2015 Forest River Georgetown 32ft
2015 Forest River Georgetown 32ft
This is a 2017 Gulfstream Conquest RV. It's the perfect size for a small family at just 24 ft. Very easy to drive for even the most inexperienced RV drivers due to its size. It will sleep 6 comfortably and possibly more if you have smaller children. Bed Linens are provided upon request. There are all the comforts of home including tv, gas range, stove, fridge/freezer combo, full bathroom, working ac and stocked with dishes and cookware (to be used on the RV Stove only!) for 6 people. The outside is equipped with outdoor speakers and AC outlets. We have a outside grill but the cookware is not for outside fire pits, etc.
No Smoking in RV.
Cleaning fee is required to insure that the RV is preped and clean for each guest
Deposits will be forfeited for smoking in the RV
Bike rack is available. Carries up to four bikes on the back of the RV
A $50 fee will be deducted from your deposit if you do not dump and flush the black/gray water tanks.
Four outdoor chairs are available.
Bill was great very helpful.
1 Photo submitted by Matthew S.
We had a wonderful trip with the RV that Bill provided for us. Couldn’t have asked for better people to rent from.
Bill was easy to work with, very informative and helpful.
Bill was awesome to work with and very responsive! They were down to earth, it was an easy process to pick up and drop off. Bill spent an hour with us walking through everything. The RV came just as described and was very easy to drive (we were first time RV drivers). We recommend anyone to book with them, we will definitely be return customers!
2 Photos submitted by Kasin B.
Bill was most accommodating and very easy to work with through our experience. He did a thorough orientation with us about the RV and was readily available through the Outdoorsy app. The RV handled well and was practical for visiting smaller towns and country roads. Great trip!
First of all the Overview is fraudulent. First sentence reads," This is a brand new 2017 Gulfstream." FALSE. The Gulfstream has 55,000 + miles and is far from brand new. The day we were supposed to receive the RV at 9:00 a.m., Bill called to tell me that upon leaving with the RV, he had torn off the awning. We had to wait for him to remove the awning and patch the holes. No credit for the lack of awning although we were destined to Phoenix, AZ. When Bill arrived a few hours later, the propane light was not on. My wife is a diabetic and the refrigerator was a necessity. Bill could not figure out the problem, so went somewhere and was told it was a bad battery. He did replace the battery and the refrigerator worked the rest of the day. Why was this not checked beforehand. So after an abbreviated lesson, we were on our way about 5 hours late. Before we left, we were told that the shower was basically unusable for its purpose. This RV can NOT hold 6 people. It was my wife, myself, and two dogs. We immediately converted the table in the middle of the RV into a supposed bed for the dogs. This "bed" should not be classified as a bed. The cushions continually fell off and could only be used by the dogs, who are used to a hard floor. My wife and I had no experience with an RV. We continually wondered why there was no hot water. Finally, ten days into the trip Bill authorized us to have a mobile repair service come to our site. Turns out, the person Bill last retained to work on the water heater "winterized" it, basically shutting down the hot water heater. Also, Bill had the repairman do something on the roof to stop a leak. Very important, my wife and I had brought along numerous cd's to listen to during our travels. The first time I tried a cd, it got stuck in the player and would not work. The same water heater repairman removed the cd. When I asked Bill how to work the cd player, he said he did not know. 90% no audio for the whole trip. Also, during the trip, an important, large storage drawer just fell apart. Unusable. We paid over $4,000 for this 30 day odyssey.
Gerald lets review the facts starting bottom up. You are correct that I did not refund any money for you returning the RV early. This is stated in the rental agreement that anything 14 days prior is non refundable. However, in addition to the contract, I gave you a great deal on the RV. A normal month's rental is around $3500. I only charged you $2900 for the month, a discount of $600. I also waived the delivery fee ($100) and the black water cleaning fee ($25). So you had over $700 in discounts prior to you even starting the trip. On top of that, I even had Outdoorsy change your rental dates from March 1 to February 29, so you could start a day early due to leap year. This was done at no extra cost.