The Lake House.....it weights 2100 lbs, and the cabin is 13 ft long and 7 ft tall. This trailer is easy to pull with a mid-size vehicle. It's very bright and open, with a lot of windows. It has a great kitchen that has a three burner propane stove with an oven you could cook a meat loaf in. The sink is perfect for washing up your cooking mess and filling your cup with fresh bottled water pumped from a faucet. I provide three gallons of fresh bottled water that can be refilled.
This little gem has all your kitchen needs, dishes, pot and pans, dish towels, soap, silver ware and other utensils. Coffee maker and an assortment of teas, hot choc and coffee is provided. The icebox will hold a block of ice for almost two days or it's a good place to store all your nonperishable. I would bring an addtiional ice chest.
I supply the bedding and towels for a nominal cost upon request. Their are three beds, a bunk above the couch, it would be good for a child about 50 lbs. The couch converts into a full size bed, and the dining table converts into a twin size bed.
It comes with an awning, outdoor area rug, two camp chairs, small table, and two stabilizing jacks. If you have access to shore power I provide an extension cord. If no power I have provided battery lights in the trailer, and a supply of extra AAA batteries.
This vintage trailer is called a lo-liner meaning it is closer to the ground so it would be much easier for someone that is not quite as mobil to step inside.
I restrict my reservations within the Panhandle and Spokane area, to a 75 miles radius, and if the reservation is within 75 miles from my location I can deliver and set-up for a fee.
This little trailer is so delightful to take camping, you would add this to your memory bank for sure. Experience camping from the past, you'll love it!! I hope to hear from you, happy trails to you!!
Other things to note
The oven is unpredictable, so I wouldn't plan a meal around using the oven.