Roll-Out down in this 13 foot-long light-weight 2,000 pound, all-aluminum retro style “canned ham” trailer—so-called when first made, because its ends are rounded, making it look like a giant can of Spam! Inside though, are new upholstery, more space than you would expect. Plus, it is filled with amenities to make your camping adventure relaxed and comfortable. Space is divided into a built-in diner table on one end, a kitchen in the center, and a master bed at the other end. Across from the kitchen is a combination top-of-the-line Thetford flushing toilet and shower.
The diner table breaks down into a second bed in seconds, if needed. This camper is cool in hot weather, with a powerful built-in 5,000 BTU air conditioner. In chilly weather, adjust the master switch for the temperature and built-in forced air heating comes on. The kitchen is compact, but includes a microwave, two-burner propane stove and a stainless steel kitchen sink. The refrigerator is large enough for basic supplies for a weekend.
The camper has running water, gray and black water tanks. Four windows open to let in the fresh air on nice days, and the door includes an outside screen door, for better ventilation. LED lighting keeps down the draw on the electric system, and provides light overhead and in the kitchen and bath areas. Electric outlets are adequate, to power your favorite electronic devices.
Storage is available under the bed and diner seat, as well as cupboards for kitchen-ware and food.
CASA POCO, LLC, is dedicated to providing ecologically green RV solutions when possible. If you are interested in visiting the AUSTIN, TX, area, we can deliver the Canned Ham RV for you, within Travis County and surrounding areas, within 60 miles of the TX State Capitol. McKinney Falls State Park, for example, is within the AUSTIN city limits. You can secure a legal camping site, and with delivery of the camper, avoid the need for a vehicle with a tow hitch, or, for that matter, need not have a car at all. You can arrive in Austin and travel by public transportation to your campsite. If you live in Austin, this model works for you too.
We can arrange to meet you at your campsite, deliver the RV, and be there to greet you, provide an orientation to the camper, and provide check-in and check-out on your arrival and departure. This rental model is designed to reduce greenhouse gases. Not everyone needs to own an SUV or truck powerful enough to haul an RV.
Matches, can opener, Dawn detergent, cutting board, rubber maid plastic container—works better for washing dishes. For the bath: special toilet paper designed for camper black water tanks, tank deodorizer. The camper is also supplied to handle most emergencies: First aid kit, hydraulic jack and crossbar lugnut wrench, spare tire, (in case you have a flat outside of cell phone range); I have a variety of extra camping gear; can usually come up with other equipment, if you think of something else you need.
Plan to bring your own cooking supplies, pots, pans, dishes, utensils, bedding and personal items. Recommend bringing two waterproof tarps and line, so you can improvise dry areas including one over the doorway, in case of rain. It helps keep everything cleaner, if you have one on the ground, approaching the door, too.
Other things to note
This camper is wider than your truck or SUV, most likely. Always allow extra room, for turning, stopping at a take-out window, or parallel parking. Always walk all the way around the camper, before starting, checking that tires are good, doors are closed and locked, making sure the electrical plug is hooked in, all signals are working. When you stop, Unplug the camper from your vehicle, so it doesn’t drain your vehicle’s battery. Whenever you detach the camper from your vehicle, be sure to put chocks in front, and in back of camper tires. A runaway camper just spoils the day for everyone!