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    Valid Till: Never Expires

    Category : RV Parks

    Use Code : GUNSMOKE10

    We are OPEN and accepting reservations!!!!! Gunsmoke RV Park is now offering RVillagers a 10% percent discount! Just mention the promotional code: GUNSMOKE10 when calling to book your stay with us at: 620-227-8247
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  • KootenayCouple
    KootenayCoupleGrand Design RV Community:
    March 3Solar or generator?
    Hi - we're newbies, picking up our 2020 17MKE in a month or so. We'll be mostly 'weekend warriors', with one or two extended cross-country trips. Plan is to try to spend two or three nights in unserviced/boondocked spots, and then a ni...  more
    • Morgan B. and 1 other like this.
    • KootenayCouple
      Cliff & Chris March 3 Hi have fun go out try it as is. Then play around. Not all generator will run your AC . We live in our RV all summer and do enjoy AC a bit in the summer but we are in Middle of OR so when we are out camping in the Mts it isn't needed . We do have so...  more
    • KootenayCouple
      SpdSurfn March 3 We've been developing our power options as well. We've discovered that having power options is best for our camping lifestyle. AC is a requirement for us. We've installed the EasyStarts for both are ACs which allows us to use our generators....  more
    • KootenayCouple
      The Taz Lady 69 March 3 I talked to a local electrician about installing solar panels on my trailer but after him informing me that it would be about $4,000-$5,000 just for the materials & then $45.00/hour to install it I decided a 3500 watt & a 6500 watt generator would be a mu...  more
    • KootenayCouple
      MemoryMakers March 3 Here's a post I wrote on another forum last year while I was finishing up my DIY install: When we ordered our trailer, we made a conscious decision to not order an onboard generator, for several reasons, including: 1) They need to be...  more
    • KootenayCouple
      Traveling Tarps March 5 We went with the yes, yes, and yes approach to give us the most flexibility. 1. 400ah Battleborn L-ion bank  2. 975 watts of Solar 3. 3750 watt inverter\generator We run all of leg one (re-wired to include our fro...  more
    • KootenayCouple
      John&Georgia Spearman March 16 We are using CPAP machines and would like to get some ideas. We are currently using a 600watt inverter with two ac outputs. It runs fine for 4 or 5 hours but we can't seem to charge our battery enough to last through the night. I'm thinking to increase th...  more
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