Are you ready to have a lot of fun glamping on the Oregon or Washington coast? How about the Columbia River Gorge or around Mt Hood? The sky is the limit, really. Impress your family and friends by picking them up in this rig. Wow, this motorhome is in good shape with under 15,000 miles. You won't believe it until you see it! You're going to have a lot of fun with this thing. It takes minimal setup so you can get into the woods and adventure/relax quickly. Use it as a jumping off point for a backpack or tow a boat behind it or both! It has about a 5000 pound towing capacity and a V10 to take you up steep hills with a load.
The factory says it sleeps 7, and that's true if some of you are kids or tweens who are friendly. It seats 10 with nobody having to sit on the one permanent bed. It has a private queen bed in back with two small closets for your gear and hanging clothes. The couch folds into a bed and so does the dinette, but both of those are a little short. There's an entertainment center above the cab with a tall bed for one that pulls out right beside it. The couch and two captains chairs have the only seatbelts, so I wouldn't plan to bring more than 5 in the RV with you while you're driving. It sleeps 5 adults comfortably, in my opinion. I like to spread out and I want you to be able to also. Speaking of spreading out, this RV has a lot of storage space for a Class C and it also has a lot of gear in it that you would want/need for a good camping experience. My family and I try to avoid harmful chemicals too, so we use a lot Seventh Generation brand stuff and organic herbs, oils, etc. The cookware is stainless steel and cast iron too.
There's a new 4K TV and 4K Xbox One S in the bedroom for the rainy days (ultra-high definition Netflix anyone?). The stereo has speakers in the front and back with an auxiliary input and a CD player, as well as a USB port for your flash drive, so bring tunes or plug in your phone/MP3 player! That's assuming you have an electric hookup, of course. It has a separate shower and toilet and the bathroom door closes against the rest of the RV isolating the queen bedroom and bathroom from the rest of the coach right at the border to the kitchen for some privacy for dressing and "activities." Speaking of the kitchen it has a pretty big refrigerator and 4 ice trays, including two of the jumbo ice cube trays. It comes with stoneware service for 8 and quite a few kitchen gadgets including a french press, a pressure/slow cooker combo (Instapot), and a blender/food processor combo (Oster). Like I said before, its glamping, not camping.
There's a screen door and 4 skylights, two with fans. The heater and air conditioner are big and work well, especially if you cover up the skylights/fans with the insulation that I provide. This becomes absolutely necessary only at more extreme temperatures, though unless you're camping in the wilderness with no hookups. The fridge runs on electricity or propane, as do the stove and furnace. There's also a 4 kilowatt Onan generator to charge the two auxiliary batteries. There aren't a lot of plugs in the RV, but there are extension cords and power strips. There's also a surge protector into the whole RV from the electric hookups and adapters from 30 Amp to either 15 or 50. There's a well-stocked toolbox if you need to make any repairs on the go but you also have 24 hour roadside assistance with the rental. Some of the storage doors outside the RV have sticky locks, but all you have to do generally is press in around the keyhole before locking or unlocking to unstick them. There's room in the back bottom storage for some luggage if its big, but I recommend small bags to make storage in the RV possible for your convenience.