Meet a Jayco Family
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10728629_10203735294201617_23658929_n Who are they?

George & Janice Huffman from Salisbury, North Carolina

What kind of Jayco do they own?

2013 Jay Flight 22FB

How many nights have they spent in their Jayco?

We just purchased it this summer and hae spent 23 great nights in it.

What is your favorite thing about your Jayco?

Janice says the overall layout. George says the electric jack. After hand cranking our old camper, we will never have one without an electric jack!

What is your favorite campground?

Anchor Down RV Resort in Tennessee

What is your favorite camping memory?

Taking pictures in the Grandfater Mountain area of the Blue Ridge Parkway

Bucket list trip?

Grand Tetons

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Meet a Jayco Family
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 Kenneyfamily

Who are they?

Doug, Patty, and Cassidy Kenney and their dog Bianka at the Lincoln/Woodstock KOA in the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.

What kind of Jayco do they own?

A 2007 Jay Feather 31V

How many nights have they spent in their Jay Feather?

A whopping 750 nights!

What is their favorite thing about their Jayco?

It is durable and well built.

Their favorite campground?

This one.  Doug and Patty had their wedding ceremony and reception at this KOA last summer!  Their family and friends stayed in cabins, tents, and RV’s.

Where did they camp last?

The Great Falls KOA in Montana.  They went to Montana to visit their son Jake and his wife Misty.  Jake is in the Air Force and is stationed nearby.

Their favorite camping memory?

Doug is a huge fan of the Coen Brothers movie Fargo and he loved visiting Fargo, North Dakota.

Bucket list trip?

They want to bring their Jay Feather to Alaska.

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Class C Frame
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Jayco

motorhome_headerWhen it comes to our motorhomes, we know how important precision can be in creating a smooth ride. The same holds true in creating a solid foundation. On our motorhomes, we don’t settle for the standard frame pattern provided with each chassis.

Here’s how our foundation differs:

  • We build on a one-piece, laser-sheared, tight-fit frame with extra heat shielding.
  • We use full-width trusses that extend to the edge of the sidewalls to better support the weight of the wall. Each truss design undergoes a pull test for added safety.
  • Our entry steps are secured to the frame instead of the floor.
  • Finally, we balance the driveshaft on the line to reduce vibrations, ultimately protecting your foundation.

In addition to this frame, we build on three other impressive foundations. Click here to visit our Strong Foundation landing page to learn more.

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