1998 Rockwood Camping Trailer Prices and Specs

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(Model years 2017 - 1974)

Camping Trailers

Length
Width
Weight
(lbs)
Sleeps
Slides

E-Z Glide Series

M-2416G 15'5" 7'1" 1891 6 1
M-2418G 15'5" 7'1" 1994 8 1
M-2516G 17'11" 7'1" 2235 6 1
M-2518G 17'11" 7'1" 2120 8 1

Freedom Series

M-1610 17' 7'1" 1420 6
M-1620 17' 7'1" 1170 6
M-1640 17' 7'1" 1205 6
M-1940 20'2" 7'1" 1656 6
M-1980 20'2" 7'1" 1435 8
M-2280 22'1" 7'1" 1657 8

Premier Series

M-1901 20'2" 7'1" 1549 6
M-1904 20'2" 7'1" 1466 6
M-1908 20'2" 7'1" 1535 8
M-2306 22'7" 7'1" 1695 6
M-2307 22'7" 7'1" 1679 8
M-2308 22'7" 7'1" 2092 8
M-2407 22'7" 7'1" 1949 8

Signature Series

M-1207 23'1" 7'1" 2071 8
M-1235 23'1" 7'1" 2056 8
M-1276 23'1" 7'1" 2020 6
M-1476 23'1" 7'1" 2124 8
Founded in 1972 as a family recreation manufacturer by Arthur E. Chapman, Rockwood was first involved in building camping and travel trailers. Rockwood moved into Class A and later Class C motorhomes as the recreational vehicle maker became diverse in product offerings. Passed through several ownership structures, Rockwood was eventually acquired by Forest River recreational product group that discontinued motorhome construction. Maintained as a brand name, Rockwood is now manufacturing camping, fifth wheel and travel trailers.