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Old 04-24-2005, 08:31 AM   #1
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We are searching for a hybrid and saw online the floorplan of the Rockwood Roo 233 model. Though the pics show plenty of sleeping space for a family of 4, I'm wondering about interior storage space for food, clothes, etc... for a week long trip?

Any Roo owners out there that have either this model or another model Roo have opinions/tips on interior storage?
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We are searching for a hybrid and saw online the floorplan of the Rockwood Roo 233 model. Though the pics show plenty of sleeping space for a family of 4, I'm wondering about interior storage space for food, clothes, etc... for a week long trip?

Any Roo owners out there that have either this model or another model Roo have opinions/tips on interior storage?
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We have a Roo 233. Family of 5. There seems like plenty of storage to us. There is a closet next to the fridge. A big pantry that is about a foot or so wide yet pretty deep. The kitchen also has 2 "utensil drawers" and a cabinet under the sink and one next to that. then there is storage under each of the beds, some which open from the outside along with opening from the inside. There is also some storage under the couch , above the couch and a drawer under the seats where the table is. THe bathroom has a medicine cabinet and enough space under the sink to put toilet tissue.There is even space above the beds where you could put books. Hope that helps you some. Look at the pics on forest rivers website and that may give you more of an idea.
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