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Philip and Jeanette Munter

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on May 5, 2024

RV reviewed 2020 Outdoors RV Creekside 21RBS view listing

2.6
We have had 2 Outdoors RV trailers. They are built sturdy because most people who buy them like to boondock. We haven't had any issues with either trailer. We like the 78 gallon fresh water tank, solar panels, storage, 10 ply 15-16" tires and 6-8"support beams. We'll never buy another brand.... read more
We have had 2 Outdoors RV trailers. They are built sturdy because most people who buy them like to boondock. We haven't had any issues with either trailer. We like the 78 gallon fresh water tank, solar panels, storage, 10 ply 15-16" tires and 6-8"support beams. We'll never buy another brand.
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1.0
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1.0
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5.0
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1.0
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Reluctant Poster

Washington, USA

Reviewed on April 11, 2024

RV reviewed 2018 Outdoors RV Creek Side 21RD view listing

3.4
In general, I like Northwood Mfg. products like Arctic Fox and Outdoors RV, relative to the RV industry generally which does a very poor job of engineering products, quality control, and being truthful in marketing. The Outdoors 21RD has a utilitarian floor plan with a couple of options at the big windows in ... read more
In general, I like Northwood Mfg. products like Arctic Fox and Outdoors RV, relative to the RV industry generally which does a very poor job of engineering products, quality control, and being truthful in marketing. The Outdoors 21RD has a utilitarian floor plan with a couple of options at the big windows in the back. The option for recliners is strange in that they don't turn around to take advantage of the great view that those windows provide. Like all Northwood products, this also isn't a "4-season" coach except in the Southern US. It is a mostly comfortable coach for 3 seasons if you add insulation to the storage compartment. It loses enough heat through its frame to outline its location on the outside walls with melted lines on a frosty morning. Perhaps most importantly, though, this unit has a gross-weight problem. It only has 3,500 lb. axles but huge, boondock-ready fresh water and waste water capacities. With axles less capable than even their smallest unit in the line-up, they can't legally carry the full weight of the coach, a full fresh-water tank, and a normal family's load of clothing, food, gear, etc., let alone take all that weight off-road. Something has to give. If you get the Titanium package, now its aesthetics are even heavier and the coach will usually be maxed out all the time, which is not a good way to tow a trailer, especially into any rough backcountry. It needs an expensive dual 5,200 lb. axle retrofit to really function as it should.
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3.0
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3.0
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4.0
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3.0
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Jeanette Munter

Idaho, USA

Reviewed on April 4, 2024

RV reviewed 2020 Outdoors RV Creek Side 21RBS view listing

4.8
We have owned 2 Outdoors RVs. The first one was the 21RBS and now the 22FQS. Both are very strong and well built. We usually spend 3-4 months boondocking in our trailers. They can handle rough roads because they’re built tough with beefier support beams , stronger suspension and bigger tires. I would r... read more
We have owned 2 Outdoors RVs. The first one was the 21RBS and now the 22FQS. Both are very strong and well built. We usually spend 3-4 months boondocking in our trailers. They can handle rough roads because they’re built tough with beefier support beams , stronger suspension and bigger tires. I would recommend them to anyone who cares about quality.
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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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Lajla Stevenson

British Columbia, Canada

Reviewed on December 22, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Outdoors RV Backcountry 21 RWS view listing

5.0
Excellent for Off Grid Camping, built in generator, solar panels on roof plus auxillary port for portable solar panel, 100 gallon freshwater tank. Lots of storage inside. Well built fiberglass exterior. 4 season RV Outdoor shower, electric awning, steps with railing Slide out drawer in outside storage are... read more
Excellent for Off Grid Camping, built in generator, solar panels on roof plus auxillary port for portable solar panel, 100 gallon freshwater tank. Lots of storage inside. Well built fiberglass exterior. 4 season RV Outdoor shower, electric awning, steps with railing Slide out drawer in outside storage area
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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kevin matejovsky

Reviewed on September 2, 2023

RV reviewed 2021 Outdoors RV Trail Series 24TRX view listing

4.6
ORV Manufacturing has the best customer service; I stopped calling the dealership and if ever a question arises, I can call ORV and get help ordering a part or making an adjustment. Very well built and solid platforms are what make ORV products stand out from the mass produced trailer factories in Indiana.... read more
ORV Manufacturing has the best customer service; I stopped calling the dealership and if ever a question arises, I can call ORV and get help ordering a part or making an adjustment. Very well built and solid platforms are what make ORV products stand out from the mass produced trailer factories in Indiana. These trailers tow very well and although heavy, they are well balanced. Components are industry standard ie. Coleman Mack, Lippert, Suburban, MaxxAire, etc. but the bones of these trailers are what is special and what makes them maintain value.
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4.0
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4.0
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5.0
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Jay Cotrone

Reviewed on July 14, 2023

RV reviewed 2012 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 25RDS view listing

4.4
We have owned our 2012 OutdoorsRV Timber Ridge for over a year now and it has been awesome. Great amount of storage, private bedroom, built better than almost all RV's out there, There was one awful review from a customer that had many problems with a new 2016 Timber Ridge. I have spoken with many dealers an... read more
We have owned our 2012 OutdoorsRV Timber Ridge for over a year now and it has been awesome. Great amount of storage, private bedroom, built better than almost all RV's out there, There was one awful review from a customer that had many problems with a new 2016 Timber Ridge. I have spoken with many dealers an private owners before purchasing ours and this is a rare anomaly as far as this brand. Do not be swayed one customers experience when many people love the quality of this brand, look deeper into the brand and model and you will see I am correct! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHmfgf64lpM
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Ron Gray

Reviewed on July 13, 2023

RV reviewed 2017 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 25RDS view listing

4.2
Our unit is five years old and still looks new, and it's held up well. There's no separation, cabinets are solid and drawers function well. Most of our friends are impressed by the quality of our unit to include some friends that own Grand Design Travel Trailers.... read more
Our unit is five years old and still looks new, and it's held up well. There's no separation, cabinets are solid and drawers function well. Most of our friends are impressed by the quality of our unit to include some friends that own Grand Design Travel Trailers.
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0
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4.0
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Jeff

Reviewed on May 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2019 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 25RDS view listing

5.0
2019 25RDS Outdoors RV We bought this trailer new five years ago when we first retired. After lengthy research we paid the higher price for what we considered a higher quality travel trailer. After owning a 20F Outdoors RV for 9 years with basically no issues we felt we knew the brand. The 25RDS gives us ... read more
2019 25RDS Outdoors RV We bought this trailer new five years ago when we first retired. After lengthy research we paid the higher price for what we considered a higher quality travel trailer. After owning a 20F Outdoors RV for 9 years with basically no issues we felt we knew the brand. The 25RDS gives us everything we expected. Only two issues in the last five years. I had to put two small washers behind a screen door striker as the screen door would not stay closed the first week we had the trailer. Last year I had to replace an electric gas solenoid for the water heater. An easy job. Important options to have are the on the 25RDS are 16 inch wheels and Maxxfans. And make sure you have the correct tow vehicle. This trailer weighs in least 8,000 pounds loaded, because its quality constructed. We have used this trailer. To travel on some rough Oregon backroads, and as a second bedroom here on the farm for overflow guests. The bed is very comfortable. One can sit at the dinette for long periods of time in comfort. The bathroom has a spacious shower. And enough room to dry and dress. Lots and lots of storage room in this trailer. Excellent boon-docker off grid camping. Get a Honda 2200 generator. It will run the AC if required and keep the twin 12volt batteries charged with an hour and a half run per day. I was a production employee building $300k motor homes. I know what shoddy construction looks like. Several friends and relatives have purchased rvs over the last four years. They all have horror stories of problem after problem. But, I am being completely honest when I say with my experiences, I have no reservations highly recommending a 25RDS Outdoors RV.
Livability
5.0
Overall quality
5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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dick

Reviewed on May 8, 2023

RV reviewed 2020 Outdoors RV Black Stone 270RLS view listing

5.0
We love this trailer. It is set up to accommodate all the necessary creature comforts. Very spacious dinette. Comfortable recliners and sofa. Tons of storage. Private Bedroom with queen bed on slide is to die for. Spacious Wall-to-wall closet/wardrobe in bedroom. Roomy and airy with large operating win... read more
We love this trailer. It is set up to accommodate all the necessary creature comforts. Very spacious dinette. Comfortable recliners and sofa. Tons of storage. Private Bedroom with queen bed on slide is to die for. Spacious Wall-to-wall closet/wardrobe in bedroom. Roomy and airy with large operating windows and three roof fans.
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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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John Hutchins

Reviewed on April 16, 2023

RV reviewed 2016 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 280RKS view listing

5.0
Snow bird from Alaska to Tucson, Arizona. Driven for the past 6 years. Other than normal things like tires, no problems at all. Paid for the upgrade TT and glad we did. Looking for another Outdoors RV in the Titanium model.... read more
Snow bird from Alaska to Tucson, Arizona. Driven for the past 6 years. Other than normal things like tires, no problems at all. Paid for the upgrade TT and glad we did. Looking for another Outdoors RV in the Titanium model.
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5.0
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