This is a great fifth-wheel RV. It has been barely used since it was new and it shows. Everything works like a charm. Three slide-outs make this RV into a small house, hence the name... La Casita has tons of storage space, so bring anything and everything you need to make your stay comfortable (UPS shipping is cheap)
La Casita sleeps 4 plus two kids. The master bed is a queen size (we plan on buying a new pillow-top mattress next week) and the fold-out couch is a full size. If you have little ones, the dining table turns into a kids bed. She has two nice recliner chairs and a desk if work calls (turn off your cell phone and let them know you are going to be in the wilderness)
To tow La Casita, you will need a truck capable of towing 10,100 pounds. This is a very large fifth-wheel and you need a 3/4 or one-ton truck, preferably with a diesel engine. If you are towing it, let us know the year make, model and engine and if it is 2 or 4 wheel drive and we will let you know if it is suitable to tow La Casita.
If you need to rent a tow vehicle, contact us for options. email@example.com
If you want us to deliver it to your rented campsite and set it up/tear it down/pick it up, that is an option. If you need it delivered over 100 miles, let us know, since we only have options for less than 100 miles.
The awning needs new fabric, as you can see, it has sun damage. It still works great though. Fabric is on order through Amazon, so it may have a new awning by the time you rent this.
We have it stocked with everything you will need. Included is all the dishes and cooking implements you would ever need, linens including extra sheets, towels and wash cloths, RV toilet paper, paper towels, coffee maker, blender, bissel vac, a box of cheap Chinese-made tools from Harbor Freight including sockets, wrenches, pliers, etc., chocks, levelers, water hoses, 100 foot extension cord, hand cleaner, tank smell-good, awning tie downs, and more. Bring your toothbrushes and plan on stopping by Walmart to stock up on food. Anything you don't want to bring back via UPS or carry-on, leave it behind and we just might use it ourselves. You can even leave the 420, since you can't fly with that ;)
There are two TVs, one flat screen in the master and a large tube TV in the living area. I need to mount the flat screen, but until then it travels face-down on the bed. There is a built-in sound system so bring your CDs.
This RV does not have a built-in generator, so it is not suitable for boondocking, unless you decide to rent our 1000-watt Harbor Freight portable generator. Note that this will not run the ACs, but it will run everything else (not at the same time). You do not really need AC in the mountains except for maybe the end of August. If you are in town though, plan on hooking up to shore power in the summer and book early since the parks usually stay booked from late spring until the end of summer.
Don't worry about cleaning anything or dumping tanks, etc. You are on vacation and you should be relaxing, and not working. We will clean up after you, so don't stress it.
We buy propane directly from the local refinery, so we only charge 50 cents per pound of propane consumed. We will weigh your tanks on the way out and subtract the weight on the way in. If you refill, we will credit you the difference in cash.
She is equipped with manual jacks in the back and auto-jacks in the front, so you do not wake your bunk-mates at night when you get up to go to the head.
Please smoke outside-only. This includes 420. $200 charge or more will be assessed if it smells like nicotine or pot. Pot-brownies are fine though, just make sure you leave a few for us to try out.
For winter time, Denver Meadows RV Park stays open year-round. Call them for rates.