“We spent two weeks in the Canadian Rockies between Jasper and Banff national park. The best part of the our brand new 2016 Nash 22h is the ground clearance, entry door friction hinge, rear receiver hitch, privacy windows, large bathroom, solar power, to say a few. The campgrounds we stayed at in the national parks, were power only sites. Having the large holding tanks with the additional 10 gallons in the hot water heater was nice. We made it five days with four people on our fresh water supply. The temperatures dipped down close to freezing, we didn’t notice it with the four season insulation. This trailer will give most other RV owners diamond plate envy. We have had the trailer off road and it does make a difference. Bought the trailer in June and have put 2000 awesome camping miles on it.

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“I bought a Nash 17C new in 2006. My inaugural trip was a 2 day weekend camping in the desert in Quartzite, AZ in January. It does get cold at night but the Nash is so well insulated and built, I didn’t have to use the heater and no problems with the battery. That same year I traveled in a “caravan” with the family and went to Banff National Park, Canada. I have made many great memories in the Nash and there will be many more to come (yes, I still own the Nash and wouldn’t trade it for anything). As a matter of fact: I have been to many RV shows and I can honestly say that the Nash 17C has the best floor plan available in it’s size and the most solidly built travel trailer on the market today.”

“Love my Nash!”

Gregg Merdick
Surprise, Arizona

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“I had been looking for an off road, off grid trailer for several years, starting with the toy haulers, but decided they were too large and heavy for my truck, and the places I wanted to go.. After reading the specs on many brands of trailers, and looking at their floor plans and build quality, I finally decided the Nash 22H fit my needs best.. It is built very solidly, yet not overly heavy, has a slightly narrower stance of about 8’1″, and a lower overall height of about 10′-7″. But it’s best feature is it’s cargo capacity. Most brands of trailers cannot support the extra weight of 6 batteries, and 2 large roof mounted solar panels with tilting brackets, without exceeding it’s maximum weight capacity.”

“The 4 season Nash is durably built inside and out, from it’s metal outside door latches, to it’s frame mounted cabinetry, to it’s full walk on roof. Yes, it had a couple of minor quality control issues, but nothing I can’t live with. Even million dollar luxury coaches have them too.”

“I have to admit this is my first RV, but after 4 months of boondocking around southern Utah’s mountain roads, I feel I made the right choice. I have had no issues with the trailer performing as expected, and I look forward to many years of dependable use from this trailer, and yes my grandsons love it too..” Tom Kerns, Southern Utah

“We camped 3 nights in Two Medicine Campground, Glacier National Park with our new 24M Nash. As a test, we camped in the no generator loop, which was very quiet and we were very pleased with the attached solar panel. We had no problems with not having enough power. For that trip we had plenty of water for showers and washing dishes. There is so much room in the trailer that we still have empty cabinets, what a change from before. The trailer is so well insulated that the heater only came on one night. Next trip next week, Icefields Parkway and Jasper National Park in Canada.” -Jim Streeter

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“I still spend most of the year disperse camping off-the-grid. I like to drive up spurs off the main forest and desert roads looking for quiet, isolated spots. It wasn’t long before there were scratches down both sides of the Nash. But what the hey, it is a recreation vehicle and some of the spurs roads are tight. I’m a full time hard-wall camper. The Nash 17K is proving to be a good home for my two cats and me, and it sure is holding up to all the miles of rough roads.”

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Sebastian Halyard, Sierra Vista, AZ

“I wanted to let you know how much my wife and I have enjoy our 2001 Nash 22H. We were able to purchase our fine trailer with the assistance of Northwood’s great staff. After viewing the trailer at a local Southern California distributor, the company went out of business and Northwood’s staff helped me to deal with the new distributor, even before they were set up.

“‘Why all the effort?’ you may ask. Being from Southern California, we never get to see cold and snow, so every year I like to go to the Eastern Sierras for the final week at Silver Lake Resort–elevation 7200 feet–to watch the leaves change color and hopefully see a little snow. As I sit outside my trailer, watching the snow fall, I hear everyone’s trailer and motor homes’ heaters running full blast, but not my Nash. The insulation and seals around penetrations keep the inside nice and cozy warm with little effort. Although the group I travel with all have much larger rigs, it seems we all just end up sitting in and enjoying the comforts of my Nash. What a great feeling. Thank you for such a fine product. I have and will continue recommended your trailers to all.” Bryce Roughton, Southern California.

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