1998 Rockwood Travel Trailer/5th Wheel Prices and Specs

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Rockwood Note

TRAVEL TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS - For Wildwood information after 1996, see Wildwood by Forest River.
(2017 - 1974)

5th Wheel

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides

Rockwood Series

M-2150 22' 7'6" Fifth Wheel 2 3434 Yes
M-2320 24' 7'6" Fifth Wheel 2 3346 Yes
M-2510 26' 7'6" Fifth Wheel 2 3716 Yes
M-2530 26' 7'6" Fifth Wheel 2 3716 Yes

Travel Trailers

Length
Width
Coach
Design
Axle(s)
Weight
(lbs)
Self
Cont.
Slides

Rockwood Light Series

M-1605 16' 7'6" Travel Trailers 1 1952 Yes
M-1902 19' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2306 Yes
M-1908 19' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2413 Yes
M-2102 21' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2473 Yes
M-2108 21' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2607 Yes
M-2305 23' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2755 Yes
M-2306 23' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2775 Yes
M-2501 25' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 3081 Yes
M-2502 25' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2953 Yes
M-2505 25' 7'6" Travel Trailers 2 2778 Yes
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.