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Dutchmen Bunk House Travel Trailers

By Roger Dale Lee

 Dutchmen Bunk House Travel Trailers
By Roger Dale Lee



A bunk house travel trailer is a house on wheels and a dream come true for everyone who likes traveling. If you like to camp and still have children a bunk house travel trailer is one of the best options available for the camping family.

A bunk house travel trailer is basically a compact house that has wheels and can always be on the move or be placed at your favorite permanent campsite. It is a classic combination of a vehicle and a house. Different types of bunk house travel trailers are created by companies all around the world. One of the largest is Thor Industries which owns Dutchmen-RV. A Dutchmen bunk house travel trailer allows the camping family to choose a multiple sleeping arrangement in an RV that best suits their needs. These trailers have different combinations of amenities and depending on how many people and their age group, a customer can choose his trailer from one of the many available floor plans.

Dutchmen bunk house travel trailers are available in a wide range of sizes. Some of them are meant only for comfort while some are also meant for luxury.The general things available in a trailer are: Multiple sleeping arrangements, gas oven and range, refrigerator that works on gas or electric, flat screen televisions, a sofa and dining table that makes extra beds, air conditioning, awning, microwave, television antenna or satellite, power tongue jack, power or non power stabilizer jacks, outside showers, multiple windows, automatic ignition water heaters, chrome wheels instead of the standard white wheels, and much, much more. A Dutchmen 315 bunk house is their most popular bunk model that has a slide in their line up.

The stabilizers are one of the most important parts of a bunk house travel trailer as all RV's need to be level for the refrigerator to operate properly and for the unit not to rock incessantly as you move around in it. Power stabilizers are the new thing, but standard leveling jacks can be easily put down manually, and incredibly easier and faster with the help of a drill.

Safety precautions are given tremendous importance in all the bunk house travel trailers as most often families with kids buys these. It is essential that kids of all age groups remain safe and hence multiple precautionary measures are adopted in terms of the electrical connections, side railings of the beds, fixed windows and appropriately made wall connections. The television set and other appliances are attached to the main frame of the trailer so that they don't fall off.

A person can enhance the travel trailer by special ordering their unit. This is an option for everyone but is rarely used and I don't why other than a lack of planning. A lack of planning let's one get the unit they see right now, but must take it as they see it other than dealer installed options. With proper planning you can order a unit with the options and color you want and not have to pay for unnecessary options that you don't need or want. This can not only save you money but also make your camping experiences more enjoyable.The starting price of these trailers is around $10-12,000 and can go up quite a bit if you are really looking at a luxury unit.. A person can buy a used one also. If you choose to do this it is usually to spend less than it takes to buy a new one. If this is the case I highly recommend buying one from a reputable RV dealer. If you buy one from an individual you are generally buying it as is, which means you run the risk of finding multiple problems you had no idea existed. When you buy from a dealer it is usually one that has been checked out before you take it and all necessary repairs have been made. This is generally true unless you are buying it as is from the dealer, which is common for the person looking for a fix it up project. Today, it is even possible to rent a bunk house travel trailer instead of buying it. This option is very beneficial to somebody who has never camped before and want to try the experience before they buy one.

Some of the most important things you can do is to do your homework on what it is you are looking for, don't accept less than your minimum requirements, and if at all possible, buy from a reputable dealer or an individual you really trust. Make sure you also make sure that
RV parts are very available for whatever you buy. Best wishes and happy camping.

Roger Dale Lee is the mgr of Lee's Country RV that sells
Dutchmen Travel Trailers  and Dutchmen 315BHDS's and can be contacted at leescountryrv.com

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