Our Rolling Cabins provide a clean, comfortable and safe place to sleep at the end of a great day of exploration. Many of the places we go don’t have hotels, dorm rooms or any accommodations at all.
The Rolling Cabins are an updated version of the traditional camp cabin. They're much more like home with air conditioning (110 degrees in Moab) and heat (25 degrees in Yellowstone), a full bathroom with shower, kitchen with refrigerator stove and microwave.
We take our cabins with us to each camp. This saves tons of time getting to and from our daily adventures. When you first arrive at camp you unpack just once for your entire stay.
When you arrive at camp you will get a bunk and cabinet for your stuff.
There is only two rules for your bunk and stuff in the cabin, nothing can be left on the floor and no food in your bunks.
Let me state that again, so long as your stuff is on your bed or in your cabinet you're good to go.
You unpack and pack only once.
We have too much to do to bother with making sure all your stuff is in order
No we don't make our beds every day!
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