If you are looking for a private front bedroom with a full wall wardrobe, a large u-shaped dinette for meal time or extra sleeping space, and dual entry, then mark that off your checklist. This Heartland North Trail King model 26BRSS features all that plus much much more!
As you step inside the main entrance to your right is a front bedroom door. The king bed slides out along the road side wall giving you more floor space inside. There is a dresser opposite the bed and a large front wardrobe with sliding doors for all your clothes.
The combined living and kitchen space features a large u-shaped dinette slide out, an entertainment center with TV, and kitchen amenities to make any meal. Cook all of your favorites in this North Trail King kitchen featuring a refrigerator, three burner range, counter space, and a double sink in the corner of the counter for easy cleanup.
The rear full bath features and entrance from the living room or the outside. The second entry door into the trailer makes the bath easily accessible anytime. Inside the bath is an angled shower, toilet, sink, and linen cabinet, plus so much more!
This North Trail travel trailer is also available in a Caliber Edition.
|Length||31 ft 11 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft|
|Ext Height||11 ft 4 in|
|Hitch Weight||780 lbs|
|Gross Weight||8600 lbs|
|Dry Weight||6228 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||52 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||37 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||37 gals|
|Furnace BTU||30000 btu|
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Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC, Elkhart, Ind., was founded in 2003 by a quintet of RV veterans. Their philosophy is lower numbers mean a better market and better dealers. That was one of the reasons why all of them left their previous companies to bring Heartland RV to the public.
The first product created by Heartland was a high-end fifth wheel. The LANDMARK which was aimed at extended-stay RVers who spend a lot of time in their coaches at one location was picked to create first on purpose because it was going to be the hardest to build and they wanted to prove that they could do it and do it right.