Featured Dealer: White Horse RV Center, New Jersey

by | Jun 13, 2018 | RV Spotlight | 0 comments

With two convenient locations in New Jersey, Williamstown and Galloway, White Horse RV Center offers a wide selection of new and used RVs. White Horse RV Center has been family owned and operated since 1973 and regularly serves customers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Deleware, New York, and Maryland.

If you are looking to buy one of the top RV brands in the industry then you are in luck. White Horse RV Center carries RVs from manufactures such as Jayco, Coachmen, Forest River (Cherokee, Grey Wolf, and Vibe), Starcraft, Fleetwood (Bounder, Storm, and Jamboree), and Keystone Fuzion as well as Grand Design.

White Horse RV Center prides themselves in having over 350 new and used RVs in stock between their two locations and their inventory includes travel trailers, expandable trailers, destination trailers, motorhomes, Fifth-Wheels, and Toy Haulers to name a few.

No matter which location you go to you will be welcomed by a friendly and knowledgeable staff. You are free to browse their large inventory in search of your new RV without the added concern of high pressure sales tactics as well.

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