EverGreen Fifth Wheel Hits the Airwaves

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Great American Country’s RV 2015 recently featured EverGreen Recreational Vehicles’ new Bay Hill 379FL fifth wheel on HGTV and Great American Country networks.

Host Blair Herter took an energetic family along with viewers nationwide on a tour of one of the new Bay Hill models. From the massive front lounge to the equally large pass-through storage, the Bay Hill impressed every member of the family with enough amenities to suit any family’s needs.

Inside the coach, the family remarked on the expansive front living area that has plenty of room to seat eight adults comfortably. The focal point of the front lounge is the fireplace and flat screen TV. The TV is housed in the pop up lift console so it can be hidden when not in use. The two facing 80-inch sofas fold out into two queen-sized beds converting the lounge into a semi-private sleeping area.

The spacious kitchen was also a winner featuring stainless steel appliances and an eco-friendly dishwasher. In a single 20-minute cycle it only uses three gallons of water. A residential French double-door refrigerator with freezer beneath and large pantry are welcome additions for a family on the road.

The large bathroom got a stamp of approval from the daughters, two aspiring actresses. Full of residential features there is plenty of room to prepare for auditions. The bath features a 48-inch residential, sit-down shower with sliding glass doors and a large skylight overhead. A full-size mirror and plenty of cabinets make this a bathroom the entire family could agree on.

“The 379FL had everything they wanted, from the expansive lounge that entertains by day and turns into a semi-private sleeping area at night to the family-friendly kitchen,” commented Bay Hill Product Manager Bryan Walczak. “They seemed to really enjoy imagining their life in the Bay Hill. Those are the moments we live for when we design our coaches so it was great to witness it firsthand.”


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