If you love being outdoors but prefer to camp in comfort, you'll enjoy your overnight stays in nature in our 2009 Forest River Rockwood Premier. With two heated queens and a slide-out full-sized bed, you'll find plenty of room for your family's camping excursions. Equipped with a three-burner stove and propane/electric refrigerator, the camper will allow you to prepare meals inside on days when that campfire just won't light. And with one seating area in addition to the dinette, you'll have the option of dining inside or out. The additional hanging storage for lightweight luggage helps to keep your floors and counters clear, giving you enough room to make memories indoors on rainy days. For those late evenings or leisurely mornings, curtains provide privacy and seclusion.
For warm summer days or cool fall nights, the air conditioning and heating systems will help you camp in comfort. The built-in radio and cd player can provide entertainment, along with the small monitor and dvd player. The pop-up's interior and exterior lighting would allow you to stay up well after dark.
Although the Rockwood Premier is spacious, it pulls smoothly with our 4.0 liter, 6 cylinder minivan. It comes equipped, if desired, with a hitch leveling system and anti-sway bar kit, which can be used with our hitch ball that fits a standard hitch receiver. The trailer brakes and lights work with a 9-pin round connector, but with a 4-pin flat connector, you can use the lights and your vehicle brakes.
If you'd like to spend time on two wheels while camping, we provide a bicycle rack on request at no additional charge. The rack holds four bikes at the front of the camper, with the bike forks fastened to the rack and the rear wheels resting on the roof of the pop up.
If you're interested in camping in comfort this spring, summer, or fall, feel free to reach out with questions. We love camping and want you to enjoy the experience, too!
--exterior gas grill (on request)
--bike rack (on request)
--full propane tank
--cookware and utensils for six
--dishcloths, dish towels, and hot pads
--four-cup coffee maker
--cups/glasses for six
--camps chairs for six
--campfire roasting forks
--built-in cd player/radio
--dvd player with small screen
--waterproof, bedbug proof mattress covers for queen beds
--hanging storage compartments
--exterior throw mat
--three externally accessed storage areas
--electric/battery powered-drill for manual lift system
To see additional (standard) specifications, visit https://www.rvguide.com/specs/forest-river/expandable-trailer/2009/rockwood-premier/2514g.html
Within just a few hours drive of Cincinnati, you'll find many places to camp. Although there are many more, we've visited and recommend the following locations:
--Miami Whitewater Forest
--East Fork Lake
--Shawnee State Forest
--A. J. Jolly Park
--Paint Creek State Park
--Stonelick State Park
--Hueston Woods State Park
--Brown County State Park
--Red River Gorge, Koomer Ridge Campground
We've camped in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania. If you need recommendations for where to go, just ask!
Other things to note
We recommend bringing your own bedding, towels, and disposable plates, utensils, napkins, and paper towels. If you don't mind doing dishes while on vacation, we provide reusable plates, bowls, utensils, cups, and mugs, along with wash basins, dish cloths, and dish towels.
To keep our camper clean and odor free, please don't bring pets indoors or smoke indoors. Because additional cleaning or fumigation may be required, we reserve the right to charge an additional cleaning fee after the rental to remove pet hair or smoking odors.