This was the first time that I camped with a Taxa Tiger Moth mini RV from Northirn Overland. Our little RV also had a fold-up tent on the top, so the little ones could sleep upstairs, while the adults could stay inside the RV on the pull-out sofa bed.
There was a pull-out kitchen at the back of the RV. We were able to cook with a tank of propane. Super convenient!
Since the set-up wasn’t too heavy, our hybrid car had enough power to tow it to and from the camp grounds. Plus, we all kept dry during the down pour of rain for the last two nights.
According to their website, the “Urban Safari Rescue Society, ….rescue and care for exotic animals surrendered to us, as well as educate the public about animals, the natural world and conservation issues. The numbers of animals our dedicated group of volunteers and staff care for is always growing. We provide a safe, secure home for these unwanted animals for the rest of their natural lives.”
There were many different types of amazing reptiles, amphibians and furry creatures. Naturally, there were all sorts of creepy crawlers too like insects and such.
It was a nice place to spend some time with the family to walk around and learn about the different animals. Donations were gladly accepted too!