We had more or less worn out our second camper. Having gone through two we had some pretty definite ideas about what we wanted for our next one. It needed to be equipped for all season use, have a propane generator, fit comfortably (weight wise) on the Dodge 2500 Diesel pickup we owned, and have quality construction. So we shopped and shopped. We found a number that met many but never all of our basic requirements until we investigated the Eagle Cap Campers that are made right here in Oregon.
We selected the 9 1/2 foot version. It weighs 2900 pounds loaded, has a heated false floor for the plumbing components, and has an onboard Onan propane generator.
It has a fiberglass shower/toilet stall that utilizes the space very efficiently and is super easy to clean. Plus it is a great place to stow stuff when traveling. The exterior is all fiberglass giving a slick attractive finish and making it a snap to clean. There are a number of storage compartments both in the interior and exterior for storing all our camping, fishing or hunting gear. We never run out of propane because of the dual tank capacity permitting us to carry 20 gallons.
We purchased ours new in 2005 so we have given the thing a real life torture test. It has traveled about sixty thousand miles a good share of those being off pavement. It has withstood the pounding we’ve put it through very well which speaks well of the materials and workmanship of its construction.
Were we faced with having to replace our Eagle Cap we wouldn’t hesitate to buy another just like it. We would also recommend this camper to our friends and family.
Go to www.eaglecapcampers.com for more info.
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