These Small Toy Haulers Are Big on Fun
Small toy haulers are an awesome way to get the most out of any trip, even if you don’t have an extra heavy-duty truck. These super versatile trailers provide the amenities of a normal RV, plus a place to store “toys” like ATVs and dirt bikes.
First, let’s take a closer look at small toy haulers and what to look for when shopping for one. Then we’ll show you 4 great toy haulers under 25ft.
What to Look for When Shopping for Small Toy Haulers
Put simply, a toy hauler is a towable RV that has a rear “garage” for keeping various vehicles that are accessed via a large ramp door in the rear. ATVs, dirt bikes, and even small golf carts and motorcycles are a few examples of the kinds of things people put in their toy haulers. While many toy haulers are quite large, the lightweight toy hauler travel trailers on our list are small enough that some can even be towed by SUVs!
When shopping for a small toy hauler, there are a few things to consider.
First is the length, height, and width of the trailer. A bigger toy hauler means more space to store your things, but it’s also going to be heavier and harder to tow. Height will also affect how much standing room you have.
You’ll also want to consider the UVW and GVWR of the toy hauler. The UVW, or Unloaded Vehicle Weight, is the weight of the toy hauler when it leaves the factory. This value doesn’t include cargo, water, or any extra equipment. GVWR is the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating and is the maximum possible weight the toy hauler can handle when fully loaded. You should never exceed this limit, or you’ll negatively impact performance and safety.
Subtracting the UVW from the GVWR gives you the CCC or Cargo Carrying Capacity. These weight limits are important because they decide how much you can load into the RV. And because toy haulers are often loaded with heavy extras like ATVs, you’ll want to make sure the weight limits suit your needs.
4 Great Small Toy Haulers Under 25ft
Now let’s look at 4 great small toy haulers that come in under 25 feet long.
Travel Lite RV 24SUR Toy Hauler
The 24SUR Toy Hauler from Travel Lite is a lightweight toy hauler travel trailer that’s built to last and packed with great features. Weighing in at only 3,094 pounds, it still packs in features like a roof-mounted AC and a Happijac drop-down bunk for extra sleeping space.
Inside, the 24SUR has a 13-foot garage, 60×80 queen bed, and a full bathroom with a shower complete with an on-demand tankless water heater. Enjoy a hot shower after a day playing in the mountains. This RV also features a well-equipped kitchen including a gas range, 10.7 cu.ft. fridge, microwave, stainless steel sink, and aluminum cabinetry.
The 24SUR also has a number of optional features like stabilizer jacks, a power tongue jack, and an electric side awning. Make your campsite the go-to destination at night with optional entertainment features like a 32″ TV and a stereo with inside/outside speakers.
Forest River No Boundaries NB10.6
The Forest River No Boundaries NB10.6 packs in almost everything and anything you could need or want into a tiny package. At less than 2,000 pounds, the NB10.6 is one of the smallest Forest River toy haulers available and can be towed easily by a wide variety of vehicles.
Inside, you’ll find a fold-out bed and dinette with a floor hatch that can be used for storage or as a footwell when using the dinette. This toy hauler also includes a JBL portable Bluetooth speaker standard. You can add optional interior features like a TV and air conditioning to suit your RVing needs.
Outside this rig, you’ll find a pull-out kitchen with a 2-burner glass cooktop and removable fridge. You’ll also find a sprayer connected to an impressively sized 30-gallon water tank. Fantastic optional features include a wraparound batwing awning, a rooftop tent, screen doors, and more.
The NB10.6 is fully 4-season ready, thanks to high-quality insulation. You can make things even cozier with the optional 5,500 BTU heat strip. This RV has the most ground clearance in its class, so you can take it with you no matter where the adventure takes you.
Forest River Rockwood Geo Pro G19FBTH
The Forest River Rockwood Geo Pro G19FBTH is a fully-featured small toy hauler that’s sure to meet all your needs.
The interior features all the necessary creature comforts with a 54″ x 74″ full bed, TV, full bath, a 70″ flip-up seat, and a full kitchen with a microwave, a fridge, a cooktop, and a sink. You can upgrade the kitchen with an optional gas oven and/or convection microwave.
This Forest River toy hauler is packed with other great features like:
- WiFi booster
- Air conditioning
- 20,000 BTU furnace
- Stabilizer jacks
- Power tongue jack
- Heated holding tanks
- Solar panel and inverter
- Outside shower
- 12′ power awning
If that’s not enough, you can upgrade the Geo Pro with the optional power package, featuring a 400AH lithium-ion battery, a 3KW/160A inverter/charger, and three 190W solar panels. You can also add a MORyde AirGlide Suspension for an extra smooth ride.
Palomino Puma Ultra Lite 187TH
The Palomino Puma Ultra Lite 187TH is a small toy hauler for those who want maximum comfort.
The Ultra Lite 187TH features a 54″ x 74″ queen bed, an overhead bunk, and a 62″ rollover sleeper sofa – that means 4 or more people can sleep comfortably! The kitchen is fully loaded with an 11 cu.ft. 12V fridge, a microwave, and a 2 burner range with a glass cover. The Ultra Lite 187TH also features a full bath with a 27″ x 27″ shower, plus a 6-gallon gas/electric DSI water heater.
You’ll also find AC and a 20k BTU furnace for all-season comfort, a 30A converter/charger, external speakers, front and rear stabilizer jacks, a power tongue jack, and a 14′ power awning. The Ultra Lite 187TH can also come ready for you to install solar panels or a backup camera.
Small Toy Haulers for your Biggest Adventures
A lightweight toy hauler travel trailer gives you everything you need for big adventures. A place to sleep plus storage for all your coolest toys is just the start. Depending on the small toy hauler, you can also find features like full kitchens, full baths, rooftop tents, solar power systems, and more.
Whatever your needs, one of the small toy haulers on our list is sure to be the right fit for you. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to pack up and take yourself and all your toys out on a trip.
Jennifer lives with her husband in a 29′ trailer in Mexico. She is one half of DashboardDrifters.com and the founder of RVSpotDrop, a web service for full-time RVers. Jennifer Jennings has been RVing for 2+ years and writing about the RV and Van Life for 2+ years. Jennifer specializes in topics such as Lifestyle, van life, campgrounds features, destination features, and product lists.