Must Have Class A or B license. Beautiful and fun for a family trip or for us to deliver it to you. Our RV is well taken care of and stylish. One of the biggest features and most important are the TWO full bathrooms with showers which gives separation for family members. We are set up with a Blue Ox hitch for towing. Also, comfortable king size bed, two bunk beds (with their own TVs), overhead queen bed give plenty of room. Washer/dryer, satellite Dish Network, 4 large screen TVs (including outside so 6 TVs total), dishwasher, full kitchen, residential fridge, generator, and more. We have had the best time on 3 week plus trips. Be careful on rentals to check the number of seatbelts, ours has 5, which means while you could sleep 6-9 people, only 5 will be buckled and there are State laws on this. Also Note - this RV is 36,000 lbs, therefore you Must have a Class A or B license to drive it. I am sorry, but that is our requirement in addition to a number of States. Even if you plan on traveling to a state that does not require a license, we still require it to protect our motorhome. If you need it delivered, I can do that. If you need a professional driver, we have run across some as well.
What's includedWe have camping chairs, gas grill, Green Egg, outdoor carpet, fresh linens, towels, etc.
RecommendationsWe have been quite a few places, and what is great about being 39 feet is some of the National Parks have a 40 foot max in RVs that are camping. So you get the biggest that can go anywhere.
Other things to noteWhile we wish everyone could enjoy our RV, it is big and heavy. Because it is over 26,000 lbs, you absolutely must have a Class A or B (or equivalent) license to drive it. Otherwise, you are unlicensed and not only face penalties if stopped, if you wreck it, it might not be covered.