Originally Posted by weldonjunk
Fellow father of twins here in Alabama. I saw in your post where you mention the Forest River V Cross as being wheelchair accessible?? I am in a wheelchair and searched and searched for an accessible model and ended up with a Jayco 28BHBE because the exterior door was just barely wide enough to squeeze in. Still can't access the bath/shower once inside though : (
Does the V Cross have a ramp? a lift? or wider doors? I had to build my own ramp and porch landing and it is a pain to transport them.
I just saw your response to my post regarding wheelchair accessible V-Cross RV. My folks just returned from spending the winter in their rig. They left Milwaukee around New Years and returned a week ago. My Mom is an above the knee amputee and is wheelchair bound.
Their rig has a lift that hooks to her wheelchair and is remote controlled. I think it was an add on. The shower is wheelchair accessible and the kitchen has modifications as well. Their trailer appears to be a modification of the V-Cross Platinum 32VFKS. The layout is similar but the bathroom is configured differently.
My Dad's only regret is leaving the Jayco line after owning 3 trailers. He even went to far to contact Jayco to see if they would be interested in building a single floorplan that is wheelchair accessable as there are many who love to camp in the same situation and the company responded no.
If you want I can try to get more information from my Dad or if you want to give me your email address I can get it to him and you can communicate directly. He loves to talk about campers. If I can be of further help let me know.
I also sent you a PM.