2019 Pleasant Valley T@B 320 S

  • Sleeps 2
  • Length 15ft
  • Year 2019
Waterford Twp, MI
8 reviews

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About this RV

This new, small, light weight camper is easy to tow with most any vehicle. It is beautifully designed for comfort and storage. With AC, heat, hot water, wet-bath, 3-way refrigerator, 2 burner stove, sink, and a fully equipped kitchen, it has everything you will need for an enjoyable camping experience. The bed is quite large, 70" X 72" however the inside height is 5'9" so very tall folks may feel a little cramped. That said, most folks are out doors most of the time.

What’s included?

You will need a trailer hitch with a 2"ball and a 7 prong wiring harness. If your harness is hardwired to your tow vehicle brakes, with brake controls installed on or near your dash board, then the trailer brakes will work off that. If not, I have a Bluetooth brake module available for rent. You must have one or the other.

The kitchen is fully stocked with dishes, flatware, cooking utensils and pots and pans. Bring your own paper products and equipment for cooking over a campfire if desired. The bed can be made up with 2 sets of twin sheets or king size set - bring your own sheets and bath and kitchen towels.

Recommendations

If you are new to towing, not to worry. We were all new once! You may wish to review some information ahead of time. I have included some Driving and Setup Tips and resources you might find helpful. This site would not take the links so you will have to search online - sorry.

1. Trailer sway or fishtailing can lead to the rollover of the trailer and tow vehicle, resulting in serious injury or death. Speeds over 55 mph, crosswinds, changing lanes, improper loading of trailer can all contribute to trailer sway.

Following are some resources to reduce trailer sway:

• Search for Carry-on Trailer web site then search for Trailer Sway

• U-Hall has an excellent video dramatizing the importance of proper loading: Search for Safe Trailering Demonstrator on U-Tube

2. You will need to have access to the brake system on the trailer. For this you will need a 7-prong wiring harness on your tow vehicle. If that wiring harness is hard wired to your tow vehicle brakes then it will engage the trailer brakes when you plug the trailer harness into the tow vehicle harness. If your 7-prong is not hardwired to your tow vehicle brakes you will need a Bluetooth brake module that works off your Smartphone. I have one that works very well and is available to rent if you do not have your own.

3. Other driving tips include:

• Make your turns wide.

• Anticipate stops to avoid sudden stops, it will take longer to stop when towing a trailer. NEVER use cruise control while towing.

• Downshift when going down-hill so as not to ride the brakes

Following is an excellent towing resource:

• Search for Carry-on Trailer web site then search for Safer Towing

4. Backing up the camper can be very challenging. The shorter the trailer and the fewer the axels, the more difficult the process becomes. The T@B is very short with only one axel. Please do not hesitate to ask for help if you are having trouble backing up. I have found most experienced campers are happy to help. The following resources may be of assistance in backing up.

• Search U-Tube for tutorials on backing up, there are several. How to back up a trailer like a pro - EASY TO LEARN TRICK!!!

Or just search How to Back up a trailer.

5. Look for a level area to park. Use boards that are provided to level side to side first. Then use hitch jack to level front to back. Lower stabilizing jacks only after camper is level. NEVER use stabilizing jacks to level or lift the camper, you will damage the body of the camper. Camper must be level for safe use of propane appliances and AC.

6. Orientation to T@B 320-S

https://youtu.be/cS10C2n8jrs

Other things to note

Outdoorsy recommends pickup after 3pm and return before 11am which kind of cuts into vacation time at both ends of your trip. I prefer to rent in 24 hour increments, for example, if pickup is at 10am then return would also be at 10am. A later return can be arranged with a charge of $7/hour for every hour over the return time as long as the camper is returned before dark. This way the first and last days of your trip can have some fun-time squeezed in.

Be sure to allow an hour orientation at pickup and about 15 min for checkout on return.

Please note, this camper is NOT equipped for off road camping. NuCamp makes a Boondock model with larger, wider wheels that sits higher off the ground but this is not it. Please be sure you have appropriate camp sites reserved for use with my T@B 320.

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RV details

2019 Pleasant Valley T@B 320 S

Length
15 feet
Sleeps
2
Year
2019
Water: 11 gallons
Gray water: 19 gallons
Sewage: 8 gallons
Propane: 30 lbs.

Amenities

Temperature control

Air conditioner
Heater
Ceiling fan

Kitchen

Refrigerator
Kitchen sink
Stove / range
Dining table

Bathroom

Inside shower
Toilet
Outside shower

Other features

TV / DVD
Leveling jacks
Audio inputs
Radio
Extra storage
CD player

Rules

No pets allowed
No festivals allowed
No smoking allowed

Policies

Cancellation policy Strict

  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If cancelled more than 14 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 25% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If cancelled at least 14 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 0% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded

Mileage

None included

Rates

Daily
$98.00 per night
Weekly
$89.00 per night
9.2% discount
Monthly
$79.00 per night
19.4% discount
Minimum stay
3 nights
Refundable security deposit
$500.00

Owner fees

cleaning fee
$60.00

covers cleaning inside and outside of camper and sanitizing fresh water tanks.


Optional add-ons

ECHO Bluetooth Brake system $50.00

Bluetooth brake module communicates through your smartphone. Not needed if your 7 prong wiring harness is hardwired to your tow vehicle's brakesr


Extended return time $7.00 each

Return camper at same time of day it was picked up (pickup at 10am, return at 10am). Pre-arrange to extend your return time for a charge of $7/hour. Must be returned before dark.


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8 Reviews

October 2020

Joanne was exceptional to rent from & we highly recommend her & her adorable trailer camper! We were first-time Outdoorsy users & Joanne helped us get through a rare technical glitch & an incomplete process (note: add’l drivers must go into their automatically created profile to get verified!). She responded quickly to questions & always followed up to “close the loop”. We were also first-time tr…

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Karen Schaefer
Renter

October 2020

Joanne was thorough and patient in explaining all the details of the trailer, which was important for a first-time trailer user.

John Ames
Renter

October 2020

Joanne was very helpful and informative and patient with us as newbies to trailering.

SL
Stephanie LaMonte
Renter

October 2020

The T@B was perfect. Joanne keeps it extremely clean...looked brand new. Very easy to tow and park. Everything you need for an adventure.

CM
Chris Martone
Renter

September 2020

Joanne was great to deal with. The camper was very clean and we enjoyed the weekend in it.

Martin Nowak
Renter

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