Before Peter Liegl founded Forest River Recreational Vehicles, he thought there was something missing in the RV industry. He wanted durable, reliable, high-quality vehicles for an affordable price. In 1996, he created Forest River – a company based on building better RVs. Most importantly, he wanted more people to experience the joys of the RV lifestyle.
Forest River didn’t become one of America’s leading RV manufacturers overnight. After the company’s foundation in 1996, the Forest River company purchased assets of Cobra Industries, which helped them start manufacturing their RVs – including pop-up campers, fifth wheels and park model vehicles. The company is now a vast team of inventors, designers, entrepreneurs and adventurists – all with the same love of the outdoors. They have multiple manufacturing facilities throughout the country and produce just about every type of recreational vehicle from pop-up campers to luxury motor homes, mobile offices and even pontoon boats.
With over 60 production facilities throughout the country, you’d think quality would slip with a company that has grown to such heights. That’s far from the case with Forest River. Each vehicle is manually inspected for quality assurance in a pre-delivery inspection facility, so the only thing customers have to worry about is planning their next road trip.
As lovers of the great outdoors, Forest River knows we need to protect the environment to be able to enjoy it. To do their part, Forest River exceeds every environmental standard in the industry. They use recycled materials in building their RVs, and they purchase the lumber they use from companies who replace every tree they cut.
Specialty RV Sales
At Specialty RV Sales, we value quality and the joy of the outdoors as much as the Forest River company, and that’s why we exclusively sell Forest River brands. Our lot is full of new and used Forest River RVs, and we love knowing that every single vehicle is of the highest quality. Come see our huge selection of Forest River vehicles today and start spending more time in the great outdoors.