IDK if they are made anymore. I do know they have/had a reputation for quality. A friend in FL has one. He has an RV, so he doesn't use the BH often, but he talks about it a lot.
I hope I can find a good used one. So far not much luck.Yes, it is a shame they stopped making them. I like the room for storage in them. We will probably have an ac unit to tote along with everything else. I like that they have a mattress also. Haven’t had much luck with air ups.
Thank you. I was wondering about brakes.the bunkhouse is a very good camper. we have one we have been using for years and love it.
very easy to set p and break down, mine has brakes and I will say i'm not sure I would want to pull it without them as if not careful you can make them pretty heavy with all that room under the bunk
I don't know what an "MM" is, please explain. My wife doesn't camp.I have a friend who swears by them and I think they were a quality product but I think there are better options out there these days. I have a MM and if you camp by yourself I think it is the best option. If you camp with your wife or SO there are better options than that.
I could have written that exact same thing. If there is no bathroom/shower, my wife wants nothing to do with it. We tried camping at a KOA Cabin in Door County, Wisconsin. About 2:30 AM, I got the elbow in the ribs and she said she was going to the campground bathroom and I was going with her.Although, I have too admit, that I have never own'd one, BUT I have gone camping w/ a friend that does own one, and I honestly have to say that I was impressed, to the point, that IF my wife liked to camp, and or ride, I would purchase one.....BUT the one/two times (maybe) a year that I'd get a chance to use it, I'd not find it worth my money, to buy one for once (again, maybe ) a year ......So for me it would sit 51 w/ends a year taking up space in my already too small garage................
I have got that same elbow...lolI could have written that exact same thing. If there is no bathroom/shower, my wife wants nothing to do with it. We tried camping at a KOA Cabin in Door County, Wisconsin. About 2:30 AM, I got the elbow in the ribs and she said she was going to the campground bathroom and I was going with her.
My friends that have a Bunkhouse camper love them. They seem to have been very popular at the motorcycle events I've attended.