Welcome to the Owl's Nest! This cute little fibreglassed wooden trailer weighs in at 1175lbs and can be towed by most vehicles. A receiver that fits your vehicle with a 2" ball is required as well as a flat 4 prong wiring harness for towing. Fuel mileage is great on this small profile camper with only the camping basics. Great for getting into those small, quieter places where big RVs can't go!Whether you want it delivered to your location for extra sleeping accommodation, a date weekend or want to go on a special adventure/road trip, the Owl's Nest would love to be a part of it!
What's includedThe Owl's Nest batteries can be charged with a 110v regular extension cord or the additional $30 Solar Package for more remote glamping.The bed included is a full size inflatable air mattress. A air mattress pump is included to change the firmness of it to your needs. Bedding can be added for $10A vent fan and small window with a screen to draw in cool night air on the warmer nights.12v car ports and usb charging ports are located throughout the camper in the sleeping area as well as in the kitchen galley. The small included inverter can be used to charge laptops and electronics but shouldn't be used for kitchen appliances.Galley:Small propane stove2x 7 gallon fresh water tanks, water faucet, and small sink for rinsing hands and dishes ( if Owl's Nest is parked where the drain runoff direction isn't ideal, a bucket or pan can be placed under the drain outlet on the underside of the trailer and emptied when full)A paper towel holder on the inside of the kitchen cabinet door.A cooler pullout built to fit a Yeti Tundra 45 cooler or similar. Dimensions of the cooler space are 25" W at the bottom (cooler can be
tapered a little wider than 25" at the top and still work) x 16.5" D x 16" HSome paper plates, cutlery, and cups are included as well as a pot, pan and cooking utensils, hot pads, oven mitts, French press, mugs, and a roasting stick for the basic cooking package. If you need more items just ask!
RecommendationsWe recommend checking out the Bruce Peninsula, Muskokas, and the beautiful Great Lakes. For a more rugged glamping experience, head up to northern Ontario for great fishing and wildlife!