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2009 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer
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"13 models with the best floorplans and features ... easy enough and lite enough for you to tow"

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This is the 2009 Forest River Grey Wolf review
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Important dimensions:
Exterior length from 19'9" to 33'11",  Exterior width 8'0"
Exterior height 10'5"
Ship weights between 3108 and 5831 lbs
GVWR between 7380 and 7683 lbs
13 floorplans are available for the travel trailer version
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Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer - 17BH exterior

There is a wide range of models available for the Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer.  The picture above shows the exterior of the 17BH, one of the shortest models (22'2" length).  The picture below shows the longest model, the 29BH (33'11"):

Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer - 29BHTT exterior


Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer - model 25RB interior forward
(see individual models below for more interior pictures and floorplans.)
 

Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer - model 25RB interior forward

 

Interior and exterior features of the Grey Wolf:

  • Large radius exterior storage compartments allow you to pack all kinds of travel gear and equipment.

  • Air conditioning, awning, 20 lb. LP bottles and cover, stabilizer jacks on slide out models, stucco front metal, upgrade exterior graphics and two toned metal are all highlights of the Grey Wolf exterior.

  • Plentiful storage areas such as pantries and fold down bunks provide the room for your camping supplies.

  • Bedrooms are restful retreats that feature nightstands, large wardrobe closets, large over the bed storage and reading light for your evening comfort.

  • Grey Wolf’s outside speakers give you excellent sound quality while you enjoy the outdoors


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Forest River have created a wide range of floorplans for the Grey Wolf

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Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf travel trailer floorplans - small picture

Featured floorplans

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  Length GVWR  
17BH 22'2" 7522 A short trailer with a double bed and a bunk option
19RR 23'11" 7574 The model with the rear ramp door and cargo area
25RB 27'3" 7474 A queen bed model with a nice open concept layout
29BH 33'11" 7683 A big family model with double bed and 2xdouble bunks

   

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This is the 2009 Forest River Grey Wolf review
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: 2011 Grey Wolf

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Bob from KYHi everyone, I went out of my way to purchase a 2015 Gray Wolf 28BHKS from Cheyenne Camping Center in Walcott, IA. I saved at least $4500. Although it was a 500 mile drive it was all good, had a great time traveling their and back and it helped me get used to pulling a TT (have a Class A but decided to go with a TT this time). At the dealer I spent at least 2 hours checking out the RV from the top of the roof to the undercarriage and only had a couple very minor items that they happily fixed. Then the service manager spent at least 1 ½ hours with me to explain the operation and use of every item in the RV, what to expect and explained how the RV should be serviced. Wow.. I was not expecting such great service. Now, I have read the posted reviews and would like to add my two cents. TV antenna and the boost, please remember to switch the boost switch on when using the TV. A little red light will illuminate when it is on. If the boost is not on then don’t expect to get really good reception. This is not a Forest River manufacturing issue it is a user/operator problem, read the instructions. I too have rabbit ears in the house and get 8 to 10 channels but in the RV with the boost switch “ON” I get really good reception from 25 channels. Water leaks/seeps etc. follow the manufacturers recommended service and inspection instructions and you will not have leaks/seeps. Before I signed the dotted line the service manager and I inspected the roof, windows, vents, doors for seals and sealing. Then I knew I had a well-sealed RV. Now I follow the manufacturer’s service/inspection guidance. I learned from experience with my Class A that you must inspect and repair/replace seals and sealant regularly (at least twice a year) in order to prevent leaks. This is the nature of the beast no matter what brand of RV you buy. RV’s flex a lot, from sun heating and cooling and then riding down the road at 60+ MPH (that’s like being in a really heavy storm). And we all know how smooth the RV camping site roads are…ha..ha. I failed to do this with my Class A and my kitchen vent leaked damaging the ceiling and floor… $$$$$, but that was my fault, not the manufacturer or the dealer. Someone wrote about tire ware, I agree it is a problem that requires a bit of research and maintenance. Abnormal tire ware can attributed to improper and over loading of the RV and not regularly rotating the tires. And for the axel issues, I have not ever had any although I do my best to keep the RV off the curbs while turning and for sure out of the ditch too. Those road hazards have damaging affects to both tires/wheel and axels… my car trailer is proof of that. Also I have found it to be very useful, having good side mirrors on the tow vehicle nice to see what is coming up. One advantage my Class A had was a rear TV monitor. I would turn it on when traffic was getting heavy or when I was in a construction area. Currently I am in the process of mounting a rear view mounted TV camera on my TT and placing the monitor over my rear view mirror. They are not expensive and add a bit of safety and security (what a novel touch). Keep on camping from Bob!
LeahMy husband and I purchased a 2015 Grey Wolf 26RL RV a few weeks ago. We immediately had to leave for a job in Illinois. We are from Louisiana, but our RV in Texas. Although we have a dealer in our town they didn't seem interested in our business thus the purchase in Texas. I noticed a few days ago some severe rust on gas line to RVQ hookup and along the I-beam support of the trailer and one of the brackets. I am sickened by this. What should we do??
Floradidn't mean I don't like my camper. Lovely space and storage. The dealer is awesome. I guess it is standard the antenna and if needed, I can get an antenna that is stronger. It is standard so is what it is. Grey wolf is a great camper all in all.
Flora JakubekI purchased a 2015 Grey Wolf and was told the antenna options are great, no cranking, good reception in three areas to put tv. Well, not one unscrambled station comes in 15 miles from our home are three stations. Manufactureer was cold and they said it should go 20 miles. should but won't My neighbors has rabbit ears that I attached to the tv. I got 5 stations with that. The dealer is great, but said he can't do anything unless Forest River will. Very disappointed.
ElkyI bought the Cherokee Grey Wolf 29BH 2015 three months ago. Very happy with the layout but very disappointed on the leak problem. We have had a new leak every camping trip n this unit is only 3 months old.
andyhey guys.. so i bought a wolfpup 2011. i live in it. off grid style.. this thing RULES!! no mold.. no leaking.. its just a matter of doing it right.. make sure ur level at all sides. keep it clean.. AND ALLWAYS HAVE A DEHUMIDIFYER! when i trade up "hopefully not for another 10 yrs".. i will def get another forest river.. and if u use it in the winter u have to build a heated box for your tanks. and keep the lines and fittings warm.. DUDE!!! I LIVE IN MINE.. AND IT RULES! FREEDOM!
Art KortWe bought a 26BH Gray Wolf in July of 2014, had it out 4 times and it was great. Everything worked as it should. Our dealer did not do a good walk through. But it was easy enough to figure out. Very happy.
Bug_DahUnhappy owners of Cherokee Wolf Pup 16FB purchased in May 2013...discovered the original 13" rims/tires were undersized and only allowed 55 lbs of cargo capacity..after two weeks Forrest River said they needed to replace with 15" rims/wheels to give adequate capacity..tires now overly worn on outside edges after less then 1500 miles ??? second camping trip the gray water overflowed into bathtub...discovered the gray water tank will only take 9.5 gallons before overflowing..they have vent pipe stuck too far into tank creating an air pocket in the tank..same for Black water..practically all the pipes water/gas/drain are NOT sealed to the outside allowing road water into the insulation..fresh water tank said 21 gallon capacity , but is only 15 gallons..they say you have to count the 6 gallon water heater capacity??? Not in Fresh water tank original specs !!! Fresh water tank loosely connected to floor..can move 3 inches either way!! Hot water heater never shuts off..have to turn pilot off/on. scraps of wood sawdust under storage space under bed. Toilet defective and leaked into back inner chamber!!! stabilizer jacks each had a broken bolt on when purchased...gas lines were danglining underneath unit by 6"..dangerous..
MindyTina, what model Wolf Pup do you own? We bought a 2014 model and have the problems you listed and more!
2013 Greywolf 26DBHThe unfortunate part of internet reviews is that unhappy people go out of their way to speak out about why they are unhappy, yet happy people never think to tell anyone. I'm one of those happy people that like to tell others I'm happy so the overinflated negative perceptions don't drown out the good. We are happy with our purchase and would recommend it to anyone. A bad experience typically stems from a bad dealer, not manufacturer. Bad manufacturers go broke. Our good dealer was Hanson RV in Warman, SK
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