Only 80K miles on this Winnebago 30 ft Class "C" - Onan generator, propane or electric fridge & freezer, 3 burner stove, oven, microwave, A/C, queen & overcab bed, fold out couch, living room slide out, new water heater and water pump, this RV is ready. See Monica's additional information below:
This is Monica!
The RV is pretty well equipped. Everything will be clean and in good repair (but used- for camping)
There is a standard coffee maker (round filters, not triangular). We keep it in the kitchen sink while we are driving, and pull it up onto the counter when we are stopped. We'll leave a few filters.
There is a camping sized propane grill - we'll provide some canisters, and you can get the small canisters if you need them at Walmart, etc.
There is a toaster, a salad spinner, crock pot, electric skillet, and plenty of dishes, silverware, pots and pans. Pretty much everything you would need, I think.
There will be dish soap and other cleaning products, but no shampoo or bar soap. No special brands of toilet paper necessary. There will be some, but if you need more, please use the cheapest brand you can find- usually Scott brand. You can also get it at an RV store, but it's more expensive there.
I think there are also some freshening pellets under the bathroom sink. If it is hot outside, sometimes the bathroom will get a little smelly since the holding tank is just underneath- especially when you're driving and things get "stirred up". You drop in a pellet, fill the bowl with water, and flush.
As far as linens, they are supplied. It would help me to know which of the beds you intend to use. I think the bed in the back is actually a full sized bed. There is the overhead space above the cap which is quite large- queen sized, but extra long. There are no sheets which are long enough, but I can lay sheets on top of it. Or sleeping bags can be used. We have used it for sleeping, on occasion, but we usually use it for storage.
There is a fair amount of storage under the RV also.
There is the jack knife sofa, it is somewhere between a twin and a double sized bed. If nobody will be needing the seat belts for driving, I add foam pads under a slip cover to make the seating more cushy. It also makes the bed more comfortable (especially for adults), but they are a bit cumbersome if you are putting the bed up and down every day. I'll show you when you get here, and you can let me know if you want them, or if I should pull them out.
And there is the dinette, which drops down into a bed, about the same size. If you let me know which of these you would like to use, I'll make sure to have sheets and blankets for you.
There are bath towels and dish towels and wash cloths. There are also a couple plastic table cloths for campground picnic tables.
We can leave a folding table also, if you would like. We keep it in the overhead, and then put it up outside near the RV for camping.
There is an electrical outlet on the outside, also.
We also have several of the tube style folding chairs.
There is a hitch on the back of the RV if you need it.
You are welcome to leave your car in our parking lot. I'll put a visitor tag on it, there is plenty of room and it will be safe there.
I'm excited for you- we have loved using the RV over the years! If you haven't used one before, one tip I have for you.
Make sure that EVERYTHING is secure before driving, because it Will go flying! (I speak from experience!) Let me know if you have any further questions. ~ Monica