**If your camping trip takes you to the Kentucky Horse Park or Whispering Hills in Georgetown, I will deliver AND set up for no extra charge. Just show up, check in and have a BLAST ! **
This privately owned camper is great for anyone new to camping OR a seasoned veteran.
NASCAR trip with the guys ? YEP.
Fishing trip to Cave Run or Lake Cumberland ? YEP
Business trip to the KHP for one of the spectacular shows or conferences ? Why get a hotel offsite ? Stay at the KHP campground. YEP.
Travel baseball ? YEP
Just want to try before you buy ? YEP ! Great idea.
At only 1,900 pounds dry, the JayFlight is easy to tow with most vehicles. I easily tow it with a Toyota Tacoma.
Don't let the small size fool you. It has lots of room. 2 twin bunks that are big enough to comfortably sleep an adult or 2 12 year olds or younger in each bunk ! The dining center folds down into a full size bed as well. So, a mom, dad, and 4 kiddos under 12 can crash in this camper after a long day at the lake, out on the hiking trails or just sitting around the campfire grubbing on hot dogs and s'mores !
Comfort conveniences include an AC that blows ice cold, nice size refrigerator freezer, 2 burner gas stove top, sink, microwave, TV and DVD player along with an AM/FM radio that has Bluetooth connectivity so you can listen to your favorite tunes or the game inside AND OR outside the camper. The automatic awning has speakers, so you can crank up the music while enjoying an evening by the campfire.
Also in the camper is a shower tub and toilet. DEFINITELY beats showering in a community bathhouse or that dreaded 3 am stroll to the campground restroom.
If you plan on towing the camper to a destination of your choice, to help prepare you for a worry free adventure, I created a camper specific setup guide for your convenience. This guide walks you all the way from parking the camper, to leveling it, blocking it, water and electric connection, to the sometimes intimidating process of dealing with the black and gray water disposal. This guide will be with you in a binder, but I can email it to you before the trip, so you are comfortable with the equipment and enjoy your trip instead of stressing over the camper.
If the guide doesn't answer questions on your trip, I am ALWAYS available via phone or text to help out, but I think you'll find that your campground neighbor is ALWAYS willing to help as well.
Be sure to ask about week and monthly rental discounts. Building a home or traveling to work on a construction site ? Renting a camper is a great idea when overseeing a building project. Stay right on the site.
As for cleanliness, I treat this camper and your rental like you are staying at a high end hotel. I give it a thorough cleaning after each rental to keep that like new appearance and feel. Nothing more gross than spending good money on a place to stay and finding hair in the tub. YIKES. That WILL NOT happen here.
Thanks for checking out my listing. Please let me know if you have any questions. I will go out of my way to make your adventure as worry free as possible.
NOTE: If I tow and set the camper up for you, feel free to opt out of Roadside Assistance, however if you transport the camper, I do require it.
Also, Bunks and the over-table full side bed are designed for 250lbs or less.
Camper should be returned in "like" cleanliness condition. If excessive cleaning is required by the owner upon return, $50 may be withheld from the security deposit to cover those costs.
Camper is equipped with a GPS unit. Not because I don't trust my renters, but because I don't trust those who might steal the rig from my renters. I do monitor the GPS for asset tracking along with driver behavior. The stated recommended max speed is 70 mph. If a speed trigger of 75 or greater is sent, renters are subject to a discretionary $25 fee per occurrence, after 1 warning. Excessive speed is unsafe AND greatly increases wear and tear on the bearings and brakes.
Safe travels !