5th Wheel Road Vessel aka Recreational Vehicle
We purchased our Heartland Landmark is luxury 5th wheel measuring total 41′ 6″ in December of 2015. The “365” indicates that the Landmark is a full-timers’ coach. Liberty was an ‘all electric’ coach however, since owning her, we’ve added and modified her to enable us to enjoy boondocking and living off the grid. (ie. gas cooktop, 990 watts solar package, etc.).
Our Landmark Liberty has a large bedroom with king-sized bed, corner vanity with sink, ample sized nightstand, closet and lots of storage. She has a large kitchen with Furrion gas cooktop, Furrion convection microwave, residential full-size refrigerator and full kitchen island with farmer’s sink. It also came equipped with two large recliners, dining table with chairs, and a large sleeper sofa. We remodeled the inside with a ‘Key West’ themed makeover which included removing the sleeper sofa and replacing it with a 7′ table/desk with two chairs that completes our remote workspace.
Before acquiring our Landmark, we owned a 2014 Heartland Cyclone 4100 5th wheel toy hauler. She was 44′ long with an 8′ extension ‘party deck’ (garage ramp that was suspended by cables) off her stern. She had a king sized bed, full bath (including actual tub!), full indoor entertainment package, loft bed and two queen sized optional beds in the garage with 1/2 bath. We purchased the Cyclone to haul our two Harley Davidson Softails in the garage.
After a year and a half on the road, we reevaluated our RV lifestyle and living space and opted to trade her in for a full-time luxury fifth wheel.
Liberty is pulled by our 2014 Ram Cummins Diesel Dually. We named Captain America because he’s strong, sturdy and is our super hero on the road. His towing capacity rates at 30,000 pounds. He’s equipped with a 24,000 pound CURT Q24 hitch system. Captain America has also a self-installed 35 gallon auxiliary diesel fuel tank in the truck bed.