Evergreen the Camper

Travel TrailerColorado Springs, CO
Sleeps 2
14 ft. long

Lightweight and easy to tow, Evergreen the Camper has everything you need for a comfortable camping adventure year-round. This little guy is fully equipped with solar power, 1000 watt inverter, 5lb propane tank, diesel heater, memory foam mattress, and kitchenette area.

The 100 amp-hour battery will power your entire trip with the help of two 100W solar panels that reach a full charge in about five hours. The rig is also equipped with a 15A shore power plug if your campsite has electricity. Three 120V plugs throughout the cabin on a 1000W inverter will power many common household devices like phones, Bluetooth speakers, and blenders. Looking to power heating elements and electric cooktops? Be sure to find a campsite with shore power as the inverter will not power those items on its own.

The bed is a cozy 4 inch memory foam mattress with sheets, comforter, pillows, and a down blanket. For the colder months, consider bringing extra layers such as a sleeping bag or additional blankets. Heads up, this is a decently small camper, so if you're over six feet tall, it will be a tight squeeze (sleeping space is 6'4" wall to wall).

The kitchenette includes a two-burner stove, 30 quart refrigerator, collapsible kitchen sink with faucet and water pump, and a six gallon water tank. To aid in your camp-cooking and cleaning, we've included a cutting board, utensils, some spices, soap, and a sponge, too.

What's included

Kitchen
-Full 6 Gallon water tank
-Water pump and faucet
-Refrigerator
-2 Burner Stove
-5lb Propane Tank
-Some spices/seasonings
-Dish soap and sponge

Sleeping Area
-Clean Bedding (Sheets, Comforter, Blanket)
-Two Towels
-2 USB Charge ports

System
-Diesel Heater with at least 1 gallon of diesel
-2 100W solar panels for use

Utensils/Useful Supplies
-Lighter, Paper towels, sponge, soap
-Spatula, Tongs, 2x Plates and Bowls, Silverware, Cutting Board, Knife
-Let me know if you need any other supplies and I will try to accommodate.

Recommendations

Some of my favorite spots in Colorado are Buena Vista, Steamboat, Crested Butte and Ouray. There are many paid campsites along highway 24. Free dispersed camping is also an option in much of the state. Search freecampsites.net for more locations and info, and be sure to respect our outdoors.

Other things to note

Please take good care of the camper both on and off road. Be sure to drive slowly over large bumps, dips, and obstacles. Be considerate to other drivers, when lane changing and allow extra stopping distance. Double check trailer brake lights are functioning properly before hitting the road.

Have a great time! Camping is a great way to disconnect from the business of life and connect with the ones you love and our beautiful world.


Features

2021 Other Other
  • Sleeps 2
  • Gross weight: 1,200 gal
  • Hitch weight: 1,200 gal

Amenities


    Meet your host, Ryan

    Member since 2021

    Hello! I'm Ryan - I love camping, climbing, fishing, snowboarding, and just about anything outdoors. My goal is to provide an awesome rig for you to get the chance to explore and reconnect with nature and the ones you love.

    Usually answers in less than 24 hours


    Rules and policies

    • Not pet friendly
    • No music festivals
    • No tailgating
    • No smoking
    • Unlimited mileage
    24/7 roadside assistance
    Learn more about Roadside Assistance

    Roadside assistance on every rental, plus help planning your trip or operating the RV.

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    Add-ons

    Enhance your trip with these add-ons. Available at checkout.

    River Tubes
    Inflatable river tubes with pump
    $13.60
    /each

    Availability and rates

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    There’s a 2 night minimum stay

    Discounts
    • Weekly (7-29 nights): 9.9% off nightly rate
    • Monthly (30+ nights): 19.9% off nightly rate
    Fees
    • Security deposit: $680.00 (refundable)
    • Prep fee: $68.00. This fee will cover preparing and sanitizing the unit prior to each rental. Cleaning sheets, towels, wiping down control panel, washing the exterior, and other general maintenance.
    Evergreen the Camper

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    Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

    Q.How long will the battery last?
    A.
    The camper has a 100 amp hour battery that will be able to power most of your needs for an extended trip. We typically run the refrigerator 24/7 and the fan on low through the night. There are 2 100 watt solar panels that can fully recharge the battery in about 5 hours of sun.

    Location

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    Colorado Springs, Colorado

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