General information about travel trailer can be found below. Please read all the questions, as this will help with your reservation and planning for your trip.
What does the interior of the trailer include?
Trailers have full kitchens, bathrooms, sleeping areas and dinettes. Kitchens include refrigerator, freezer, stove, microwave and sink. Bathrooms include shower (tub), toilet and sink. All units sleep about 4-7 people.
Does the trailer have a TV?
Yes, all units have a TV and DVD player. In order to run TV and DVD player you will need a generator or have hookups on your campsite. We don't charge any extra either.
What to bring?
Bring all linens, including sheets, blankets, sleeping bags, pillows and towels. Bring kitchen supplies such as, dishes, cups, bowls, flatware, pots and pans, cutting knives and cutting board, cooking utensils, mixing bowls, can opener and bottle opener. Bring a strike-lighter to light the stove and bug spray or Ajax to keep ants out of the trailer. Bring anything normally used for camping, such as; flashlights, battery operated lantern, spare batteries, sunscreen, soap, drinking water, extra chairs, paper towels or kitchen towels, a cooler for transporting food and keeping it cool until the refrigerator is cold and an indoor/outdoor carpet or mat for in front of the trailer.
How long does the refrigerator take to become cold?
Several hours. Do not fill the refrigerator full of food before it is cold, otherwise, it will take much longer for the refrigerator to cool down. Keep your food in a cooler until the refrigerator is cold. On really hot days it can take 5 hours for the refrigerator to cool down. In order to run fridge you will need propane or a generator.
Will the trailer’s electrical system run off battery?
Yes, but trailers and RVs don't work very well with batteries. We recommend hooking up to electricity whenever possible or using a generator. Batteries last approximately 6-72 hours before needing to be recharged and only the lights, radio, fridge and water pump will work.
Do RV and trailers have heat and air conditioning?
Yes, the trailer has heating and air conditioning; however, you need a generator or have hookups.
The air conditioning and the microwave should not be used at the same time, as this may overload the electrical circuit. Turn off the AC when using the microwave. Also, do not set the AC below 70 degrees, otherwise the unit may freeze and no cooling will be available.
Does the trailer have to be connected to a sewer hook-up?
No, but we highly recommend it. Travel trailers have two holding tanks; one for grey water (kitchen sink, bathroom sink and shower waste) and one for black water (toilet waste). Each holding tank holds approximately 22-36 gallons of waste before needing to be dumped. If a trailer is connected to sewer hook-ups then the renter will have unlimited use of water because the waste water is continually draining to the sewer. If a trailer is without sewer hook-ups, we recommend renters use campground showers to conserve water and to avoid having to dump the holding tanks too often.
What do we do if the toilet will not drain?
Clean it out. Paper may be stuck in the drain, so be very careful to completely wipe out the drain while holding the seal open. Do not put anything in the toilet except RV toilet paper. Do not put paper towels, feminine hygiene products, baby wipes or napkins in the toilet as they may create a plug in the holding tank.
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