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Raymond Ngan 08-11-2012 01:00 PM

Looking for a trailer with bunks
Hi, I am looking for a trailer under 3500 lbs, with bunks, sleep 4 people, any condition.

OneTim 08-11-2012 06:28 PM

Parkliners have a bunk bed option along with a queen size bed.

Gene Masse 08-11-2012 06:48 PM

Casitas can be had with bunks on one end and a double bed on the other end along with a side dinette that can be made into a bunk.

Carol H 08-11-2012 09:05 PM

A Boler and or a Scamp 13' or 16' will give you a double bed/dinette at the rear and bunks at the front.

A good spot to look for fiberglass trailers for sale in Canada is here

Bob Miller 08-11-2012 10:48 PM

Same for 17.5 Bigfoots and, with the optional overhead bunk can sleep 5. But, as I have learned, they can get a tad heavy. Great quality build though, Also check on "", in the Canadian section.

Carol H 08-12-2012 12:40 AM

Raymond, I know you said you wanted bunks but there is a very cool and rare trailer for sale on the island currently. It has a large bed in the back but the front dinette is set up to sleep two people separately and it has a bathroom and its on the light side A fully loaded one weighed in at the Bandon Oregon meet last year at 2420 lbs on the axle and 320 tongue weight for a total of 2740

The ad for it is here.

BTW a number of small Sufsides which we have a lot of in BC, also have front bunks.

Raymond Ngan 08-12-2012 03:32 PM

Thank you for all the suggestions. Carol, I went and checked out the Bonair trailer, because of the shape, the inside was a bit small for four of us plus a cat. Casitas with the bunk option is a very good one, but it is very hard to find one in BC. Are there any other wide body trailers with bunk beside the 17' Bigfoot?

Gene Masse 08-12-2012 04:14 PM

Fiberglass RV Ads Canada | Fiberglass RV's For Sale

Try this page. There's a bunch of trailers in Canada. Also can't you buy in the US? Craigslist has some in Washington state.

Raymond Ngan 08-12-2012 04:56 PM

I have been looking at that site and other different sites for awhile now, still searching for the right one with no luck. I live in Victoria BC, and have to take the ferry to go to the Mainland or the USA.

Raymond Ngan 08-12-2012 05:03 PM

What is the GVRW or the loaded weight of a 1987 19' bigfoot?

kootenaigirl 08-12-2012 06:54 PM

There are also the 17 ft wide body Burros but you would be more likely to find one in the states than Canada.

Raymond Ngan 08-12-2012 11:29 PM

I have not yet seen a wide body Burros for sale in BC.

David Tilston 08-13-2012 09:51 AM

I am quite fond of the Trillium 4500. It is 15', has a bunk up front, with generous dimensions, and almost a queen sized dinette. It is even available with an additional bunk above the dinette, so it could sleep six. Very light.

Carol H 08-13-2012 10:23 AM


Originally Posted by Raymond Ngan (Post 327239)
What is the GVRW or the loaded weight of a 1987 19' bigfoot?

Unfortunately none have been weighed and put on our list but we have a lot of Bigfoots attend our meets in BC. I great deal will have to do with what options it has as to what it really weighs. AC, awnings, size of fridge, does it have an oven and not just a stove, duel propane tanks etc will all add up fast. If I had to guess I would tend to think they are at least 3500lbs - may be more -even a lot more - there was a 17.5 weigh in at 4400lbs - but no way of knowing why it weighed in that heavy though. The Bigfoots do tend to come in a bit heavier than many other models of fiberglass trailers.

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