We have a a 2008 Jayflight G2 20BH that is a great size for dry camping in the mountains of Idaho. Our camp is 2 people and 2 dogs, so there's enough room without being too big to get down to the river-side camp spots. There's never any hookups so we carry a 4000 watt generator, and a spare RV battery hooked to a 1200 watt inverter in the back of our F250. We upgraded the flat screen to 22" HD with a bluray home theater system for those hot afternoons or cold nights! The 20BH fresh water tank is minimal - about 30 gallons, so sometimes we carry spare water for extended stays in the mountains. Love the Jayco!
How is it up there in Boise. Lived there back in then seventies, sure miss all the trout fishing. Spent a lot of time in Idaho city, and a few nights in Garden City, at Haps 121 Club and the Hi Ho Club. Prob not there now.
Welcome to the Jayco Owners Forum. There are definately a lot of places to camp in Idaho. Be sure and say hi to Butch for me.
2011 Eagle 330RLTS with just about every option.
2017 Silverado 1500 4x4 5.3 with tow package. (no, we don't tow the Jayco with it.)
2018 Surveyor 265RLDS well equipped.
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