2717 5 Street
Nisku, AB T9E 0C2
Used 2018 Jayco Jay Series Sport 12UD
Jayco Jay Sport 12UD camping trailer highlights:
- Two 1,050 LB-Capacity Tent End Beds
- Carry-Out Stove
- 2-Year Limited Warranty
- Beauflor Vinyl Flooring
- U-Shaped Booth Dinette
- Sleeps Seven
This Jay Sport camping trailer is the perfect way to hit the open road at a moment's notice. This entire unit is compact and easy to tow, yet it comes packed full of usable living space, like the U-shaped booth dinette which turns into a bed whenever you need it to. The two tent end beds hold up to 1,050 pounds and protect you from moisture while you sleep with their DuraTek water-repellent tent coverings. The carry-out stove is a convenient way for you to cook dinner outdoors when the weather is nice, and the residential-sized cabinetry is helpful when storing all of those pots and pans.
In this camping trailer by Jayco, you can trust the very foundation it has been built upon because the integrated A-frame has been designed to prevent corrosion and buckling while on the road. The one-piece wooden floor deck is known as the strongest in the industry, and the wall-to-wall Beauflor vinyl flooring keeps the interior of this camper looking fresh and stylish. Not only is the base of this structure built with quality craftsmanship, but so is the one-piece fiberglass roof that is shaped into a dome for better water run off and leak prevention. On top of all of this, Jayco has included its 2-year limited warranty so that the only thing you need to worry about is where you will be taking your next adventure in this camping trailer.
April 27, 2017Very great buying experience from beginning to end. - Britani
|Length||15 ft 6 in|
|Ext Width||7 ft 1 in|
|Ext Height||4 ft 10 in|
|Int Height||6 ft 10 in|
|Hitch Weight||225 lbs|
|Gross Weight||2750 lbs|
|Dry Weight||1875 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||875 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||28.2 gals|
|Available Beds||Full Tent End, Queen Tent End|
|Refrigerator Size||2 cu ft|
|Number of Awnings||1|
|LP Tank Capacity||20|
|Number of LP Tanks||1|
|Electrical Service||30 amp|
More than 50 years and still fun!
Peace and love were in the air—and so was entrepreneurial spirit. In 1968, Lloyd and Bertha Bontrager set out to make a family dream a reality in their quiet corner of Northern Indiana. Let the fun begin!
In the '70s, while families gathered around the newfangled video boxes (TVs of course!), we began to make a name for ourselves too, acquiring competitors, delivering new products and selling internationally for the first time. Look out, TVs! We’ve got an idea for family time too.
Jayco was established among the powers of the RV industry in the '80s and we mourned the loss of our fearless leader, Lloyd, in a tragic plan crash. That did not stop the momentum, but instead we doubled down on the vision for family fun.
In the '90s Jayco acquired Starcraft, one of the oldest and most respected builders of campers. Lloyd was inducted into the RV Hall of Fame. We built and shipped our 300,000 unit in 1997, and our new corporate headquarters facility was completed in Middlebury, Indiana.
In 2002, Jayco introduced the Jay Flight travel trailers which as of today, has been the #1 selling travel trailers in North America for thirteen years straight. In 2006, we built and shipped our 500,000th unit, and introduced the first lightweight toy hauler travel trailer built with a wider stance, known first as the Talon. And, in 2008, we acquired assets of the former Travel Supreme and launched the Class A diesel-pusher Entegra Coach division.
Between four division of Jayco, Starcaft RV, Entegra Coach and Highland Ridge RV in May of 2016, we built and celebrated our 1,000,000the unit in total. On July 1st of the same year, Jayco Corporation, including all of the brands of Jayco, Starcraft RV, Entegra Coach, and Highland Ridge RV, was acquired by Thor Industries.
Fast forward to the '20s, a global pandemic reawakened everyone's desire to get outside and sparked another golden age for the RVing community. With eyes toward a bright future, Jayco, Entegra Coach, Highland Ridge and Starcraft unified as the Jayco Family of Companies.