Researching and deciding which style of RV we would buy was no easy task. To make it even more difficult, we decided on a manufacturer that discontinued production of their motorhomes in 2008. Oh, and they were made in Canada and weren't widely distributed in the US. Our search for Bigfoot felt quite similar to searching for an actual Sasquatch. In the end, our persistence paid off and we found exactly what we were looking for.
Most RVs are not built for full-time traveling, so some modifications were necessary to make Bigfoot a home. For more information, pictures, and videos of the renovation, follow us!
what makes bigfoot special
We can travel comfortably 365 days a year:
Patented Fibercore wall system means extra strength and insulation for the walls, roof, and floors
Heated & insulated holding tanks
Solar-reflective thermal pane windows
Abundance of exterior (basement) storage
We are able to boondock (off-grid camp) easily:
Equipped with solar energy
Freshwater tank capacity is 64 gallons—nearly twice the capacity of similar RVs
Inverter charger provides AC power without running the generator