Background info: My wife and I are avid horse campers and trail riders. We have recently been informed that our favorite horse camp in the Shawnee Forest of So. IL has a spot for us. This is the sort of deal that you pay a monthly or annual fee and you get that spot reserved only for you. Folks without a "permanent" site take their chances on whatever other spots are available on a day-by-day basis. The spot includes water, electric and sewer hookups and pens for the horses. We have a horse trailer for transporting the horses and live about an hour from this camp. We are looking for a travel trailer to leave on this site pretty much year 'round. The camp allows you to add whatever amenities you'd like to your site as long as you stay within the boundaries of the site. I've seen some pretty elaborate set-ups! Here is what I know we'd like in a trailer: queen-sized bed, ducted A/C and heat w/furnace - thermostat controlled, kitchen can be fairly basic but needs a microwave and sink, ref/freezer that works off elec/batt/propane, shower stall and bathroom with sink and toilet and cabinets, dining area nice but not essential, if must choose between dining area and couch - couch big enough for two large dogs, wood paneling, plenty of closet space, CD/radio with internal/external speakers, awning. What I have described is basically what we already have in our LQ horse trailer. However, that trailer is not what I want to leave at this camp. It is for trips elsewhere. We have a smaller horse trailer for coming and going. I do not anticipate other occupants besides my wife and the dogs. When it comes to LQ horse trailer interiors, I know some of the quality brands and makers. I know nothing about travel trailers. I am looking for advice. Size, brands, styles? I have a tow vehicle that will handle much more trailer than I will need for sure! So, what comes to mind that might meet my requirements? What other questions might you ask me to help me further define what we need/want?