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2011 Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome

"The new face of freedom: Long-lasting durability and performance, plus innovation and imagination, make Georgetown a truly impressive value..." New for 2011 - rear bath floorplan

Important dimensions:
8 floorplans are available for 2011 - we show these floorplans below
( click for full table of dimensions etc. )
Exterior length 33'7" - 37'11"
Exterior height (with A/C) 12'1"/12'3", Exterior width 8'5"
Interior height 6'8"
GVWR 22,000 lbs , GCWR 26,000 lbs
Tanks - fresh / black / grey - 65 / 41 / 41-82 gals
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This is the 2011 Forest River Georgetown RV review
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Forest River says: "Long-lasting durability and performance, plus innovation and imagination, make the Forest River Georgetown a truly impressive value." New for 2011 is the 260DS rear bath plus guest bath floorplan model (see 2011 floorplans below)

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome exterior
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"A look like this is sure to get you noticed."

Just some of the standard exterior features of the Forest River Georgetown: One-piece laminated fiberglass roof, High-Gloss Gelcoat fiberglass sidewalls, Side-hinge baggage doors, Rotocast one-piece storagecompartments, Cable T.V. and phone jacks, One-piece windshield, LED Tailights, 2 Coach batteries, Entrance step electric, Hitch 5000 lb, Automatic hydraulic leveling jacks, Rear Ladder, Mud flaps, Outside shower, Slideout Room awning(s), Power main awning, 30 entrance door, TV antenna with booster, 22.5 tires with Alcoa aluminum rims, 19.5 tires with stainless steel simulators, Deluxe graphics with partial paint package, Full body paint option (Midnight or Espresso)

CONSTRUCTION - click for a bigger picture
Forest River really have developed construction techniques over a long period. Roaming Times thinks the Forest River Georgetown construction is really terrific:
Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome construction


And the interiors?: Roaming Times thinks the Forest River Georgetown really is a well thought out motorhome with many innovative features. We show pictures of the interior and all of the 2010 available floorplans below. Below we show the interior on the 378TS. Beautiful? We think so.




Some more of the features that Forest River list for the Georgetown: "Soft Touch Driver/passenger reclining swivel bucket seats, Auxiliary start switch, Defroster fans, Driver/passenger map lights, Optional driver 6-way power seat, Front wrap-around privacy curtain, I.C.C. flash, Radio - single CD AM/FM, Radio power selector switch, Rear vision camera with monitor & audio" Really nice, don't you think?



Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome interior features

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome - interior - dinette and couch


Cool interiors...
LIGHTING/DINING/GALLEY: 30" OTR Stainless Steel Microwave, 9' Curved Door Stainless Steel Refrigerator, Stainless Steel Oven w/ Sealed burners, Solid Surface Kitchen Countertop, Undermount Stainless Steel Sink with Flush Solid Surface Covers, Pull-Out Sprayer Faucet, Recessed solid surface range cover, Flush Mount Halogen Ceiling and Accent Lighting, No carpet stepwell, Satellite Prep
Slide out pantry (w/a), 32" LCD HD TV with Home Theater, Pleated shades-Day/Night, Euro recliiner with ottoman (opt.) Std. 378, Soft touch leatherette Hide-A-Bed sofa

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome - kitchen

A beautiful bedroom arrangement:
Bedroom Area - 60 x 75 island queen bed with bedspread, headboard pillow shams and storage below (72 x 75 King Bed models 337, 357, 373,374), 19 LCD TV (opt.), Window day/night shades, Radius corner mattress and bed base

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome bedroom

Forest River says: " Twin Vessel Sinks and High Definition countertops put the Georgetown 374 in a class of its own. Combine that with the one-piece fiberglass shower and seat that is now standard in most Georgetowns, and you will realize that at Georgetown, we design with you, our customer in mind."

Bunks for the kids?:

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome bunks

The Forest River Georgetown has really nice decor choices:

Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome - decor


Why Buy a Georgetown?
This is Forest River's Georgetown advantages: Fiberglass Roof, Gelcoat Fiberglass Exterior, One-Piece Side Hinge Cargo Doors, Electric Awning, 6.5 Kw Generator, 30Entrance Door, Wrap Around Cockpit, Solid Surface Countertops, Undermount Stainless Steel Sink with Flush Solid Surface Covers, 30 OTR Stainless Steel Microwave, 9 Curved Door Refrigerator, Large Stainless Steel Oven with Sealed Burner, Flush Fit Solid Surface Stove Covers, Halogen Ceiling Lights In Living Area, 32 LCD/HD Television & Home Theater, One-Piece Fiberglass Shower with Seat (n/a 330), HD Laminate Bath Countertop, Vessel Bowl Bathroom Sink(s), Radius Bed Base and Mattress Corners, Pleated Bedroom Draperies

And a final picture, a 2011 Forest River Georgetown 350TS available 8/10 - Wholesale RV Club




FLOORPLANS:
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2011 Forest River Georgetown class A motorhome floorplans - small picture, click for a larger picture

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