I'm curious, why did you get tired of towing it? Does it get to the point where it's a hassle? How large is your tent trailer?
Over 20 years of California camping (tent & pop-up) We had been every where we wished to go several times.
I have loved Trinity County & The Trinity Alps since my first trip there in 1986.
Great scenery, year round fishing, nice people, gorgeous clean lakes, terrific kayaking & hiking makes it the ideal place for me. Add in a complete lack of crowds makes it the perfect camping place for us.
Add in a number of blow-outs, cost of storage in the Bay Area ($60 a month)plus the cost of gas all contributed to our choice.
Congrats on your purchase. From the years that I used one, my best advice is to do everything you can with propane IF you are Dry Camping. 12vdc is for furnace only, add to that the new lovely LEDs, and it's all good. Percolator for the coffee, lantern on a distribution post, mounted on a 20#er, grill outside, and life is good. The 20 you use for light and cooking doubles as a spare bottle for the furnace. If you go in really cold weather you might want to add a 2nd 12v battery to run the furnace. For less weight use a catalytic heater, then you won't need a 2nd battery.
Im my OLD Coleman, I didn't even take a battery along. Just a flashlight, 2ea 20# propane, and a couple 1# bottles of prop for portable longterm light. Normal time out was 3-7 days, Not in CGs, just by the stream.
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