A list of our favourite toy haulers on the market

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Two massive white RVs are parked with sun shining on the mountains in the distance

— Photo courtesy Forest River RV

If you travel in order to hit the trails, you might benefit from a toy hauler RV.

Toy haulers are designed to allow you to store your ATV, snowmobile or other outdoor recreation “toys” inside the towable unit. While they come in all shapes and sizes, including motorhome toy hauler models (or even custom units), for this list we focused on the bumper-pull and fifth-wheel styles of toy hauler.

If you’re looking for the most space possible, and the heaviest load capacity, we suggest one of the fifth-wheel toy haulers. A bumper-pull trailer will tend to have a smaller garage space and can carry less weight.

Here are a few of our top choices for both types:

Keystone Fuzion Impact Series by Keystone RV Company

— Photo courtesy Keystone RV Company

 

Keystone Fuzion Impact Series by Keystone RV Company

Keystone has outdone itself with this series of small travel trailer toy haulers that can offer 3,500 pounds of carrying capacity. Their units weigh between 6,500 and 9,500 pounds, depending on the model.

The Voltage by Dutchmen RV

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The Voltage by Dutchmen RV

Dutchmen RV (a division of Keystone RV Company) created the Voltage lineup, and it’s something to be proud of. Combining luxury with durability, these trailers encompass more amenities than your average toy hauler. They offer the exclusive Polar Breeze A/C system, Zero-G ramp doors, comfortable living areas and master bedrooms boasting king-size beds.

Sandstorm trailers by Forest River RV

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Sandstorm trailers by Forest River RV

Forest River RV offers a selection of toy hauler trailers called the Sandstorm series. They come in bumper-pull, sport and fifth-wheel versions to suit your specific needs and budget.

Cherokee Wolf Pack by Forest River RV

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Cherokee Wolf Pack by Forest River RV

Garnering awards for its versatility, the Cherokee Wolf Pack toy haulers can be whatever you want them to be. They offer sleeping and living space, along with ample room for hauling your motorcycles, ATVs, firewood and other essentials. Just like the Sandstorm units, the Wolf Pack trailers also come in both fifth-wheel and travel trailer types.

XLR Hyperlite by Forest River RV

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XLR Hyperlite by Forest River RV

Third but not least from Forest River RV, we have the XLR Hyperlite—another award-winning unit. As the name suggests, the Hyperlite lineup features models that are lightweight and diverse in function. Some have enclosed garages, open passageways and outside decks, to name a few of the possible perks.

The Cyclone by Heartland RVs

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The Cyclone by Heartland RVs

Heartland RVs manufactures a range of fifth-wheel trailers, and the Cyclone is among the most popular. This luxury crossover offers toy hauler capacity with a cozy living space. It even has enough recliners to accommodate the entire family.

The Lithium by Heartland RVs

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The Lithium by Heartland RVs

Another favourite from Heartland RVs, the Lithium travel trailer toy hauler has a 102-inch wide body, offering enough space to store side-by-sides and other equipment or machines. These trailers also come with luxurious amenities, such as a king-size walk-around bed and convection microwave.


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