Need A Guest Room For the Holidays?

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If your holiday plans include playing host to families and friends, then you might just be adding “extra space” to your Christmas wish list. Instead of waiting around for Santa, consider using a fifth wheel or travel trailer as an extra guest room.

To make the most of your fifth wheel during the holiday season, all that’s necessary is to hook it up to your home’s power and septic. While the power can be hooked up with an electrical cord, the septic hookup will require a macerator or sewer solution pump. Check out our parts department for the system that will work best for you.

After hooking up the RV, all that’s left is making a comfortable space for your guests. Fill up the kitchen with drinks and snacks for when late-night munchies hit, add some soft towels to the bathroom, and don’t forget some movies for guest to enjoy on the entertainment center. And while you’re at it, prepare yourself for your guests to stay a few more days. But with the luxury amenities of a fifth wheel, who could blame them?

With fully functioning features like stainless kitchens and plush residential furniture, your guests will savor the luxuries of home, without cramping in on yours. And, depending on the model, all at a cost that’s less than adding a permanent addition to your home and without all the dust and noise of living in a construction site. Plus, when the holidays are over and the guests have returned to their homes, you can hit the road in comfort — can’t say that about an extra bedroom added to your home.

Interested in checking out all the features a fifth wheel or travel trailer will provide your holiday guests? Visit our Moore’s, OK location today to take a look at our newest arrivals.

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