Rosefinch: 2018 K-Z 191 Escape Bunkhouse

5(11)
TrailerLake Forest Park, WA
Sleeps 519 ftYear 2018

Meet your host, Tyler

Member since 2021

I've always camped, but as our family grew, we found it easier for us all to get out camping more often if we have a good camper. Our family of four (two adults, two kids under 12) enjoys exploring state parks in Washington and Oregon, as well as an occasional longer journey. We really enjoy Winthrop in the spring, ocean beaches in the summer, Lake Wenatchee in the early fall, and parks around Puget Sound in the winter. Our first trip in our current camper was to see the 2017 Eclipse as it passed through Madras, Oregon.


TrailerRental #219766

Easy family camping in a bunkhouse trailer. Super clean and well-maintained. Step up from a tent with a slide-out dinette and a generous fridge. Adults can sleep in a queen bed, kids can use the bunk. A small child can fit on the converted dinette bed. Fully equipped with heater, a/c, 2-burner stove, microwave, sink, bathroom with shower and vanity, power awning with outdoor lights and speakers. Lots of storage in front lockers. Easy towing with an SUV; weight-distribution hitch provided upon request. Fast set-up. Take it out for a quick weekend trip, or set up basecamp for a longer adventure. Pets welcome for a fee plus deposit. 2021 bookings only at this time.

  • Sleeps: 5 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 20 gallons
  • Gray water: 32 gallons
  • Black water: 32 gallons


Owner rules

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

Rates

  • Daily$131.00 /night
  • Weekly$129.13 /night1.4% discount
  • Monthly$120.71 /night7.8% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
$500.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Mileage
Free unlimited use

Gross weight 4,000 lbs

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Enhance your trip

  • Up to 2 adult or 3 child bikes

  • Optional dual-fuel generator

  • Additional fee and deposit - up to $150 refundable


Availability

This rental has a 2 night minimum.
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Rosefinch: 2018 K-Z 191 Escape Bunkhouse


About this RV

Cleanliness

4.9

Maintenance

4.9

Value

5

Listing Accuracy

5

About the host

Communication

5
More about Tyler

Caleb K.

5September 2021

Tyler is great to work with and his trailer was perfect.

Lauren G.

5August 2021

Everything was exactly what we were expecting. Tyler was amazing at communication and showed us how to use everything. Together with his written instructions we were confident on what we needed to do to drive and get setup at the campground. We absolutely loved our time and will be renting again in the future.

1 Photo submitted by Lauren G.

Staci T.

5August 2021

Tyler was very detailed and helpful. We were first time trailer users and he made the experience that much better! Made us feel more confident and informed us of everything we would need to know/do.

Tim N.

5July 2021

Super 19’ trailer, clean and well appointed. Tyler is great to work with

Brynna R.

5July 2021

A wonderful experience from start to finish. Smooth pick up and return, well stocked and comfortable! Thank you Tyler!

Brittany G.

5July 2021


Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
A.
That depends on other bookings, but in most cases I can be very flexible with timing on your selected pick-up and drop-off dates.

Q.What kind of towing set-up do I need?
A.
Your vehicle will need to have a tow rating of at least 4500 pounds. You will need a hitch with a two inch ball at a height of 23 inches. Extremely low hitches will result in sagging and scraping. I have a couple hitches to loan, but I can't guarantee they will match your needs. You will need a brake controller connected to a 7-pin socket. Most brake controllers need to be wired in, so check your vehicle manual. Some have had good experiences with new wireless controllers, which also work.

Q.How do the electric, water and sewage hook up work while setting up at the campground?
A.
The first step is to get a site with those hook-ups; not all have them. Many sites have electricity and water, plus a separate place to dump the tanks when you leave. Electric hook-up is easy: use the provided 30 foot cable and plug right into a 30 amp outlet (dryer plug) or use the adapter to plug into a regular outlet. Water hook up is easy too: connect the provided drinking water hose to the site's water supply and to the inlet on the trailer. See manual for info on holding tanks.


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