The Shasta story began in 1941, when Californian Robert Gray built the first Shasta "house trailer" to be used as mobile military housing. Shasta was, and remains, an important player in the ultimate American Dream; the freedom and desire to roam, explore and enjoy well-earned leisure time with the people we love.
In the 1950s and 60s, the toaster-on-wheels look of the original Shasta trailer was the most recognizable shape on the road. Distinguished by those wings that signified flight and freedom. As the years continued Shasta continued to evolve into a safer, more sophisticated home away from home with more comfort and features than ever before.
Today, 70 years and three generations of Shasta owners later, Americans have the desire to travel like never before. And, today's Shastas have a sleek profile with amenities that were unimaginable a generation ago with the little winged trailer.
Shasta earned its reputation through years of experience, more than any other RV company in the world. The Shasta name, now associated with its parent company, Forest River, is proud to once again produce a new generation of recreational vehicles and is committed to satisfying America's call to explore the open road making memories all along the way!