The rear of this Shockwave travel trailer by Forest River acts as a ramp for loading and offloading bikes and four-wheelers.
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Cozy interior of the Shockwave. Although many of the folks eying the luxury models were retired, the RVs all seemed to have standard accommodations for a family with two adults and two children.
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Side view of the Shockwave.
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The Ultimate Sport Hauler by Logan Coach offers uncovered parking for off-road toys.
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A side view of the Logan Coach.
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Outdoor cooking. This range is mounted on the outside of the 35 foot Fuzion travel trailer.
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A busy showroom floor made for some happy salesmen.
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An icemaker inside the Fuzion 302.
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A cheerful greeting to guests in the camper/trailer section.
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The 4-day show had motor homes and trailers to fit all budgets and travel styles.
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These fifth wheels let you stretch out and relax.
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Utahans love capming. And now that gas prices are down, road travel could be a big hit this summer.
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Many of the RV and travel trailer models offer ample parking for four-wheelers.
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These folks checking out a View Finder were among 35,000 to attend the four-day event.
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Rockwood offers several models of camper trailers.
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Side view of the Rockwood camper trailer--each offers sleeping for four and a large kitchen area.
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Another view of the Rockwood camper trailer.
Photo by: Suzanne Ashe
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