2005 Jayco Jay Feather 25G in Minnesota MN
This camper is an “Ultra Lite” that is rated around 3900 lbs for easy towing with most vehicle.
The camper have a family friendly floor plan that feature quad bunks in the back, sofa/dinette convert to beds, queen pull out bed, ac/heat, freezer/fridge, stove/oven, full bath with sky light, awning, microwave, stereo, power boosted tv antenna with tv, gas/electric/dsi hot water tank, lot of cabinets, spare tire, 2″ receiver hitch for bike rack, and a cargo door on the side for camping stuff.
For additional questions, showing, or reservation for 2019 camping seasons, please call or text me.
Rent rate is $75 a day (maximum of $450 for a week or 7 days) plus $500 refundable damage deposit. A minimum 3 days for weekend rental (Fri-Sun). A 4 days minimum rental on holiday weekend. Free pickup day for all rental with reserve deposit.
Must have a 7 pin connectors with brake controller to rent. A “weight distribution hitch” will be provided for extra safety towing.
“No smoking in camper”
Renters assume all liability for damages and will lose their damage deposit if rental insurance is used to cover damages of camper. Accept Cash, Check or Paypal for now.
Camper will be inspected at the time of taking possession and again when it is returned. Please allow 30 minutes for return inspection. It must be clean when returned or a cleaning charge of $50 will be deducted from damage deposit.
There is a $75 non-refundable reservation fee. That fee will be applied to the total rental cost. Pickup/Drop Off times will be arranged at time of reservation. Availability is first-come, first served. We must receive the $75 reservation deposit in order to hold your reservation. You can pay the deposit by cash, cashier check, money order, or paypal. Free pickup day for all rental with reserve deposit.
Damage Deposit: $500
We require a $500.00 cash to be left with us at pick-up. This cash will be held and returned to you when the camper is returned in good condition and without damage.
CON: There were a ton of pre-requisites to rent. Camper itself is only 10 years old but looks pretty worn. Pop out canvas section was wet and mildew-y - we had to cram two adults into the child-size bunks for the first night while everything dried out. Mixed messages on whether stove works. Not sure if plumbing works, we didn't try it. Overall, it was just okay.