Jayco®, maker of America’s Most Liveable RVs™, has unveiled the Jay Flight Bungalow™, the new park trailer that allows you to take your home with you to your favorite vacation spot. The Bungalow’s spacious and comfortable living space is ideal for a long-term springtime or summer stay at the lake or in the mountains.
The Bungalow park trailer is more permanent and home-like than a traditional RV but less expensive than on-site building. Because the Bungalow is a travel trailer, it’s easy to move from a summer in the mountains to a winter by the sea.
With its two open 40-foot floorplan designs and ample living and storage space, you’ll feel right at home. The Bungalow comes packed with standard features, including a 60-inch patio door, Northridge Maple cabinetry, washer/dryer prep for stackable units, Big Easy™ entrance step with 10-inch deep treads, extra large picture window at dinette, 40,000 BTU furnace with wall thermostat, 18 cu. ft. residential-style 110V refrigerator with ice maker and 20-inch free-standing four-burner gas range with oven.
To complement the standard equipment on the Jay Flight Bungalow, the Customer Value Package comes with 15,000 BTU central air conditioning with wall thermostat and louvered-directional ceiling vents, ABS garden tub surround, bathroom power vent, double 30 lb. propane gas bottles w/regulator, home theater system, Dolby® Digital 5.1 Surround Sound w/DVD, microwave oven with carousel, quilted bedspread, sink cover/cutting board, tub/shower skylight and water heater bypass system.
About Jayco, Inc.
Jayco is the largest privately held manufacturer of recreation vehicles in the world. The company manufactures and markets RVs under the Jay Series, Select, Baja, J/Trax, Jay Feather, Jay Flight, Jay Flight Bungalow, Eagle, Designer, Octane ZX, Recon ZX, Greyhawk, Melbourne and Seneca brand names. For more information on Jay Flight Bungalow park trailers and other Jayco products, call 1-800-RV-JAYCO, visit www.jayco.com, or write Jayco, Inc., 903 S. Main, Middlebury, Ind., 46540.
Posted on March 14, 2007