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Rockwood Campers Are Top Of The Line
If you and your family want to enjoy the Great Outdoors without having to sacrifice the comforts of home, then you have to get Rockwood campers from Forest River. Forest River is one of America’s leading manufacturers of recreational vehicles; its line of campers includes travel trailers, fifth wheels, tent campers and motor homes. Founded in 1996 by CEO Peter Liegl, the company was sold to holding company Berkshire Hathaway, which is controlled by investor Warren Buffett.
There are four lines of Rockwood travel trailers – Ultra Lite, Signature Ultra Lite, Mini Lite and Windjammer. There are seven models of the Ultra Lite line, 16 of the Signature Ultra Lite, 11 of the Mini Lite and four of the Windjammer. Exterior features of all lines include aluminum frame (floor, sidewall and roof), vinyl roof, an exterior shower, two 20-lb gas bottles, an auto gas/electric refrigerator, aluminum bed and dinette frames and stabilizer jacks. Interior features include screwed-in cabinets, six gallon gas water heater and gas range. Accessories include digital AM/FM/CD stereo with remote, LCD TV (except in Mini Lite models) and DVD player. Optional features include microwave oven, gas oven, awning, additional LCD TVs, heated mattresses and swivel chairs.
There are also three series of Rockwood pop up camper – Premier, Freedom and High Wall. Premier (6 models) and High Wall (5 models) models are for those who want features comparable to those on regular travel trailers, including necessities as three-burner stove or indoor range, microwave oven, water filtration or purifier system and water pump, as well as accessories such as AM/FM stereo with CD player and TV outlet with cable and satellite hookup. The High Wall even includes an interior hard wall shower with flush toilet that includes a 12-gallon black water holding tank. The Freedom series (17 models), on the other hand, are cheaper models with more basic amenities.
Rockwood also produces a line of hybrid pop ups, called Roo, which combine features of expandable campers and regular RVs. The line’s exterior features include aluminum frame, fiberglass sidewalls, outside shower, refrigerator, aluminum bed and dinette frame and front stabilizer jacks. Interior features include screwed and glued cabinetry, three burner gas range, indoor/outdoor table, large dinette picture window, bunk fan/light combination, wood cabinet doors, six gallon water heater, gas range and an AM/FM/Cassette/CD stereo with remote. Options include air conditioner, double door refrigerator, outdoor gas grill with worktable, heated mattresses and conventional table.
Whichever model of Rockwood trailers you choose, it is sure to enhance your outdoor adventure with your family.
Official Rockwood Website: http://www.forestriverinc.com/