2016 Opus Folding Camper Gig Harbor, WA  2016 Opus Folding Camper Gig Harbor, WA  2016 Opus Folding Camper Gig Harbor, WA
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2016 Opus Folding Camper

Gig HarborWA


Opus is a revolutionary folding camper. It is ultra light and easy to tow, even with a small car. Don't be surprised by its small stature as it is strong, rugged and can carry boats, bikes, kayaks, anything. OPUS means freedom. Freedom to discover, the freedom to travel, the freedom to explore. Please check out the web site: http://www.opuscamper.us/ and this web site: http://www.followmyopus.com/ We require a 3 night minimum rental period. The OPUS@ comes as standard with a pressed steel coupling suitable for all standard 2' hitch ball fittings. You also need to be wired for brake lights, turn signals etc to work. ABOUT YOUR PLUG The OPUS® is fitted with a 7-pin plug that connects all the exterior trailer lighting as well as the connections that enable the RV battery of the OPUS® to be charged by your vehicle whilst in transit. This connection also allows the fridge to operate a cooling function whilst towing using the 12v socket in the cupboard directly underneath the fridge, which is wired directly to the 7-pin plug, bypassing the camper’s 12v electrical circuit. The Opus also has electric brakes that the connection powers. I can email you more explicit directions and the pictures...... If you want the following to be included with the Opus....we will include: TOOL BOX: 24 Orange bungees / jar level 2 pairs gloves 1 orange square Drill with long extension / and one for ‘by hand’ Extra battery (2 red batteries total) Grey water hose White hose with blue stripe Ext cord with prong adapter Stanley yellow & black tool box: Blue handled scissors 2 reg screw drivers Edge cutter 1 Philips Black zip ties black clamp & little ones 1 ball peen hammer 2 crescent wrenches 2 slip joint plyers allen wrenches 1 red loop bungee Grey water tank Propane tank INSIDE TRAILER: Stool 3 baskets Flannel sheets for each bed Eddie Bauer light Black Diamond light Goal Zero light x 2 with ext to 12V 2 12V extension cords Dust pan with sweeper Purple hook & loop spool Nature Power solar panel with long plug ext. cord 10 adapters & extra short cord in bag Goal Zero solar charger for phones and other accessories 2 Stumptown coffee mugs 4 metal multi colored drinking cups 3 large bowls (2 green, 1 blue) Cleaning supplies: soap scraper, yellow rag, sponge Hot pad Sea to Summit collapsible kettle Band-Aids Deck of cards Scissors Ext. cord Clicker lighter Bottle opener Plastic container w 6 knives, folks, spoons; 2 little cocktail knives / spoons Dish drainer Plastic container w: 4 gr plates & 2 blue bowls Red knife, blue knife 2 plastic wine glasses 4 gr bowls, 2 blue bowls 1 plastic mat for outdoors Papertowels, Kleenex Table leg Refrigerator thermometer Microwave w ext. cord Containers of: Clorox Glass Wipes & 7th Generation disinfecting wipes GSI kitchen bag: cutting board orange cloth 2 bottles S & P Spoon, spatula scrubber x 2 baster Black holder with hot pad mitt Spatula Tongs Small skillet 7” across Big pot: 6 ¼” across x 3 ¾” high Smaller pot: 5 ½” across x 3” high Small pan: 6 ¾” across x 2” high Blue collapsible strainer (fits in sink)
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JoLee Ford
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Response time: within an hour


Make: Opus
Model: Folding Camper
Type: Trailer
Sleeps: 4
Length: 14 Feet


Air Conditioner
Dining Table
Kitchen Sink
Inside Shower
Outside Shower
Ceiling Fan
Tow Hitch
Bike Rack
Backup Camera
Extra Storage
Leveling Jacks
CD Player
Audio Inputs
Handicap Accessible


Pet Friendly
Festival Friendly
Smoking Allowed
Please: no smoking inside trailer. Also, no pets without prior approval. With children: no climbing on trailer, please!


Daily: $150
Weekly: $875
Monthly: $3,580
Minimum Nights: 4


3 Reviews

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Reviewed on Aug 8th

Not sure why, but I couldn't get the main electrical turned on. The Owners tried to assist remotely, but I couldn't figure it out. It wasn't a problem after the first day. They were awesome owners: I could not transport the camper for several reasons - including a hairpin turn - and they went...

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Reviewed on Jul 31st

My brother and I had a great time with the Opus! JoLee and Dennis gave us great instructions on how to use it and JoLee was always communicative and answered all of my questions. The Opus is easy to use and set up, very intuitive and innovative. Thanks JoLee for helping us to make our camping trip...

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Reviewed on Jul 21st

JoLee and Dennis were great, and The Opus is fantastic! Pickup was easy, and JoLee and Dennis took plenty of time to teach us how to set it up and break it down. Camping in The Opus is wonderful. It was great to have the choice of cooking and eating indoors if we wanted. We had 4 adults, and we...