Dave Solberg

RV Show—Winnebago National Park Version

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Want to get out and visit some of the beautiful National Parks, but afraid to drive a big rig around the tight bends and narrow campground sites? Some National Park campgrounds have length restrictions due to the smaller sites built in the early days of development. The Winnebago Vista 29NP Class A is just the ticket, as it comfortably sleeps six but is under 30 feet. The special paint scheme is complemented by the blackout rims, trim, and special tread tires that hold up better to the rigors of a little “off-roading.”

Join Duane Cyrus and our own Dave Solberg as we walk around the Canyon Land Edition with a very large outside rear television, full exterior kitchen, and a 270-degree armless awning that not only covers the passenger side, but also has a wrap-around Alu-Cab batwing awning that wraps around the back to provide continuous shade for some heavy-duty camping in the heat of the day.

Winnebago has been in the RV industry for 65 years and implements what they call “VOC,” or voice of the customer, to bring features and benefits that their buyers want. Typically in a unit under 30 feet, there is some compromise, such as either a couch or dinette. However, in the 29NP you get both, and with the full-wall driver-side slide-out and passenger-side rear bed slide-out, this unit has the livability of a much larger coach in a convenient length for the National Parks. The full-sized king bed is 70″ x 80″ with an upgraded innerspring mattress, and the walkaround bed features a full-size wardrobe.

If you want to boondock, the 320 amp-hour Lithium batteries, three panel solar chargers, and charge controller provide three times the unplugged power. Plus, the 12-volt compressor driven refrigerator operates at half the power requirement of the traditional residential model running through an inverter. And all this energy can be monitored by the new Winn App that shows not only tank levels, but power available in the batteries, too.

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