North Trail model 28BRS by Heartland RV features a large slide out for added interior space in the living/kitchen area, queen size bunk beds, dual entry doors, and everything you need to enjoy camping with 8 people!
Step inside to find an entertainment center straight in from the door. The main living space is to your left featuring a large slide out sofa, double kitchen sink, counter area, and three burner range including cabinets above the range and sofa. Opposite you will find a large u-shaped dinette with cabinets above, a refrigerator, and pantry storage.
The rear corner bath features a private entry so you can easily access it from outside. There is a tub/shower, toilet and sink for your convenience.
The opposite corner features a set of queen size bed bunks and a wardrobe at the foot of the bunks that the kids are sure to enjoy.
The front bedroom features a queen size bed with storage cabinetry above. There are also nightstands and wardrobes on either side. Curtains can be pulled on either side of the entertainment center to provide more privacy.
This North Trail travel trailer is also available in a Caliber Edition.
We have bought 2 campers from Wilkins and wouldn't go anywhere else. You have won loyal customers in us. - robert from Henrietta, NY
|Ext Width||8 ft|
|Ext Height||11 ft 2 in|
|Hitch Weight||580 lbs|
|Gross Weight||6900 lbs|
|Dry Weight||5885 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||52 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||37 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||37 gals|
|Furnace BTU||30000 btu|
Heartland Recreational Vehicles LLC, Elkhart, Ind., was founded in 2003 by a quintet of RV veterans. Their philosophy is lower numbers mean a better market and better dealers. That was one of the reasons why all of them left their previous companies to bring Heartland RV to the public.
The first product created by Heartland was a high-end fifth wheel. The LANDMARK which was aimed at extended-stay RVers who spend a lot of time in their coaches at one location was picked to create first on purpose because it was going to be the hardest to build and they wanted to prove that they could do it and do it right.