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4.5
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4.4
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4.8
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4.8
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4.1

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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.
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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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5.0
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5.0
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Jim Leonard

California

Reviewed on September 24, 2022

RV reviewed 2021 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 22FQS view listing

3.8
Bought our Outdoors RV expecting a quality built Trailer. We absolutely love the floor plan. The Craftsmanship leaves a lot to be desired. We have had over 30 different issues and actually drove to the plant in Oregon to have repairs made. Still faced with some issues and dealing with a couple of new ones. I ... read more
Bought our Outdoors RV expecting a quality built Trailer. We absolutely love the floor plan. The Craftsmanship leaves a lot to be desired. We have had over 30 different issues and actually drove to the plant in Oregon to have repairs made. Still faced with some issues and dealing with a couple of new ones. I have owned 1 class a motor home, Fifth Wheel two tow behinds and a Truck camper. Never experienced cupboard doors falling off, squeaky floors, broke drawer frames , cabinets separation, massive cold air leaks, doors and window improperly installed. Wheel well screws shaking loose, particles under roof membrane and more. Wish I would have had the trailer professionally inspected before paying for it.
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3.0
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5.0
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4.0
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James Leonard

California

Reviewed on September 11, 2022

RV reviewed 2021 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 22FQS view listing

4.0
Aside for the squeaky floor, warped cabinet doors, improperly built cabinets falling apart it tows nice. Seriously they advertise it as a four season coach it is any thing but. Cold air pools in during the winter thru slide and poorly fitted entry door. We have suffered broken cabinet frames panels not suffic... read more
Aside for the squeaky floor, warped cabinet doors, improperly built cabinets falling apart it tows nice. Seriously they advertise it as a four season coach it is any thing but. Cold air pools in during the winter thru slide and poorly fitted entry door. We have suffered broken cabinet frames panels not sufficiently assembled and loose . Cabinets over the bed area were literally separating and staples showing all over. We had and still have partials under roof membrane. Wheel well trim screws vibrating out envelope when tightened bathroom door mounted out of square and rubs finish off. Propane tanks had been brush painted.
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3.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Bonnie Durham

Washington

Reviewed on January 19, 2022

RV reviewed 2016 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 260CIS view listing

5.0
We have loved camping in our travel trailer. It's our home away from home! It is so comfortable and had all the amenities that we wanted! The beautiful interior and floor plan is what first attracted us to our RV. I love the way the kitchen is set up with lots of counter space and storage, so much so, th... read more
We have loved camping in our travel trailer. It's our home away from home! It is so comfortable and had all the amenities that we wanted! The beautiful interior and floor plan is what first attracted us to our RV. I love the way the kitchen is set up with lots of counter space and storage, so much so, that we rarely ever filled it up when going camping. The recliners are so very comfortable. I love the way the dinette is positioned to be able to look out our big back window while eating our meals. The bathroom/shower is the perfect size, not too small! The under-the-bed storage and basement is large enough to store everything we needed for our camping trips. Camping in this RV has been a true joy!
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Doug Tally

Michigan

Reviewed on December 27, 2021

RV reviewed 2017 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 270RKS view listing

5.0
LIVABILITT is enhanced by the largest pantry of any travel trailer. Its a step in v walkin. Then the fireplace though electric gives off a lot of heat. That makes the early mornings cozy bc we drop the temp knights and wake up with fresh air. Then it's the Dish Tailgater bringing in early morning news. Liveab... read more
LIVABILITT is enhanced by the largest pantry of any travel trailer. Its a step in v walkin. Then the fireplace though electric gives off a lot of heat. That makes the early mornings cozy bc we drop the temp knights and wake up with fresh air. Then it's the Dish Tailgater bringing in early morning news. Liveability of the shower is a seat. I don't have that at home. Bedroom is 1/3 of our day and it's most comfortable due to the upgraded matress, not sure what but it's especially comfortable sleeping or sitting up with overhead lights for reading. Last but THE best feature is the wardrobe, full width of the trailer, hanging with a wall of shoe storage behind hanging clothes. The hanging space has sliding doors. On each end of the wardrobe is hinged doors behind which is shelving and drawers, it's used more by my wife, naturally. I'm a good 'ol Irish country boy and boot jeans do well for me. Work 'em in plaid shirts, dress 'em up with white shirt and tie or go formal with a sport coat over jeans. OVERALL QUALITY (5 Star bc they all fit my descriptiin) Heads-up, they all require a shake down period in the driveway. We were headed to purchase a used ORV but snow, ice and wind through the high plains forced a delay and we were 3 days behind. So that forced us to buy new but no one would recommend it, trailer, nor 5th wheel or Class A all have failures some minor some you cannot do without. So stay close to the dealer so you can get the most troubling repairs corrected before you get on the road. BTW I thought the floor was natural wood, but it's not. Upside is it's indestructible. FLOOR PLAN you can figure it out for yourself, the key points for us are the wardrobe and fireplace. DRIVING TOWING has more to do with the tow truck v trailer, exhaust every research tool to be certain you understand your trucks ability. FACTORY WARRANTY SUPPORT ORV overnighted a converter to a facility in MT, not a dealer. Other warranty repairs handled by an ORV dealer were over the top for customer service. Contrary to what I usually experience across the country, ORV dealers are an acception. Camping World is consistently 0 of 5 rating our experience and General RV the Best.
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5.0
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5.0
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Sydney

British Columbia

Reviewed on September 4, 2021

RV reviewed 2013 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 280RKS view listing

3.8
This was to be our adult teailer,kids all grown up. Had the best layout for its size,most storage,nicest interior/exterior etc. But.....We should have researched a little more before purchase,indeed we thought premium price-premium quality. Wrong,we did buy this as a brand new unit,extremely pleased with init... read more
This was to be our adult teailer,kids all grown up. Had the best layout for its size,most storage,nicest interior/exterior etc. But.....We should have researched a little more before purchase,indeed we thought premium price-premium quality. Wrong,we did buy this as a brand new unit,extremely pleased with initial quality.Then the nightmare started,the "quality"or lack thereof started to show through. First week,main power supply blew out,of course we're 800 miles away from the dealer. Funny how everything works fine for a few days then BOOM,literally. Couldn't go back to dealer,sent us to another dealership for warranty. Basically told us they don't do warranty on units THEY didn't sell. Wasted a day sorting out all this crap, I knew it was the main power converter,argued with me,said they would look into it. Ya right,they instead helped themselves to our brand new U.S.Batteries
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3.0
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5.0
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5.0
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SMyers

Arizona

Reviewed on June 13, 2021

RV reviewed 2019 Outdoors RV Timber Ridge 22FQS view listing

5.0
First trailer we ever owned. Amazing quality. Biggest kitchen with most storage than any other trailer we looked at. Went to look for a larger RV but could not find one with better storage or counter space. Very roomy for a 22ft living space. 2 adults and a pitbull are very comfortable. USB ports at every are... read more
First trailer we ever owned. Amazing quality. Biggest kitchen with most storage than any other trailer we looked at. Went to look for a larger RV but could not find one with better storage or counter space. Very roomy for a 22ft living space. 2 adults and a pitbull are very comfortable. USB ports at every area you would need. Even the bathroom is a perfect size. Worth every penny.
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