Come on in and take a tour of our Roadtrek RV

 

We give a lot of tours of our Roadtrek CS Adventurous XL. Just about every day. At a campground, a gas station or a rest stop when we’re traveling, total strangers will often approach us and ask about the unit. They are all looking for a peek inside and we do our best to oblige.

So we thought we could share with even more people by doing a tour for the camera.

So come on in, make yourself at home and let us show you what it’s like… livin’ in a van.




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  • jhp12

    Is the screen for the door permanently in place (slide it open or closed) or is it the type that is fastened in place with velcro.

  • Dan

    Saw a Roadtrek CS Adventurous for the first time in the parking lot of our local Meijer store. While smaller than a type A, I was still surprised how big that thing is. I have a hard time calling that a van. Coming from owning a VW Winnebago Campervan, I’m used to a true van experience. I can’t imagine the XL with 14 more inches length. That sprinter chassis really pushes the line between a B and a C. Does Roadtrek still manufacture something more along the lines of a true van? One that indeed looks like a van and not a motorhome?

  • TDHIll

    You guys did such awesome presentations at the Perry Rally! Loved this video of your Trek and find you so inspiring! Thanks for sharing!

  • DeanCHS1980

    Hi Mike and Jennifer,

    I am currently working my way through all of your podcasts. They are wonderful. I have been wanting a tour of your Roadtrek home. Beautiful. Laura and I are new to RVing. I caught the RV bug in September, 2014. I enjoyed researching RVs and the lifestyle as a retirement plan in 10 years, but became so enamored with it that we bought a new to us ’05 Casita 17′ Freedom Deluxe in November, 2015. We have recently de-winterized it, driveway camped, and taken it to the local KOA. We are going to the Smokies next month with several trips planned through June.

    Thanks to both of you for your energy, passion, expertise, and sharing your wanderlust!

    Take care,

    Dean

    P.S. – I grew up with an Elkhound (Henri Jack) and my parents had four others through out their lives. They are amazing dogs. Henri (pronounced “ornery”) was the smartest dog I have ever been around. He was a true companion.

  • don schwab

    please describe the sound of the cooling fan on the li battery pack while sleeping at night.

  • Chris Campton

    I have a Roadtrek Adventurous RS 2007. I have get on the roof to put cover on. With solar panels, how do you cover it?