Outdoor RV Kitchens

 

Technology and innovation are advancing. With this, comes new ideas and products. In the recreational vehicle world, there is always room for improvement. There is always something that could be done bigger or better. When the travel trailer was first conceived, they were used mainly for the traveling Romani people and showmen who spent a lot of their life in horse-drawn trailers. The first leisure trailer was invented by the Bristol Carriage Company in 1880 for Dr. W Gordon-Stables. It was 18 feet long, pretty basic and named the Wanderer.

Fast-forwarding time, we now have luxury trailers of a different sort. We have ones that boast many TV’s, slide-out rooms, king-sized beds and more. But there is a new feature addition to the travel trailer family. Cooking inside can make the camper hot. But what if we were to cook outside with our own kitchen? Not over a campfire, but an actual kitchen built on the outside of your RV? Wish granted! Newer models are being redesigned with not one, but two kitchens. The standard full-sized kitchen inside and a second mini-kitchen on the outside.

Sounds too good to be true. You can use a second kitchen as extra cooking space to expedite a family cookout while camping. Or just to use as a simple cook space while enjoying the outdoors with friends and family. Most outdoor kitchens come standard with a mini-fridge, 2-burner stove top and a sink. There is usually ample storage and cabinet space around them as well.

We are featuring a brand new 2013 Forest River Flagstaff Super Lite 29BHKD for $30,939. Not only does this trailer have an outdoor kitchen, it also has enough room to sleep 8 and has a spacious interior. To see these amazing new travel trailers for yourself, check out the selection we offer at your local Oklahoma City RV dealer.

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