We are proud to announce that we are Dealers for the "Time Out" line of campers and "Cycle mate" Cargo Trailers
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Time Out Camper views Canada...Timeout Trailers are certified for us in Canada and the inspection fee normally required for US Manufactored trailers is not needed, saving you time and money.
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The smallest camper going down the road and the biggest camper when set up!
The HRT Classic cargo trailer
Our campers and cargo trailers are ideal for small cars as well. Negligable difference in gas mileage, which is another great reason to order yours today
16 Cubic feet of cargo space inside the Time out camper
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Funny thing is, I use to think sleeping on the ground with just a sleeping bag was fine and simple, no frills just throw it down somewhere and go to sleep.
Then one day a friend of mine had this thing called a ground pad about a 1/2 inch thick foam pad, I tried it and wow that sure seemed a lot more comfortable, a few years roll by and I'm pulling a cargo trailer and now were packing a nice size tent and an air mattress.
Then one day I see this couple with a tent camper so I go over to chat with them and he explains why in his humble opinion this is the best way to go if your into long distance travel and camping, the main thing is that it's easy to setup over the tent option, you sleep up off of the ground and it's much easier to get dressed from a bed that has the height of a bed. No more trying to wipe off a wet and dirty tent because its on the ground and everything got muddy, I use a (sham wow) and if it rains I wipe the tent off while its up (remember that timeout campers are completely off the ground) a few minutes later I'm heading down the road. Now, I know many of you will say oh that's fine but I can't afford a tent camper now money is tight, and I fully agree, But lets see what a trip of 2 weeks will cost (using average costs) for 2 people.
(1) about $70.00 a night for a decent motel X 14 = $980.00
(2) About $20.00 for breakfast X 14 =$280.00
(3) About $25.00 for lunch X 14 = $350.00
(4) About $30.00 for supper X 14 = $420.00
Now, I know that there are some who will say I can eat cheaper or find cheaper lodging...the point is, this is just for reference to give you an idea its not an exact science.
Your total under this example would be $2,030.00 for a two week Vacation
And if you did that two years in a row you would have some great memories and a lot of receipts, on the other hand if you bought a Timeout Camper you would still have the good memories and it would have paid for itself in those two years plus, no more worries about reservations and vacancy's.
No more depending on someone else, hoping the room is clean, hoping the folks with there 3 kids in the next room don't stay up all night making noise, or hauling luggage up three flights of stairs. Think about this,
how many times have you been disappointed?
how about those free breakfast? Cereal, toast, donuts, coffee, you know the drill.
I think you could whip up a better breakfast in your own camper with a Coleman stove and some food from the cooler and you can carry your lunch for the day in a cooler and before you stop for the night you reload the cooler with whatever you're going to have for supper, saving money and still doing the things you enjoy.
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Timeout options,features and specs
Timeout camper showing cargo area Add a Room, and interior view