If you’re searching for a travel trailer that’s large enough for a baseball team, look no further than the Coachmen Freedom Express 292BHD SLE. A big family is no problem for this bunkhouse travel trailer. With room to sleep nine, including a private master bedroom and bunkhouse at separate ends of the trailer, there is plenty to love about this roomy, carpet-free towable RV.
The Freedom Express 292BHD SLE measures 33′ and 5″ in length and weighs under 7,000 lbs. (dry weight). This RV, which is part of Coachmen’s Liberty Edition line, makes use of every nook and cranny. There is shoe storage right near the door underneath the fireplace and a spacious silverware drawer in the galley. The TV swivels so you can watch movies from the living area or the master bedroom, while a large resin outdoor table travels in a fitted upper rack in the exterior storage space.
Other Liberty Edition upgrades in the Coachmen Freedom Express 292BHD SLE include:
Front automotive cap with large window
Power tongue jack and four stabilizer jacks
Fireplace – a 5,000 BTU heat source with 8 color combinations
Deep, solid-surface counter tops
Full pass-through storage with table hanger and 2 x 4 ft. table
Large exterior kitchen with sink, fridge, and electrical outlets
Cozy and comfortable. Streamlined size and modern design. These are just a few strengths of the Winnebago Outlook 22E. This Class C motorhome from one of the industry’s most recognized names is an excellent RV for introducing children or grandchildren to the world of camping adventures.
Winnebago’s Outlook 22E has everything you need in a 24-foot package
The defining feature of a Class C motorhome is the bunk over cab area that is incorporated into the design. This Winnebago does not disappoint with a roomy space to enjoy a few Zzzs. Other sleeping areas include a stationary double-sized bed in the rear of the coach and a convertible dinette that drops down to make a small, third bed. If you don’t need the extra bed, the area over the cab provides generous storage. When not in use, the bunk flips up to provide more headroom in the cockpit area, too.
When making RV campground reservations, you might be surprised by the number of choices you have to consider. There’s location, of course, but you likely also want to balance that with cost, site options and amenities. Understanding the differences between private and public campgrounds, like those operated by county, state or federal governments can help to narrow down your search, too.
What’s the difference
between private and public campgrounds?
Private campgrounds are operated by independent hosts. They can be owned by local residents who live on site or by private businesses, like KOA or Jellystone RV parks. They typically have a number of RV camping options available including sites with full hookups.
State and national campgrounds (also known as public
campgrounds) are owned by the governments and operated by state and federal
employees. These campgrounds are typically located within designated parks and
forests. Most offer an array of choices from RV campsites to rustic and
backcountry camping opportunities.
The Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite 291UBH is an impressive lightweight travel trailer. This RV was created to be easy to tow. But it doesn’t skimp on the high-end features, storage or décor and weighs just 6,950 pounds (dry). This lightweight travel trailer’s best feature might be its clever floorplan though.
An impressive and inviting layout
Two things about the open layout will likely catch your eye
right away: The private bunkhouse and
the walk-through bathroom.