2014 Coachmen Freelander

5(6)
Class CAnchorage, AK
2 seatbeltsSleeps 624 ftYear 2014
100 miles/day freeUnlimited generator

Meet your host, Megan

Member since 2021

Owner bio coming soon! Megan is committed to providing great stays for guests.


Class CRental #233661

24' Class C perfect for cruising around Alaska with your family. Shorter wheelbase makes maneuvering around a snap and back up camera helps navigate smaller campsites without worrying about backing into a tree. Camper sleeps 2 comfortably in the queen bed as well as space for four more on the overhead bunk and the conversion dinette. Tons of space for coolers and fishing gear in the pass through compartment, and new tires in 2019. This ride has a great heater, shower, and toilet to make roughing it that much easier. Small flatscreen TV with DVD player can help pass the time in the rare event that the kids need a break from getting too much sunshine, and the passenger side awning keeps raindrops away while allowing you to stay outside without getting soaked.

  • Sleeps: 6 guests
  • Seats: 2 seatbelts
  • Fresh water tank: 30 gallons
  • Fuel: Gas


Owner rules

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

Rates

  • Daily$350.00 /night
  • Weekly$350.00 /night0% discount
  • Monthly$350.00 /night0% discount
Minimum stay
3 nights
Refundable security deposit
$750.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Policies

Mileage
100 miles free per day You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.
Generator usage
Unlimited generator hours

Owner fees

  • Excessive cleaning or odor removal fee



Everything you can expect while traveling in a Class C. Learn more
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Enhance your trip

  • If we have to dump it there will be an extra charge


Availability

This rental has a 3 night minimum.
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2014 Coachmen Freelander

Reviews

(5)

About this RV

Cleanliness

5

Maintenance

4.8

Value

4.8

Listing Accuracy

5

About the host

Communication

5
More about Megan

Ginger J.

5September 2021

My fiancé and I enjoyed our trip in Alaska with Megan’s RV. The RV is very easy to drive around and has sufficient space. Megan and her husband are very patient to provide us orientation about the RV. Very informative and responsive when we had questions and offered a lot of useful information for us to explore as local. They loaded the RV with all essentials ( warm blankets, chairs, grill, gas, cooler and a lot more other stuff) for us to have an authentic RV trip! Enjoyed my experience!

1 Photo submitted by Ginger J.

Becca E.

5August 2021

Jaideep G.

5July 2021

Megan and Eric were absolutely awesome throughout our renting experience. Right from the start they were super helpful, guiding recommending and being extremely responsive on all our questions. Once we picked up the RV they made sure it was fully prepared for 4 adults, 2 kids and were extremely thoughtful not only on what we would need through the trip (extra bedding, blankets and more) but guided us to recommendations through our journey and made it feel as if they were renting it to their own family.
The RV was awesome, super easy to drive and extremely well stocked, maintained and was perfect for our even a family of 6 (4 adults, 2 kids). Eric also made sure we had the RV tools and goodies we needed in case we were in different camping setup (brand new fire pit, grill etc which was above and beyond).
I would highly recommend renting this as Eric/Megan makes the process seamless and RV is a treat to drive and is size friendly for some of the Denali's park campgrounds too.
Even when we returned the RV we had late flights and Eric/Megan accommodated our requests above and beyond any other owner would do and we are so so thankful to the whole experience and they made us feel part of the family more so than anything else. If anyone is looking for a seamless and friendly RV renting experience Eric/Megan's RV and hospitality is second to none !!

11 Photos submitted by Jaideep G.

Taylor B.

5June 2021

Amazing camper! Loved using their camper and the they really made us feel like this camper was ours!

Jessica W.

5June 2021

This RV was AMAZING! It was equipped with everything we needed and more! The beds were super comfy and the RV was roomy enough for the 5 of us. Can’t wait to book this on our next trip back to Alaska.

Rachel W.

5June 2021

This was a fantastic long weekend in Anchorage. The rig was set up perfect and super clean. It had everything needed and more. The owners are awesome and we can't wait to rent this RV next year.

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Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.How do we connect to a water supply?
A.
If you are in a campground that has a water supply line, connect the provided wye valve to the outlet. Then connect the in-line filter to that, then the blue marine/RV supply hose. Take the outlet end of the supply hose and attach it to the intake labeled "city water." Turn the supply on, and you are all set. When you are connected to this, you don't need to use the water pump as the city water will bypass it on demand.

Q.How do we fill the freshwater tank?
A.
To fill the freshwater tank, use the same blue hose described above to attach to the other inlet on the side of the rig. The tank is 50 gallons, and you should only open the water supply spigot or valve about halfway. There's an overflow relief under the RV, so when water starts leaking onto the ground, just turn the water off at the spigot and detach the hose. Your tank should be full, and you can check on the indicator lighting display found on the left side of the stairs at the main door.

Q.Are there any tips for making sure the blackwater tank/toilet doesn't stink?
A.
Frequently dump the blackwater tank. After you're done dumping, but before you fill the freshwater tank, flush the toilet about 10-15 times. You never want to let the blackwater tank go completely dry, as this can lead to "pyramiding." You can use your imagination on what that means. By keeping a couple gallons of water in the blackwater tank you can keep solids from accumulating and ensure easier dumping and less smell. After it's emptied, drop a treatment pod (provided) in the tank.

Q.Anything else we should know?
A.
The RV has a 55gallon gas tank. It averages about 10mpg and cruises at 60-65mph on the more popular highways. The tires are new and do well on dirt roads. There is a tire gauge provided and it's good to check the pressure frequently to ensure both a smooth ride and good gas mileage. There is an electric air compressor with long enough hoses to reach all four tires if you need to add any air along the way. The compressor hooks up to the main battery using alligator clips.


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