batteries when traveling (avoiding the need for coolers or having to burn propane), a 43" TV in Living area, and 36" TV in Queen Room (Amazon Fire Sticks included).
The unit is equipped with full utility connections (great for full hook-up sites or even remote sites): 25ft BPA free heated water hose (for winter camping) with water filter, a 25ft sewer hose, a 30AMP electrical connection (which includes a 15AMP and 50AMP conversion plug, along with a 30AMP surge protector), and 2x 20lb propane tanks (for use with the furnace, water heater, stove/oven, and outdoor griddle). Connect digitally with the WiFi system, Hdtv antenna, and Bluetooth stereo (access code provided during Owner review).
The electric fireplace is a great alternative from the gas furnace and saves on propane use.
A 16ft retractable awning with outdoor rope lighting, speakers, gas griddle, and electric mini fridge are great for entertaining outdoors. The outdoor water connection/hose provides the ability to wash off after a hike or walk on the beach.
Owner supplies a new ReCurve 3 sway hitch to ensure maximum control when hauling.

  • Sleeps: 9 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 40 gallons
  • Gray water: 66 gallons
  • Black water: 34 gallons


Owner rules

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating friendly
  • No smoking

Contact owner for set up, delivery options, and add-ons.

Rates

  • Daily$119.00 /night
  • Weekly$107.10 /night9.9% discount
  • Monthly$107.10 /night9.9% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
$500.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Mileage
Free unlimited use
Generator usage
Unlimited generator hours

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Enhance your trip

  • Additional camping chairs. 2 chairs are included for free with rental.

  • No fee if returned clean as received

  • Fee for Owner to deliver and pickup over 40 miles from Aberdeen NC. Add $.50 per total miles over 40 each way


Availability

This rental has a 2 night minimum.
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2021 Forest River - Delivery/Setup Option

Dates




Reviews

(4.9)

About this RV

Cleanliness

5

Maintenance

4.8

Value

4.9

Listing Accuracy

5

About the host

Communication

5
More about Thomas

Talisha C.

5January 2022

My family had an amazing camping experience in this beautiful RV! The RV is in excellent condition, well stocked and very clean! The owner (Thomas) was wonderful to work with and made the setup and pickup process seamless!!

Stella C.

5December 2021

Thomas was amazing. The entire experience was top notch. The camper itself was in fabulous condition. Thomas was very communicative and made sure to answer all my questions in a timely manner. I couldn’t ask for a better experience. Highly recommend and would rent from again.

1 Photo submitted by Stella C.

Steve S.

3December 2021

This review is for boondocking/dry camping. Overall, the RV was beautiful, clean, and equipped nicely. Thomas delivered, leveled, and took us through a detailed walk through. If renting for full hookups, this would be a great camper. For boondocking, see below:
My issues were with the battery capacity. We were running a generator for 8+ hours each day until quiet hours at 10:00 pm to charge up the battery. The batteries would die by 4 AM every day leaving us freezing (temps were 30F at night). The only electric draw was the 12 volt refrigerator and the fan to operate the furnace. My brother in law was running the same set up next door, and his batteries were over 60% capacity in the morning, while these batteries were dead. He was also running his generator for less than half the time I did.
In addition, there was a small leak from the toilet on to the bathroom floor. We kept a small towel at the base of the toilet to keep us from stepping in it in the morning. Not great.
If not for these issues, the camper would have been perfect.

Thomas’s answer

Wow, this is certainly disappointing. Appreciate the comments on the appearance and upkeep of the RV. That’s consistent with ALL my other customers. As far as the boondocking; let me clarify this renter’s lack of knowledge on how this particular camper operates. To be clear, my RV has never run under the conditions this renter put it through; expecting to run everything for more than 8 hours on batteries alone. I’m not an electrical engineer, but I am an engineer, and I can do math. Assuming ONLY the refrigerator, furnace, thermostat, and CO2 monitor were the utilities pulling an amperage draw, that would total to 20 Amps [from owner manuals]. However, if the water heater, fresh water pump, HDTV antenna and/or any lights which can also run off the batteries were not turned off, you could assume an additional draw. The RV’s 2 standard Deep Cycle marine/RV batteries average 22 Amps for 140min and 150min respectively. Therefore, the capacity between both batteries is 22 Amps for 4.8 hours. Based on the minimal demand, power would last approximately 5 hours. That’s why the heat didn’t run the expected 8 hours. Not to mention this usage is horrible for the lifecycle of the battery. Today I had the 1yr old batteries professionally charged and tested. Both returned a perfect rating. Just as I thought… Moreover, in my experience, two 20lb LP tanks last roughly 4 days in 30 deg temps. When I picked up the RV, both tanks were empty, so I question how long the furnace ran with no gas? Regrettably, I waived the Propane Fee. So now let’s address the toilet. What the Renter failed to state, is that he reached out on day 2 to tell me the black tank was full, claimed I didn’t flush it properly, and expected me to drive over an hour to unclog the toilet. He also failed to mention that they allowed the water to back up all the way past the flush valve. After I coaching him on how to use the ‘flush wand’, he was able unclog his pyramid and blamed it on poor design. As well as leaving me with a dirty wand. I’m convinced that operator error caused the leak. Today, I also pulled the toilet from the flange, and everything checked out. As well as testing the water flow which resulted in no sign of a leak.

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Deborah L.

5November 2021

Luxury and comfort are the first words that come to mind after our stay at Thomas’ RV trailer. All the beds were super-comfy, and the amenities were very thoughtful. We especially enjoyed the TV and multiple usb outlets for phone/laptop charging. We stayed in the middle of an unusual cold snap, but the electric fireplace as well as the quiet propane heater kept us cozy warm. The fresh water was exactly that, with no “canned” taste, also instant hot when it was needed. Thomas made our first RV experience very pleasant. Will definitely ask to rent again for future dog shows in the area. Five stars!

Phyllia W.

5September 2021

A group of ladies rented it and we knew nothing about a camper. I had to call Thomas a couple of times with questions and he was most prompt and helpful. Everything was very clean and we’ll definitely rent again.

Lily D.

5August 2021

Fantastic experience! Owner was super nice and helpful.




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