3 Bears Camping presents its 2021 Coleman Lantern "Cabin on Wheels"

5(3)
TrailerVirginia Beach, VA
Sleeps 521 ftYear 2021
100 miles/day freeGood for couplesGood for Families or Groups

Meet your host, 3 Bears Camping

Member since 2021

3 Bears Camping was formed in early 2021, based upon a brand new 2021 Coleman Lantern 17B camper. We have a very strong focus on customer service, and providing guests with what they need. We only offer delivery of our camper, where we go to their site, setup and camper include leveling it, hooking up all utilities and even adjust the internal temp. The camper comes completely ready to stay in, including bedding, pillows, towels, cookware, utensils and cleaning supplies. All guests need to bring are their clothing and food/beverages.


TrailerRental #205992

Brand new 2021 Coleman Bunkhouse with a ton of features for your family vacation! All the amenities in a 21.5 foot trailer that weighs under 4000 pounds, allowing for more travel locations, or locations that have some awesome smaller spaces available.

  • Sleeps: 5 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 27 gallons
  • Gray water: 28 gallons
  • Black water: 28 gallons


Owner rules

  • Pets not allowed
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating not allowed
  • No smoking

Rates

  • Daily$99.28 /night
  • Weekly$100.08 /night-0.8% discount
  • Monthly$96.33 /night2.9% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
$750.00
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Policies

Cancellation policy moderate
  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If canceled more than 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 75% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If canceled within 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 50% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
Mileage
100 miles free per day You will be charged $0.35 for every mile over per day.

Owner fees

  • This is the charges for delivery and return, separate for tracking purposes.


Gross weight 3,850 lbs

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Enhance your trip

  • These are the fees we are charged for bringing the camper across the bridge tunnel. .

  • Includes 4 camp chairs, 2 pie irons, 6 marshmallow skewers, and a fire popcorn popper.

  • Includes 22 inch Blackstone griddle, outdoor gas stove, and prep table,


Availability

This rental has a 2 night minimum.
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3 Bears Camping presents its 2021 Coleman Lantern "Cabin on Wheels"

Reviews

(5)

Adam C.

5July 2021

Squeaky clean and well organized. Jeff is very easy to communicate with and had camper fully setup upon arrival. Highly recommend.

Debbi G.

5May 2021

What an amazing vacation! Jeff was wonderful and patient as he walked my husband through the set-up process. The trailer was nicely decorated and perfect for the two of us. A unexpected bonus was how comfortable the bed and pillows were. Would definitely rent from Jeff again.

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Jory E.

5May 2021

This was my first experience using this service. Jeff was terrific and ensured we were comfortable with all the features the RV offered. The RV was great! Pictures don't do it justice. He has spent a great deal of time making this a very enjoyable RV. A tremendous experience and I hope to "borrow" this RV again in the future.


Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.How do the electric, water and sewage hook up work while setting up at the campground?
A.
We will be providing the setup for you at the campground. We will also explain how it works though, so that you can understand what to watch for should a problem arise. We will also go through campground etiquette regarding these items, and safety related training in regards to these items.

Q.Should I disconnect the power to the camper in a thunderstorm?
A.
If a thunderstorm is approaching, its wise to first turn the circuit breaker off on the pedestal, then pull the power cord from the plug. In a campground, all of the campers are attached to the same electrical network, which if hit even indirectly can cause enormous damage to equipment. The camper will then go to its battery power for lighting. The Heating and AC will no longer function, but you will be safe from large electrical surges.

Q.Is a trailer safe in a tornado?
A.
Sounds like a silly question, but every year people at campgrounds chose to stay inside a camper during extreme storms. Should a tornado warning occur, immediately head for the nearest shelter such as a concrete restroom, or other well reinforced structure.

Q.What are the beds in this trailer rated for weight wise?
A.
Each of the bunk beds are certified for up to 300 lbs each. The dinette is also designed for 300 lbs, but that is also distributed weight. A The Queen bed is rated for about 500 lbs. As a side note, if you have children or teens it is important for them not to jump on any of the beds. These are all wooden frame structures, with no spring base underneath. Intentional jumping will result in damage to the trailer, and possible injury.



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