This is a 2017 Keystone Cougar 29RKSWE. It has been extremely enjoyable for my wife and me! It has an electric power jack and bright LED lights for night hookup, and light weight aluminum steps for easy setup. It has a slide out storage in the rear for extra chairs, coolers etc. It also has a convenient flush system for the black water tank for easy cleaning. It has one big slide-out for living space and a single smaller slide-out for the master bedroom and King sized bed. It has air conditioning, and a furnace to keep you comfortable. It also comes with frameless tinted windows to help keep the heat of summer out, along with a large power awning to keep you in the shade during the day including LED lighting above and lights under the steps for your night comfort and safety. Inside it has two very comfortable leather recliners and a very comfortable leather couch that makes out into a double bed along with the kitchen table area which makes out to another sleeping space. A large master bedroom with a King sized bed, and an equally large comfortable bathroom that enters either from the hallway or master bedroom. A porcelain toilet, a large shower, and lots of storage for bathroom items. It also includes an outside shower, It has a nice kitchen including refrigerator/freezer, microwave, a 21" oven, two large stainless steel sinks, and lots of pantry space. Flat screen TV with CD and DVD, it also has speakers outside so you can enjoy music/radio while lounging around the campsite. Fridge and freezer can run on either propane or electric, so you can keep your food cool while traveling. Plenty of storage, and sleeps up to 6 people. It has a dry weight of approximately 7020 lbs. Hitch weight is about 840 lbs. It has both satellite hookup and a solar panel hook up for keeping the battery charged for dry camping. We will only rent to those who will treat it as if it were their own.
- I provide some freshly cleaned linens for the master bed and other blankets and pillows ( you may want to plan on your own bedding)
- Bath towels, hand soap, kitchen soap and kitchen towels.
- Queen size memory foam over the King size mattress. (we bought the wrong size memory foam)
- Some basic cleaning supplies and chemicals.
- RV Toilet Paper.
- Chemicals for the Toilet black tank.
- Toaster, Dishes, basic pots, pans, and cooking utensils. etc. (I only ask you clean them if you use them)
- Small battery operated chargeable Vacuum in the trailer.
- Spare fuses in case something blows out.
- I also have an outdoor mat which you can use just outside the trailer and for lounging.
- All necessary hoses and attachments for emptying both the black and gray tanks
- Tools for lowering the trailer stabilizers and leveling blocks at the camp site. I'll explain how to use when you pick up.
- I'll have enough propane to last you through your whole trip. No additional propane charges
- Coax cable for hooking up television. (Only needed if staying at an RV park which offers cable television.)
- Water hose and regulators for hooking up the travel trailer to RV park water source.
- Extra hose for rinsing out black tank. (Again, I will show you how to use when you pick up)
Other things you will need:
- You will need a 2 5/16 ball and hitch for towing. If you don't have one, I have an equalizer hitch, and you are welcome to use it if you want.
- You will also need a powerful enough vehicle to safely tow it. It has a dry weight of 7020 lbs. It can be towed by most half ton vehicles.
- You will need a brake controller installed in your towing vehicle. Utah law says you should have this for any trailer being towed over 2000 lbs. The weight of the trailer is almost 4 times this, so for safety sake, you should have one. These aren't expensive. If you want to install one yourself, I have seen them at Walmart for as low as $20. If you want to go to an auto shop, they will probably charge you about $150 to install one. I have also heard Uhaul installs them for cheap. (about $70 depending on your vehicle)
I am easy to work with. Depending on the circumstance and my schedule, sometimes I'll even let you pick up the trailer the evening before so you can take it home and pack it up before going on your camping trip.