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Rentals

Rent a Camping Trailer for Great Vacation Fun!

We rent 2021 and 2022 Flagstaff camping trailers. We offer four sizes and carry a fleet of ~30 campers year-round*. Our rental campers are light to tow and easy to set up.

Renting a camper is easy (Process for renting a camper) --it's a great way to get into nature and still have some comforts of home.

Our four rental models/sizes:

176 header 206 header 208 header 228LT header

176 sleeps 6** 1608 lbs. 8' box
$480 /week (any time between 4-7 days) - extra days $69/day 17' when open
Includes***: heater, inside stove, refrigerator, sink with electric water pump, 20-gallon water tank*, dinette, 110-volt power hook-up, powered roof vent, 3 beds total
Rental 176 Floorplan Rental 206LT bed layout
rental 176 camping trailer profile

rental 176 front view

rental 176 camping trailer rear view rental 176 galley
rental 176 floor space rental 176 dinette as a bed    
206LT sleeps 6** 1650 lbs. 10' box
$480 /week (any time between 4-7 days) - extra days $69/day 20' when open
Includes***: heater, inside/outside stove, refrigerator, sink with electric water pump, 10-gallon water tank*, dinette, 110-volt power hook-up, 3 beds total
Rental 206LT Floorplan Rental 206LT bed layout
Flagstaff 206LT exterior Flagstaff 206LT front view Flagstaff 206LT rear view Flagstaff 206LT galley
Flagstaff 206LT kitchen Flagstaff 206LT dinette bed Flagstaff 206LT dinette table Flagstaff 206LT 3-burner stove

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208 sleeps 8** 1900 lbs. 10' box
$530 /week (any time between 4-7 days) - extra days $76/day 20' when open
Includes***: heater, inside stove, refrigerator, sink with electric water pump, 20-gallon water tank*, dinette, 110-volt power hook-up, powered roof vent, 4 beds total
A brake controller on the tow vehicle is required to rent this camper; brake controller details
208 floorplan 208 bed layout
Flagstaff 208 exterior Flagstaff 208 front view Flagstaff 208 rear view Flagstaff 208 galley
Flagstaff 208 front dinette bed Flagstaff 208 rear dinette bed Flagstaff 208 front dinette as a bed Flagstaff 208 rear dinette as a seating area

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228LT sleeps 8** 2050 lbs. 12' box
$530 /week (any time between 4-7 days) - extra days $76/day 23' 1" when open
Includes***: heater, inside/outside stove, refrigerator, sink with electric water pump, 10-gallon water tank*, dinette, 110-volt power hook-up, powered roof vent, 4 beds total
A brake controller on the tow vehicle is required to rent this camper; brake controller details
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS MODEL IS DIFFERENT FROM THE 228 WE RENTED BEFORE 2021--IT DOES NOT HAVE HOT WATER AND THE FRONT BED IS QUEEN-SIZED. For a full list of differences, please see What's New - 228LTD vs. 228
228LT floorplan 228LT bed layout
Flagstaff 228LT exterior Rental 228LT front view Rental 228LT rear view Rental 228LT galley
Rental 228LT dinette Rental 228LT gaucho Rental 228LT extra beds Flagstaff 228LT stove

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Main Features:

Rental features diagram (also listed above in each camper description - also listed above

Rental Period: During the regular season (between Memorial Day and Labor Day) the weekly rate (4-7 days) is the minimum rate available. For Memorial Day, Labor Day, and during the off-season we offer a lower weekend rate that includes picking up the trailer on Friday afternoon and returning the trailer Monday morning before 8am.

Here is the rental chart--with taxes--for all rental periods:

rental chart (pdf, 10k)

Reservations: Reservations can be made at any time during the year. We recommend making a reservation at least one week in advance of your intended pick-up date. For busy times like July 4th and the last week in July a reservation at least one month in advance is advisable.

We try to accommodate walk-in guests and last-minute reservations if we have campers available and if our schedule allows it . Please call ahead to see how our schedule looks and how many campers are available. You can also check rental camper availability.

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Deposit: A $100.00 reservation/cleaning deposit must accompany the reservation. The deposit is separate from the rental fee. When you return the camper (in clean and undamaged condition) the deposit is refunded to you.

Please note card transactions for the deposit and rent are processed through our rental company, Southwest Rentals.

Cancellations: Deposits for cancellations made within ten days of the pick-up day are not refundable. Deposits for cancellations made at least eleven days prior to the pick-up day are refundable less a $10 processing fee.

Payment: The rental fee plus tax is due when you pick up the camper. We accept cash and all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express).

Hook-up Time: We hook-up campers by appointment only. Please call between 7:30am and 10:00am on your pick-up day for firm appointment time.

The normal hook-up times are 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the afternoon, depending on our schedule. Morning appointments can be arranged but your rent would start that day (for all afternoon appointments the rent starts the next day--this provides a free evening to pack, familiarize yourself with the camper, etc.)

Plan on being here about an hour so we can show you how the camper works, have you inspect the camper, and hook up the camper to your vehicle.

Inside the camper we provide a reminder card with the instructions and troubleshooting tips we cover during the rental demonstration. The instruction card looks like this:

reminder sheet (pdf 51k)

Battery/Power Hook-up: Some campgrounds have a 110V power hook-up; the camper has a 20' power cord to connect to this power source.

If your campground does not have 110V power the camper's heater, lights, water pump, and powered roof vent (on the 176 and 208) will operate from a 12V battery. A fully-charged battery comes with the camper. However, you may need to charge the battery during your trip.

If you have a "hot lead" or charging circuit in your vehicle's trailer wiring, the battery will charge automatically from your tow vehicle.

If your tow vehicle is not equipped with a hot lead, you can charge the camper battery by hooking up jumper cables to your car battery and idling your tow vehicle. In this case, you will need your own jumper cables to hook-up the battery (we'll show you how to charge the battery during the pick-up demonstration).

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Towing: Our rental campers use a 2" coupler. On the tow vehicle the top of the ball to the ground should measure ~21". A ball that is higher or lower than this by a few inches will work just fine.

For exterior lights (tail lights, brake lights, turn signals) the 176, 206LT, and 208 can use a 4-prong flat or a 7-prong round (US version). We also have adapters for 6-prong round connectors.

The 208 and 228LT requires a 7-prong round (US version) and a brake controller. If you want to rent the 208 or 228LT but do not have a brake controller on your vehicle we highly recommend these two hitch companies for brake controller installation:

(Most car dealerships and U-Haul locations also install brake controllers.) Further details regarding brake controllers for the 228LT.

A popular option for those not wanting a permanently-mounted brake controller on their tow vehicle is a wireless brake controller called the Curt Echo that operates from your cell phone and plugs into your tow vehicle's 7-prong connector. The hitch companies listed above (and this Etrailer page) will have more information about this brake controller.

Tax: The rental tax for Denver is 8.81%

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A Pre-Delivery Information sheet comes attached to your reservation/deposit receipt and has a summary of the rental details as well as some common sense advice on the back-side. In case you misplace your receipt, here's the Pre-Delivery Information.

Other rental information

Reminder: card transactions for the deposit and rent are processed through our rental company, Southwest Rentals.

For more details on renting a pop-up camper please check the Rental FAQ, write Mark an email, or please call us at 303-922-6221.

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*Although we rent campers year-round, the water system will be winterized (non-functional) from October through April. For cold-weather camping we recommend bringing your own water jugs and keeping them in the camper where the furnace will help prevent the water jugs from freezing.

**"Sleeps 6" and "sleeps 8" --technically, yes. Realistically, though, not so much. The factory sets the "sleeps __" number based on the number of beds in the camper, not necessarily on the size of each bed in the camper.

For example, a 60" x 80" bed is considered to sleep two people even though it could hold three children. A 36" x 64" dinette that converts into a bed is considered to also sleep two people even though it could barely fit one adult.

Bottom line: look for the dimensions listed for each bed to see what size you're actually getting. More details at Not All Dinettes are Created Equal.

***Some features included on sale trailers are not included on rental trailers. To be clear: our rental trailers do not come with an awning, grill, overhead cabinet, prep table, roof rack, storage nets, or a battery. A battery can be rented from us but the other items are a logistical nightmare and, thus, not available for rental. Thank you for understanding!

Fine Print: Roberts Sales reserves the right to change prices, model-year, model, specifications, and camper components at any time without notice. That sounds scary--the only reason we'd change anything from what was agreed upon when a reservation was made is if a catastrophic event renders a camper completely unusable in which case we would make every effort to find a similar camper. For the record, we have never turned away a customer WHO HAS A RESERVATION due to a camper being out of commission.

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