Bigfoot 1987 Vintage Boler-Style Trailer

4.6(8 reviews)
  • Travel Trailer
  • Sleeps 4
  • 13 ft
Coquitlam, BC
Bigfoot 1987 Vintage Boler-Style Trailer in Coquitlam, British Columbia
Bigfoot 1987 Vintage Boler-Style Trailer in Coquitlam, British Columbia
Bigfoot 1987 Vintage Boler-Style Trailer in Coquitlam, British Columbia
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1987 Bigfoot RV Bigfoot 1987

This is my vintage Bigfoot 1987 Boler-style camper! It is newly renovated with brand new cushion covers, numerous places for storage, and a fresh coat of paint to create a relaxing vibe for your next trip to the woods. Bigfoot requires an 2 inch ball for the hitch and 7 pin connection for the taillights to operate. She also requires electrical hook up for the lights, fridge and ceiling fan to operate (please see details for ceiling fan further below). A hose is provided for water hook-up. There are two propane tanks on the front of the trailer that need to be on in order for the stove and fridge to work (please see propane tank usage further below). Items for use in trailer include: Utensils: 4 forks 4 knives 6 spoons Plastic spatula 2 Large plastic spoons Wooden spoon Whisk Large and small cutting knife Kitchen scissors Can opener Bottle opener Pie serving knife Measuring cups Regular tongs BBQ tongs BBQ spatula Rubber BBQ brush Dish scrubber Cookware included: 2 pots Frying pan Colander Cutting board Dishes included: 6 dinner plates 5 small plates 6 cups 4 bowls Other items: Adapter for trailer electrical cord (some campsites require this specific type of plug) Plug-in heater 2 plug-in fans Small hose 2 stabilizers to balance trailer Electrical pump for tires (must be plugged into car to operate) External battery charger Screwdriver (to open vent to turn on fridge) Wrench (to secure propane tanks at front) Lighter Salt and pepper Dish soap Hand soap VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ BELOW: - The fridge and stove require adequate propane flow to operate. When turning on the propane, turn the valves on the tanks VERY SLOWLY to allow adequate propane flow. This is the most common mishap while firing up the fridge and stove. - The ceiling fan runs ONLY on the trailer battery. It is NOT a replacement for air conditioning and must only be used for shorter amounts of time. You can use it for a quick cool down or to help prevent moisture build up. If battery comes back dead it is a $130 charge. - I recommend you bring ice packs for the fridge, if you intend to keep your items cold while on the road, and possibly a cooler for extra storage for refrigerated items as the trailer's fridge is quite small! Thanks for your interest, and happy camping!
1100 lbs
Hitch Weight
232 lbs
Hitch Size
13 ft
Type of RV
Travel Trailer


1 bunk beds
1 dinette bed


15% discount
20% discount
Security Deposit
Fully refundable

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What this RV offers

Kitchen sink
Stove range
Family friendly
Pet friendly
Leveling jacks


4-Pin Temporary Taillights : $18

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Hosted by NIKI
Joined in 2021
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4.6(8 reviews)
Mick R. Jul 2023
Niki was an absolutely pleasure to deal with. She was very honest and open about all the details of the trailer, and very quick to respond to all my question. The trailer itself was perfect - nice and cozy for myself, wife in the double and our 2 toddlers in the bunk beds. We didn't use the stove or fridge - but good to know they were there!
Rowenna G. Oct 2022
Camper was fantastic and Nikki was a great ‘host’! The camper was well stocked and super clean :)
Christine W. Aug 2022
Super cute trailer, very easy to tow... the owner was very friendly and flexible with puck up/ drop of. Recommend!

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