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3.5 (12 reviews)
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3.7
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2.8
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4.0
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4.3
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2.8

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Halona Jones

Nevada, USA

Reviewed on April 26, 2024

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5.0
We loved the Flagstaff 25BRDS. It was a great first trailer for us and our family. We loved the double bunks and also the pass through door under the bunks was very convenient. The Murphy bed was also convenient because it gave us the extra seating when we needed it. The automatic stabilizers were also a huge... read more
We loved the Flagstaff 25BRDS. It was a great first trailer for us and our family. We loved the double bunks and also the pass through door under the bunks was very convenient. The Murphy bed was also convenient because it gave us the extra seating when we needed it. The automatic stabilizers were also a huge bonus along with the slide toppers. Overall it was a great trailer and definitely recommend.
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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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Shari

Reviewed on August 22, 2023

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4.2
The kitchen is very convenient: 3 burner stovetop, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, double sink, countertop with outlets for 2 appliances, more outlets above. Lots of interior and exterior storage Murphy double-bed folds up and out of the way, to reveal sofa with foot rests and drinks holder, as well as side... read more
The kitchen is very convenient: 3 burner stovetop, oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, double sink, countertop with outlets for 2 appliances, more outlets above. Lots of interior and exterior storage Murphy double-bed folds up and out of the way, to reveal sofa with foot rests and drinks holder, as well as side tabletops. Bathroom has full shower, small tub, flush toilet, sink, cabinets above/below. Bunk-beds can also be removed to allow for more storage or seating.
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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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Tiffany

Maine

Reviewed on September 14, 2022

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1.8
We purchased our 2021 brand new off the lot in 2020. Within the first year we had our jack replaced and a leak in the kitchen sink which caused damage to the trim around the kitchen cabinet. In 2021, we had a cap fly off our awning going down the road, and at some point during storage, the cabinet door came a... read more
We purchased our 2021 brand new off the lot in 2020. Within the first year we had our jack replaced and a leak in the kitchen sink which caused damage to the trim around the kitchen cabinet. In 2021, we had a cap fly off our awning going down the road, and at some point during storage, the cabinet door came apart at the seam. Keeping in mind we don’t store anything in the cupboards. We ordered a replacement door of which the holes for the hardware were not pre-drilled and cost of said door was roughly $175. This year, we have experienced a leak in the outdoor kitchen because the frame literally separated from the outside wall of the camper causing water to leak into the kitchen and across the main floor. The trim inside the kitchen needs to be replaced because of the water damage. The awning motor also quit this season and had to be repaired. I paid $35,000 for this travel trailer and it’s been nothing but a headache. I will not buy another product from Forrest River.
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1.0
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1.0
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3.0
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3.0
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Tiffany Baker

Maine

Reviewed on September 12, 2022

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2.6
We bought our Forrest River travel trailer in 2020.brand new off the lot. Within the first year we had a leak in the sink which caused damage to the cabinet from water. We had to replace a cabinet door because it separated, the joint literally separated, and the replacement door cost us nearly $200 was not pr... read more
We bought our Forrest River travel trailer in 2020.brand new off the lot. Within the first year we had a leak in the sink which caused damage to the cabinet from water. We had to replace a cabinet door because it separated, the joint literally separated, and the replacement door cost us nearly $200 was not pre-drilled. Our awning motor has quit as of last camping trip, and our outdoor kitchen takes in water when it rains because the outside trim around the edge has separated from the exterior wall. I have it going in again for repairs this week. I have photos of all the issues stated above. We paid $35,000 for a brand new Camper and it’s been nothing but a disappointment. We will not buy another one.
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2.0
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2.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Janette Clark

Texas

Reviewed on September 24, 2021

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2.2
The floor plan and towing good but the front end of the camper has become wrapped and then the large front window cracked, we had paid for the 7 year extended warranty but according the the dealer this is not covered. The back portion of the steps somehow broke and this is also not covered. According to the d... read more
The floor plan and towing good but the front end of the camper has become wrapped and then the large front window cracked, we had paid for the 7 year extended warranty but according the the dealer this is not covered. The back portion of the steps somehow broke and this is also not covered. According to the dealer the wrapping in the front is normal when left in the weather ( which is ridiculous) we have had other trailers tact have set in the same spot and never this problem with this. I have family members who have trailers for quite a few years left out in the weather and they have never had this problem. Will not buy this brand again.
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3.0
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4.0
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Shirley j Graves

South Carolina

Reviewed on September 21, 2021

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1.0
This is a terrible time to buy anything made with wood. If you notice, there has been a lot of complaits about Powder Post Beetles. These are wood-boring beetles that bore into the wood, lay legs, which then grow to maturity and bore their way out of the wood to begin the cycle again. They are often found in ... read more
This is a terrible time to buy anything made with wood. If you notice, there has been a lot of complaits about Powder Post Beetles. These are wood-boring beetles that bore into the wood, lay legs, which then grow to maturity and bore their way out of the wood to begin the cycle again. They are often found in new campers, furniture, wood flooring, and cabinets. Bringing them into your home will cost you a lot of money. Finding an exterminator that will try to eradicate them is difficult. If you have them in your camper it is almost impossible to get rid of them. First, you have to convince the RV dealer that you bought it that way. You did, they just don't want to admit it. Then you have to get them to fix it. This is the difficult part,even if it is under warranty. MINE IS. They used infested wood to build the camper. Forest River will stone wall you when you file the claim. Do not buy a Forrest River Camper. I bought one almost a year ago and when the mature beetles started to emerge through the walls of the camper, I filed a claim under my warranty. First they ignored my claim. Then I complained to the North Carolina Depart of Justice. This got Forrest Rivers attention. Forest river tells me they will fumigate the camper, repair the wood damage by the beetles and redo the whole process if the beetles return. That may sound good but let's think about it. First they did not fumigate the camper. They removed the paneling in one spot and sprayed the wall. That is not fumigation, that is a band aid. The adult beetles that have emerged this summer have flown around the camper and laid eggs. These eggs will hatch in 6 months. And I will need to have the process done again. So Each year when I am ready to go camping, I will have to remove everything from the camper, drive it to the dealer, and have the camper fixed again. This is my first year with this camper, and I have not been able to use my camper for 3 months. So, every year when I am ready to go camping, I will actually be waiting to get my camper back from the dealer. I WANT THE CAMPER I PAID FOR. NEW, NOT INFESTED, READY TO USE. NOT FULL OF BUGS THAT I MGHT ACCIDENTY BRING IN TO MY HOUSE. AND WITHOUT THE NEED FOR YEARLY FUMIGATION AND REPAIR. I paid with money that they can use. I what a camper I can use. They stole my money ($27,000) and my summer (Priceless). I have no camper at this time and I missed this years camping season.
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1.0
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Adam Enerson

Wisconsin

Reviewed on September 12, 2021

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4.8
We love this floor plan for our family of 5. The TT is small enough to tow with a 1/2 ton pick up and fit into most National and State Parks, but large enough to enjoy the inside on a rainy day. The slide out really opens up the interior. The outside kitchen is an added bonus.... read more
We love this floor plan for our family of 5. The TT is small enough to tow with a 1/2 ton pick up and fit into most National and State Parks, but large enough to enjoy the inside on a rainy day. The slide out really opens up the interior. The outside kitchen is an added bonus.
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Nathan Walden

Ohio

Reviewed on April 14, 2021

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5.0
Forest river quality is among the best in the business. This unit has never had any issues and has been a great tool for our outdoor adventures. Plenty of room for larger families looking for an easy to tow unit.... read more
Forest river quality is among the best in the business. This unit has never had any issues and has been a great tool for our outdoor adventures. Plenty of room for larger families looking for an easy to tow unit.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Amanda Mendenhall

Utah

Reviewed on October 11, 2020

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2.8
Everything about this trailer is cheap and poor quality. This is my second trailer and I am astounded by the consistent failure of the basic systems. Water pump leaks and stays on constantly, motor on the awning already out (and we rarely used it), back bumper is so cheap it broke off, trim pieces detaching f... read more
Everything about this trailer is cheap and poor quality. This is my second trailer and I am astounded by the consistent failure of the basic systems. Water pump leaks and stays on constantly, motor on the awning already out (and we rarely used it), back bumper is so cheap it broke off, trim pieces detaching from doorways, one of the burners fell off, and the carbon monoxide detector goes off every time we take a trip at some point, with no explanation. I could keep going. We had our last trailer for 15 years with very few problems. There are also some design flaws. The panel shines right in your eyes at night, and you can’t open the master bed unless the slide is out. Would not recommend this brand to anyone.
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2.0
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5.0
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Ali

Alberta

Reviewed on September 18, 2019

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4.2
The camper is beauty from from the outside, and layout is very well designed! Floor plan excellent! But man oh man! They cheaped out from the inside big time and i mean if! The wood is not thick and can easily be broken! Comparing this camper to the the 1990 terry resort i had, the old one is way more st... read more
The camper is beauty from from the outside, and layout is very well designed! Floor plan excellent! But man oh man! They cheaped out from the inside big time and i mean if! The wood is not thick and can easily be broken! Comparing this camper to the the 1990 terry resort i had, the old one is way more sturdier! All in all it is nice and i think the reason the made it this way from the inside is to decrease the weight.
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