This R-Pod model 179 is highlighted by a rear kitchen, and large slide out u-shaped dinette. This Forests River travel trailer sleeps three or four when converting the dinette to sleeping space along with the queen size bed up front.
As you step inside you will find a pantry to your immediate right for storage needs, and to your left there is a two burner cook-top, a single sink, and plenty of counter space. You will also find ample storage with lower cupboards and drawers. The refrigerator is straight in through the entry door within the slide out that also features a 75" x 45" u-shaped dinette.
Along the curb side you will find a convenient wet bath featuring a toilet, shower, and corner sink. There is a wardrobe for clothing storage just outside the bathroom along the curb side between the bath and the front queen size bed.
At night sleep comfortable and awaken refreshed for a brand new day. There is a spot for a TV to be added if you like, plus so much more!
On the outside there is storage in the front along the curb side beneath the bed for all of your outdoor camping gear as well.Interior Color:
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About This Dealership:
There were a few twists and turns in the story that brought us to being a truck camper and light travel trailer dealership. In some ways, it is a surprise even to us that we ended up doing what we do, but we really love it! I imagine some of our customers and readers look back to how they became mobile adventurers and think, "Wow, that's a great story, and we're sure glad we lived it!" So, here's how Princess Craft RV came to be the fun business we love.
When we took possession of Princess Craft Manufacturing a number of years back, the business was all about manufacturing truck campers and camper shells. Yep, we made our own from the ground up! That was the model the founding owner of Princess Craft had in place, so that's where we started. Here's the deal, the profits weren't steady enough to carry the business down the road. You know that dissatisfied feeling. So, we looked to branch out and expand the scope of the business.
Before long, we were hopping with a diverse product line and services that included truck accessories, cargo trailers, utility trailers, custom modificationsâ€¦ a little of everything. We began to deal primarily in the truck accessories and cargo/utility trailer worlds. We did well, but it was just a business. One might say our hearts weren't fully engaged, but we worked hard at it. It just didn't completely capture our interests and hearts.
A decision was made to add a line of truck campers produced by Shadow Cruiser. That was the start of big change in direction for us. In a short time we realized there was a big difference between the truck accessory customers and the adventurous camping crowd. The demeanor was different and infectious. Before long, we found that we were elated to see the truck camper folks drop in, and that we were somewhat less enthused to be engaged in truck parts, accessories and modifications.
There came a point where we connected the dots and realized that we do our best work when we love what we do and who we do it for. Stepping back, we saw that working with the camping crowd, with its fun and engaged spirit, simply gave us more life than the other aspects of the business. The truck camper customers were who we wanted to hang out with, so we decided to sell truck campers!