This is our 2013 Heartland Wilderness
Here we are at Sugarloafin campground in Leadville Colorado, elevation 10000+feet, near Sugarloaf mountain, hence the name they selected. Its also near Turquoise Lake, and Twin Lakes which are great fishing lakes.
We've camped many times at Sugarloafin, its a really nice Family owned camp.
There is a small camp store, clubhouse, and propane refill site. All sites have full hookups, some have concrete pads for picnic tables, and fire rings. In the summer they have an all you can eat ice cream social for 2 bucks a head. You do have to bring your own bowl and spoon. You can find our more on their website - www.Sugarloafin.com.
We like this camp mainly for the peaceful atmosphere but also very much because its just about a mile from Historic Leadville, Colorado. Buildings from the 1800"s, one of the oldest continuously open Bars in the State. There are some really good Museums, old silver mines and tours, a train ride into the high places which used to carry silver down to the city for shipment to faraway places. Oh, and lets not forget all the great places to eat and shop. Can't go anywhere without eating and shopping, right?
Like I said, check out the camp website. No, I don't get any commission.
Like I said in my last blog, we found the trailer floor plan that we feel will meet out needs when we go full time. As it turns out, its not a Bunk house plan, but it has the space for our Crafts and plenty of living room for the pups and us. Its 36 feet long, has three slideouts, a spacious bedroom, U shape dinning area, a sofa, and two rocking, padded, easy chairs. There's a large screen TV that goes up or down in a cabinet at the push of a button. Of coarse you will find that most late model RVs come with build in TVs and audio center.
We were fortunate in that we saw this trailer on our favorite dealer's website. Its a 2013 Heartland Wilderness 3175 RE. Some folks had traded for a big Diesel Pusher and it was on the lot for only two days. Someone else had looked and liked it but didn't want to make a down payment until they brought Father to give approval. Well like I said before, we looked at a LOT of trailers and this one felt right so we made the down payment and did all the paperwork. We went back out to look at it some more and while we were inside, the previous party showed up with Father but it was too late. They were not real happy.
In our sales rep's cube was a sign that said, "Don't let someone else drive off with your trailer because you hesitated to make the down payment." Something to remember when you go shopping for your RV. If you have a change of heart, most places will refund your down payment.
If I didn't say so before, our favorite dealer is Four Seasons in the Denver Metro area. You can check them out at www.rvfourseasons.com. no, I don't get a commission.
Next time I'll post some more pics along with the floor plan. Gotta figure our how to get them from my phone into my blog. Where's my Millennial Daughter? Be sure to check out the sidebar, that RV button will take you right to Amazon. Yes, I might get a commission.
Until next time Keep on Dreaming.