Pilgrim Open Road Trailer - Experience?

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f350-fan-tum

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I am searching for a new travel trailer and have come across the Pilgrim Open Road 298 RLS which appears to be a good blend of quality and layout suitable to us. 

I would be interested in any input people have on the Open Road products and in specific this model ( I searched and only found one reference on the site). 

I would also be interested in any comparison to the Jayco Eagle products.

THanks
Larry
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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In the Jayco line I would recommend the Designer or Legacy series over the Eagle. More upscale & more expensive but better generally materials through out. Haven't heard anything bad about the Eagles, though.

If you are considering US makes as well as Canadian, look at the Arctic Fox and Nash trailers.
 

RVcloser4

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With out a doubt the open road! quality quality quality those units rock built like a rock and very elegant not to flashy but just enough. From the counter tops to the cabinets to the floors axles that's a unit that will give you and your family years and years of great camping! Hit the RV show when it comes around you know it's a great product when the owner of the company is right there with you showing you how his units are built as well as how the competition stacks up against his. That's called standing behind your products. A real class act!
 

motojavaphil

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I looked at your trailer online and have just looked at a 5w today.  You sure do get a lot for the money.  Drawers and closet doors were solid and looked like they would not come loose in the long haul.  I felt the designers thought the living quarters thru very well with a few exceptions.  I was impressed with the features offered and the mechanicals appear logical and solid.  Like you I am anxious to see what folks say about the Pilgrims.  RVCloser sure said a lot about Pilgram, all good!  My wife, who does not like our current 5w toybox, even liked the one we were looking at by Pilgram.  Those are just some of my observations.  Their website, if you do not have it is, www.pilgrimintl.com.  Good luck! 
 

motojavaphil

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I just read a review of a Pilgrim, I think a 36 ft model and it was excellent.  I like Jakes a lot but I was so taken with the Pilgrim Toybox that I know where I have to go. 
 

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