2001 Fleetwood Tioga with 2-way Propane or Electric Fridge/Freezer

3.934 reviews
Class CSouth Bend, WA
6 guests
Sleeps 5
22 ft. long
Offers delivery

.......[Please note: Special Rates may apply automatically around Labor Day holiday when selecting dates.]..........
Schedule early training by phone. Standard pickup is 3pm and drop off at 11am. Or request custom times at or before booking.Equipment rentals, free parking (and overnight parking as well). Ask for more details.Easy to drive and park but still sleeps 4 to 5.Delivery available for a fee or
Pickup near Lynnwood 3pm (phone training in advance)
Drop off 11m (clean interior for return)
By Appointment Custom times available by request to meet flight needs etc.
These times help meet the needs of groups before/after your trip as well as the vehicle service needs or personal use by the owner. However flight times and other travel needs are common and I'm happy to try to help.Cleaning is not complimentary so please follow owner recommendations to help keep the rv clean and tidy up at the end of your trip.Refund Policy: early return or other unused days are non refundable ( Repairs must be authorized and if kept overnight will be refunded for each night. )What's includedPlease note some may prefer to use there own items which is why the rv is empty to start, so if you need a kit or any specific items please add it or request custom fill.RecommendationsWinter Trips nearby: Steven's Pass Nordic Center is a great place for hiking snow shoeing cross country ski and even down hill etc.
A comfy and fun way to roadtrip!
One way opportunities: Arizona, San Diego, Palm Springs, give you any ideas for a warm adventure?
Other things to notePlease indicate in your first messages your destination(s) and roughly how many miles you might travel so that Owner can help prepare the RV and you for what to expect. For example cold weather may require extra backup heater, hot weather: AC, generator, awning, fans etc. No hookup camping: an all or large Generator, inverter, propane refrigerator (not electric). And for longer trips owner may schedule more service prior to pickup up day or if more than 3k miles you may be asked to stop and have it serviced during trip, shorter trips may allow an oil change etc to wait until after your return.Please prepare to remove shoes at door, use slippers or bring extra socks, store dirty in a plastic bag (so dirt can remain near the door and dusty socks can be taken off before getting into bed). This will reduce sand and dirt spreading throughout.


2001 Fleetwood Tioga
  • Sleeps 5
  • 6 seatbelts
  • Fresh water: 36 gal
  • Fuel type: Gas
  • Fuel capacity: 37 gal
  • Automatic transmission


  • Toilet
  • Inside shower
  • Generator
  • Audio inputs
  • Radio
  • Oven
  • Stove
  • Microwave

Meet your host, Jeffrey

Member since 2017

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Rules and policies

  • Music festival friendly
  • Tailgating friendly
  • Not pet friendly
  • No smoking
  • Mileage: 100 free miles / day
  • 1 generator hour / day
Take gas gauge photos on level ground or in exactly the same parking spot pickup & drop off. The gauge is affected by sloped street. Allow owner to be closely involved in any repair or to help resolve issues rather than doing it yourself. It could prevent damage, loss of time and may be much easier!
24/7 roadside assistance
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Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

Airport DELIVERY ONLY on start day (see also "drop off") (specify SEATAC?)
(Specify SEATAC or new Paine Field) $64 is one way $128 is both ways (additional after hour fee between 8pm-10am)
Airport DROP OFF ONLY on your return day
(Specify Seatac or new Paine Field) $64 is one way $128 is both ways (additional after hour fee between 8pm-10am)
Awning (training available and required for use)
Training and fee is required for any use of awning

Availability and rates


There’s a 1 night minimum stay

  • Weekly (7+ nights): 10% off nightly rate
  • Monthly (28+ nights): 20% off nightly rate
  • Security deposit: $500.00 (refundable)
2001 Fleetwood Tioga with 2-way Propane or Electric Fridge/Freezer




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Andre V.

September 20235

Excellent RV. Worked well.

Christopher C.

September 20225

We had an amazing trip in Jeff’s Tioga and would definitely rent from him again. Jeff was a fantastic host to work with. He responded seemingly instantly for any questions we had while we were on our trip and gave an excellent training ahead of time of all the systems on the vehicle. As first time RV renters this was invaluable.

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Alex J.

August 20225

RV wasn't fancy, but it was comfortable and as advertised! Jeffrey was very communicative and the rental was easy to coordinate. Would happily rent from him again.

Paul S.

August 20221

Jeffrey’s answer

I appreciate Pauls feedback given to me after they returned. They did not have any comments at pickup. This was the second time they rented from me. (Both still being rented) My advice for Paul is to browse options by age 10 years old or newer. My newest vehicle (the one Paul selected) is over 21 years old, the age of my vehicle with the lowest miles on it (35k) is 26yrs old! And for some it's simply not going to meet expectations no matter what I do. This is the case for Paul, they just need to rent much newer vehicles.

Nikhila K.

June 20224

We enjoyed camping in the RV for a couple of nights. It was comfortable and super useful to have an on-board fridge that ran on propane. I got a detailed walk through over the phone but as first time RV users difficult to imagine and retain everything that was said over the phone. Jeff was very responsive to messages and calls, however would definitely suggest to have some basic instructions with photos in the RV or small videos. These would have been more helpful.

Marguerite J.

February 20223

RV held together with duct tape.....loose doors, electrical tape over faucet, very smelly blanket on kitchen seat, lots of damage (cosmetic) to outside of vehicle, got a flat 3 miles from our final destination that took 24hrs to resolve.
Cut trip short ( without requesting refund...) just to get out of/away from the vehicle. Very disturbing experience as first time used RV rental. Certainly learned to stay away from such old/dated rigs and not trust website photo. False advertising, to say the least. We never should have accepted the vehicle, but we thought we could manage since key elements operational. We did not examine the tires closely enough. In retrospect, we believe we probably would have seen the poor condition if we had just looked more closely. So distracted with trying to make sure vehicle was drivable (since, again, it appeared to be falling apart....so much tape, so many dents, scratches, damage...). Essentials did work. We had heat, water, toilet, etc. On a scale of 1 to 10, 1 being worst and 10 being best, we would rate this experience a one.

Jeffrey’s answer

Last minute same day request in dead of winter no planning on customers part means no time to freshen after months of winter storage, limited time to test all functions and I warned them that terrible weather was not as much fun as people think it might be and blame me for a badly planned winter camping trip. The horrible week of below freezing temps before this cracked the windshield and I just returned a couple of days before this request from having a brand new windshield replaced, it was a good hour long test drive. No problems.
Ironically they complain about white duct tape covering damage but they also damaged it! A right rear tire flat most likely caused by running over the curb (a common mistake renters make with a dually) and continuing to drive on it resulted in shredding of the tire. Driving on a flat dually will heat it up wear off tread unevenly, melt and shred the tire even if brand new. In there defence it can be hard to tell you have a flat in the back but I can tell, it loses power and pulls a little to one side. I answered the phone without any delay and gave them a good option to drive it or have it towed just 3minutes away to a Tire center still open and fixed very quickly. They chose to keep driving it to the campground on a flat tire! causing it to tear a portion of the floor out (more duct tape needed until shop repair) causing an insurance claim instead of just a tire change. Not a single appliance or function was identified that they could not use. But an outdoorsy agent finally got them to admit they had a family emergency and that was the real reason this 2 night trip needed to end early. Being stuck at camp with a flat made it an urgent crisis of there own making when they wanted to leave but had trouble with a tow truck on a sunday. Refusing to have the tire repaired when they had easy access to do so sat meant that no tire shops were open on sun which I warned them about but since the camping trip was suppose to last until Monday I thought 2 days would be enough time to change a tire, it had been there preference to do it this way anyway.
They have roadside assistance, the delay was customers fault describing the vehicle wrong or the service or towing company not me. I spent many hours on the phone sat eve and all day sunday helping sort out that mess. The threats from customer that they were going to just leave it abandoned if I didn't fix the tire immediately did not help me to help them and is a violation of the contract for many reasons. When the service finally got a second tow service out with correct info it only took 20minutes to change the tire! That's not my fault. They took many hours to get back even though they didn't have any further trouble and it was only 1.5 hrs away. It was urgent they come back but took hours? And it was quite possible to enjoy the campsite without even worrying about the tire, I could easily talk the tow guy through the job by phone if customer had allowed me to handle it but they did not cooperate. As they mention all appliances worked so what was the problem here? Most likely terrible weather in Jan, poor planning, family emergency, poor customer choices dealing with a simple flat tire that created a panic and crisis. Even brand new tires can have a flat, I have to keep good records about tire condition so I am scratching my head what I would do differently for these folks besides just not rent to last minute people who don't seem to have a clue what they are doing. Its rare but I might say I wouldn't rent to them again. My RV has MORE damage and it wasn't worth the headache. Jeff

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South Bend, Washington

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