Sandpiper RV Dealer


Sandpiper RV Dealer

As one of the largest Sandpiper RV Dealers in the state. We carry many different lines of 5th Wheels and Travel-Trailers, as well as a full service and parts department. Family-owned and operated, we strive to give our customers the most enjoyable experience possible.

(336) 360-6726


Having started in the Auto business in 1980, we have slowly migrated towards the RV industry.  For several years we were involved with show cars which greatly sharpened our vehicle senses and attention to detail.  We are a family-owned and operated business that caters to the customer.  We are located in the middle of the country which helps to keep our cost and overhead to a minimum and pass the savings on to our customers.

For those flying in to pick up units, we will gladly pick you up at the Greensboro, NC airport (Airport code GSO).  The Charlotte, NC airport (code CLT) is also available, but twice as far away.  Please give two days’ advance notice if you are flying in and want us to pick you up.

We welcome your visit!   Come to the Country, where life is slower and prices are lower.  Visit the Carolina’s fastest growing RV Dealership.

Member of the Winston-Salem BBB and North Davidson Chamber of Commerce.

References are available for Internet-concerned buyers.

Our Mission

To provide high quality New and Used RV’s to our customers.  All travel trailers, fifth wheels and motorhomes are not created equal.  We do a thorough analysis of new product lines we carry prior to making the decision to place them in our inventory.  Upon delivery from the factory, units are inspected and have an extensive Pre Delivery Inspection prior to sale and full walk-thru orientation upon purchase.  Canadian sales available.  US delivery available or to the Canadian border.  Worldwide sales and shipment also available.

Financing available through several sources.

Why Choose US?

  • One of the largest dealers in the state
  • Family owned and operated
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Minimum overhead to save you money
  • Financing available through several sources


  • I just have to take the time to say Thank you to all of you in the service dept. Mike and Greg went ABOVE and BEYOND to help me with what I needed to fix my awning. They are professional. They get back to you right away. I can not say enough about this group of guys!!!! They are sure to handle all your camping needs!!!!! They ROCK!!!!!Mrs. Murdock, NC -- 1/12/2016
  • What a GREAT place to buy an R.V.  We have been RVing for several years and for the last year or so have been looking to go a bit bigger and newer. We stopped at Country Roads RV Center on a whim one day and were so pleased with them.  Our salesman Joe was the nicest man and very patient with us, no pressure, just pleasant!  After finding “the one”, a 2008 Montana 5th wheel, the rest of the process was very easy and pleasant.  The Parts and Service people were equally as nice, they actually remember what RV we bought when we came back to get some things for it. The atmosphere is very friendly and family oriented, and their prices were better than ANYWHERE else we looked.  Thank you for such a pleasant purchase on an awesome RV!Mr. & Mrs. Sharpe, NC -- 12/18/2015
  • We can’t express how excited and happy we were to find Country RV. They were amazing to deal with, especially being first time RV’ers. From the sales department, to the service to the two hours and more they spent with us on our travel trailer. Since buying our travel trailer we have called them like four times to ask questions and they are always happy to answer any questions we have.

    We are so happy and we will definitely go back when we are ready to trade.  God Bless everyone there.

    Mr. & Mrs. Easterly, NC -- 11/6/2015
  • I took my truck there after talking with Mike about a issue with my trailer lights on my camper not working.  He got it working in a matter of a few minutes.  It ended up just being a couple fuses that were bad and he wouldn’t even let me pay him for them or his time/knowledge.  I bought our camper used from CRRVC a few years back and have bought some camping items from their showroom since then.

    Needless to say I don’t think there could be a better RV dealer to do business with.  Whether you talk with the owners or staff you should be happy with their service.

    Mr. Sink, NC -- 8/13/2015
  • Wow! I hear and read about so many nightmares but the service dept. meets and exceeds all of our expectations. Warranty work done timely, professionally, and also friendly for a company that does the volume these guys do. It amazes me that you still have the personal touch.Mr. & Mrs. Faucette, NC -- 8/6/2015

Sandpiper RV Dealer By Country Roads RV Center


Frequently Asked Questions About Sandpiper RVs from Country Roads RV Center

At Country Roads RV Center, we’re committed to being the RV dealership you can trust. We make every effort to give you all the information you need to choose the perfect RV for you and your family and make sure you’ve chosen your new favorite home away from your house! That’s why we showcase questions from folks just like you, to help give you some ideas as you start your RVing adventures. We hope you find these answers helpful and informative. If you have any other questions or to see our full line of in-stock Sandpiper RVs for yourself, we invite you to call us at (336) 775-2100 or click here to contact us!


Question: What is a Forest River Sandpiper? –River, Marblehead, MA

Answer: The Sandpiper from Forest River is a line of 5th-wheel campers designed for maximum convenience, style, and all the comforts of home, whether you’re heading down to the lake for a quiet weekend of fishing, into the mountains to hit the slopes, or starting out on a cross-country adventure. With a wide range of built-in and available optional amenities and features to choose from, Sandpiper offers regular, luxury, and destination campers suitable for any excursion in the great outdoors! The 2021 and 2022 Forest River Sandpiper line includes the following models:

Sandpiper 321RL*

Sandpiper 365SAQB

Sandpiper 372LOK

Sandpiper 377FLIK

Sandpiper 384QBOK*

Sandpiper 38FKOK*

Sandpiper 391FLRB*

Sandpiper 39BARK*

Sandpiper 420FL

Sandpiper 3330BH*

Sandpiper 3440BH*

Sandpiper 3660MB*

Sandpiper 3770FL*


*Currently in stock as of September 17th, 2021. For the latest information on our current inventory selection, including inventory changes, please contact our dealership by clicking here!


Question: What do the letters after a Sandpiper model number mean? –Jericho, Amarillo, TX

Answer: The letters after the model number describe the configuration and primary amenities of the specific model. For example, the 2021 Forest River Sandpiper 3440BH is a “regular” 5th-wheel model with bunk beds, so “BH” stands for “Bunkhouse” in this case. Likewise, a model designation with a “Q” in it indicates it has a queen-sized bed and “K” indicates a king bed on board. “B” by itself means it has a bath. 3-digit numbers are reserved for the luxury Sandpiper models, while the 4-digit numbers indicate standard models. The specific amenities and features vary from model to model, so it’s worth your while to take a look around and see which one meets your travel needs and desires best!



Question: What are the differences between Sandpiper and Sierra 5th wheels? –Matt, Mooresville, NC

Answer: The only noticeable difference from a customer perspective between the two fifth wheels is in the decals, the logo, colors both inside and out and the nose caps. They are built on the same frame to identical specifications and the interior features are the same. If one model has a bunk over design and entertainment center, both do. Both of them hold resale and instant trade value well and are backed by excellent warranties. And, because both lines are effectively the same, you’ll generally find they’re around the same price, although the advertised price for each may be impacted depending on any extra options and amenities from unit to unit.  


Question: Which RV or 5th wheel floor plan is best for my family? –Bryson, Cleveland, OH

Answer: This is a question we get a lot, but it’s never easy to answer. People who mostly stay within around 200 miles of their home area are likely to have different needs and wants than hard-core road warriors who plan to spend most of their time on a cross-country trek. People who have a lot of motorized toys will prioritize designs that include toy hauler capability, while people who like to entertain in style even at a campground are more likely to be interested in the size and capacity of the kitchen and living area. We always recommend before talking to your camper dealer about an RV or fifth wheel that you ask yourself the following questions:


    • Can my vehicle tow this trailer? Many people overlook this important question, which can lead to disappointment on the dealer lot or damage, danger and possibly worse on the road. Just because your vehicle is rated to tow X amount of weight doesn’t mean it’s up to the additional demand another 5,000-25,000lbs imposes on the engine, brakes and transmission, so it’s vitally important to check this as early as possible! Your vehicle manufacturer’s website or your owner’s manual includes a towing guide so you can work out what your vehicle can and can’t take.
  • How much room for people do we need?
  • How much cargo capacity will we require?
  • Where will I/we mostly use this trailer?
  • What do I most need or want in terms of comfort and capabilities?

By asking these questions, you should find yourself with a pretty good starting point in terms of what models will best suit your needs and give you the best possible experience for your investment!


Question: What options should I look for in an RV for cross-country trips? –Ferdinand, Charlotte, NC

Answer: This is a slightly easier question to answer. Because you already know you’re planning to go cross-country, you will probably find you’re more concerned about bed size, whether there’s a rear living area and the kitchen capacity and whether the travel trailer has an island than someone who’s taking a popup camper out to the nearest campground for the weekend. One of the biggest issues you’re likely to run into is the living room question. If it’s just you and your immediate family, you probably won’t need as much space to be comfortable as you would if you were taking two families and a couple of “odd people out” to the family reunion. In preparation for choosing your fifth wheel or RV, we suggest you ask the following questions:

  • What kind of terrain will I be driving over? If you’re sticking mostly to flatlands, you will have different demands on your towing vehicle than if you’re traversing a lot of mountains or uneven terrain. See the question above for more on this.
  • How many people will I be accommodating long-term? If you have a Sandpiper fifth wheel that sleeps 8 and you estimate you need a camper that sleeps 12, you’re probably not going to be as happy with your outcome.  Buy for 95 percent of the intended use, not the 5 percent.
  • How much room do I need or want? If you plan to spend a lot of time in campgrounds between legs of your trip, you’ll likely want to consider a model with more slides to maximize living space and elbow room.

Starting from these questions, you’ll be well on your way to choosing the perfect model for you before you ever walk onto the lot!


Question: Is it better to buy or finance an RV or fifth wheel? –Mikhaila, Indian Trail, NC

Answer: In some rare cases, it may make better financial sense to simply buy outright if you can because of the savings in interest payments and fees alone. However, the interest is deductible and for people with a stable financial picture and income, or folks who are looking to maintain or upgrade their credit with “good” debt, financing may be a better option. Financing at the dealership will typically allow for a longer payback period and a lower monthly payment than using your own financing source, such as your local bank.  The advantage to financing for these people is that they don’t have to come up with the whole amount up front, freeing up more money to actually use it! In addition, dealers will allow you to apply for financing and, on approved credit, you may qualify for plans with lower monthly payments depending upon the amount financed and your overall credit history.  However, with good credit and stable income, there’s really no reason not to finance, especially if you’re looking to further improve your credit score!



Question: Are Sandpiper fifth wheels wheelchair accessible? –Jessa, Portland, ME

Answer: As they come from the factory, unfortunately, they are not. There are third-party aftermarket companies that specialize in retrofitting and upgrading motor homes, fifth wheels, camper trailers, and RVs to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals. However, this sort of refitting could be much more expensive in the long run than considering a line that was purpose-built with disabled individuals in mind. Before you decide that this means the Sandpiper line isn’t for you, we suggest you come down to our lot and take a look for yourself. Depending on your specific circumstances and needs, you may notice amenities and features that make refitting worthwhile.

Your Forest River Sandpiper Fifth Wheel Dealer

If you don’t have a dealer, no problem! Country Roads RV Center has a wide range of travel trailers, camper, and RV options to choose from, so we can help you find the perfect balance of space and safety for you and your family. Click here to contact us, call us at (366) 775-2100, or come visit us at 2609 Enterprise Road, Lexington, NC 27295. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to help you choose the right solution for all your outdoor adventure needs!

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