Originally called “flat bottom wagons” or “Home on the Range”, this transition period wagon was built with rubber tires and more modern running gear, making it larger and more portable.
Flat bottom wagons can include a cupola for light and ventilation, and a copper top – a unique design element that can be applied to any style of wagon. An exterior shower accommodates the “great outdoorsman”.
These wagons have more floor space and can sleep more people. Besides its traditional role as a fishing camp, these wagons are adaptable to a variety of purposes and floor plans including a library or guest bath. Or, for the “out-of-the-house-office” we design custom built-in desks, cabinets and task lighting for those working late into the night.