June 24, 2009
Sunnybrook Bristol Bay Travel Trailer 3204 RE. Click image to enlarge
Speaking of the bedroom it’s a nice simple layout with ample drawers and cupboards around the queen-bed whose head is fixed into the third slideout. Overhead, directable reading lights are nice, but where do I put my book? There are no night stands.
Well, you can always watch TV, I guess. A nicely finished cabinet that holds the tube TV pulls out to a 45 degree angle for watching and pushes back and locks for transport. Mirrored closet doors across the full width of the trailer nose offer good access to this space and also make the space look larger with its reflection.
Switches in the Bristol Bay are illuminated when on and very well marked. Also each of the slideouts has its own separate switch (some now work all the slides off one switch). Lighting also extends outside with a porch light and two bright scare lights – one on each side of the trailer forward. These will also serve to light up a night-time arrival at a campsite.
Outside the unit is finished in a high gloss gel coat finish with front and rear fiberglass caps. It has standard front and rear manually operated stab jacks and a rear ladder to the walk-on roof. The bumper mounted spare tire is an option as is the power hitch jack – this is money I’d spend though as this is a heavy trailer. Also outside there are A/C plugs and prewired plug-in for campground cable and phone.
Pricing: 2008 Bristol Bay Travel Trailer 3204RE
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