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Congratulations on getting your camper!I'm also from NH, and live in the White Mountains Region. My boyfriend and I decided to look into getting a small camper last Fall, after tenting for five days in Maine. We've both only done tent camping, but we're getting close to retirement age and a looking for something a bit more comfortable (and a bit more spacious) than my little backpacking tent.After doing a ton of research, the [email protected] 320 S (with the Boondock package) is currently at the very top of my list, but my boyfriend feels that we might need something a bit larger, since we're both quite tall. We have plans to view one next month, along with a couple of other models.Please post about your experience with your new camper, as I would love to hear how everything works out for you. Wishing you the best in getting to know your [email protected]
@Arwen, welcome to the forum. Keep in touch as you check out your options. Btw, we are a family of 4. Hubby, me and 2 boys (who will turn 12 & 13 in the next 6 weeks). We all fit in the [email protected] 320 with room to spare. How you manage is a matter of preparation and logistics, which I'm sure you are versed in, being tent campers. Good luck.
We have just de winterized it and have not yet taken our tab out. one thing i can say is that we have decided that the bed will be always set up as it is a pain to make bed, unmake etc. thae table was taken out as we have decided to leave the bed open and made. We are retired and have 2 small dogs. We have always backpaked tented, climberd 4000 ft with kids, but now we need "Glamping". We got a small alum. lightweight folding table. We plan to cook and eat outside which is a requirement for us haha