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Tom L

Georgia

Reviewed on 2020-04-18

RV reviewed2019 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley TAB 400 Boondock Edition

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4.6
Great quality. Easy to tow even with my Jeep. Fits everywhere. Can be a little snug inside. But it is only 15 ft long. Perfect for a weekend. Can be a little tight for longer. Fresh water tank a little small for boondocking.
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Tim Estes

Arizona

Reviewed on 2021-11-27

RV reviewed2019 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley Cirrus 820

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4.6
Love my Cirrus! Fits on a short bed truck but tons of storage, walking around room (I’m 6’2” so that matters). Full bath, bedroom area over the cab is fantastic. Froli bed system sleeps like you’re in a hotel!
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Jonathan Oviatt

South Dakota

Reviewed on 2021-03-11

RV reviewed2017 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley TAG Basic

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5.0
NuCamp TAG is a very high quality teardrop camper. My TAG is 3 years old but looks and feels new--still very solid and no repair/maintenance issues. I am selling the TAG so we can purchase a larger unit--either a NuCamp TAB or a larger trailer. The very light tongue weight and total weight make this camper extremely easy for one person to hook-up, tow, park, level, and move around. It fits easily in my garage for storage. The quality of the cabinets, tv/stereo/speakers, AC, Norcold refrigerator/freezer, stove, and interior/exterior finishes is very high and durable. I camped primarily in cool to very cold weather including several nights around 15-20 F. The unit heated easily with a small ceramic heater. Insulation of windows and walls is excellent both for heating/cooling and for sound. I followed the manufacturers recommendation to leave the fan vent and/or a window slightly open at night and experienced zero condensation issues. Day shades also serve as effective bug screens. My TAG worked well for dry-camping/boondocking. Even with freezer running, battery and single propane tank were sufficient. Stargazer front window is a real plus--fantastic shows on starry-nights and, once I was ready to sleep, just pull the blackout shades down and it is totally dark inside. Kitchen is tight but adequate--a big step up from tent camping but it is still an outdoor cooking experience. The main tradeoff with a small teardrop is inability to fully stand-up inside, minimal floor space when you use the queen mattress, and no toilet. I found it easy to get dressed inside either partially laying down or on my knees, but it is more "tent-like" than "RV-like". I preferred a twin mattress to a queen so that I had more floor area for the heater, a shoe/boot tray, etc. Even when the queen mattress covers the entire floor, there is a lot of storage inside (two large 2-door cabinets, 2 cubbies, storage area below and shelf across entire headboard, and really huge storage area under both floor panels that are easily accessed without removing the mattress) and storage in kitchen area. I packed a portable toilet in my truck bed but never used it as there are plenty of options in parks, campgrounds, etc. The TAG is ideal for solo camping or for a couple that is really comfortable in a tent-sized environment or for taking one child/grandchild along. For those interested in a teardrop, I highly recommend NuCamp TAG and TAB models.
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Ray and Patty Lyons

Virginia

Reviewed on 2021-02-07

RV reviewed2017 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley TAB 320S

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4.0
I wan to share our experience with the TAB and NuCamp. We downsized to the TAB from a 24 foot Mallard for the ease of towing and set up as well as the fiberglass and Azdel siding- what we considered leakproof. We tow with a 4 Runner and can’t even feel it. This is a perfect size for two on the road, we have been to Key West three times, Cross country, probably 15 times to the outer banks. Not a hiccup! Last year on our way back from Niagara Falls we noticed a softness in the floor, very disturbing!!! What we found was a leak through one of the tail lights and a SIGNIFICANT amount of rot- the floor was gone. We called NuCamp and after 3 months we were able to schedule a service call at NuCamp at their Ohio factory. We delivered the 320 back to the factory this past January, in the snow. Well to make a long story short, WITH NO QUESTIONS ASKED, NuCamp replaced the entire floor, repaired our sofa, re-wired the Alde, installed new door stays, installed new vinyl flooring - ALL AT NO COST!!!!! Yes, the NuCamp trailers are a little pricey- But I defy any other manufacturer to provide this level of quality service to their customers. I just friggin love this little trailer, and I just friggin love NuCamp!!!!!!!
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Linda Healey

Utah

Reviewed on 2019-08-30

RV reviewed2018 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley TAB 320S Boondock

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5.0
I love this little teardrop trailer!! It’s light and easy to tow and maneuver. The living space is perfect for one or two people. Alde furnace heat is radiant and keeps the trailer snug and cozy in cold weather and when on propane, uses very little. Ditto the refrigerator. The fit and finish of the NüCamp trailers is phenomenal, all solid wood and beautiful cabinetry. The Marmoleum floor is easy to keep clean. Solid hinges keep all the storage doors closed while moving. I’m selling only because I decided a van would suit my style of camping better.
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SUSAN JARET

Georgia

Reviewed on 2019-07-08

RV reviewed2018 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley TAG Basic

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4.8
Tows very easily. In and out of campsites a breeze. Pahaque air lock custom tent that goes with the TAG makes this camper complete. Just the right amount of comfort for camping without the rigors of climbing out of a tent. Dry, air conditioned area for sleeping and a complete outside kitchen.
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Rick Walker

Tennessee

Reviewed on 2019-07-03

RV reviewed2017 nuCamp by Pleasant Valley Tag XL

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4.8
Tows easy and will go anywhere. Easy to fit where many don't. Stores in garages. Has everything except a bathroom, and those are almost always addressable at most rv parks and state parks. It's a great little starter camper without breaking the bank.
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