PO Box 2291
Midland, MI 48641-2291
New 2018 Solitude 300GK Fifth Wheel
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Solitude 300GK Description
Step inside and notice the openness thanks to dual opposing slides in the main living and kitchen area. There is a free standing dinette and theatre seating slide out along the curbside to the left of the door. This is perfect for dining and just hanging out.
Along the rear of this unit find a full wall entertainment center with a LED TV and fireplace. There is also overhead storage as well. The tri-fold sofa adjacent which is part of the kitchen slide offers a great conversation area that is perfect for entertaining family or friends.
You will find that cooking will be a pleasure with the amenities provided. Like home you can enjoy an 18 cu. ft. refrigerator, and a three burner range with overhead microwave oven, plus pull-out trash cans within the sofa slide out. There is also plenty of storage with overhead cabinets and a side pantry just off the slide that features linen storage above which is accessible from inside the bathroom. A handy kitchen island with a double sink and side hutch including overhead storage creates a gourmet work space. You may choose an optional dishwasher as well.
Head up the steps to the right of the entry door and find a coat closet and a complete side aisle bath on your left. Here you can enjoy a shower with seat and overhead skylight, a toilet, and a vanity with vessel bowl sink for cleaning up each day. The space saving sliding door allows for more room in the bathroom as well as out in the hall.
At the head of this Solitude fifth wheel you will find the master bedroom where you can retreat to after a fun filled day. Enjoy the slide out queen or optional king size bed with pull-out ottoman at the foot of the bed. There is a dresser along the curbside wall with an LED TV above, and a full front closet with a section prepped for a washer and dryer if you choose to add, plus so much more!
You will appreciate the exterior unobstructed pass-through storage when loading and unloading your outdoor gear, and the universal docking station as well.
If you want you can choose a residential refrigerator with this same floorplan layout by selecting model 300GK R.
Solitude 300GK Specifications
|Length||34 ft 11 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft 5 in|
|Ext Height||13 ft 5 in|
|Interior Color||Linen, Java|
|Hitch Weight||2635 lbs|
|Gross Weight||15000 lbs|
|Dry Weight||12100 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||93 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||100 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||50 gals|
|Furnace BTU||40000 btu|
|Refrigerator Type||Stainless Steel 4 Door|
|Refrigerator Size||18 cu ft|
|Number of Awnings||2|
|Axle Weight||7000 lbs|
|LP Tank Capacity||60|
|Water Heater Capacity||12 gal|
|Water Heater Type||Gas/Electric|
|AC BTU||30000 btu|
|TV Info||LR LED, BR LED|
|Awning Info||14'5" & 10'4" Power|
|Shower Type||Shower w/Seat|
|Electrical Service||50 amp|
Solitude 300GK Reviews
My Second Luxury 5th Wheel
2016 Solitude 300GK
What I liked most: This model is lovely and fit our "half-timer" needs perfectly. It is spacious, has a lot of inside and outside storage, a dishwasher (and I don't mean my wife-;) ), lots of windows, and a huge 18 cf refer. It's a great floorplan for a couple doing extended stay type RVing. We usually do two 90 day great adventures birding around the country. We will usually stay a week at a location and move on so we are both enjoying the ease of set up/break down as well as the luxury of the amenities of this rig. My first 5th wheel was a 2003 37' Newmar Kountry Star. It was a beautiful rig and was a great find for us. When it started getting old, last year, we started looking for a replacement. Newmar stopped making 5th wheels in 2012 I think and we wanted to buy new. We camped beside a Grand Design product and got into a discussion with the owners. They were very informative so we looked them up. What I think I'm most impressed with is the customer support Grand Design is willing to give. It is truely above anything I've ever experienced. With all trailers you have to figure there will be issues if you pull them around a lot. We pulled the Newmar over 40k and had issues but nothing you wouldn't expect being the rig is in a constant "3.0 earthquake" rolling down the road. You have to expect things to loosen or bend so don't go into this thinking that just because it's expensive that it will be flaw free unless of course you just go plant it somewhere. With persisitant preventative maintenance and a pattern of checking things as you "roll", a "do it yourself" type person (me) can catch and manage most issues that come up. The support from the manufacurer is what makes the biggest difference. Our Grand Design dealer is also very cooperative. I recently had an issue with the hub seals letting grease get on the drum and brakes. Both the dealer and Grand Design jumped right in and fixed this at no cost to me other than getting the rig to the shop. That's fantastic service!
What I'd improve: I don't think there is a thing I would change. Each model year they do improvements but for us this was a perfect fit.5 years ago | Ted H. from Athol, MA