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View Poll Results: 375BHFS or a 377RLBH
375BHFS 7 35.00%
377RLBH 13 65.00%
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Old 03-21-2016, 04:06 PM   #1
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NorthPoint 375BHFS or the 377RLBH??

I'm in the market and on the fence. Feel free to comment what you think and why?

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Old 03-21-2016, 04:53 PM   #2
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My input would depend on the age of the kids (assuming kids since these are bunk house 5th wheels).

If that is true, I'd pry go with the 375 with the extra half bath. Bunk house 5th wheel's don't have much for bunks and living room. It's either a bunk room with small living, or no bunks with big living.


I've been in both these campers. The flip up bunk room with overhead loft is just okay (in my opinion). If you don't care about a second bath, it may be a winner for ya.

The 375 bunks are smallish. Well, I think most bunks are smallish. They fit children under 12. After that the kids could be hanging out of the bunks. Maybe not a problem, just depends on your needs. Our kids like to bring friends camping. Someone not used to a small bunk could roll right out. The 377 has a huge loft bed. The flip bunk is small. The fold out sofa is okay. The 377 with a extra toilet would be the bomb!
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I don't like viewing the tv over the island or having it so close to the kitchen, nor do I like the small love seat (had it in two previous BH's and hated it) or the recliners sitting right at the door, and the extra bath, to me, is just another thing to take care of.
But if you need the extra room of the rear bunk then it's a no brainer.

Otherwise the 377 seems like the best of both worlds.
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Old 03-21-2016, 06:01 PM   #4
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1 and possibly 2 kids = 377
2 or more kids = 375


375 Bigger outdoor kitchen and bigger bunkroom with outside access to bathroom
377 bigger living room and bigger kitchen with pantry.
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Old 03-21-2016, 06:24 PM   #5
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We have a 2016 375BHFS and love it. It's like having 3 separate rooms, kids in the back of the bunkhouse, middle area for adults (love the recliners), and bedroom to take naps. Like being able to walk straight in to the half bath without having to go through the camper. We have the hidabed in the bunkhouse.
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Old 03-21-2016, 08:44 PM   #6
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We have the 2016 375BHFS purchased in Nov. Our main determining factor of what to buy was the time being spent in it. We spend about 5 months a year in it. The rear half bath is a big plus. Also the bunks are roomy, I'm 6'2" and have slept in them without problem. We did get rid of the rear tri fold coach as it was bulky and a waste of space for us. After removing it we dropped the bunk over it to ground level. Then built a shelf over that capable of 300lbs for storage. We can now retract both slide without latching the bunks if we wish too. Also we got rid of the rocker recliners as those were a wasted space for us also. Depending on your needs, this unit seemed to have more modification options. A lot depends on someone needs and visions in my opinion.
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Old 03-22-2016, 02:58 PM   #7
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We just purchased the 377 at the end of last year and have yet to camp with it, season opens April 15th and we can't wait. We park it permanent on a lake and love being able to see out the back looking at the lake, other bunk houses you loose the view out the back. It also provided us a place for the mother-in-law, we removed the coach in the spare room and created a bed so we don't have to make and unmake the bed everyday. You still have another bunk for the grand kids when they stay over the spare room. This floor plan really worked great for us.
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Old 03-23-2016, 11:21 PM   #8
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NorthPoint 375BHFS or the 377RLBH??

The 375 is an amazing unit. We got ours in August 2015 and squeezed in 4 trips before winter. We have two boys, 6 and 4. They love their room and the outside kitchen. It also came with 4 TVs.
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Alright, this is off topic. But, in the 375 Where the heck do i plug my coffee pot in? I see the 377 Has a wall outlet on the counter (by stove) and the 375 does not..!
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Old 03-27-2016, 09:47 AM   #10
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The 375 has no counter space... another reason I would choose the 377 over the 375
Not that it matters but my rig is the 341, look at the 360 view and check out how much counter space we have to work with.
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