Why sleep on the ground in the hot humid weather when you can sleep in a bed with air conditioning?
The Grey Wolf 26DBH has a slide out for an extra roomier interior.
From the rear to the front...you have a set of full size bunk beds. A rear restroom with toilet, shower, sink and its own door to the outside.
In the middle of the cabin is a second entry door from the outside into the full kitchen with large pantry, propane range, stove, fridge, freezer and sink. Along with a dinette table that converts into a queen size bed. There is also a 2 person couch that converts into a twin bed. The middle of the cabin is completed with a flat screen TV mounted on a faux rock wall, with CD / DVD player, cable ready hook ups, TV antenna, and AM/FM/BlueTooth radio.
The front of the rig is the master suite with private doors secluding you from the main cabin. It features a queen size bed, 2 end tables, 2 closets and space under the bed for clothes hamper, suitcases, etc.
The 26DBH is powered with 30 AMP shore power, 46 gallon fresh water tank, 38 gallon grey water tank and 28 gallon black water tank. If you ARE NOT camping at a full hook up site (water and sewer on camp site) I suggest you use water sparingly. There are also two 20 pound propane tanks to run the appliances, optional propane fire pit and optional outdoor grill.
With an overall length of 31.5', exterior height of 10.5', hitch weight of 750#, dry weight of 5700#, and a loaded weight of 7,000# this is easily towed by a half ton truck. The rear of the unit also has a fold down luggage / bike rack. If you can't tow the trailer, contact me about having it set up on your campsite for you. To name a few but not limited to; Caesars Creek, Cowan Lake, Winton Woods, East Fork and Hueston Woods.