Enjoy camping in this Solitude fifth wheel model 310GK where you will find a rear living layout, triple slides for added interior space, plus a convenient kitchen island, and more!
Step inside using the aluminum 4 step entry. To your left is a combined kitchen and living space featuring dual opposing slides. There is a slide out free standing dinette and theater seating for two to the left of the door. Along the rear wall enjoy more seating with a tri-fold sofa including overhead cabinets. This can easily be used for sleeping space for family or overnight guests. Opposite the theatre seats you will find an entertainment center with a telescoping TV including a fireplace beneath. This is within the slide out that also features the kitchen appliances.
You will easily be able to cook up light meals and snacks with the provided three burner range including an overhead microwave oven as well. There is a pull-out trash bin for convenience, overhead cabinetry for your daily dishes and things, plus an 18 cu. ft. refrigerator. Along the interior wall you will find a hutch with storage above, and a counter area for food prep and serving. You will also love the convenience of the center island which features a double sink. It has also been prepped for a dishwasher which would save you clean up time so that you can get back to enjoying your time outdoors quicker.
Head up the steps to a side aisle bath and front master. The bathroom features a shower with skylight and seat, a toilet, and a vanity with sink, plus overhead cabinet.
In the very front you are sure to enjoy the slide out queen, or optional king, for a great night's sleep. There is a pull-out ottoman off the rear of the bed, a dresser opposite with a TV, and a front wall wardrobe for hanging clothes. There is also a closet that has been prepped for a washer and dryer, and so much more!
On the outside enjoy the pass-through storage compartment and universal docking station. This unit is also available with a residential refrigerator. Choose model 310GK R for this option.
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