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Travel Lite Falcon 27BHK

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine
Beyond the flashy green accent lighting, the 27BHK doesn’t skimp on creature comforts.

A sleek bunkhouse trailer that makes a statement in black and neon

Modern style meets classic function in the 2019 Travel Lite Falcon 27BHK bunkhouse trailer. The exterior is aluminum, and shoppers can choose from a range of graphics packages that will stand out at the campground, including black with neon-yellow striping. An outdoor kitchen with a refrigerator and two-burner range plus the standard electric awning create a comfortable outdoor entertaining area. Inside, the 74-inch-long bunks, stretched across the rear of the trailer, have their own slider window, which helps with airflow issues sometimes found in closed-off bunk areas. The kitchen has a stainless-steel cooktop, microwave and sink, along with enough counter space to hold a coffeemaker or prep a salad. The layout prioritizes storage with two cabinets below the dinette that can be accessed from outside the trailer. The north/south walkaround master bed will be particularly attractive to some folks. Upgrade options include the Extreme Sport Package containing an 80-watt solar panel, bike rack and roof rack with ladder.

Travel Lite | 855-831-3525 | www.travellitecampers.com

Headshot of authors and podcasters Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi.In addition to contributing to Trailer Life, Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi are writers for RVFTA.com and hosts of the RV Family Travel Atlas podcast. They are also the authors of Idiot’s Guides: RV Vacations. The couple spends as much time as possible exploring the country in a toy-hauler travel trailer with their three very energetic sons and Maggie the Camping Dog.

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