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Thread in 'General Discussion' started by Porter Rockwell, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Porter Rockwell

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    Been thinking about getting an RV. Definetly a small RV, Class B or small tow behind camping trailer? Just need something small. Requirements: small shower, toilet, Air conditioning, fridge and larger bed for two. Recommendations... are their good small tow behind campers with fridges, AC etc? Do you guys recommend a full RV class B or tow behind?
     
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    Really have enjoyed mine. It's a Casita IMG_1072.jpg
     
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    Got everything the big boys except the room. I go camping. If I want the comforts of home, why leave the house?.
     
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    Go big or go home!
    Whatcha towing it with?......

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    Check out the site IRV2.com. Lots of good info from full time campers and others.
     
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    The A Liners are easy to tow and have most of the cool stuff inside, setup is less than a minute.



    I have rented one for several trips.
     
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    Thanks all good ideas. Seems like a tow behind camper is much more usable- since we can park he camper and use the truck for other things.
     
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    Get an airstream.

    I started camping with the gf, and her requirements were a king bed and a actual toilet. Looked at everything on the market and ended up with a gutted airstream that I am putting a modern interior into. If you go this route you can customize it to your exact needs. I'm going with portable grey tank and no black tank, going to use a composting toliet. I hate the chemical smell that every RV and boat seems to have, and its always the toilet.
     
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