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  • List of recreational vehicle manufacturers

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    This is a non-exhaustive list of recreational vehicle manufacturers. + Manufacturer Image LocationClass A Class B Class C Truck camper Caravan (travel trailer) Static caravan 5th wheel Popup / hybrid Other Notes 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Provides trailers to the US Government 100px 100px Defunct 100px Defunct Defunct. Formed by Sam Alper. After becoming defunct, assets sold to Cosalt| 100px Subsidiary of Trigano 100px 100px No longer manufacturing. Bought most of the assets/brands of collapsed Caravans International. Sold touring caravan assets to Swift Leisure, later spinning-out static caravan assets via MBO 100px Defunct 100px Subsidiary of Hymer Part of Elddis, subsidiary of Hymer. 100px 100px Merged into Allied Specialty Vehicles in 2010. Part of REV Group. A Berkshire Hathaway company. 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries Defunct 100px Part of REV Group. 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Subsidiary of Thor Industries. 100px 100px Products produced under the Dormobile brand 100px 100px 100px Part of REV Group. 100px 100px 100px A division of Forest River, Inc. 100px Purchased former assets of Cosalt 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. The number one retail selling motorhome brand in North America, January 1, 10 through December 31, 2011. Formerly Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International 100px 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Builds only diesel pushers in the United States and Canada 100px 100px 100px Defunct 100px Defunct. Now a brand of the Volkswagen Group 100px

  • Davidsonville Historic State Park

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    Davidsonville Historic State Park (formerly Old Davidsonville State Park) is a Arkansas state park in Randolph County, Arkansas in the United States. Situated on a border between The Ozarks and the Arkansas Delta, the park preserves the remains of the abandoned frontier town of Davidsonville. The town was one of Arkansaw Territory's first settlements when founded in 1815, serving as an important river port town on the Black River. The former townsite was made into a state park in 1957 and a monument was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

  • 2010 Arkansas floods

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    The June 2010 Arkansas floods were flash floods that killed at least 20 people near Langley, Arkansas, United States, in the early morning of June 11, 2010. Heavy, localized rainfall from six to eight inches (150–200 mm) flooded the Little Missouri and Caddo rivers, sweeping through campsites in the Ouachita National Forest.

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