CrossRoads RV, Topeka, Ind., has signed a trademark licensing agreement with Field & Stream to produce recreational park trailer cabins.
“Field & Stream is instantly recognized by most people, and the brand has been synonymous with the outdoor lifestyle since 1871,” said Mark Lucas, president of the Thor Industries Inc. subsidiary.
The Westchester Field & Stream park model cabin, which retails for $55,999 nicely equipped, features a cedar-sided exterior, skipped-peeled pine lumber interior and 9-foot living room ceilings.
With 400 square feet of living space, floorplans include a loft model while all units are designed with 13 feet, 6 inches of exterior height allowing for unrestricted towing in all regions of North America.
“We at Field & Stream couldn’t be happier to have CrossRoads’ highly skilled team building the Westchester park model cabin with their long-standing reputation of uncompromising quality in the industry,” said Mike Tewey, president of Field & Stream.
CrossRoads said the new Westchester will be on display at the ARVC 2008 InSites Convention & Expo in Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 12-15, and at the 46th Annual National RV Trade Show, December 2-4, in the Broadbent Arena of the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville.