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Tent trailer

Well maintained tent trailer, Jayco Eagle, 8 feet, 2000. One owner;stored indoors,when not in use. Sleeps 4 in two doubles Awning can be closed (see […]

May 24, 2018
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5th Wheel 2007 Colorado 27RL

The RV is a 2007 Colorado 5th Wheel 27 RL (Rear Living) – Length 31 Ft. 9 in. – Exterior width 8 Ft – Exterior […]

May 23, 2018
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Liesure Travel Wide Body Van

1998 Leisure Travel wide-body van. 217,000 Km.Equipment includes a 3-way fridge shower, toilet, sink, propane hot water, propane gas furnace, 2 burner stove, plenty of […]

May 22, 2018

4000 OBO


9.5 ft 1996 Sunline Truck Camper in great condition. EVERYTHING works!! 2x deep cycle Marine batteries, 40w SOLAR PANEL system with inverter all connected and […]

May 22, 2018


2017 Jayco 32′ RV/Trailer

Taken brand new directly to the property on Salt Spring and only left the property once to go to Arbutus RV for replacement LED ceiling […]

May 9, 2018
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Camper for sale: immaculate and all season

These Okanagan units are the “Cadillac” campers and hard to find. 11 1/2 ft. in very good shape. custom porch, new stairs, 3 piece bathroom […]

May 8, 2018


29 ft. WINNEBAGO Motorhome 4 Sale

REDUCED BY $1,000 – now only $17,500. 1996 – 29 foot Class C WINNEBAGO Minnie Winnie for Sale. Ford V8 E350 engine with only 87,000 […]

April 29, 2018


Airstream Immaculate +Fully Renovated

Airstream Excella 1974 Land Yacht In absolutely perfect condition. Road worth or fully time living! Original airstream glass and cabinetry Original awnings on all sides […]

April 26, 2018

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    by on May 24, 2018

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    by on May 24, 2018

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    by on May 23, 2018

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    by on May 23, 2018

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    by on May 15, 2018

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    by on May 14, 2018

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    by on May 14, 2018

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