Even though camper is a 2014, it's very clean and in good condition. It's been used less than a dozen times. It comes with all the essentials for indoor cooking, and upgrades to the beds. Please review entire listing for extras.
You can pack things inside the camper on the floor (the cabinets are full). The inside will hold sleeping bags, luggage, etc. There is a storage deck on the exterior that will hold large boxes or coolers with tie-downs (tie-downs not included).
-Towing this pop-up camper is easier than the larger / taller campers.
-You should have experience backing up a trailer.
-You'll need a tow vehicle that can tow 4000 lbs, a tow hitch, electrical (7-Way round tow plug), and ideally a brake controller for hilly or long road trips.
-This camper is heavier than most pop-ups, thus the 4000 lbs towing capacity.
-My old Toyota 4Runner towed the camper OK, but my 8-cylinder Tahoe is much better.
-Equipped with backup camera and portable screen.
-Storage deck has tie-down hooks and can accommodate things like large storage boxes, luggage, coolers, etc.
-Luggable Loo porta-potty available upon request. (5 gallon bucket w/ seat)
-Includes bags and crystals to solidify liquid waste.
-Renters must dispose of waste and clean thoroughly!
-2 propane tanks
-Hot water heater
-3 Burner stove
-Bring your own bed linens or sleeping bags. Each bunk mattress comes w/ mattress protector and a sheet, but use your sheets or linens over what's provided.
-Factory insulated bunks, plus I added anti-fatigue padding and Reflectix insulation to each bunk-end for extra comfort.
-Each mattress includes memory foam toppers.
-Both mattresses are roughly 54" x 72". The VTrec specs list these as queen beds, but the actual mattresses are about the size of a full mattress.
Our family uses the camper regularly, so please ensure all items are returned back to the camper in good condition. Me, my kiddos, and future renters thank you!
-Includes instruction manual created by the owner, plus the manufacturer's instruction manual. I can provide you w/ good videos to watch for setup.
ORGANIZING, COOKING & CLEANING
-Indoor cooking essentials (pots, pans, 4 thermal cups / coffee mugs, flatware, cooking utensils, mixing bowls, measuring cups / spoons, can opener, wine opener)
-Cleaning supplies (dish washing liquid, hand towels, scrubbers, drying mat)
-Storage shelf (breaks down to store) and organizer boxes
OUTDOOR CAMPING & FUN
-4 folding Academy camp chairs
-4 head lamps
-2 outdoor lamps
-Indoor and outdoor rugs to help keep the camper clean
-Portable electric heater (back up, just in case)
-Small fan / bed lights and fans
-Storage pockets near bunk-end beds for phones, glasses, etc.
CAMPING IN THE SUMMER
-Please remember, while the camper is more comfortable than a tent (IMHO), it's still made of canvas. The AC will make things more comfortable, but it won't be as comfortable as indoors.
Other things to note
-Renters must clean the camper (It's small and not much extra work). If the camper is not cleaned, $75 will be taken from the security deposit.
-Please don't open the awning. It's a terrible pain to open and close and they are known to break easily. Recommend bringing a shade to put over a campground picnic table.
DRY CAMPING / BOON DOCKING
-If you are camping without electricity, please bring your own generator or battery powered lighting, etc. The battery will not provide enough power for your trip.