Couples & Pet Vacation Trailer!
Couples & Pet Vacation Trailer!
- 2014 Coachman, Clipper
- Travel Trailer
- Sleeps 2
- Length 16 ft.
Full bed for the humans, toilet, shower & tub, microwave, sun awning. Everything you need to have an excellent camping experience!
Weight is 2694, I have towed it with a mini van and currently I tow it with a Ford Explorer.
- Minimum Age: 25
- Pet Friendly: Yes
- Wheelchair Accessible: No
- Smoking Allowed: No
- Delivery: No
- Pick Up Anytime After: 3:00 PM
- Drop Off By: 3:00 PM
- Cruise Control: No
- Power Steering: No
- Fresh Water Tank: Yes
|Roof Air Conditioning||Microwave|
|AM/FM Radio||Hot & Cold Water Supply|
- $100.00 / nightly
- $700.00 / weekly
- $2,500.00 / monthly
- Minimum Nights: 7
- Tax: 5.30%
- Refundable damage deposit: $1,500.00
- Trailer Systems Training Fee: $35.00
- Insurance: $9.95/day (sales tax not included)
- Advanced Notice: at least 2 nights notice (contact owner for more immediate reservations)
- Maximum Trip Length: 365 nights (contact owner for longer reservations)
You will pick up the trailer and get training from me at a local campground. It is best that you are trained at an actual campsite with hook ups versus me just talking. Hands on is the best way to learn. The $35 is the campground fee.
You need to supply your own linens, pillows/towels or sleeping bags.
Please return the trailer how you received the trailer, interior and exterior. Work towels and cleaning supplies are in the trailer for your use. Please treat my little home away from home like your own! Any additional cleaning fees will be deducted from your deposit.
Because Most of My Customers are Pulling a Trailer for the First Time:
I recommend pull through campsites only. Pull through campsites make it easy to park and avoid damage to the trailer. Pull through campsites are identified on websites or you can request them when you call to make your reservations. Find another campground if the pull through sights are booked. You would think a shorter trailer is easier to back up then a longer one, right? I have not found that to be the case so avoid backing up as much as you can.
Tight circles can bend the axle which causes multiple flat tires and replacement of the axle. Avoid situations that demand tight turns and multiple adjustments. Big wide turns.
Only booking full service campsites. This means water electricity and sewer. Find another campground if full service is sold out.
Watch your vehicle speed and weight of the trailer, do not load heavy items in the trailer. Do not travel with anything in the tanks. This is a single axle trailer (2 tires only) which makes it light so a minivan can pull it but at the same time it makes it deliate. Higher speeds and high temperatures equal expanding air and provide a good combination for tires to blow out. In addition, about the weight, don't travel with any tanks full, ever. All tanks must be dumped before you travel. Keeping this trailer light is why you can pull it with a V6/Minivan. Black, Grey and Fresh Water all must be empty before you travel. You will have three tires in great shape at the beginning of your trip. Any additional tires will be paid for by the renter and trailer must be returned with 3 good tires.
I pull this trailer with a V6, 2002 Ford Explorer and when we go through the CO mountains I am in second gear going about 25 MPH.
No generators are allowed to be hooked up to the trailer at any time. Only electrical from a campsite that is the appropriate voltage (pretty sure it is 20 AMPs).
No smoking inside or climbing on the roof.
Small but roomy, tons of storage, lightweight, good for couples or single person. The AC and heater are very, very effective. The owner is very nice, made sure we had everything we needed and provided some ammentites and communicates well.