Before we purchased our camper, we (actually my husband Jake) did a ton of research on campers and what each camper offered. We visited various dealerships and browsed countless online websites as well. After weeks of research, the Rockwood Geo Pro had everything we needed and more! We knew we wanted to do a lot of Boondocking as we have done a lot of dispersed camping or primitive camping with our tent. We learned the best, most scenic camping was at dispersed sites. You just can’t find solitude and peace at a crowded campground. So, we wanted a trailer that could handle going off-road. We were also interested in renewable energy that could power our batteries and not always have to rely on hook ups or a generator. Living in Colorado has its share of crazy weather, so we wanted to be prepared for all kinds of harsh conditions. With all of these things in mind, the Geo Pro was our answer!
Top 10 features that we love about the Geo Pro 19QB:
1. Off-road package (15” mud rover radial tires & lift kit)
2. Roof mount solar panel (100 watts with 1000 watt inverter)
3. Air conditioning (13,500 BTU, works amazingly, makes our camper a freezer locker if we don’t turn it off or lower the setting)
4. Keyless door entry (no need to always have keys to lock or unlock door)
5. Lots of storage cabinets
6. Queen sized bed
7. Shower Miser water saver (recycles clean water internally until water is hot, so that gray water tank does not get filled with clean water as water is getting hot)
8. Separate sink in bathroom
9. Maxxair ventilation (great at sucking out air from the interior of camper)
10. Azdel construction (exterior wall panels are Azdel material which is lighter than wood, better insulation, impervious to water, ie. no mold, no rotting, and stronger)
These are only 10 features that we love, but of course there are many more features that are great about our camper. One overall reason why we chose this brand is because if their quality of construction from the exterior to the interior. When we buy gear or “toys”, we like to really put it to use and get the most out of it. So, we wanted something that would be able to handle the rough terrain of the mountains and the unpredictable weather of Colorado.