Fox Creek units have recently been renamed Nash (to replace their previous Nash line)by Northwood. They were only made for about a year under the Fox Creek label. They are adding additional floor plans to those offered as Fox Creek models. They are also being sold in two different levels, one entry level and the other more deluxe. Northwood is a good company.
FYI, if you don't know about the Northwoods owners site it is, AFNASH.com.
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2010 F-350,6.4PSD, 6spd man trans,CC,SWB,SRW, Caravan camper shell,50 gal bed tank,17,000lb Husky WD hitch,Northwoods 2008 28KS Desert Fox Toy Hauler,2005 Honda 500 Rubicon ATV w/rumble seat,1 Aussie waiting,watching and ridin shotgun on the whole outfit.
I have a 2012 Artic Fox 25Y on order, should be made next month.
We looked at allot of different trailers and liked this one the best.
Congrats!!! We saw the 25Y at the RV show and loved it!!! Hopefully we will be getting one this year.
Make sure you post pics and give a full review.....I can't wait to see how you like it.
We just saw the 25Y at the RV show today and it was my favorite out of all the 22-26 foot TT's we saw. We're upgrading the TV this year so we can upgrade the TT in 2013. At this point that 25Y is my choice! Congrats to you!
Tina and Daryl, CJ and Storm
TV: 2012 Dodge Ram 2500 Diesel
TT: 2013 Cougar 27RLS
2 kayaks, 15' Canoe, and a 12' Porta Bote
It is a really nice plan and Northwood makes a good trailer, but be aware that it is really 30' long. Labels can be very misleading. I wish that the industry would require units names to reflect actual overall length so that it would be easier for people to compare apples to apples.
We bought a 25Y this past summer. We upgraded from our 1997 Nash 25S. Although we've had a few 'issues' with it (it was one of the original runs, we're told), we finally got everything straightened out and now we LOVE it.
Being considerably heavier than our 25S, we had to upgrade the diesel in our 97 F350 crew cab, but once done, we're zipping right along. Several thousand bucks for some Banks equipment has been a lot cheaper than buying a new truck. And the upgrade from the 16 year old Nash to this Arctic Fox has been like going from Motel 6 to the Waldorf. Ha.
We've since added all the customizing stuff we had on our Nash (solar panels, inverter, golf cart batteries, interior stuff, etc) and we're ready for our new life of luxury RV'ing.
The attached picture is of our old Nash.
Find a view - park the house!
Oh, to be retired!!!