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Starcraft RV Reviews

Originally a producer of livestock tanks and farm equipment, Starcraft entered the RV industry in 1964. Starcraft? folding camping trailers introduced innovations such as the hardtop and crank-up lifter system. Today, Starcraft produces soft-sided tru8ck campers, folding camping trailers, light-weight and full-size travel trailers and fifth wheels.

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2017 Starcraft AR-One Maxx 26HR Toy Hauler

2017 Starcraft AR-One Maxx 26HR Toy Hauler

The Starcraft AR-One Maxx toy hauler is the perfect travel companion, combing lightweight construction with convenient design.
2016 Starcraft Starflyer 10 Review

2016 Starcraft Starflyer 10 Review

Designed to make starry nights as comfortable as they are beautiful, the StarCraft Starflyer is the ultimate camping trailer.
2016 Starcraft Solstice 334CKRS Review

2016 Starcraft Solstice 334CKRS Review

The Starcraft Solstice will take you to infinity and beyond. Whether you’re travelling into the deep dark woods or under a starlit sky, the Solstice will get you there in style.

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5 Best Travel Trailers for 2017 Under $20,000

5 Best Travel Trailers for 2017 Under $20,000

5 Best Travel Trailers for 2017 Under $20,000Camping is a great way to explore the outdoors and relax away from the stresses of life. A great way to camp is via one of today?s travel trailers. These trailers let you take the comforts of home with you, yet still provide enough of the essence of camping to let you enjoy getting away...
Production Resumes at Starcraft RV Topeka Plant

Production Resumes at Starcraft RV Topeka Plant

Production Resumes at Starcraft RV Topeka PlantIn a move brought on by improved economic conditions, the Starcraft RV division of Jayco, Inc. has resumed production in its Topeka, Ind. plant. The Starcraft facility had previously been closed and production of Starcraft products had been consolidated into Jayco’s Middlebury, Ind. complex as part of Jayco’s efforts to trim costs and reduce production...
Jayco Gets Green Certification

Jayco Gets Green Certification

Jayco Gets Green CertificationJayco, Inc. has announced that all of its products, including brands produced by Jayco, Starcraft RV and Entegra Coach, have been ?green certified? by TRA Certification, Inc., an internationally accredited certification organization. This makes Jayco the first major RV manufacturer to be 100 percent green certified and fully-recognized for building products with green manufacturing processes...

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  • Daniel
    As a study on fifth wheel and or travel trailers has many believe they could pack the features of home in a package that easily is to be pulled by the right tow vehicle as many offer space set aside to be labeled a toy hauler.
  • kevin O'Connor
    we bought a Evergreen Ascend Cloud c193bh RV great travel trailer very roomy, can't wait to start using it. But the only problem is we find out the unit is what they call an orphan. the Dealer who sold us the RV never mentioned that evergreen folded. so now we are worried about warranty for this unit, we did buy a warranty that the dealer Oak centre mall (TRX.RV)sold us. that only covers small stuff not structure, has another company bought Evergreen out an if so will they honor a warranty.
  • Jim Samples
    We just purchased a 2017 Sandibel 3601 last month. We loved the lay out and thought we had done our research. As soon as we got it we started having issues. The first was the heater would not turn on. The entire unit had to be replaced. Next the right front jack had a major leak leak and has to be replaced. The AC units went out and needed to be repaired. Once repaired the units would not cool the coach below 84 degrees even though it was only 92 degreesd outside. One of the main storage doors is out of ailment and won't close properly. It's obvious that this company has poor quality control. We also had issues with the dealer selling us this with a nail in one of the sidewalls of the tire. When we picked it up I noticed a tire that was almost flat. They checked it at the dealership and it had 10 lbs of pressure. They aired it up and sent us on our way. I drove it 30 miles and stopped at an RV park. The tire was flat the next morning. So far not having very good luck with this new fifth wheel.