So, you’re going to take a few days off… Kick back and take a load off. Staying in the usual hotel or bed and breakfast isn’t really what you’re after. What you’re looking for is solitude. You’re in search of some serenity. A trip to the great outdoors would be ideal, but the thought of camping in a traditional tent just isn’t as appealing as it was when you were a kid. Sure the nostalgia of looking up at a sky full of stars is there, and the smell of the dirt and the trees is a pleasant reminder of what peace and quiet is all about, but the bugs and bug spray are not so ideal. The cold, hard ground isn’t as forgiving to your body as it once was either. But that RV you saw the other day sure did catch your eye, and it sure would take care of your two least favorite things about camping. You know that Holiday Rambler introduced their first travel trailer back in 1953, so they must be dependable, and you recently read that they’ve had countless innovations and ideas that have created products that sport the Holiday Rambler logo today.
You also know that Holiday Rambler leads the industry with exciting new features, powerful chassis, and amazing floorplans. Yep, it’s time you took a better look at that 2012 Holiday Rambler Aluma Lite you saw the other day on the lot at Paul Evert’s RV Country. Equipped with a rear queen bed that has overhead cabinets, a shirt closet with drawers, a bath with a shower, and a private toilet area with it’s own sink and linen closet. It’s like having your own home anywhere you go.
The 62” sofa and U-shaped booth dinette slide with overhead storage is a favorite among many experienced RVers. Add in the 26” LCD T.V. and entertainment center, and you may just have to hire a driver so you can sit back and really relax while being driven to your destination. You won’t even have to leave your recreational vehicle to eat! This amazing Holiday Rambler has a counter extension, a double kitchen sink, a three burner cooktop with microwave above, a refrigerator, and a pantry.
All this and even more upgraded options are available. Yes, to fully enjoy this camping trip, it’s time to get over to RV Country and take the full guided tour of this unit and be on your way to camping in comfort!