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Latala

RV Rental Center
11621 Burnham Dr Gig Harbor, WA 98332

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A traditional motorhome with the self-contained features you expect. This economical family unit is a traditional favorite for those who want the walk-through convenience of a motorhome.

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  • Ford V-10 Chassis Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • 2-Wheel Drive
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Steering
  • In Dash Air Conditioning
  • Cruise Control
  • Dual Rear Tires
  • Stereo Sound System
  • Generator
  • LP Gas/12 Volt Furnace
  • 55 gal./208 L Fuel Tank
  • 40 gal./151.4 L Fresh Water Tank
  • 6 gal./22.7 L Water Heater Tank
  • 25 gal./94.6 L Sewage Water Tank
  • 22 gal./83.3 L Grey Water Tank
  • 12.2 gal./46.2 L LP Gas Tank
  • 93 cu ft/2.3 cu m Outside Storage Space
  • Length: 30 ft./9.1 m

A traditional motorhome with the self-contained features you expect. This economical family unit is a traditional favorite for those who want the walk-through convenience of a motorhome.

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  • Ford V-8 Chassis Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • 2-Wheel Drive
  • Power Brakes
  • Power Steering
  • In Dash Air Conditioning
  • Cruise Control
  • Stereo Sound System
  • Generator (USA Only)
  • Dual Rear Tires
  • LP Gas/12-Volt Furnace
  • 55 gal./208 L Fuel Tank
  • 12.2 gal./46.2 L LP Gas Tank
  • 40 gal./151.4 L Fresh Water Tank
  • 6 gal./22.7 L Water Heater Tank
  • 24.5 gal./92.7 L Sewage Tank
  • 24.5 gal./92.7 L Grey Water Tank
  • 51 cu ft/1.4 CM Outside Storage Space
  • Length: 25 ft./7.6 m

This custom built trailer provides the freedom to setup camp and use your own vehicle to get in and out of town.  It has all the amenities of a motorhome, but provides flexibility when you need it.

The Adventure Travel Trailer does not include an electrical generator. In order to use the air conditioner or microwave you must be connected to a 30 amp electrical circuit.

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  • Gross weight 3,800 lbs.
  • Dry weight 2,910 lbs
  • Overall length 19'-7" (ball to rear bumper)
  • LP Gas/12 Volt Furnace
  • 30 gal Fresh Water Tank
  • 6 gal. Water Heater Tank
  • 35 gal Sewage Water Tank
  • 35 gal Grey Water Tank
  • 20 lb. LP Gas Tank
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Discover

Exploring the scenic beauty of the Pacific Northwest becomes an unforgettable adventure when you're navigating the open road with an RV. The areas around Tacoma and Gig Harbor, Washington, offer a unique blend of natural wonders, historic sites, and serene waterfronts, making it an ideal destination for RV enthusiasts. Here's a guide to help you make the most of your RV trip in these captivating locales.

Discover Tacoma's Urban Charm
Point Defiance Park: Start your journey with a visit to Point Defiance Park. This 760-acre oasis offers breathtaking views of Puget Sound, lush forests, and colorful gardens. The park's extensive network of trails is perfect for hiking and biking. Don't forget to explore the Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium for a family-friendly adventure.

Experience Gig Harbor's Waterfront and Natural Beauty
Harborview Drive: Gig Harbor's picturesque waterfront along Harborview Drive is lined with unique shops, art galleries, and waterfront restaurants. Enjoy a leisurely stroll, savor fresh seafood, and soak in the stunning views of the harbor.

Cushman Trail: For outdoor lovers, the Cushman Trail offers a fantastic opportunity for walking, jogging, or cycling. This paved trail winds through forests and along scenic overlooks, providing a peaceful escape into nature.

Venture Beyond
Olympic Peninsula: Take your RV on a day trip or an extended journey to the Olympic Peninsula. The drive offers spectacular views and leads to the Olympic National Park, where you can explore rainforests, alpine meadows, and rugged coastlines. RV campsites in and around the park provide convenient stopovers.

Mount Rainier National Park: An excursion to Mount Rainier National Park is a highlight of any RV trip in Washington. The iconic mountain's surrounding forests, wildflower meadows, and crystal-clear lakes offer endless outdoor activities, from hiking and wildlife viewing to photography.

RV Tips for Tacoma and Gig Harbor
Camping and Parking: Both Tacoma and Gig Harbor offer several RV-friendly campsites with full hookups and amenities. Research and book in advance, especially during peak travel seasons.
Local Regulations: Familiarize yourself with local parking regulations for RVs in urban areas and national parks to ensure a hassle-free trip.

Seasonal Considerations: The Pacific Northwest is known for its rainy season. Plan your trip during late spring through early fall for the best weather, or embrace the off-season for a quieter, more introspective experience.

Embarking on an RV trip around Tacoma and Gig Harbor opens up a world of discovery, from urban explorations to natural retreats. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or a bit of both, these destinations promise a memorable journey set against the backdrop of the stunning Pacific Northwest.