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Northwood Manufacturing and Outdoors RVs manufacture RVs and trucks in La Grande, Oregon. Here they manufacture travel trailers, fifth wheels, truck campers, among others. The Grande Ronde Valley in northeast Oregon lies amidst the Blue Mountains.

RV Products for the Outdoors

Outdoors’ RVs are designed for rugged roads and can be used in any season in the western part of North America. In his company, Ron Nash set out to build reliable, comfortable rigs that could transport people anywhere and anytime. All-weather exteriors, rugged off-road chassis, and aluminum framing make these vehicles ideal for rough terrain. There are thermal pane windows and an enclosed, heated underbelly. A cold weather kit is included with refrigerators, as well as thermally insulated luggage doors.

Mountain Series

Camping in state parks, national parks, RV parks, or off-grid can be done with Outdoors RV Mountain Series travel trailers and fifth wheels. Dual propane tanks, large holding tanks, and energy-saving LED lights are included as standard features. It is solar-ready for up to 510W on the roof and has an additional 200W portable solar power port on the door. The quality of comfort is just as important to Outdoors RV as its functionality. Dinette seating and hardwood finishes are included in the Mountain Series. A queen bed, solid kitchen countertops, and various slide-out options are also included. Outdoors RV’s Mountain Series and Titanium Series are explained in detail by an Oregon RV dealer.

Titanium Series

Any floorplan in the Mountain Series can be specified with the Titanium Series trim package. The features and style of this series elevate the interior and exterior. An auto-leveling system, a 15,000 BTU air conditioner, and a high gloss silver fiberglass exterior highlight the Titanium Series. A Mountain Lodge-style interior is included with the Titanium package. The mattress is made of gel-infused memory foam and features additional lighting, upgraded fixtures, and more hardwood.

Backcountry Series 

If you would like to get off-grid down rugged roads, Outdoors RV offers a couple of options specifically designed for primitive boondocking. It is perfect for those who wish to become self-sufficient for a few days or weeks at a time. A beefier off-road chassis gives you the ability to get further off the grid with features designed for all-weather comfort in winter and summer. Freshwater tank storage is generous in the Mountain Series, but the Backcountry Series has 100 gallons. Additional propane capacity and nearly doubled black and gray water storage. In addition, the power center has a propane generator and 170W of solar power. Additionally, it can store up to four batteries.

Trail Series 

Outdoors RV Trail Series is similar to Backcountry Series in concept. You can go further off-grid and bring your toys with you. Often called a “toy hauler,” this trailer doubles as a living area and storage space. A ramp leads into the gear storage area, which can hold a side-by-side, kayaks, bikes, motorcycles, and more. You can place an electric loft bed in the storage area once you get to the trail and unload your toys. A ramp can also be turned into an awninged patio with sliding doors to the living quarters. A 15,000 BTU air conditioner and an onboard gas generator make the Trail Series similar to the Backcountry Series. A 40-gallon fuel tank and an air compressor are also on board.

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