A toy hauler is a type of recreational vehicle that is part cargo trailer and part travel trailer. The cargo space can accommodate all manner of “toys” – that is, all-terrain vehicles, golf carts, jet skis, dune buggies, motor bikes, and others – while the travel trailer portion typically features a kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom. The cargo space also doubles as a living area when the toys are not loaded.
These types of RVs have become more popular over the years, particularly with outdoorsy types of people who enjoy being out on the water, on the trails, or in the fields with their toys. With a toy hauler, you can enjoy:
- Easy loading and unloading – The back area of a toy hauler, known as the cargo space or garage, will have a ramp, making it quick and easy to drive or walk your toys in and out of the cargo area. Some ramps are motorized, too, which can allow for even easier loading and unloading.
- An all-in-one traveling experience – Because a toy hauler has a living space outfitted with the basic comforts of home, in addition to the cargo area, RV and camping enthusiasts don’t have to choose one or the other. With a toy rig, you can enhance your camping experience by bringing your favorite toys – ride your ATV into a canyon on a solo trip or bring your jet ski on the family vacation to the lake.
- Durable construction – Most people using toy haulers are traveling in and out of less populated areas and over rough terrain, so these rigs are constructed to withstand the bumps and jolts of off-road driving. With a heavy-duty suspension and chassis, a toy hauler offers you a fantastic, durable rig for nearly any adventure you can dream up.
- Your choice of amenities that meet your needs – If you only need a simple toy hauler to move things from one place to another, look for a model with just the basics. But, you can also find models with lots of bells and whistles, too. Some models come with an extra gas tank that you can use as a fueling station to fill up your toys before heading out for the day! Just consider how and when you’d be using the toy hauler and match the model you want to buy or rent to your specific needs.
What’s more, a toy hauler can be used in a plethora of ways – they’re not just for toys. For example, you can use your rig as emergency living quarters if your home is without power, or even as extra storage space, a horse trailer, mobile office space, or a hobby room.
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