Simplify, Simplify, Simplify. Pop-ups are a great way to camp, short or long term. Set up is quick and easy, and this Fleetwood has an automatic device to raise and lower the roof. No hand cranking! It can comfortably sleep 5, maybe 6 if you have small children. There is a KING size bed (see photo with the broom and the egg crate padding added), and on the opposite end there is a FULL size bed (see photo with the broom for perspective.) The twin size bed converts into a dining table, though I prefer to eat outdoors!
Other conveniences include a 3 burner stove which runs on propane. The small fridge will hold essentials like milk, bacon, eggs, and a six pack or two. There's plenty of storage space for dry goods as well. With a water hook up, you can wash dishes in the sink or rinse in the outdoor shower. For hot Texas days, the A/C keeps you nice and cool! There's a port-a-potty which you can easily empty at the park's dump station.
For fun and leisure, I've included camp chairs, a waterproof cushioned ground mat, and ladder golf. There are basic cooking supplies, plates, cups, cutlery, and dish towels. Additionally, I've provided a camp stove and converter hose which hooks up to the propane tank. I like to set up and cook outside under the trees! Additionally, I've got paddleboards that you can rent if you're headed lakeside! Just send me message for details.
When open, the camper measures 21 ft. 4 inches long.
Pick up time on weekdays is 4 pm. Weekends - more flexible.
Drop off time is no later than 5 pm any day.