This RV has been great for our family. I believe it says it sleeps 10, but it really sleeps 8 comfortably. We love how the kids can play in the bunk house area, or watch TV and play games back there on a rainy day, and we can close the door and have a little separation while cooking in the kitchen or watching our own movie in the living room area.
Have enjoyed camping even in the winter after winterizing and just dry camping. The electric fireplace puts out enough heat when it gets down into the 30s at night. When it gets colder, the furnace does a great job of keeping you toasty. I camped in December (2022) and it got down to 12F at night, but I woke up hot in the night and had to turn the furnace down.
I know some people don't use their mircowaves when they camp, but we use ours from time to time and I'm glad it's there. We have also used our oven on occasion. Overall the kitchen is great, and we love the single sink and are glad the sink in this model isn't split.
The powered stabilizing jacks, toung jack, and awning are great, and we love the outlet and the mounting bracket for the tv that came on the outside of the trailer. Nothing beats sitting out watching a college football game or a movie on a nice fall night after hiking and exploring all day.
We love the outdoor kitchen and make good use of it, cooking outside in just about all seasons, though I do prefer cooking inside when it is really cold out.
The outdoor shower has been great as well, it's nice to be able to rinse off after being down at the beach or to be able to clean up muddy kids/shoes/etc.
In my opinion, the best camping is camping somewhere with full hookups, allowing us full use of the sinks and shower (to me the best part about having a travel trailer/rv is having AC in the summer and being able to shower in your own bathroom every day while you are camping), but we ended up getting an external Rhino holding tank which allows us to have the same experience even if we aren't on full hookups, as long as there is a dump station in the park we just empty into the Rhino and then tow that behind the SUV to the dump station.
On the subject of the shower, I am over 6 feet tall and this unit has a great shower with a sky light and I can take a nice hot shower without having to bend over. I also love the actual sliding shower door as opposed to a shower curtain.
The RV has tons of storage inside and underneath the master bedroom in the pass through cargo bay.
We've only had minor issues with the trailer, most things you would expect from a home on wheels bouncing along down the highway, and when we needed to submit something under the warranty (we had an issue with the kitchen table top), they replaced it without issue.
We love the LED strips on the front and under the awning, and the lighted cargo bay.
The trailer is wired for a second AC unit above the master bed, but we have not yet had the need to add it. If we lived in Houston or Florida we probably would.
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