Stockton Lake's only Toy Hauler!

Toy HaulerGreenfield, MO
Sleeps 737 ftYear 2020
125 miles/day freeGenerator included

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Member since 2021

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Toy HaulerRental #218386

Hello fellow Campers!

  • Sleeps: 7 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 100 gallons
  • Gray water: 50 gallons
  • Black water: 50 gallons


Owner rules

  • Pet friendly
  • Music festival friendly
  • Tailgating friendly
  • No smoking

Rates

  • Daily$120.00 /night
  • Weekly$102.00 /night15% discount
  • Monthly$75.60 /night37% discount
Minimum stay
1 night
Refundable security deposit
$500.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Policies

Mileage
125 miles free per day You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.
Generator usage
4 free generator hours per day If you exceed the included hours you will be charged $3.00 per hour.

Gross weight 14,000 lbs

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Enhance your trip

  • Fresh Water Tanks will be full at start of rental for Dry Camping.

  • Service Fee for Refilling Generator Gas Tank, plus cost of fuel

  • Internet Box for WiFi during your trip.


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Stockton Lake's only Toy Hauler!


Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
A.
We want to work with you on your trip. If you have any special requests for pickup and dropoff time differences from the listing please just shoot us a note so that we can work with you to make your trip happen the way you need.

Q.What are the electrical requirements of your RV?
A.
If the outdoor temperature is going to be above 80 degrees the unit needs a 50 amp hookup to feed the dual air conditioners. If your campsite is in the shade you may only need one AC unit to keep it cool and comfy. The unit can be plugged into a 30 amp space but only one AC unit can be run at a time when doing this. During the winter 30 amps is plenty as the main furnace runs on the onboard propane tanks, and 30 amps is plenty to feed the fireplace in the living room for those extra cold nights.

Q.What are the requirements if I want to use my own generator?
A.
In the summertime you will need a generator that is minimum 5500 Watts to run both of the AC units on the camper. For winter camping, a 4500 Watt generator should suffice. You will need to ensure that your generator has a 50 Amp RV Outlet on it, or a 30 Amp RV outlet plus a NON GFI 20 Amp regular household outlet. I do not have twist lock cables available so please keep in mind that you may need an additional adapter if your generator has twist lock outlets.


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