Where is Forest River Inc Corporate office Headquarters

Forest River Inc Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 900 Co Rd 1, Elkhart, IN 46514, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 574-389-4600
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 12,000
  • Established: 1996
  • Founder: Peter Liegl
  • Key People: Peter Liegl (CEO)

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Peter J. Liegl

Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President

About Forest River Inc, History and Headquarters Information

Forest River Inc sells recreational vehicles products. This company was found 23 years ago in 1996, January 26. Peter Liegl was the founder of the company. In 1996 The CEO Peter Liegl purchased Certain resources of Cobra industries where he served for seven years.

After that under the model lines: Sierra, Salem, Rockwood, summit, sandpiper, Wildwood, and Quailridge company started manufacturing products like tent campers, fifth wheel, park models, travel trailers. In that same year, after some time, they began working on cargo mate.

The company has grown through a wide range. In 1997 a second cargo trailer was established by the Forest River company which is known as Continental Cargo.

The Forest River initiated the Forest River Marine and began working on Pontoon boat. For producing Class A Motorhomes Forest River Inc purchased resources from Firan Motorhomes in that same year.

Its headquarter is located in Elkhart, Indiana, United States.

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  • KEVIN says:

    THE PEOPLE THAT ARE IN PRISON ARE MORE HONEST, DEPENDABLE, AND WHAT THEY MAKE OUT OF POPCYCLE STICKS HAS BETTER QUILITY THAN A TRAILER FROM HERE.

     
  • DC says:

    It saddens me to say that if our family ever gets through this mess it will be a direct miracle .
    we bought a forest river wildwood fsx 170ss. the object was for us to enjoy the rest of our lives. we have a special needs daughter, my husband was almost finished with his cancer treatments. so we had plans.
    we went out on one trip then things started to happen, slide was digging into flooring, I noticed a sag in the roof over slide out upfront. mentioned to hubby , he says aw it will be ok. I was a contractor, ran my on business, although I don’t run it now, I know enough about construction to know when something isn’t right. Plus I used to do inspections on homes and such.
    Until the flooring was getting torn up. ( which was right after we returned home. ( mind you we bought stabilizers to help support the massive slide out on this unit, for just in case. When went to pick it up there was a few minor issues then, like door frame at bathroom was popped off, piece of wood at dinette area was coming off.
    But lets get to the point.
    Things wrong: awning quit working after 1st camping trip, shorted out.
    metal above slide buckling
    slide pops and cracks when being slide out or in.
    slide hits a/c unit..bumping up against it
    roof sagging pretty bad.
    shower nozzle leaks water everywhere
    so we have been through a long process to try to get it prepared.( 4 To 5 months now)
    first trying to get parts. new and under warranty. that took just about over a month for company we bought camper from to get parts.
    ok we have parts.
    Then roof so badly sagged that we find out the roof trusses are broken or have disconnected themselves.
    so then we got through the process of waiting to hear what forest is going to do. ( as I kept saying something at roof just didn’t look right)
    ok so now they are supposed to pick up camper and have it repaired within 30 days.
    was suppose to send forms to us to sign on Wednesday Jan. 8th 2020
    didn’t get email. with forms.
    In discussion it was stated as I asked , were forms getting sent vis email or in mail. (Because I wanted to make sure. )
    they said mail. but when I called in reference to them again, they said they had sent them via email. so they said they would resend via email.
    I sent my items to them on Friday Jan 10, 2020
    Needless to say This has been a long drawn out mess. There is nothing that can change this or fix this at this point other than them just giving us another camper, in which you would think that would be easier considering the circumstances.
    So at this point we feel like we have been lied to and jerked around.
    The camper we fell in love with that we have only had 6 months, only been able to use 2 times. And the second time after being told it should be ok to use. which could have been a dangerous situation.
    I at this point can not recommend forest river as a camper. I normally am a person that reads reviews and does research on these things. on this we didn’t. I regret it with all my core.
    Unless something changes.. I would not recommend forest river products.
    I wouldn’t even second guess it ever.
    What may look nice, isn’t nice when it is falling apart at the seams. Literally!!
    And dealership seems and they keep saying it could be months before we get our camper back. which should be against the law in some sort of way. You may ask why< because you are caught having to pay a loan in which you have nothing to show for it. NOTHING!!!!!!
    A loan on a camper that you don't have and cant use. !!!!!!!
    The thing is it was supposed to be used so that our special needs daughter could enjoy the rest of her life. We had named it after her. It was supposed to be her road castle so we could take her to zoos and many places so she could have fun.
    We are all frustrated to no end.
    I mean who in the world and how …could you put the wrong name on the paperwork where its registered for repairs. and where at the quality control people in this matter.
    bad, bad, workmanship, bad quality.
    Buyers beware!!
    Please beware!
    We are being told it may take 6 months or more .. ridiculous.!
    just replace it. cut your loss. That's what good businesses do. I hate to say it but as per my husband , we may never buy another forest river again.
    They have to prove themselves and stick to their word.
    Honest, integrity, morals!

     
    • KEVIN says:

      IM HAVING ISSUES WITH MY SO CALLED BRAND NEW DELLA TERRA POS. THEY WANT ME TO PAY A MOBILE TECH BECAUSE THE SLIDE WONT CLOSE AND THERES SO MANY ISSUES I COULD RIGHT A BOOK DONT BUY FROM FOREST RIVER EVER……………….!

       
  • Kevin Poindexter says:

    Thinking of buying a Forest River product, do your self a favor don’t. I did from Couchs huge mistake as soon as I got it home, I had problems and found hidden damage the shower drain wasn’t even hooked up. and the slide outs don’t work right poor poor product. I cant use the microwave unless I make sure the water heater is off. one slide wont close couch wanted me to deliver it or pay for a mobile, I cant even find one that will work on it, what’s that tell ya. and there’s more. cabinet door fell off. lights over the sink are misaligned, and couchs just keeps blowing me off. theres still more. and just made my first payment.

     
  • Kevin Poindexter says:

    DONT BUY HERE I JUST MADE MY FIRST PAYMENT ON THIS PEICE OF CRAP HAD NOTHING BUT TROUBLE, DAMAGE. BUY ANYTHING ELSE. FOUND CUTS IN FLOOR, THE SHOWER DRAIN WASN’T EVEN HOOKED UP FLOODED THE UNDERBELLY SLIDES DONT WORK CANT EVEN GET ONE TO CLOSE AND COUCHES WANTS TO PAY SOMEONE TO COME HERE TO REPAIR IT. THATS BS MICRO ONLY WORKS FOR 30 SENCONDS AND TRIPS THE BREAKER, CABINET DOOR FELL OFF. WATER LINES FLOODED THE FLOOR OF THE WATER HEATER. WATER HEATER DRAIN PLUG AND POP OFF VALVE LEAKED. THEY BROKE OFF SCREWS PUTTING IN WINDOW. THE SKYLIGHTS SWEET SO BAD THE MAKE PUDDLES ON THE FLOOR. HOW CAN THE OWNER EVEN LOOK AT HIMSELF IN A MIRROR. ROT IN HELL!!!!!!!!!! OH THERES MORE I.M JUST TO PISSED TO THINK.

     
  • Donna says:

    Thinking about buying a new 2020 Forest River RV Salem FSX 179DBK. Except for the bunkbeds in the back (wish it was a walk-in closet) it is perfect for us as Retired empty-nesters. We want to scale way down from the camper we have now. However, I have read some terrifying online things about the Forest River RV: leaky roof, mediocre welding, sagging floors, etc. Does anyone know if Peter Liegl (CEO) addressed these issues in their 2020 RV editions? Also, this trailer is a single axel – we are concerned about the weight of this trailer on a single axel – any comments regarding this?

     
  • Nancy Bullington says:

    I am a travel RN with a Cedar Creek fifth wheel which we bought in 2017. I had it on a KOA campground in South Ga during Hurricane Michael (Oct 2018). A tree fell on slide causing damage and we were told to take the unit to Team RN in Albany for repairs. The insurance check was issued in Dec 2018 , we have had many discussions with Team RV owner who consistently places blame for the work not being completed due to Forest River Corp not sending the correct parts, broken parts etc. There is a definite disconnect between the dealers and Forest River. I don’t know who is in the wrong but this is extremely frustrating. We have had an Imagine RV and now the Cedar Creek and am amazed at the poor craftmanship of these units. I work with other travel nurses who would have been interested in buying an RV for work but I am discouraging that purchase due to the poor quality of work and very poor follow up (and time required to repair). I know other RV owners have had some of the same issues which is very sad. I know the industry seems to be ok doing ok for now but with continued issues/ problems I would hate to see Forest River stocks and future be in jeopardy like Camping World.

     
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