The Casita 17 Spirit Deluxe is a very popular camper that is manufactured near Dallas Texas since 1983. Roof A/C cools on the hottest day. Tall Inside height of 6' 3". The two beds can sleep three adults. Both beds make into tables so the kids can play games while the adults play cards. The power roof vent can be set to pull air out or blow air in. And the roof vent has a rain cover that keeps out rain if you leave it open, even during towing.
The floor is vinyl, not carpeting. So you don't need to worry about extra charges if you spill a coffee pot or the dog has an accident. And you know nothing is hiding in the carpet that you might be allergic to.
This Casita has a custom installed 24" LCD TV with a built-in DVD player so there are no pesky cables and just one remote. The TV hangs from an adjustable ceiling bracket. The standard Casita TV shelf has been removed so you can sit in the back corner under the TV. We bought this Casita from the original couple who picked it up at the factory, and it was well maintained.
We offer the Segway Ninebot electric scooter as an option. It stows right inside the big closet. Great for getting around big RV parks and trips to nearby stores. Has a 15 mile range and a 15 mph speed.
For off-the-grid glamping, we offer a quiet Yamaha ES 2000 generator that runs the roof air conditioner or the microwave oven.
(We have a three day minimum rental... sometimes the listing says 1 day. It takes two hours to prep the camper for you, an hour to get you trained and hooked up, and an hour for checkin, inspection, and cleaning after the return. )
We own two Casitas because a Casita is made of fiberglass, just like a sailboat. Unlike almost all other travel trailers, there are no roof seams to leak and no hiding places for mold. A Casita has a fiberglass shell with a layer of foam-backed carpet glued to the inside for insulation and sound proofing. The roof is fiberglass, the walls are fiberglass, the floor is fiberglass. The windows have rounded corners and thick gaskets to seal them to the fiberglass walls, just like a boat. There is no caulk to fail and leak. Casita walls have no empty spaces for mold to grow and no wood framing or hidden insulation to hold moisture. Almost every five year old travel trailer with 'stick and tin' construction has roof seams that leak and mold growing inside.