2013 WindJammer 3002W Front Bathroom Dual Slide Travel Trailer
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With it's huge front bathroom the Rockwood Windjammer 3002W is perfect for the couple on the go. The Windjammer 3002W features his/her sinks and a huge front linen closet and garden shower. The Master Suite has a great open feel with it's slide out bed. The 1/2 bath off the living room is great for guests. The rear kitchen features plenty of counter space and excellent storage. With it's aluminum frame and vacuum bonded fiberglass walls, the 2013 Windjammer 3002W is lighter than most high end travel trailers at under 7000 lbs.
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