Grand Design Recreational Vehicle Company today announced its lightweight travel trailers.
The Imagine travel trailer series is the follow up to the firm’s Reflection travel trailers and fifth wheels, flagship Solitude extended stay fifth wheels and popular Momentum toy haulers.
“Following the bar set by these brands, Imagine stays true to the company’s commitment of focusing on the customer to steer design and fuel innovation,” said General Manager Micah Staley.
With floorplans starting well under 6,000 pounds, Imagine travel trailers hit the towing sweet spot of today’s medium duty trucks and SUVs, he added
“We wanted Imagine to not only hit the weight goals, but do it without the compromise that so many feel forced to in the pursuit of lighter weight. Industry leading tank capacities, 30-by-36-inch walk in shower, 60-by-80-inch queen beds and 81-inch interior radius ceilings are just a few of the areas where customers will no longer have to sacrifice,” said Staley.”The early buzz from dealers and customers point to another home run for Grand Design.”
Imagine travel trailers debut on dealers’ lots the first week of August.
For more information, visit www.granddesignrv.com.
The Mesa Spirit RV Resort, a local RV park located near downtown Mesa, has won the Mega Park of the Year award from the Arizona Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC).
“The Mesa Spirit staff takes great pride in the service and amenities we offer to our guests, and it’s wonderful to have that dedication to excellence recognized by the Arizona ARVC,” said Jarrett O’Neil, general manager at Mesa Spirit.
O’Neil credits both his staff and the dynamic assortment of activities offered at the resort for its place as one of four Arizona RV parks recognized by the ARVC this year.
“The property’s extensive amenity facilities and the wide array of planned events, activities and clubs make the resort a fun and exciting destination,” said O’Neil. “We offer accommodations for everyone, including premium RV sites and a great selection of park models for those who want to enjoy the property without an RV.”
The resort has 1,600 designated lots and is located near Mesa’s spring training facilities, including Sloan Park, which hosts the Chicago Cubs during off-season training. Along with everything that can occupy residents in downtown Mesa, the resort is also located near several golf courses as well as the Superstition Mountains, a popular hiking designation located immediately east of the resort.
Flooding is forcing the Army Corps of Engineers to cancel reservations for all of its campgrounds at Lake Tenkiller and Lake Eufaula.
Reservations at Tenkiller’s Chicken Creek, Cookson Bend, Elk Creek, Petit Bay One, Petit Bay Two, Snake Creek and Strayhorn Landing are canceled through July.
But at Eufaula, the Corps said it was canceling reservations through the end of the season, which is September 30th.
The Corps later issued a clarification, saying Tenkiller Ferry Lake and Lake Eufaula are both open for recreation. It said as lake levels fall and it repairs campgrounds it will re-open campsites on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Corps says its rangers, lake office staff, and volunteers are making repairs as quickly as possible.