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Resorts of Distinction

Is anyone a current member of ROD? If so, your opinion? We would be using California-based areas.....opinion on CA. parks? *we have a home park membership.
2halfs 09/22/22 10:33pm Family Camping
RE: Finding a TT that does not have Bunkhouse

Thanks all for the comments and suggestions. Some I have tried, some I did not think about. Will keep looking.
2halfs 12/23/21 04:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Finding a TT that does not have Bunkhouse

We found a lightly used (and probably stored indoors) 2014 Evergreen Ascend 231RKB. It gives us just enough room for 2 grandkids. We love it. If you find an older TT check it carefully and often. It had no delam when we purchased it, but showed delam after 6 months outside in the weather of WNY! I had to remove and reseal the clearance lights. I had to laugh when I read your comment. We own a 2004 R-Vision Trail Bay 27DS. I absolutely love this floor plan. I adore the counter space, large area for TV (if you want a TV). The ease of getting to the refrigerator and bathroom when closed up. I love that we can have dinnett and couch made into beds and you lose no floor space. Honestly this trailer has fit our needs for 17 years....I hate to give it up, but we want to be updated with the today markets luxuries. Plus the other hard part is the trailer has held up through the problems. Thanks for the advice.
2halfs 12/23/21 04:39pm Travel Trailers
Finding a TT that does not have Bunkhouse

Anyone else experiencing this? My husband and I are looking to purchase a used Travel Trailer in the years of 2016-2021. 32ft. in length (with slide out) that does not have a Bunkhouse. I have only done online searching and it seems that 95% of the trailers I find in the years and foot range are all models with a bunkhouse. We don't want a bunk house model......anyone else having this same experience? We have not bought a TT since 2004, which we still own that has held up well, but it is time for us to upgrade. I just did not realize the floor plans with bunkhouse became so dominating. Open to anyone's suggestions of models to look for that are in the used year and length range I mentioned above.
2halfs 12/23/21 12:38am Travel Trailers
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