Skyline

Skyline RV Reviews

Skyline was founded in 1951 in Elkhart, Ind. The company started out producing mobile homes and later, manufactured and modular housing. Over the years, Skyline has produced more than 870,000 homes and 460,000 RVs, most of them travel trailers.

Recent Skyline RV Reviews

2012 Skyline Nomad Joey Select 376 Review

2012 Skyline Nomad Joey Select 376 Review

What do you get when you combine aerodynamics and lightweight construction? You get the 2012 Skyline Nomad Joey Select Travel Trailer. Itís amazing what aerodynamics can do to improve gas mileage and overall towing satisfaction!
2011 Skyline Aljo Joey Select 204 Review

2011 Skyline Aljo Joey Select 204 Review

The 2011 Skyline Aljo Joey Select Travel Trailer is ready to follow you everywhere you go, whether it's the interstate or off the beaten path.
2011 Skyline Nomad Ultra-Lite 210 Review

2011 Skyline Nomad Ultra-Lite 210 Review

Bring all of the comforts of home with you in the 2011 Skyline Nomad Ultra-Lite 210 Travel Trailer.

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  • Jackie Neace
    Would love to see some pictures of your RV. We are in the market, however we live in Kentucky, but it would be nice to see Utah. Thank You
  • Ruth & David Martin
    We have a 2014 North Trail Heartland. It has been usd only three weeks. I (Ruth) severely broke and dislocated my right foot & leg May 2015. It is not yet completely healed and I now walk with a cane. I cannot easily go up and down steps on the RV......even though there are only three steps. Our camper looks brand new as it has had so little use. It's well made and a beautiful unit. It sleeps six. We are older retirees who "planned" to do some traveling until my unfortunate accident. The unit is located in St. George, Utah. Our low asking price is $13,500. I can email pictures if you are interested. It is the perfect solution for all your needs. New with taxes it cost over $30,000.
  • Derrek Sigler
    Hi Dustin. Wit the RV industry doing well again, there seems to be a lot of new RVs being sold, and a lot of really good used ones hitting the market. Check with your local dealers first to see what may have been traded in. Another thing to consider would be a new unit based on the amazing financing offers coming up lately.