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- November 7, 2019 at 04:35 #35967VinceParticipant
Mike…enjoyed reading your article and review of Alaskan Campers. There are MANY things to like about the Alaskan, primary among them the hard side and the well-appointed comfortable interior! However, I find it surprising they don’t offer a full wet bath (with inside shower) since they offer the cassette toilet enclosure…wouldn’t be that difficult to include a shower. (yes, they offer the outside shower) It’s also surprising (even environmentally disappointing/unconscious) that a gray tank is not standard. That’s right…it encourages you to dump your gray water on the ground. I was in touch with them some time ago re this issue and they said they could add a gray tank if requested. But still…poor construction policy. I can’t remember if they said they could include an inside shower…probably.
- November 11, 2019 at 08:37 #36012Mello MikeKeymaster
Grey tanks in pop-up campers really aren’t that common. In fact, Four Wheel Campers doesn’t even offer it as an option.
- November 14, 2019 at 09:12 #36066PeteParticipant
I would love a alaskan camper, but would have to get a divorce firstl!! No head/shower,no sale.
- November 15, 2019 at 07:00 #36100John PerzParticipant
This whole thread raises some interesting points about the difference between camper/camping and RV/RVing.
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- November 15, 2019 at 16:49 #36102PeteParticipant
- December 31, 2019 at 16:58 #36790Making TraxParticipant
We own an older model Alaskan camper (2003-4) and we enjoy having the indoor Thetford cassette toilet – a real plus at night. The cassette offers the convenience of dumping at a pit toilet when a dumping station is not available. We have an outdoor shower with hot water and use a pop-up Rhino tent for privacy. We have not been put off that the shower is outside and have found it handy for rinsing off on hot days before heading inside.
2004 4x4 F-350 utility truck
2004 Alaskan camper
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