Top Rated Toy Hauler Trailers – Find The Right Fit For You

We upgraded to a toy hauler last year because we were still in our first camper and the roof started leaking on us, to the point that the insurance company totaled it. So we upgraded!

out with the old, in with the new

I have a Harley Davidson Road King so I have been dreaming of having a toy hauler for a long time. This camper holds my bike, as well as another full size dresser so trips with multiple families are easily done.

back deck

Toy haulers are becoming more and more popular, due to the amount of storage space they provide. Many people who don’t even have the traditional “toys” are buying these rigs so they have room to store things like grills, bicycles, outdoor kitchen set-ups, fire pits, etc.

I’m going to show you my picks for the Top Rated Toy Hauler Trailers.

5th Wheel

Jayco seismic 4250 exterior

The most versatile toy hauler is the 5th wheel style. Many of the tag along toy haulers rely on the garage area as living space for either the living room or the main bedroom. With a 5th wheel, you still get your main bedroom, living room, and the garage is separate. Most times, you can convert your garage into another bedroom with electric bunk beds, and some even have lofts above the garage, to utilize that space more.

Jayco seismic 4250 cargo equipment features

My favorite floor plan that I’ve found in a 5th wheel toy hauler is on the Jayco Seismic 4250. When we bought our camper, this floor plan wasn’t in our budget, but it’s still my favorite! It features a front bathroom which is pretty unique. It also has a half bath in the back for friends and family that are either visiting or staying with you overnight.

4250 floor plan

floorplan features

They also have a floor plan that boasts not one, but two patios! One on the rear ramp door, and one on the side. As well as a king size bed and 2 FULL BATHS!

4212 floor plan

Tag Along

The Lance 2612 Toy Hauler is my number one pick for the travel trailer category. This camper features 12′ of unobstructed garage space! That’s enough room for your side-by-side ATV, motorcycles, surf boards, hunting equipment, or anything else you need extra space for.

lance 2612 toy hauler travel trailer

lance 2612 toy hauler travel trailer standard equipment bathroom

lance 2612 toy hauler travel trailer standard equipment bedroom

lance 2612 toy hauler travel trailer standard equipment construction

Motorhome

If you are more the Class A RV type, but are still interested in a toy hauler, Outlaw makes one for you! These self-contained units are big enough that you can even take your smart car with you! They provide ample room for all your storage needs, and between the three floor plans, you can find the one that suits you best.

outlaw class a toy hauler

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Mini Toy Hauler

For those of you who don’t follow the “bigger is better” mentality, QuickSilver has some compact toy haulers that you can take just about anywhere. They come with all the amenities you need, just scaled down to a smaller size.

QuickSilver mini toy hauler

QuickSilver specs

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What Toy Hauler Is Perfect For You?

Research is your biggest tool when it comes time to finding the right RV to suit your needs. One thing you can do to help with your research, is rent some different campers for a season. Try different ones for each trip. Check out the different floor plans that are offered, and different types of RV’s.

Once you’ve found the type you like, check out how the set up is, leveling jacks, slide outs, sewer and water hookups, etc. Make sure you’re comfortable with your decision as RV’s are a pretty big investment.

Do you have a particular floor plan that you like? Let me know in the comments below!

Todd

mycampingessentials.com

2 Comments on “Top Rated Toy Hauler Trailers – Find The Right Fit For You”

  1. Hi Todd, this was an amazingly thorough post! I enjoyed the explanations and pics of the different models. There are an incredible number of choices on the market.

    Right now we have a Class C but it’s pretty out of date for our liking. We’ll be looking into travel trailers next as that is the only RV that we have not yet owned, although we borrowed a very used Airstream from a friend recently. We would prefer something new and most likely not an Airstream. (No offense to Airstream owners out there.)

    Great post. Thanks for sharing.

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