2020 update: This camper has been upgraded with a dual battery setup and a 50% larger propane tank (plus spare to take along if you want) to better accommodate longer bookings! Plus, new tires were installed in May.
This great, light-weight travel trailer is still like new. I've only taken it out a few times and it got to have fun without me on a handful of bookings with some great folks last summer! I went with this size and weight specifically so I could tow it with my 6-cylinder SUV. I now have a truck but the camper pulled well with the SUV. After lots of shopping around I decided on this model for many reasons. It's light and pulls well. The main bed is large (queen size). There are windows on 3 sides of the bedroom (I love waking up river-side to the sights and sounds of nature!). It has a power slide-out to tow narrow but open up more room when you get there. The whole dining room table, which converts to the 2nd bed, is what slides out. One of the best features (which I think is what finally sold me on it) was the size of the bathroom for it being only a 17' camper. Most travel trailers in this size/weight class that I looked at had a wet-bath, where the toilet is in the shower. Not this Viking! The bathroom is spacious, with actual counter-top area and leg room when sitting on the ah... rearmost seat. It has good storage space as well. There's pass-thru storage up front from the outside and good hidden space under the bed and dining room benches. All these sweet features have made me an even happier camper! I think I picked a winner with this one! But I really don't get to use it very often so I'd like to see others enjoy the great outdoors in it as well. Thanks for reading and if you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask. I've included the stats sticker and floor-plan with the pictures. Happy camping!!! 🌲🌄🐶😎
An inverter generator, clean sheets/bedding and cookware/kitchenware always come included free of charge. There's also several tools, a jack and things like tarps, bungee cords, extension cords, etc. And if you need things like camp chairs, hammocks or tents please ask. I've got a lot of that kind of thing I can usually provide upon request. Also, please see 'Add-ons' for rental rates on a mountain bike, kayak or paddle-board. Anything you don't need I'm happy to remove prior to the booking to free up space for things of your own that you prefer to use. Many have asked but no... the dog is still not included. Although I may be able to round up a nephew or two to throw in. Lol.
Other things to note
COVID-19: First, let's all keep each other safe. I'll do my part by practicing good cleaning procedures for all bookings. In return, please do not request a booking if you are, or have been in contact with someone who is, infected with coronavirus or are experiencing symptoms potentially related. However, I have recently heard of medical personnel at risk of exposure who have been buying or renting campers to use as temporary lodging and/or transitional decontamination areas to keep their families safe. If you are such a medical professional looking for a long-term rental I have discounts set for longer bookings already, but would also be happy to consider even better rates as a way to show appreciation and help our front-line medical heroes during this difficult time. Thank you.