Enjoy camping with your family in this Heartland Prowler 26P RBK featuring a rear bath layout, an outdoor camp kitchen, and single slide out.
Enter and see how spacious the main living area is with the slide out booth dinette and pantry fully expanded. There is also a sofa straight ahead as you enter that provides even more seating which can easily be made into sleeping space at night for extra guests. A TV entertainment center is located opposite the sofa along the interior wall adjacent to the slide. This can easily be viewed from any seating in the room.
A sliding door to the right of the entrance leads to a front master bedroom. Inside find a queen size bed, and dual bedside wardrobes for your clothes.
A kitchen area to the left of the entry door offers a double sink, three burner range, refrigerator, and overhead storage for dishes and things.
The rear corner bath provides an angled shower, toilet and sink, plus small linen storage and overhead medicine cabinet.
Outside this unit you will also enjoy the ease of cooking with a camp kitchen at your fingertips. There is a swing arm grill, refrigerator, single sink, counter space and storage, plus so much more!
|Length||30 ft 2 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft|
|Ext Height||11 ft 2 in|
|Hitch Weight||580 lbs|
|Dry Weight||6250 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||42 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Furnace BTU||35000 btu|
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Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC, Elkhart, Ind., was founded in 2003 by a quintet of RV veterans. Their philosophy is lower numbers mean a better market and better dealers. That was one of the reasons why all of them left their previous companies to bring Heartland RV to the public.
The first product created by Heartland was a high-end fifth wheel. The LANDMARK which was aimed at extended-stay RVers who spend a lot of time in their coaches at one location was picked to create first on purpose because it was going to be the hardest to build and they wanted to prove that they could do it and do it right.