Happy litlle road warrior!
This little guy will sleep two adults comfortably and is perfect for a couple to hit the road and get away! Fits into the smallest campsites and tows super easy. Rear half pops up to standing height. Has solar, city water and A/C hookups. ...
- Year - 2020
- Manufacturer - Viking
- Make - Express Series
- Model - 9.0TD
- Class - Pop-up Camper
- Sleeps - 2
- Total Number of Beds - 1
- Fresh water tank - 16.0 gal
- Length - 13.0 ft
- Height - 8.0 ft
- Gross weight - 1,200.0 lbs
- Cargo weight - 50.0 lbs
- Dry weight - 1,080.0 lbs
- Trailer connector type - 7 blade round
- Trailer connecter adapter provided - No
- Trailer ball size - 2"
- Anti-sway provided - Yes
- Dual Battery - No
- Hitch provided - No
- Kitchen Sink
- Hot & Cold Water Supply
- In Dash Air Conditioning
- AM/FM Radio
- Fire Extinguisher
James was great to work with, very responsive! James did a great job of showing me how to operate the camper features. The camper has all the amenities you need, all the items you need are organized and clean! The camper itself is in great shape and has A/C, heat, a shower, an...
Rules & Policies
- Minimum renter age of 25
- No pets allowed
- No smoking allowed
- 2" ball with 18" top height from ground required
- Vehicle must have 1400LB tow capacity
- 10MPH limit on unpaved roads
- Print out two copies of Owner Rental Agreement for signatures at pickup \ dropoff
This great little trailer is perfect for tiny little camp spots. While it has a little fridge and A\C unit that can be powered by land power or generator, I understand not everyone wants this so they are optional.
I can deliver to the towing vehicle for a fee in the SLC \ Orem ...
Rates & Availability
$10.00/day (sales tax not included)
Standard insurance is included in your booking. You’ll have a chance to upgrade your insurance package after you’ve booked your trip.
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