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Outdoors RV Manufacturing introduces the Blackstone travel trailer

LAGRANDE, Ore. — Outdoors RV Manufacturing today introduced the Blackstone, the latest product line to its climate-designed, four seasons, off road travel trailer line-up.

The BlackStone product line consists of five travel trailers from 28 to 34 feet in length and is targeting RV buyers that are downsizing from a motorhome or larger fifth wheel but is still looking for those luxury type features that go along with this RV lifestyle.

The BlackStone product line consists of five travel trailers from 28 to 34 feet in length and is targeting RV buyers that are downsizing from a motorhome or larger fifth wheel but is still looking for those luxury type features that go along with this RV lifestyle. “One of the main features this customer is looking for is interior and exterior storage — with one look at the BlackStone they will see that this product has been designed with them in mind,” said Jim Croxton, general manager.

The BlackStone is built with the Outdoors RV “Armor Shield” construction process which places aluminum framing in eight different areas along with rigid lightweight steel trusses in the ceiling. This is the type of construction that RV buyers are accustomed to having in the high-end fifth wheel or motorhome they currently own, said Croxton.

Highlighted features of the BlackStone travel trailer include:

  • On demand tankless hot water system
  • Vaulted radius interior ceilings
  • 50 percent larger “mountain sized” strut designed luggage doors
  • 70 gallons of fresh water capacity
  • 80 gallons of grey water capacity
  • Available living room fireplaces
  • Wireless touch pad to operate slide-outs
  • Awning
  • Power stab jacks
  • 60-by-80-inch residential queen beds

Prior to launching the BlackStone to the market, Outdoors RV consulted with dealers in the United States and Canada.

“The proto design that was shown to dealers for feedback underwent 65 product enhancements prior to going into full production,” said Croxton. “A big thank you goes out to our dedicated dealer partners for truly making this a great product.”

Jason and Roger Thompson, owners of Parkview RV in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, noted, “The BlackStone is an amazing unit – love it!”

Norm VanNess, Jr., general manager at Lewiston RV in Lewiston, Idaho, said, “The BlackStone is by far the Cadillac of the travel trailer industry with many features and construction you see in high end fifth wheels. This BlackStone will fill the gap in the industry for those who want high line fifth wheel quality in a travel trailer. In my opinion, there is not a finer, high quality trailer on the market.”

For more information, visit www.outdoorsrvmfg.com or call Rod Glass (Canadian sales) at 403.391.1777 or Troy Johnson (U.S. sales) at 208.739.3735.

SOURCE: Outdoors RV Manufacturing press release

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2 comments

  1. We have a 2013 Blackstone Merlot, what We like is the kitchen U shape
    Design, giving good cooking space. All the storage space, our table
    And chairs, how “solid”the construction is. The light system including
    The lights in the outside storage area and dimmable interior lights.
    Using the remote to control slideouts and stabilizers has proved
    A great convince, also the “fireplace”besides the ambiance, cuts the
    Chill on a cold morning. What we do not like… cannot think of a thing.

  2. I am interested in a Blackstone travel trailer. Three slides, sleep 8. front bedroom with access to a bathroom, rear living, 10 or 12 cubic ft. frig.

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