The history of Shasta RVs is a large part of this history of the travel trailer industry as a whole. In 1941, founder Robert Gray's first Shasta house trailer was designed as mobile military housing. The visual of a Shasta trailer was one that would become an icon for travelers. In the following decades, the company changed hands, and today Shasta RV is a division of Forest River, Inc. Although the offerings of the company have expanded and developed over the years, Shasta RVs continues to pride itself on being a part of the American Dream: “the freedom and desire to roam, explore and enjoy well-earned leisure time with the people we love.”
In the current market, Shasta RVs offers an updated variation of their original Shasta trailers, as well as Oasis and Revere travel trailers. They also supply consumers with fifth wheels with their popular Phoenix line. Each of these well-made travel trailers and fifth wheels has all of the comforts of home and the luxury options that buyers are looking for in a recreational vehicle.
In 2011, the Forest River Owners Group was formed, giving those who own Shasta RVs and other brands under the parent corporation a great resource that will help them get more out of their Shasta travel trailers and fifth wheels. Membership in this free community includes the option to take part in trips and rallies, and a range of other perks that include discounts, informational resources, and much more. This is just a small part of the commitment to customer service that Shasta RVs was based on from its inception.
Forest River, Inc is the parent company for Shasta RVs, as well as a number of additional recreational vehicle brands. They are also the makers of popular pontoon boats, as well as park model RVs and homes. Their extensive commercial offerings include buses, cargo trailers, and commercial trucks.