The Forest River R-Pod travel trailer is a wonderful example of form and function. Despite its compact and lightweight size, the R-Pod offers an incredible 78″ interior ceiling height and luxury living features. If you’re looking for a travel trailer that offers comfortable living and an aerodynamic, lightweight design the R-Pod might be exactly what you need.
- Wet bath w/ integrated toilet
- No-wax seamless vinyl flooring
- Solid lumber core cabinet fronts assembled with screws
- Raised panel cabinet doors w/ glazed finish
- Hardwood drawer fronts w/ full extension ball bearing drawer guides
- Mini blinds
- Collapsible clothes hanger
- Bathroom pocket organizers
- Kitchen sink cover
- Bathroom sink
- E-Z glide dinette table (N/A RP181G)
- Decorative shower curtain w/ tieback
A wide range of floorplans are available.
The RP177 sleeps 4 people and measures 18′ long. It offers 1 slide in the kitchen that holds the refrigerator, storage, range, and sink. Situated across from this slide is a wet bath, while at the front of the RV is a 42″x74″ dinette, while the rear boasts a comfortable queen sized bed that is set above pass-thru storage.
The 20′ long RP178 sleeps 4 people and offers more living space per person. This floorplan is laid out much like the RP177, however, the front dinette is much larger and measures 58″x74″. If you’re a couple or small family looking to travel together and want enough space for everyone, without the added weight of a larger travel trailer, this is the floorplan for you.
At 20′ the RP179 is laid out to maximize living space. Along the rear wall you’ll find a generously sized kitchen. The slide holds a 75″x45″ dinette and refrigerator, while the front living area comes with a queen sized bed and wardrobe situated next to the bathroom.
Does the range of floorplans and options available to you sound appealing? Stop by one of our 4 locations to check out available units or view our inventory online. We also invite you to contact us with any questions you have and to talk about which floorplan would work best for you.