The EarthRoamer RV will take you through any terrain you can find and do it with ease.
The EarthRoamer RV is no run-of-the-mill recreational vehicle. It is the RV’s bigger, badder cousin and chews up rough terrain like a pack of wolves tear into a fresh kill.
And once the driving is finally done and you make it to your destination, the EarthRoamer offers all the amenities of the fanciest RV money can buy. There are not many places that this vehicle won’t be able to take you…
Money is something you will need plenty of if you want to call yourself an EarthRoamer owner. With prices approaching a half a million dollars, EarthRoamers don’t come cheap. They are built by hand in Colorado to exacting specifications with pride by the family-owned company.
You will feel right at home in the spacious and amenity-filled interior of the EarthRoamer. That looks like one heck of a camp kitchen. No more burnt food cooked over a campfire to eat when you are operating out of one of these bad boys.
The amenities include:
The exclusive voyage vehicles feature kitchens with full-sized microwaves and sinks; standup-height shower and bath areas; indulgent sleeping compartments with room for up to six people in super-stretch models; solar systems; motor- and diesel-powered hot water heaters; massive fuel and water capacity; satellite TV and Wi-Fi; video-GPS tracking systems; spacious living and dining arrangements; ample storage units; big, sunny insulated windows; a star-gazing roof-hatch; and more.
You will feel in complete control behind the wheel of this beastly vehicle. Once you learn what all of the buttons do. The EarthRoamer makes for the perfect base of operations for any outdoor expedition including camping, hunting, and fishing trips into the deepest backcountry you can find.
Pre-owned models are available in the $100,000 range. After experiencing the freedom that an EarthRoamer offers, you may never want to go back home anyways.
Why not live out of this incredible vehicle and hunt or fish your way across the country? Sounds like a great use of time to me. Hey, we can all dream!
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