2019 Forest River No Boundaries -NOBO 16.5

5(6)
TrailerBigfork, MT
Sleeps 220 ftYear 2019
100 miles/day freeGood for couplesFamily Friendly Instagrammable

Meet your host, Angie Killian

I'm just getting started with this new camper in the beautiful NW Montana area.


TrailerRental #122195

New 2019 No Boundaries camper sleeps 2, (one full time short queen) rooftop solar panel included. Super cute and easy to clean, with one of the largest kitchen sinks in RV history!!

  • Sleeps: 2 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 30 gallons
  • Gray water: 30 gallons
  • Black water: 30 gallons


Owner rules

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating not allowed
  • No smoking

Rates

  • Daily$100.00 /night
  • Weekly$100.00 /night0% discount
  • Monthly$100.00 /night0% discount
Minimum stay
3 nights
Refundable security deposit
$1,000.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Policies

Cancellation policy moderate
  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If canceled more than 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 75% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If canceled within 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 50% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
Mileage
100 miles free per day You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.

Owner fees

  • 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 Matches & lighter for stove Trash bags (Please notify me of anything that needs replenished after your rental.)

  • 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

  • ADDITIONAL FURNISHINGS: 1 bungee cord for securing the TV during travel 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 & rechargeable flashlight (solar and hand crank) 2 lawn chairs Broom & dust pan Small garbage bin Small first aid kit Bubble level - 2 way

  • 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.


Gross weight 4,500 lbs

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Enhance your trip

  • 2" foam mattress topper & mattress pad

  • 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.

  • If tanks not dumped and flushed


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This rental has a 3 night minimum.
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2019 Forest River No Boundaries -NOBO 16.5

Reviews

(5)

Tressa K.

July 20205

Great experience! Was glad we did this option. Appreciate the communication and being great to work with. The unit is perfect for 2 adults a 1 kid who spend most of the time outside. The outdoor carpet pad was an excellent addition.

David D.

July 20205

Angie's customer service is top notch. She takes the time to thoroughly explain everything, which made it so I drove off her property feeling safe and confident. I couldn't have asked for a better first time camper rental. Thank you, Angie!

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Serena Z.

September 20195

I rented from Angie and it was absolutely an amazing experience she explained everything so thoroughly the camper was clean and she had everything I needed for my big camping trip salmon snagging, I would definitely rent from her again.

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Dan B.

August 20195

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 P.

July 20195

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 were also quite comfy. It was very well outfitted and she seems to have though of nearly everything. We found the important stuff like a corkscrew and a little French press very useful. She also provided chairs, a very large pop up canopy and more guide books than you could hope for. It was fun to read about the history of the area and plan our hikes with these. The camper is easy to tow because it is light weight. It was also easy to drain the gray and black water tanks. It also has solar power on the roof to charge the batteries so we never ran out of juice. The camper is also easy to set up and Angie did a great job showing us how to do it before we left for the park. All in all it was a great trip and made better with Angie's camper. I don't know if we'll ever want to tent camp again! Thanks Angie. You were wonderful to work with.

Carla W.

July 20195

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 packed up and come home early.


Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
A.
This will vary with my schedule. I'm a Realtor, and so some summer days are chaotic! Some days are a lot more flexible than others!


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