posted by PaulSherryRVs @ 1:47pm, Friday 17 February 2012.
many things that one must consider when looking for a new
camper. You must consider how much weight your vehicle can
tow, how much money you can comfortably spend, whether you want to
finance or pay cash, and so on. But if your family is anything
like mine, sleeping capacity is a huge factor.
I come from an unusually large family, and when I was growing up, my parents decided to buy a travel trailer so we could take family camping trips. We were on a budget and my dad drove an SUV at the time, so we were limited to an affordable travel trailer weighing less than 5000 lbs. We ended up with something that slept 6 people, and since my brother and I were the oldest, we always got booted out into a tent for sleeping. I wish the Cherokee Grey Wolf 25MB came out 15 years ago. It's a new floor plan by Cherokee Grey Wolf that I call "The Sleeping Machine."
The 25MB is a 25ft trailer that weighs 4886 and easily sleeps 10! It is a Forest River product and the Cherokee line has a reputation for high quality builds at an affordable price. Speaking of price, that might be the best part about this trailer, because you can buy it new for around $17,000. Paul Sherry RVs always carries a great selection of Cherokee trailers, and we normally have a 25MB in stock.
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The rear kitchen and living are doubles as the master bedroom with the use of a Murphy bed that folds down over the couch. This creates room for a separate bunk room in the rear of the trailer with 4 bunks in it. A bunk room in a 25 ft trailer is rare in itself, but Cherokee took it a step further and created the option to unite the two bottom bunks creating one large sleeping area. By laying a board across the gap and placing the included sleeping pad on top of the board (much like folding down a dinette bed), your bunk house can now sleep 6 rather than 4!