The Flagstaff Hardside trailer is unique in it’s design in that it is pretty much fully loaded straight from the factory. When people come into the Dealership and start looking at these, they always ask what is optional on it, and are pretty shocked to find out that there really aren’t too many add-ons, this […]
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In July 2013, Forest River became the largest RV manufacturing company in the US, and therefore the whole wide world. This is not a small accomplishment, and congratulations to them. It takes a lot of help from the individual brands like Flagstaff and Sabre; as well as help from their dealers, such as Westland Camping […]
Recently, I had the Opportunity to tour the Forest River PDI Facility in Goshen Indiana. And I came away impressed, and more confident than ever that Forest River is committed to the highest quality in the RV industry. What is PDI? PDI stands for Pre-Delivery Inspection. PDI can stand for several different things: When the […]
Travel Trailer Features These awsesome features are part of what makes Flagstaff an industry leader in Travel Trailers. A lot of these are part of what Westland Camping orders for our Stock units! INTERIORS Solid Wood and Raised Panel Doors and Drawers Screwed and Glued Cabinetry Residential Full Extension Metal Drawer Guides in Kitchen Flooring: […]
Flagstaff Travel Trailers are designed for maximum ease of use for their owners. They include all sorts of features that make life a little easier, and add more every year. Some of the most useful features have to do with winterizing. Since it is getting to be time, I thought it would be a […]
Most travel trailers and fifth wheels being produced today have some sort of slide out. Some are small wardrobe-only slide, and some are the “Super Slides” that run a significant length of the side of the trailer. In all of these cases, some sort of maintenance will be involved. Here is a short little video […]
I love camping. I love tent camping, I love camping in 5th wheels, travel trailers, and I can sort of understand camping in a motorhome. But my absolute favorite way to camp is in a pop-up. Call it a pup, tent camper, folding trailer or just a suped-up tent on wheels, pop ups are (in […]
One of the most common questions I get almost every day, is “how often do I need to re-caulk my roof?” My answer is almost always the same: If you need to ask, it’s probably time. Most manufacturers recommend at least checking your roof every three months. It helps to use a good Rubber Roof […]
Eliminate the need for expensive slider 5th wheel hitches with the Reese Revolution King pin, now on all Flagstaff 5th wheels. Check out the video below.
This is a tour of the Exclusive Diamond Package on the Flagstaff Island Kitchen 5th wheel. It features a ton of new features that add a great looks and function to this light weight 5th wheel.