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2010 Jayco Baja camping trailer - 14F
See reader's comments and experiences at bottom of page

"The Baja is made for adventurous RVers who like to haul equipment, gear and toys for exploring off-the-beaten-path terrain."

Important dimensions:
 The 14F floorplan is available for 2010 - we show this below.
Travel length 26'11", Campsite length 32'2"
Approx. travel height 6'8"
GVWR  7,500 lbs, UVW  3,845 lbs, CCC  3655 lbs
Tanks - fresh / black / grey - 36 / 11 / 5 gals
Starting MSRP $18,214
but see dealer for pricing
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Jayco Baja camping trailer exterior - 2010
Jayco says: "Offering a unique combination of high quality amenities and low maintenance features, Jayco camping trailers are light weight, simple to operate and a snap to maintain. The Baja has a hard-core Bike Port deck that holds up to 1,500 lbs. When you own a Baja, you’ll never have to leave your toys at home again."
Jayco Baja camping trailer in travel mode with toys loaded on bike port deck

Just some of the construction details:  Leveling jacks and heavy-duty A-frame construction, E-Coat™ protected frame, Electric brakes, Floor is undercoated and constructed of edge-sealed Structurwood™, Front storage deck with expanded steel surface and aluminum deck railing, Fiberglass exterior sidewalls, Outside shower

We show a picture of the well thought-out interior below. 

Jayco Baja camping trailer interior 

Standard features include: 12V high-intensity lighting, Automatic cut-off switch for interior lights, Bed flaps that cover edge of bed, Powder-coated white bunk end bows with adjustable tension tent supports, Tinted vinyl windows with fine mesh screening, C-clamp connection on tent supports, Door pulls with roller catch, Drawers are made of real wood, Bunk-end fan lights (2), Manchester Oak cabinetry, Coordinated furniture, designed and made by Jayco, Hinged dinette seat bases, Mildew-resistant aluminum ceiling, Non-sliding, 4" deep cushions for dinette with reversible EZ-clean vinyl backs, Prep for A/C accommodating all roof-mounted A/C's, Privacy curtains for end-bunks, SoftShade window shades and valances, Vinyl flooring wall to wall, Booth dinette, Granite-look countertop, Ball-bearing drawer guides 50-lb. capacity with full drawer extension, Brushed nickel hardware, Cup holders installed throughout, Heavy-duty entrance door securement latches, Bath/shower with hard walls and shower curtain (select models)

We show the 2010 14F floorplan below:

Jayco Baja camping trailer floorplan 14F

Standard kitchen equipment includes: Appliances are pre-plumbed for propane, Carry-out dinette table, Acrylic sink and faucet, 3-burner stove/oven with recessed stove ring, 6-gal. water heater, Microwave oven, Oversized oven, 3 cu.ft. 3-way gas/electric refrigerator (110V/12V/propane) (select models)

Options include: Multi-Media Sound System™ AM/FM/CD stereo with MP3 input jack and 2 inside and 2 outside speakers, Battery gauge, Polished aluminum rims, Self-storing awning, Water purification system, Solar prep, 3 cu.ft., 3-way gas/electric refrigerator (110V/12V/propane), 16,000 BTU furnace with auto-ignition, Heated bed mats (2), Portable, outside gas grill, Front storage box, Powered roof vent, Deluxe screen room, Roof-mount bike rack w/ double cross bars, Canadian Standards

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"The Baja is made for adventurous RVers who like to haul equipment, gear and toys for exploring off-the-beaten-path terrain"
We await a video of the 2010 Baja.  In the meanwhile we show a video of how Jayco's are made.
(Today's video is from
jdpinckert - many thanks)  

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KirkWe have an '09 Baja and love it. Off the beaten path doesn't really begin to describe where we pull it. There's a few things that I would change after using this for 3 season. 1. Winterizing instructions for the hot water tank are not clear about proper draining. I thought I had missed something and was an idiot, but I talked to another guy with a 28' Jayco and he did the exact same thing his first year too and it resulted in the same ruptured tank. So basically that's a $500.00 problem. 2. In hard rain water will push past the front seal for the cap-to-body area and things get a little moist so we've fabricated a vinyl bra for that seem to prevent the rain from driving in while in transit. 3. The roof vent unexpectedly started leaking for no apparent reason so we've had to re-seal it. 4. They should've at least painted the bare wood or used treated because we've had to wash mould out from the underside of the cap with mild bleach solution pretty much after each winter. 5. Although the dry box is a great idea it's in a ridiculous spot on the deck. To haul an atv the drybox must be removed. 6. An atv on the deck actually doesn't quite fit with the ramps on. You can make it work because the tires run low pressure so they'll squeeze in. It's the same for dirtbikes unless you angle them slightly, but you can't angle them if there's 3. 7. The water tank is a little small, but we just bring two 5 gallon drinking water jugs and use the onboard for coffee and dishes and we're good for 3-5 days of dry camping depending on how conservative we are. Despite these things we LOVE the trailer. Leaf sprung axle with shocks, 2000 lbs plus carrying capacity, a light tongue weight, trailer brakes, good ground clearance, and a king size bed! It tows awesome and when it's fully loaded, my diesel has no idea it's even there. We even avoided a sudden rush hour traffic halt in Seattle from 50mph to pretty much zero.
HaroldThe Jayco Baja looks just like the StarCraft 36RT I have a 2008 model got all the Amenities of a large travel trailer. The front deck is large and has the ability to carry most items you would need for camping. Easy to pull with my Suburban even without sway bars. A little heavy for cars and small vans.
RobitJI own a 2006 Baja and we are very happy with the precision everything is constructed with. It is a bit smaller than the 2010 but the front deck is great for hauling 'stuff'. We camp where there are no services and have to haul everything and the front deck is terrific. We do not use the inside shower as I set up one outside but everything else from the heat to the hot water, cassette toilet works like a charm. King bed on the front gives up plenty of space. We LOVE this trailer.
Ron MI think the 2010 model is a big improvement. I like the dinette slideout and the longer deck at the front.
Ross TexasThis is another camper I've looked at. Real nice. I like the feeling of space inside. I liked the dinette arrangement better on the Fleetwood Evolution but this had some good features. Priced ok and jayco have a good reputation.
BillI think its pretty neat, but I also read about the QUICKSILVER on this site, which for basically the same money, lets you walk into your camper and sleeps six, instead of crawling into a small, enclosed space. Good for hauling "stuff" but maybe not so much for camping.
mo thomasI love the bike carrier, what a great idea. This would be great for my family the only thing I dislike is the porta-potti arrangement but there's no space for anything else Have to use campground facilities
Isabelle RThis looks good. Our last pop up had rot problems so this time we're going to be very careful. I don't know if the undercoated floor deck constructed of Structurwood that jayco use is good. Anyone any experiences?
Russ We've now had 2 Jaycos and they've been excellent. My daughter is looking for a camper and this might just be perfect. The bike port deck would be useful for the kids bikes. Well thought out.
Ros MillerWe have a 2007 Jay series 106. We tow with a mini van and take it everywhere. Kids love it, dogs love it and we love it. The only problem is even though it's got a great layout and the inside seems huge there's just not enough storage. Dealer support has been good.
Craig MorrisJayco make great products. My last trailer was a Jayco Designer and we loved it. These camping trailers are cute and we're thinking we could get away with one of these without the cost and hassle of a big trailer. Looks like it's got everything you need.

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