exterior 2019 Forest River No Boundaries Bigfork, MT exterior 2019 Forest River No Boundaries Bigfork, MT exterior 2019 Forest River No Boundaries Bigfork, MT
$125
per night

2019 Forest River No Boundaries

BigforkMT
3
Sleeps
Length

Overview

New 2019 No Boundaries camper sleeps 4, (one full time queen, one dinette converts to a queen), rooftop solar panel included. The solar panel does a great job recharging the batteries during the day, and my dual Champion 2000's are available if you'll be needing to run the AC or the optional microwave. If you'll need to use 110 outlets, you'll either need a power connection, the gas generators, or the solar Goal Zero 1000 with it's own solar panel suitcase add on. Please note that you'll need towing experience and a minimum of 5000 pound towing capacity, a 2" hitch, a 7 pin electrical connection, and a brake controller. I will include at no charge my weight distribution hitch so you have a smoother and safer ride. If your vehicle doesn't meet these requirements, please ask for delivery. Glorious Glacier National Park is about 50 miles from my house and I can deliver to the campgrounds there for an additional fee. Cell phone booster available. This works to give you better cell reception in the camper if there is any cell coverage available where you camp. You will need 110 power to operate it, so either an electrical connection, or one of the generator options is necessary. Bedding - included free 2" foam mattress toppers (2 each) & mattress pads (2 each) (Sheets, blanket, pillows and bedspread sets are available for additional $25 per set.) Setup gear ++ ADDITIONAL FURNISHINGS: 2 bath towels, 1 bungee cord for securing the TV during travel, 1 Small cooler, Drinking water hoses 50' and Pressure reducer (for campsites with potable water), Camco water filter, Electric power cord, Upgraded dump hose, Leveling blocks (camper must always be leveled for refrigerator to work), Wheel chocks, Collapsible bucket, Rechargeable lantern, & 2 rechargeable flashlights (solar and hand crank), 2 (or 4) lawn chairs, Broom & dust pan, Small garbage bin, Small first aid kit, Bubble level - 2 way Kitchen gear KITCHEN GEAR: Dinner plates, salad plates & bowls for 4, 4 hot drink cups, 4 20 oz tumblers, 2 acrylic wine goblets, silverware set for 4, stainless steel mixing/serving bowls, Dish soap and drying rack, sponge, kitchen towels, knives with sleeves, steak knives, scissors, wooden cutting board, small plastic cutting board, large plastic cutting board, can opener, bottle opener/cork screw, rechargeable personal blender, non-stick 11" square griddle, 8" saute pan, 9" deep saute pan, 2 qt. sauce pan with lid, 2 cork trivets, 3 cup French press, spoon, ladle and slotted spoon, pancake turners, pasta spoon, plastic storage containers, 2 hot pads, tongs, pan scraper (to save on water usage!) 1 small tablecloth, 4 stainless steel tablecloth clips Disposable Items DISPOSABLE ITEMS INCLUDE: 4 rolls toilet paper, Paper towels, Disinfecting kitchen wipes, Tank treatment for grey & black tanks, Disposable gloves for use with tank dumping, Salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder, Olive oil, Dish soap, hand soap & shower/hair shampoo, Matches & lighter for stove, Trash bags (Please notify me of anything that needs replenished after your rental.) Guide Books BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR RECREATIONAL ENJOYMENT: Flathead National Forest map, Glacier Park map, Falcon Guide - Hiking Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks, Falcon Guide - Best Easy Day Hikes Glacier & Waterton Lakes, Falcon Guide - Hiking Montana Linderman - The Montana Stories Audobon Society - Field Guide to North American Wildflowers Plants of the Rocky Mountains, The Best of Glacier National Park. Let me know if you'd like some table games to take along! The awning is not available for rentals, but I do include a large shelter tent that you can set up over picnic tables if you wish. (The awning is easily damaged, expensive to repair or replace, and not covered by the insurance. The Coleman shelter is only $130 and can be located wherever you choose!)
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Angie Killian
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Response time: within an hour

Details

Make: Forest River
Model: No Boundaries
Type: Trailer
Sleeps: 4
Length: 20 Feet

Amenities

Air Conditioner
Heater
Dining Table
Microwave
Stove/Range
Oven
Refrigerator
Kitchen Sink
Inside Shower
Outside Shower
Toilet
WIFI
Satellite
Ceiling Fan
Awning
Generator
Tow Hitch
Bike Rack
Solar
Backup Camera
Extra Storage
Leveling Jacks
Washer/Dryer
TV/DVD
CD Player
Radio
Audio Inputs
Inverter
Handicap Accessible
Water Tank 30 gallons
Propane 20 lbs
Gray Water 30 gallons
Sewage 30 gallons

Rules

Pet Friendly
Festival Friendly
Smoking Allowed

Location

Add-ons

Cleaning Required
$75.00
Kitchen gear included free Required

KITCHEN GEAR: Dinner plates, salad plates & bowls for 4 4 hot drink cups 4 20 oz tumblers 2 acrylic wine goblets silverware set for 4 stainless steel mixing/serving bowls Dish soap and drying rack sponge kitchen towels knives with sleeves steak knives scissors wooden cutting board small plastic cutting board large plastic cutting board can opener bottle opener/cork screw rechargeable personal blender non-stick 11" square griddle 8" saute pan 9" deep saute pan 2 qt. sauce pan with lid 2 cork trivets 3 cup French press spoon, ladle and slotted spoon pancake turners pasta spoon plastic storage containers 2 hot pads tongs pan scraper (to save on water usage!) 1 small tablecloth 4 stainless steel tablecloth clips

$0.00
Disposable Items included free Required

DISPOSABLE ITEMS INCLUDE: 4 rolls toilet paper Paper towels Disinfecting kitchen wipes Tank treatment for grey & black tanks Disposable gloves for use with tank dumping Salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, chili powder Olive oil Dish soap, hand soap & shower/hair shampoo Matches & lighter for stove Trash bags (Please notify me of anything that needs replenished after your rental.)

$0.00
Towing requirements Required

Please note that you'll need towing experience and a minimum of 5000 pound towing capacity, a 2" hitch, a 7 pin electrical connection, and a brake controller. I will include at no charge my weight distribution hitch so you have a smoother and safer ride. If your vehicle doesn't meet these requirements, please ask for delivery.

$0.00
Setup gear ++ included free Required

ADDITIONAL FURNISHINGS: 2 bath towels 1 bungee cord for securing the TV during travel 1 Small cooler Drinking water hoses 50' + ?' Pressure reducer (for campsites with potable water) Camco water filter Electric power cord Upgraded dump hose Andersen Camper Leveler (camper must always be leveled for refrigerator to work) Wheel chocks Collapsible bucket Rechargeable lantern & 2 rechargeable flashlights (solar and hand crank) 2 lawn chairs Broom & dust pan Small garbage bin Small first aid kit Bubble level - 2 way

$0.00
Cell Phone Booster Daily

Cell phone booster available. (weBoost Connect RV 65) This works to give you better cell reception in the camper if there is any cell coverage available where you camp. You will need 110 power to operate it, so either an electrical connection, or one of the generator options is necessary. The booster and interior antenna are mounted in the camper, but the exterior antenna will need to be set up at the campground once the camper is parked and leveled.

$10.00
Pre-trip shopping $50

Send me a list and I'll purchase what you need ahead of your arrival.

$65.00
Bedding - included free

2" foam mattress toppers (2 each) & mattress pads (2 each)

$0.00
Microwave - optional Daily

Small microwave - you will need a power connection to run the microwave, or one of the generator options. This isn't mounted in the camper, and will need to be stowed carefully when towing.

$2.00
Guide Books included free

BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR RECREATIONAL ENJOYMENT: Flathead National Forest map Glacier Park map Woodall's AAA 2017 Campground guide - Frontier West/Great Plains & Mountain States Falcon Guide - Hiking Glacier and Waterton Lakes National Parks Falcon Guide - Best Easy Day Hikes Glacier & Waterton Lakes Falcon Guide - Hiking Montana Linderman - The Montana Stories Audobon Society - Field Guide to North American Wildflowers Plants of the Rocky Mountains The Best of Glacier National Park Let me know if you'd like some table games to take along!

$0.00
Optional solar panels Daily

Goal Zero Suitcase 100 panels for charging the Goal Zero 1000 generator. These are fragile, and necessary for recharging the Goal Zero generator, unless you have excess solar from the roof panel, and use the converter.

$20.00
Bedding - extra $

2 pillows, 1 set of fleece sheets, blanket & bedspread

$25.00
Solar Generator Daily

Goal Zero 1000 - not necessary for solar charging, extra capacity only

$20.00
Generator Daily

Gasoline Champion 2000's - 2 available, and they run in parallel to operate the AC, 110 outlets, and optional microwave.

$7.50
Dump charges Paid on Return

If tanks not dumped and flushed

Portable small propane bbq

includes hose hookup

$15.00
Water containers

If you're staying at a campsite without a water connection, you might need to refill the fresh water tank with these 6 gallon containers.

$1.00

Rates

Daily: $125
Weekly: $805
Monthly: $2,940
Cancellation:
Moderate
Minimum Nights: 3

Generator Charges

No free hours included with this rental

$0.00/per hour of additional usage

Mileage Charges

Unlimited miles are included with this rental

Availability

3 Reviews

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Dan

Reviewed on Aug 7th

Beautiful camper, very clean , perfect size for 2 people. It had everything we needed for our trip . Angie was such a pro , she brought the camper to the campground, explained everything very well . Was a pleasure to stay in the camper . Thank you Angie

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Nick

Reviewed on Jul 11th

Angie was a pleasure to work with. She communicated very well with me before and during our trip. She told me what I needed as a first time camper user well in advance of the trip so I was prepared to tow her camper safely. The unit was very clean and just as described in her listing. The beds...

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Carla

Reviewed on Jul 10th

Outstanding! This was our first time in an RV and not a tent, and it was the best decision. We dry-camped at Glacier for 6 days in a no-generator area. It rained, hailed and stormed most of the time we were there. Staying in the RV saved our trip. If we had been in our tent, we would have...