The 7 Best Travel Trailers Under 4000 lbs (in 2021)

If you’re looking for the most comprehensive guide to travel trailers under 4,000 pounds, you’ve found it! We’ll break down everything you need to know about some of the top options in the industry so you can find the perfect trailer the first time!

Best Travel Trailers Under 4000 lbs

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Coachmen Viking (17BH)

Coachmen Viking (17BH)
There are tons of perks to the Coachman Viking, but perhaps none is bigger than the 7-cubic foot fridge. This trailer is an outstanding choice all around.
OUR #1 RATED

Coachmen Viking (17BH)

There are tons of perks to the Coachman Viking, but perhaps none is bigger than the 7-cubic foot fridge. This trailer is an outstanding choice all around.

Coachmen Clipper Cadet (14CR)

Coachmen Clipper Cadet (14CR)
If you want a lightweight trailer with tons of living space, this is it. While it doesn’t have a dedicated bedroom, you have plenty of room to enjoy your activities throughout the day.

Coachmen Clipper Cadet (14CR)

If you want a lightweight trailer with tons of living space, this is it. While it doesn’t have a dedicated bedroom, you have plenty of room to enjoy your activities throughout the day.

Venture RV Sonic Lite

Venture RV Sonic Lite
They offer six different versatile floorplans to choose from under 6,000 pounds, and you can’t go wrong with any of them!

Venture RV Sonic Lite

They offer six different versatile floorplans to choose from under 6,000 pounds, and you can’t go wrong with any of them!

Winnebago Minnie Drop (1710)

Winnebago Minnie Drop (1710)
If you want a lightweight trailer with a full kitchen, the Winnebago Minnie Drop is an outstanding choice. A three-burner stove and an oven come standard.

Winnebago Minnie Drop (1710)

If you want a lightweight trailer with a full kitchen, the Winnebago Minnie Drop is an outstanding choice. A three-burner stove and an oven come standard.

Airstream Basecamp

Airstream Basecamp
The Airstream Basecamp might be the most beautiful travel trailer in the world. If you want to enjoy the scenery from the comfort of the trailer, this a great choice.

Airstream Basecamp

The Airstream Basecamp might be the most beautiful travel trailer in the world. If you want to enjoy the scenery from the comfort of the trailer, this a great choice.

Happier Camper

Happier Camper
The Happier Camper utilizes a unique ADAPTIV system that lets you transform your living space to meet your needs, from early morning breakfast to sleeping arrangements at night.

Happier Camper

The Happier Camper utilizes a unique ADAPTIV system that lets you transform your living space to meet your needs, from early morning breakfast to sleeping arrangements at night.

K-Z RV Escape

K-Z RV Escape
With 11 different floorplans under 4,000 pounds and an 8-foot cubic refrigerator in each option, K-Z offers some great trailer choices.

K-Z RV Escape

With 11 different floorplans under 4,000 pounds and an 8-foot cubic refrigerator in each option, K-Z offers some great trailer choices.

Palomino PaloMini

Palomino PaloMini
The largest PaloMini’s have freshwater tanks of 44-gallons. If you’re a water hog on your trip, this trailer is for you.

Palomino PaloMini

The largest PaloMini’s have freshwater tanks of 44-gallons. If you’re a water hog on your trip, this trailer is for you.

Bullet Crossfire 1800RB (Keystone)

Bullet Crossfire 1800RB (Keystone)
The Bullet Crossfire has tons of premium features like large freshwater tanks and a murphy bed. If you want luxury, this is a great choice.

Bullet Crossfire 1800RB (Keystone)

The Bullet Crossfire has tons of premium features like large freshwater tanks and a murphy bed. If you want luxury, this is a great choice.

Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini

Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini
If you don’t have a ton of money to spend on a trailer but still want great options, that’s where the Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini excels.

Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini

If you don’t have a ton of money to spend on a trailer but still want great options, that’s where the Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini excels.

Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite

Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite
Gulf Stream offers tons of choices to choose from. No matter what you’re looking for, they’re sure to have a floorplan that fits.

Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite

Gulf Stream offers tons of choices to choose from. No matter what you’re looking for, they’re sure to have a floorplan that fits.

Airstream Sport 22FB

Airstream Sport 22FB
This is a deceptively awesome trailer. If you’re an experienced camper, you’ll recognize just how awesome it is. If you’re not, we’ll break down why you should be impressed.

Airstream Sport 22FB

This is a deceptively awesome trailer. If you’re an experienced camper, you’ll recognize just how awesome it is. If you’re not, we’ll break down why you should be impressed.

Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer

Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer
Jayco is one of the top names in the industry for a reason. The Hummingbird Travel Trailer is an excellent choice for novices and experts alike.

Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer

Jayco is one of the top names in the industry for a reason. The Hummingbird Travel Trailer is an excellent choice for novices and experts alike.

Safari Condo Alto F2114 Travel Trailer

Safari Condo Alto F2114 Travel Trailer
This little-known brand makes a badass travel trailer. It might be the best one on our list, and chances are you’ve never heard of it before!

Safari Condo Alto F2114 Travel Trailer

This little-known brand makes a badass travel trailer. It might be the best one on our list, and chances are you’ve never heard of it before!

 

Travel Trailers Under 4,000-Pounds Reviews

This comprehensive guide will break down the most essential features and drawbacks that each trailer has to offer. If you’re trying to find the perfect trailer for you and your family, we’ve got you covered.

1. Coachmen Viking (17BH)

Coachmen make a ton of great trailers and RVs, but not many of them weigh in under 4,000 pounds. Luckily the Coachmen Viking does have a floorplan that fits the narrative in the 17BH.

It’s not the most feature-laden trailer, but it has more than enough for most adventures. It sleeps up to five people with a bunk bed, full-size bed, and a convertible dinette.

From there, it has a full dry bath that even comes with a sun/moonroof over the tub! If you’re worried about running out of water while showering, especially with five people, the Coachmen Viking comes with a 27-gallon freshwater tank, so you’re covered!

From there, you get a fully functional kitchenette with a 2-burner stovetop and a 7-cubic foot fridge. The interior height is a spacious 6’6″, so only the tallest individuals won’t be able to stand up straight while inside.

While there are tons of perks to this compact trailer, it’s not perfect either. The first tradeoff is the living space. While you get three separate beds, they have to go somewhere, which eats up a large portion of the actual living space.

Unfortunately, not only does this trailer not come with a television, but there’s also no space to mount one even if it were an option. In addition, if you think you can swap shows for card games, you’ll likely need somewhere else to play besides the dinette.

While the brochure says that it can seat four people, it’s a bit of stretch unless two of those people are smaller children. It’s possible, but it’s going to be a tight squeeze.

Pros

  • Sleeps up to 5 people
  • Both UVW and GVWR weigh in under 4,000 pounds
  • Large 27-gallon freshwater tank
  • Larger 7-cubic foot refrigerator

Cons

  • No options for a television
  • Not much living space
  • Smaller dinette can only seat two people comfortably

2. Coachmen Clipper Cadet (14CR)

If you’re looking for a lightweight trailer with extra living space and tons of storage, then the Coachmen Clipper Cadet has the perfect floorplan for you. The 14CR floorplan might only sleep three people, but it has tons of room for activities.

The dinette area is huge and can easily fit four people, but if everyone is willing to squeeze together, you can fit up to six. Even better, those large seats at the dinette have under-seat storage, giving you plenty of space for all your gear.

From there, you get an additional sofa for even more room in the living area. As a final perk to the living area, you get a full-sized wardrobe that gives you plenty of space for clothes and other gear.

The kitchenette area has a two-burner stove and a small sink with a countertop cover to give you a little extra counter space. Additionally, while the bathroom isn’t spacious, it is a dry bath, and you get a moon/sunroof over both the tub and toilet area.

It comes with a 27-gallon freshwater tank, which is plenty large enough for three people.

The biggest drawback to the 14CR floorplan for the Clipper Cadet is that it doesn’t have a dedicated bedroom area.

Instead, the dinette and sofa convert to sleeping arrangements. That’s alright, but those converted beds aren’t nearly as comfortable as actual mattresses.

Pros

  • Large 27-gallon freshwater tank
  • Lots of storage under seating areas
  • Large dinette area easily fits four people – you could squeeze in six
  • Multiple sun/moonroofs in the bathroom
  • Lots of overhead storage

Cons

  • Only sleeps up to three people
  • No dedicated bedroom – only convertible sleeping areas

3. Venture RV Sonic Lite

Unlike many other trailer brands that only have one floorplan that comes in under 4,000-pounds, the Sonic Lite RV by Venture has six different options for you to choose from. The Sonic Lite RVs specialize in RVs under 4,000 pounds, and they do a great job with all of them.

Depending on the floor plan you choose, your RV can sleep anywhere from two to six people, and there’s plenty of living space throughout. Not only do they all come with some sort of dinette or table for your meals, but they also have options for televisions and large kitchens.

These aren’t just kitchens with nothing more than a stovetop and a small sink, either. These are kitchens with 3-burner stovetops, ovens, and large 8-cubic foot refrigerators. From there, you get a large farmer’s style sink, so you don’t have to worry about running out of space while you’re doing dishes.

Of course, if you need the extra counter space, they have a cover that lets you utilize the area, so you’re not losing a thing by getting a larger sink!

Not only do you get tons of living space and a fully equipped kitchen, but you also get tons of headroom. With an interior height of 6’10”, not many people have to worry about hitting their head when they step inside.

As an added perk, all the floorplans come with exterior passthrough storage, so there’s plenty of room for all of your gear without having to worry about cramming everything inside your living space.

Like most trailers in this category, it has a dry bath in every floorplan, but keep in mind that none of the models have a tub – they’re all equipped with showers. But as an added perk, you don’t just get an interior shower, and you get an exterior cold/hot water shower with every floorplan too!

Pros

  • Six different floor plans to choose from
  • Large interior height at 6’10”
  • Large farmers style sink
  • 3-burner stove instead of two
  • Large 8-cubic foot refrigerator
  • All models come with an exterior shower
  • Large 38-gallon freshwater tank
  • Pass through exterior storage on models

Cons

  • We couldn’t find any!

4. Winnebago Minnie Drop (170S, 185DB, 190BH)

While the Winnebago Minnie Drop has five different floorplans, only three of them weigh under our 4,000-pound threshold.

From those floorplans, you get some stellar choices though. The smallest model only sleeps up to three people, but if you upgrade to 190BH, you’ll get enough sleeping arrangements for four people.

Moving to the kitchen, you get a full setup with a 2-burner stove and an oven. But the refrigerator is on the smaller size. A perk that the Mini Drop has over other smaller trailers is that every model has a television, which can be a great way to break up the time on longer trips.

Not only do you get a spacious dry bath with the Minnie Drop, but you also get an exterior shower with all of their models. If you’re worried about running out of water, you get a 31-gallon freshwater tank, which is more than large enough for three to four people.

If you’re on the taller side, keep in mind that the interior height in a Minnie Drop is only 6’5″. While that’s large enough for most people, it might feel small for those that are a bit taller.

Pros

  • Kitchens include an oven
  • All models have an exterior shower
  • All models have televisions
  • Large 31-gallon freshwater tank
  • Large residential style sink

Cons

  • Smaller models only sleep three people – the largest ones only sleep 4
  • Lower interior height at 6’5″

5. Airstream Basecamp

If you’re looking for a beautiful trailer that lets you view the world while you’re inside it, the Airstream Basecamp is an outstanding choice.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a trailer with more natural light, as the large panoramic windows stretch from the front of the trailer all the way down each side. There are four different floor plans to choose from, with the smaller ones only having enough sleeping space for two people.

Meanwhile, the larger ones have sleeping accommodations for up to four people. Another perk is that your indoor shower converts to an exterior one whenever you want thanks to a showerhead passthrough window.

Additionally, you get tons of storage space under the bench seating – so getting all your gear packed has never been easier! While this trailer has both a gorgeous interior and exterior, it lacks features that other trailers have.

First, it’s one of the only trailers we reviewed here with a wet bath instead of a dry bath. While that’s not necessarily a drawback, tons of people prefer dry baths. Moreover, the smaller models only come with a 21-gallon freshwater tank, which is smaller than we’d like to see.

The larger models do have a slightly larger 27-gallon freshwater tank, but that’s still on the smaller side compared to some trailers we looked at. Furthermore, the refrigerators change with the model size too, but neither option is large. It’s a 3.1-cubic foot fridge in the smaller models, compared to a 4.3-cubic foot fridge in the larger ones.

But the reason you might need to upgrade to the larger model has nothing to do with any of these features. Instead, it’s entirely about the interior height.

The smaller models only have a height of 6’3.5″, which is too small for taller individuals.The larger model does have an interior height of 6’7″, but we wish that was the standard.

If you’re interested in the Airstream Basecamp, it’s probably because of the kitchen area. It’s unrivaled in its setup – if not its features.

You do get a 2-burner stove, and you’re surrounded by panoramic views when you look up from that stove. Unlike other trailers that hide the kitchen away, the kitchen is the place to be in the Airstream Basecamp.

Pros

  • Four floorplans to choose from
  • Both an interior and exterior shower
  • Panoramic windows throughout for tons of natural light
  • Adjustable tables
  • Tons of storage under the benches

Cons

  • Small refrigerator (either 3.1 or 4.3 cubic feet depending on your floorplan)
  • Wet bath instead of a dry bath
  • No dedicated bedroom area – the entire trailer is on the smaller size
  • Lower roof on the smaller model (6’3.5″)
  • Smaller freshwater tank on the smaller model (21-gallons)

6. Happier Camper

The Happier Camper introduces a unique design with their ADAPTIV cube technology. While this isn’t the ideal setup for everyone, it makes the Happier Camper one of the most versatile trailers.

The ADAPTIV cubes allow you to customize the trailer to your specific needs. Do you want a kitchen setup? They have cubes for that. Need extra storage space? They got you covered there too. What about an extra bed? Check it off the list.

While this allows you to customize the Happier Camper to what you need, the tradeoff is that Happier Camper didn’t specifically design customized models to use space effectively. That might not sound like a big deal, but it means you won’t have all the conveniences you’re used to, like overhead storage above your stovetop.

Furthermore, it means you have to move stuff around to get what you want, and you don’t get it all at the same time. Also, not every one of the Happier Camper designs comes with the option for a kitchen or a bathroom.

You’ll need to upgrade to larger floorplans or premium packages to get those features. For those that do include a bathroom with a shower, it’s only a wet bath design. Moreover, you won’t get an oven in these trailers.

They’re a neat design, but the Happier Camper really caters to a niche market. If you need your trailer for a wide array of purposes, it might be perfect for you.

Pros

  • ADAPTIV cubes give you more control over your trailer
  • Two models to choose from (HC1 + Traveler)

Cons

  • Refrigerator does not come standard – you need to purchase an ADAPTIV fridge cube
  • Not all options have kitchens
  • Some models don’t have a bath – those that do have a wet bath

7. K-Z RV Escape

The K-Z RV Escape line specializes in trailers under 4,000 pounds. In fact, they have 11-different floorplans, all of which weigh in at 4,000 pounds or less. The lightest only weighs 2,825 pounds!

With so many floor plans to choose from, it’s easy to pick and choose which options you want and which ones you could do without.

For example, some of their floorplans have passthrough storage on the exterior. If you’re packing tons of gear, this is an excellent feature to have! From there, some floorplans have both an interior and exterior kitchen, which is perfect for tailgates and campgrounds.

Every model comes with a larger 8-cubic foot refrigerator, making it easy to store all of your food for your next road trip.

Also, each floorplan comes with a dry bath, and three of them have a tub instead of a shower. The interior height in these trailers is a manageable 6’6″, which works for all but the tallest individuals.

The most significant drawback to a K-Z Escape is the fresh water tank. It’s only a 20-gallon tank, which is smaller than most other options out there. If you’re only taking it to campsites or other locations with easy access to water, this isn’t a big deal, but for longer road trips, you’ll need to plan around a limited water supply.

Pros

  • 11 floorplans to choose from
  • Some floorplans have passthrough storage
  • Options to sleep anywhere from two to eight people
  • Larger 8-cubic foot refrigerator
  • Some models have both an indoor and outdoor kitchen

Cons

  • Smaller 20-gallon freshwater tank

8. Palomino PaloMini

With 11-different floorplans to choose from, there’s sure to be a Palomino PaloMini trailer that fits your needs. The smallest PaloMini options only sleep up to three people, but if you upgrade to a larger floorplan, they have enough sleeping space for six people.

Every model has a deep farmer’s sink that makes it easy to do dishes, and when you’re done, you put the countertop cover on to reclaim your counter space!

Additionally, every shower/tub in the PaloMini has a skylight, which adds a sense of elegance and comfort to these beautiful trailers.

As far as having enough water to use those showers or tubs, it all depends on what floorplan you choose. The smaller floorplans only have 19-gallon freshwater tanks, which is a little small for most people.

However, the largest models have 44-gallon freshwater tanks, which is the largest we could find on a trailer under 4,000 pounds!

Each model has plenty of space in the living area in addition to a separate master bed. Finally, the kitchen has a two-burner stove and a refrigerator. But the fridge is a compact size, which is a bit disappointing, especially in the larger models.

Pros

  • 11 different floorplans to choose from
  • Sleeps three to six people
  • Larger models have a 44-gallon freshwater tank
  • The showers have a skylight over them
  • Deep farmers style sink

Cons

  • Smaller models only have a 19-gallon freshwater tank
  • Smaller refrigerator

9. Bullet Crossfire 1800RB (Keystone)

If you’re looking for a premium trailer under 4,000 pounds that has tons of features, the Bullet Crossfire 1800RB doesn’t disappoint.

First, it makes the best use of the living space by incorporating a murphy bed directly over the sofa in the living area. Furthermore, you get his and hers wardrobes, which means you won’t have to fight over who’s stuff goes where.

The kitchen area isn’t amazing, but it’s better than what most smaller trailers offer. It utilizes a split sink design, which is perfect for a setup without a dishwasher. You get a two-burner stove to cook on in addition to the 6-cubic foot fridge to store your food.

What really starts to set up this trailer part, though, is the bathroom area. It’s a dry bath with a linen closet and a full-sized tub. While you might be worried about not having enough water to use a tub that size, with a massive 43-gallon freshwater tank, running out of water is rarely a concern.

When you are soaking in the tub or taking a shower, you can take in the views through the skylight, making everything a bit more enjoyable. If you’re looking for a more adventurous experience, it comes with an exterior shower too!

Another perk to the Bullet Crossfire 1800RB is that it has exterior passthrough storage, which gives you plenty of space to bring along bigger gear on your next outing.

Overall, the Bullet Crossfire 1800RB is an outstanding choice if you’re looking for a more luxurious camping experience.

Pros

  • Large 43-gallon freshwater tank
  • Murphy bed expands your living area
  • Larger 6-cubic foot fridge
  • Split sink design
  • Passthrough exterior storage
  • Interior and exterior shower
  • Skylight over the shower/tub combo
  • Comes equipped with a full-sized tub

Cons

  • Only sleeps up to four people

10. Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini

If you’re looking for an affordable trailer under 4,000-pounds, the Keystone Springdale Summerland Mini is a great choice. They have four different floorplans under 4,000 pounds, which all come with their own set of perks and drawbacks.

They have enough sleeping space for three to five people depending on the floorplan you choose. The sizeable 27-gallon freshwater tank means you don’t have to worry about running out of water often.

Moreover, the dining area is exceptionally spacious, giving you plenty of room for games and activities with your family and friends. While every floorplan doesn’t come with an option for a television hookup, some do, which gives you the ability to prioritize what matters to you.

While the premium features on these trailers are limited, you’re getting a phenomenal deal for the price range. There are a few drawbacks that we wish they’d address, though.

First, the smaller two floorplans only have a 3.2-cubic foot refrigerator. The third model under 4,000-pounds has a 6-cubic foot fridge, but it’d be nice if they all did.

From there, the sink size in these trailers is entirely too small. While the faucet is big, all it does is try to mask the smaller sink’s size. While this will undoubtedly help you save water, it can be a bit of an inconvenience.

Finally, there are tons of places that Keystone could add in overhead storage, but they seem to miss those opportunities, leaving it up to you to get creative to make all your gear fit. It’s workable, especially for the price, but it’s not ideal.

Pros

  • Larger 27-gallon freshwater tank
  • Spacious dining areas with enough room for four to five people
  • Some floorplans have optional television hookup
  • Very affordably priced

Cons

  • Small 3.2-cubic foot refrigerator (only one floorplan has 6-cubic foot fridge)
  • Small sinks
  • Not a lot of premium features

11. Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite

Few brands offer more choices than the Gulf Stream Ameri-Lite Super Lite trailers. All 10 of their floorplans weigh in under 4,000 pounds, meaning that you can pick your favorite design instead of worrying about the weight!

While there are differences in each of their floorplans, they all have some of the same great features. For starters, they all have exterior passthrough storage to help you transport all of your gear on your next adventure!

Furthermore, they all have skylights over their shower/tub combos, which adds some natural light to the bathroom area. Finally, they all have a spacious interior height of 6’8″ and the option to add an exterior kitchen.

While these are some great features to get started with, some of the different floorplans offer even more perks. For instance, the larger floorplans have a 30-gallon freshwater tank, while the smaller ones only come with a 17-gallon tank.

Moreover, if you’re looking for a setup with a split bathroom design, the 19RD floorplan is precisely what you’re looking for – no more getting tied up without a toilet while someone is showering!

Another big difference is the number of people each floorplan can accommodate. While the smaller floorplans only have enough sleeping arrangements for three people, the larger ones can accommodate up to five.

While there are tons of features to love in their Super Lite floor plans, one thing they should look into upgrading is the size of the sink. It’s small overall, no matter the floorplan you choose.

Pros

  • Ten floorplans to choose from
  • 6-cubic foot refrigerator
  • Optional outdoor kitchen
  • Skylight over the shower/tub combos
  • Larger floorplans have a 30-gallon freshwater tank
  • Larger interior height of 6’8″
  • All floorplans have passthrough exterior storage

Cons

  • Smaller floorplans have a 17-gallon freshwater tank
  • Sinks are small

12. Airstream Sport 22FB

While the Airstream Sport 22FB might seem like a minimalistic design at first blush, don’t let that fool you. While this trailer might only have enough sleeping accommodations for four people, it’s packed with premium features that an experienced camper can enjoy.

First, the LG LED TV is a standard feature. While most other manufacturers will nickel and dime you for features like this, Airstream just includes them. From there, they offer a 4.2-cubic foot refrigerator. While it’s definitely on the smaller side, it’s a 3-way fridge. If you’re an experienced camper, you know there’s a ton of value in this.

Another unique perk is that they have a standard seat in the shower. After a long day camping, it’s nice to have somewhere to relax instead of feeling cramped in a tiny shower. In fact, the entire bathroom is far more spacious than most other lightweight trailer designs.

While the kitchen area is pretty standard, one added perk is the double sink design. Once again, this is a feature that experienced campers can enjoy. The extra space comes in handy when you’re cooking.

This camper does have outdoor storage, but it’s not passthrough. While passthrough storage would be nicer, this is better than nothing.

While there are tons of great things that Airstream does in their Sport 22FB package, there are some things they could improve upon.

For starters, the fresh water tank is a bit small at 20-gallons. It’s passable, but it’s not great. From there, it does only sleep up to four people, and two of those beds are from the convertible dinette.

However, the most significant drawback to the Airstream Sport is the low interior height. It’s only 6’3″, which is far too small for many taller individuals.

Pros

  • LG LED TV is standard
  • While the fridge is small – it is a 3-way fridge
  • Built-in seat in the shower
  • Outdoor storage – but it’s not passthrough
  • Double sink design

Cons

  • Smaller 20-gallon freshwater tank
  • Smaller 6’3″ interior height
  • Only sleeps up to four people

13. Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer

The Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer is a tried-and-true option for those looking for a smaller travel trailer. Jayco offers five different floorplans to choose from, but you can break them down into two categories, the 10RK and the rest.

That’s because the 10RK is nothing more than a covered bed with an exterior kitchen. It doesn’t offer a bathroom of any sort, and it doesn’t even have space for you to stand inside the trailer without being on the bed.

The other compact options are more what you’d expect from a travel trailer. Those four floorplans have a dry bath inside and an interior kitchen.

But all five floorplans have a 25.6-gallon fresh water tank, which is large enough for most applications. Furthermore, they all have propane grill hookups outside and exterior speakers perfect for tailgating or playing music around the campfire.

As a final perk, they all have options for a television inside the trailer, even the minuscule 10RK floorplan. But even a top-notch brand like Jayco has a few things they could do better. First, the refrigerator is tiny at only 3 cubic feet. If you’re heading out for a longer trip, it’d be nice to have something a little bigger.

More importantly, the smallest options only have sleeping arrangements for up to two people, while the largest only have enough space for four. If you’re traveling with a larger family, the Jayco Hummingbird simply doesn’t have enough beds.

Pros

  • Five floor plans to choose from
  • Exterior shower
  • Option to add televisions
  • Exterior speakers
  • Propane grill hookups outside
  • Larger 25.6-gallon tank

Cons

  • Small 3-cubic foot refrigerator
  • They only sleep from two to four people

14. Safari Condo Alto F2114 Travel Trailer

While Safari Condo might not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of travel trailers, that doesn’t mean they don’t have a high-quality product. In fact, their Alto F2114 might be the best travel trailer under 4,000 pounds out there.

For starters, it comes with a spacious 6.3-cubic foot refrigerator. Not only is it larger than many of the other options out there, but it’s a 3-way fridge, which is even better. The kitchen features get even better than that.

The Alto F2114 has a larger sink and a two-burner stovetop, which is typical. What’s not typical is that both the stove and the stovetop have countertop covers to give you even more counter space.

From there, you get a 26.4-gallon fresh water tank, which is on the larger side for lightweight trailers. If you’re worried about where you’re going to store all your gear, the trailer has under-seat storage in the living area and overhead cabinets throughout, so you never have to worry about it.

The living area also has a television, so if you’re tired of playing games and just trying to pass the time, they have you covered.

As a final perk, you get to enjoy the beautifully crafted design that makes use of panoramic windows. Not only do you get access to the fantastic scenery wherever you drive, but you also get tons of natural lighting.

There are only two main drawbacks to the Alto F2114. First, it utilizes a wet bath design that some people don’t like. Second, it only has enough sleeping accommodations for four people.

Pros

  • 6.3-cubic foot 3-way fridge
  • Exterior shower outlet
  • Both the sink and stovetop have foldable covers
  • Under bench storage for tons of storage space
  • Larger 26.4-gallon fresh water tank
  • Large panoramic windows throughout
  • Television in the living area

Cons

  • Wet bath design
  • Only sleeps up to four people

The Final Verdict

With so many great lightweight trailers out there, there’s no reason you can’t get a top-notch trailer no matter what you drive!

What’s important is to decide what features matter most to you, then take the time to find a trailer that has them! What are you waiting for? Find a trailer that you love and enjoy everything the great outdoors has to offer!

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