If you are looking for an outside kitchen, bunk beds, a single slide out, and a front bedroom then step inside the Heartland North Trail King model 26DBSS travel trailer today.
As you enter to your right there is a front bedroom with dual entry on either side of the living room entertainment center. There is a queen bed with storage on both sides.
The kitchen amenities begin to the left of the entry door. There is a l-shaped countertop with a double kitchen sink, three burner range, overhead storage, and a refrigerator.
On the opposite side there is a single slide out including a sofa and booth dinette with a great view of the entertainment center on the interior wall.
The kids are sure to enjoy the rear corner set of double size bunk beds including a wardrobe/pantry at the foot of the bed. Next to the bunks there is a bathroom including a sink, toilet, and tub/shower.
If you enjoy cooking outside then the outdoor kitchen will become one of your favorite spots. There is a two burner slide cook top, sink, and a refrigerator, plus counter space for preparing and serving meals, and so much more!
|Length||28 ft 5 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft|
|Ext Height||11 ft 4 in|
|Hitch Weight||660 lbs|
|Gross Weight||8600 lbs|
|Dry Weight||6416 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||5152 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||52 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Tire Size||ST225/75 R15E|
|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.