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Welcome to Adventure In Camping! My family and I camp, our friends camp, and let me tell you, there is absolutely nothing better than stepping out of your trailer and walking a few feet to the campfire to roast marshmallows or cook over the open fire. I love watching the sun set through the trees and looking up to see all the stars that are usually drowned by the city lights. Camping in a travel trailer is the way to travel. If you are considering buying a trailer, think about used. Ask yourself: how often you plan to use the trailer? Does the cost of a new trailer justify the use? Adventure In Camping has affordable, previously rented trailers available in a variety of floor plans and styles, offered at great prices!
Interested in buying a travel trailer but not sure if camping is your thing? Try before you buy! We offer a unique program where you can rent the trailer you intend to buy and is currently on our rental program and give it a test run. If after your paid stay you decide you want to buy, Adventure In Camping will credit your rental towards the purchase price of the trailer. Decide you don’t want to buy; you just bought yourself a vacation and saved money on the purchase! IT’S A WIN WIN!
Our family at Adventure In Camping strives to satisfy our valued customers and pride ourselves on our outstanding service.
We look forward to assisting your with your purchase!
AIC Sales Team
760-935-4890 – Reservations and Sales
California RV Dealer License D68368
Some frequently asked questions:
What form of payment do you accept for the purchase?
We accept cash or cashiers check. We generally do not accept credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express for trailer sales. We would consider credit card payment; however, we reserve the right to add a convenience fee. We do not accept personal checks for trailer purchases.
DO YOU ACCEPT PAYMENTS?
We generally do not accept payments.
Do you offer a warranty?
No. All used trailers are sold as is without warranty.
What size truck do I need to pull the trailer?
The tow vehicle you will be use to pull the trailer must be of adequate size and power to pull the trailer based on its gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR), generally 6000-8000 lbs. Check your vehicle’s owner’s manual under towing for specific information and limitations.
What are the electric plug and trailer brake requirements?
Your vehicle must have a 7-way “Pollock” trailer plug for the lights and brakes and must have a dash mounted electric brake which is fully functional. A brake controller is usually a factory or aftermarket installed device mounted to the tow vehicle’s driver’s side dashboard area that engages a trailer’s braking system. The system is generally time delayed or proportional to the tow vehicle’s brake engagement when slowing down or coming to a stop. Most trucks manufactured with a “tow package” or “trailer ready” have a trailer brake control installed or it is pre-wired for installation. We can assist with aftermarket installation. Please call for service rates and details.
Is the price listed the final price or are there hidden fees and taxes?
For used/previously rented trailers, the price we list is the price we collect from you upon pickup. You are responsible for applicable taxes and fees when you register the trailer at your local DMV. For new trailers, we will collect tax and DMV fees. California sales tax is 7.75%.