Enjoy winter camping too? Camping at Ski Mountains? An Airstream looks cool but can’t cut it more than summer use.
There is only choices- either this Canadian-made Bigfoot or an Oliver. Featuring light-weight two-piece fiberglass exterior sandwiched with high density R-8 continuous spray-foam insulation, all dual-pane thermal pane windows with all plumbing heated and on warm-side of RV. High Quality interior finishes,- all include high quality plywood cabinets vs. particle board, porcelain toilets vs. plastic, real spring-filled mattresses, day/night shades and this is upgraded to the leather interior.
This has an incredible floor plan for only 17.5’ with Dbl Bed in front facing tow vehicle, with the dinette in the rear with large dual pane windows facing 3 directions away from tow vehicle. Of course this folds down into another dbl size bed for sleeping 4. Between the bed and the dinette are the Bathroom with shower and the kitchen is opposite.
If you travel northern Canada or Alaska there is only one-brand strong enough and insulated enough to hold up. The others are fallen apart and abandoned along the Al-Can Hwy. This was special ordered with the graphic-package delete as they do fade and peel, besides looking tacky from day one in my opinion.
Only 3300#, easily towable by any V-6 SUV or hardly noticeable behind a 1/2 ton pickup. Dual 30# propane bottles, solar ready, rooftop Air Conditioner. Central ducted heat, nothing exists below the smooth fiberglass floor - certainly not sheets of plywood with all the plumbing hanging below in freezing temps. Bigfoots are very expensive and their build design and quality is the reason. This took over a year to order for delivery.