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Paul Hall

Washington, USA

Reviewed on April 12, 2024

RV reviewed 2017 Sylvan Sport GO Sylvan Sport view listing

4.6
This SylvanSport GO model is the most unique adventure trailer around! This unit features a waterproof tent system, insulated bed platforms along with four custom self-inflating air mattresses for multiple sleeping configurations including a king and a half-sized bed. There is also an exterior awning for cr... read more
This SylvanSport GO model is the most unique adventure trailer around! This unit features a waterproof tent system, insulated bed platforms along with four custom self-inflating air mattresses for multiple sleeping configurations including a king and a half-sized bed. There is also an exterior awning for creating a nice outdoor living space, and so much more! If you enjoy off the ground camping under the stars with all of the sounds and smells of the outdoors, you will love the tent system that can easily be set up in minutes. When it is time to move on, the tent stores neatly into the roof's storage box. If you enjoy a bit of off-road riding, you can raise the roof and enjoy the cargo area for a couple of dirt bikes, or even a quad. The Control-tilt cargo bed allows you to easily load without the use of ramps. Once you reach your destination you can easily set up the tent system and stay awhile or make it just a day trip and enjoy. There is a lockable gear storage box in front and on top for all of your things. The GO will easily transport 2 kayaks up on top, or even 6-8 bicycles with four on top and more inside. The storage space and hauling can easily be configured to accommodate almost any job. You can even take the top off and create an open top utility trailer where you can load your garden tractor and equipment and haul it across town. Or pick up a few building supplies to complete any landscaping or carpentry project with this unique unit. This mobile adventure trailer is your gear moving headquarters with LED lights, custom wheels including high flotation tires, and light enough that you can tow with just about any vehicle! Head out on your next adventure with the most unique camping trailer out there. It's like a backpack on wheels, your very own personal transformer. Make it into the camper, toy hauler, cargo carrier, and gear mover for all the cool things you enjoy and take it everywhere you dream to go! Ideal sized travel trailer for a couple Manufacturer and/or stock photographs may be used and may not be representative of the particular unit being viewed. Where an image has a stock image indicator, please confirm specific unit details with your dealer representative.
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5.0
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5.0
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3.0
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5.0
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Wendy

Reviewed on October 15, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Aliner Classic view listing

2.8
We purchased the Titanium 10' trailer. It is a joy to tow, set up and use. What I don' like about it is ... poor workanship. The laminate on the counters and tables are short on trim .. they stopped the trim about an inch where the trim ends exposing an ugly particle board groove. The screws around the wi... read more
We purchased the Titanium 10' trailer. It is a joy to tow, set up and use. What I don' like about it is ... poor workanship. The laminate on the counters and tables are short on trim .. they stopped the trim about an inch where the trim ends exposing an ugly particle board groove. The screws around the window were so tight the plastic has cracked at the screw locations. The spare tire was supported by a welded bracket, the weld broke at the bumper and where the tire attached. The weight of the tire bent the metal at a 45 degree angle away from the trailer and the bouncing also put a dent in the back of our trailer. The support bracket is toast and the bumped needs to be rewelded. The way the doors open inside the unit is odd. It is difficult to access stuff because of the swing .. sliders would have been better. The table top is not made to be used as part of bed support so you have this heavy ass table top you need to put somewhere when you use the table area as bed. I could go on and on. I would recommend if you are considering one, buy the cheaper model and then you can customize it to your liking. We wanted the higher lift though which is not available on all models.
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
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5.0
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Wayne

Reviewed on July 3, 2023

RV reviewed 2020 Forest River Rockwood High Wall HW296 view listing

5.0
The HW296, was my 6th RV. I have had RV's from 19 to 32 feet. I bought into the 2 axle foldable camper idea, because they blend the best of both worlds. This High Wall tracks with the stability of a large towable, but tows like a folding camper. Storage is easier at only 22 feet closed. Fully deployed, ... read more
The HW296, was my 6th RV. I have had RV's from 19 to 32 feet. I bought into the 2 axle foldable camper idea, because they blend the best of both worlds. This High Wall tracks with the stability of a large towable, but tows like a folding camper. Storage is easier at only 22 feet closed. Fully deployed, 27 feet provides room to breath and enjoy real amenities. The High Wall designs allow for big beds, bathroom, big sink, adequate refrigerator, A/C, furnace, lots of storage and 360 degree views. In 2021, my Rockwood High Wall became the victim of a tornadic cross wind while heading West on I90 in South Dakota. It peeled the top off like a sardine can lid. My insurance company bought me a 32 foot Gray Wolf to replace it, because no High Walls were available. Well, less than 2 years later I am on the hunt for another HW296. They are just that appealing to me. As with any RV, there are pros and cons. However, if you want a low profile towable with great amenities, consider the biggest and best folding camper design in the industry, the Rockwood HW296.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Katy Pritzl

Reviewed on June 24, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Forest River Flagstaff Hard Side T12RBST view listing

5.0
Great camper for 2! So easy to put up, lightweight, and no worries while it's raining. Tons of storage, and we were able to build in dividers in the under dinette bench storage for our clothes. No duffle bags to worry about! Easy access to storage from several outside compartments. Love the griddle for out do... read more
Great camper for 2! So easy to put up, lightweight, and no worries while it's raining. Tons of storage, and we were able to build in dividers in the under dinette bench storage for our clothes. No duffle bags to worry about! Easy access to storage from several outside compartments. Love the griddle for out door cooking. Nice to have: AC/heat, HOT water, ceiling fan and led lights. Great upgrade from a tent or pop up- no leaky canvas to worry about! We've been able to camp with and without electricity utilizing the solar panel, and there is a plug for additional solar panels! The only thing we knew we had to do for safety was replace the factory tires.
Livability
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Shawn Robinson

Reviewed on June 5, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Aliner Scout Aliner view listing

4.4
I bought my Scout new and have had it out 2x so far. The A/C works great and was a lifesaver in the heat. Beds are hard, get an egg crate for sure.Only issue is a personal one. The interior led lights have an always on blue glow behind the on-off button. It's always lit when the camper has power. I need dark ... read more
I bought my Scout new and have had it out 2x so far. The A/C works great and was a lifesaver in the heat. Beds are hard, get an egg crate for sure.Only issue is a personal one. The interior led lights have an always on blue glow behind the on-off button. It's always lit when the camper has power. I need dark and it was like a constant bunk light shining down on you at night. I had to cover the whole light with cardboard and tape to block the obnoxious light. Other than that great, fun little camper. Tows great, easiest set up ever. I'm loving it.
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Dave

Reviewed on May 12, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Forest River Rockwood Freedom 1640LTD view listing

4.4
I grew up camping in my parent's pop up. I then bought a used one in 2008 and owned it for 6 years. I purchased this Rockwood 1640LTD in 2022. While it is smaller than my parents & my previous one, one of the best things about a pop up is the fact that, like any pop up, because bunks that slide out, tha... read more
I grew up camping in my parent's pop up. I then bought a used one in 2008 and owned it for 6 years. I purchased this Rockwood 1640LTD in 2022. While it is smaller than my parents & my previous one, one of the best things about a pop up is the fact that, like any pop up, because bunks that slide out, that makes it feel larger. Also, I know it will withstand quite a bit of wind, as we camped during a terrible thunderstorm with winds up to 40-45 mph which were shaking the entire camper. Everything stayed dry inside. It was a bit scary, and we did drop it down due to the high winds. The decor is nice. We've never really use the sink so I cannot speak to that. Storage is a bit minimal, but it's also a very small pop up so not much room for storage. But it holds everything we need - some tools, the extra jack stands we have, leveling items and stuff to lock up the camper. The one problem we had was our 12V refrigerator stopped working within the warranty. Contacted Geek Squad thru Best Buy as they handle that service. The c.s. rep could not find an exact replacement, so they sent the closest thing available model-number-wise. Well, that's a 110V unit, not a 12V one. So we do not have a working refrigerator, and I am still waiting for their response on how to fix this. Also, the small area of canvas on the front section by the door is a bit short by probably an inch or two, at least. It is very difficult to velcro that section into place. And pushing the metal braces into place for the bunk ends is quite the chore - they can be quite difficult to get all the way pushed out and set in place. Other than that, it's generally pretty easy to pop up and tow - we towed it with a Honda C-RV (!!) - mostly it's been great for us so far.
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Rosie & Tommy

Reviewed on April 13, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Aliner Ranger 12 view listing

4.8
We began our RV camping experience with the 2019 Aliner Ranger 12. What a great learning summer we had! We towed with an EcoBoost Ford Transit and had space to travel with our two dogs, one80lb, the other 20lb. When our old girl passed, our 20lb girl fits in to the Aliner with us no problem. We traveled i... read more
We began our RV camping experience with the 2019 Aliner Ranger 12. What a great learning summer we had! We towed with an EcoBoost Ford Transit and had space to travel with our two dogs, one80lb, the other 20lb. When our old girl passed, our 20lb girl fits in to the Aliner with us no problem. We traveled in Northeast Pennsylvania, Upstate New York & Vermont. Our Aliner was always easy to set up, we felt like we were in a Hotel Room as soon as we would pull in to a campground. We outfitted our Aliner trailer with LED lights, so when we were in a campground at night it was fun and inviting. If you have an adventure spirit, and want to experiement with an easy to use RV camper, Try Aliner!
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Patty Patete

Reviewed on March 15, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Coachmen 9.0 Express Clipper view listing

4.6
First weekend camping was 25 degrees outside stayed warm used the furnace to take the chill off. Plenty of room for my husband and myself we did add a 2 inch memory foam mattress for more comfort. Only issue so far is front passenger side stabilizer is attached in a bad spot and it bent.... read more
First weekend camping was 25 degrees outside stayed warm used the furnace to take the chill off. Plenty of room for my husband and myself we did add a 2 inch memory foam mattress for more comfort. Only issue so far is front passenger side stabilizer is attached in a bad spot and it bent.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Geoff Browne

Reviewed on March 3, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Aliner Ranger 12 view listing

5.0
Have had this rig since new in March, 2022. Took it on an extended trip from Florida to Montana(grandkids), then over to Minnesota, then to Oklahhoma, then to east Texas, then to home. It went very well which made it ever so pleasureable for us. It worked perfectly for us, was very easy to pull behind ou... read more
Have had this rig since new in March, 2022. Took it on an extended trip from Florida to Montana(grandkids), then over to Minnesota, then to Oklahhoma, then to east Texas, then to home. It went very well which made it ever so pleasureable for us. It worked perfectly for us, was very easy to pull behind our SUV, and sets up literally in less than a minute!!! Then you must plug in shore power and the water. Got home and decided we would go with AirBnB since we are aging into our later years. Maybe we jumped too soon into the purchase, but st least someone else can benefit from our experiences. Plus we're selling it with much extra stuff we found very handy to bring with us on our travels. It represents a very good buy for someone!
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5.0
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5.0
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Party

Reviewed on March 1, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Coachmen Clipper Express 9.0 view listing

4.6
Put the stabilizer down on the front right and stabilizer was bent, when my husband checked the frame had been bent very thin metal that the stabilizer is hooked on. The slide on the main door needed put back in the track. Easy set up and we like the floor plan.... read more
Put the stabilizer down on the front right and stabilizer was bent, when my husband checked the frame had been bent very thin metal that the stabilizer is hooked on. The slide on the main door needed put back in the track. Easy set up and we like the floor plan.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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