2001 Bigfoot 17' trailer custom with woodstove - $18,000 - Bellingham, WA

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2001 Bigfoot 17' trailer custom with woodstove - $18,000 - Bellingham, WA


2001 Bigfoot 17'. This Bigfoot is super clean and ready for winter adventures. 

This is a true four-season trailer with a woodstove and also ducted propane heater. The walls, ceiling, and floor have 2" thick insulation foam. (standard bigfoot quality)

I custom installed this Grizzly Cubic Mini woodstove.(1200$ without labor) This is my 3rd camper that I have installed a woodstove, and they are amazing. All ducting is stainless. The stove dries all of your clothes after a day of skiing (even in the wettest conditions). Perfect for camping in the winter at the ski areas. 

The ducted propane heater cranks heat as well. We have camped down to -20F and perfectly warm and cozy in our little bigfoot "hut". Stove can last up to ~3hrs without tending, propane heater can run all night. 

Off grid ready with a 150amp/hr AGM Battery. (500$, newish)

2 way RV fridge w/ freezer (runs on propane). Can actually freeze ice-cubes in the summer.

Range stove with oven. Amazing for cookies and pizza!

Great layout with lots of windows, skylight, dinette and rear sofa both convert to beds, all appliances & everything in working order. 

Fantastic fan, lots of storage

stabilizer jacks

6 ply tires, less than 2 years old. Have receipt

Exterior has been resealed around all roof vents, fixtures, windows etc. 

The awning was having issues last year so I removed it and resealed the holes. I debated whether to reinstall a new awning or put a RV rain gutter on. I was indecisive and didn't commit.

Dry weight is listed at 2700lbs. Might be a little less with the removal of the bathroom, or maybe evened out with woodstove install.

Trailer brakes installed. And I have a controller that i can throw in too.

Clean clear title in hand along with all original manuals & papers. 

If you are reading this ad, you probably already know: these fiberglass trailers last forever! I recently buffed it and it's incredible how well it shines again at 20 years old. The bigfoot quality is top of the line compared to other (also reputable) fiberglass trailers. Bigfoot is just the best one.

  • Front dinette bed 79” long x 43” wide
  • Rear sofa bed 77” long x 56” wide when expanded
  • Overall Length 17'-5"
  • Overall Height 10'-3"
  • Overall Width 8'-0"
  • Interior Headroom 6'-4"

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