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If you’re looking for some of the best travel trailers for full-time living, you’re in the right place. Take it from me, a full-timer living in a 19-foot vintage travel trailer with my partner and dog!
While you may not want to live in a travel trailer as small as mine, there’s no reason why you can’t live full-time in an RV. Life on the road is becoming increasingly popular among many different individuals. Many people do it, whether you’re a young freelancer, retired camping enthusiast, or want to get involved in your local parks system.
Let’s learn about everything you need to know about full-time RV living before we dive into some of the best rigs out there for your lifestyle change. But if you want to skip ahead and just see which travel trailers make the list, you can use the table of contents below or check out this video:
9 Best Travel Trailers To Live In Full Time
Ready to check out the 9 best travel trailers to live in full-time? Here are my top picks for rigs to suit a range of traveling lifestyles.
Best Overall: Jayco Eagle
With so many Jayco models on the market, there’s no struggle in finding the right rig for full-time life on the road, and the Jayco Eagle is a fantastic option. The Eagle stands out for its luxurious touches, large living areas, and dedication to quality hardware, consistent across all five floorplans. While the Eagle only has five available floor plans, the smallest measures 34′ 10″ in length, and the largest 38′ 9″.
These are pretty mighty lengths, especially for RVing newbies, so it may be worth purchasing a smaller trailer to get comfortable towing rather than dive straight into the deep end with the Jayco Eagle! Substantial length, width, and height in a travel trailer can transform the RV living experience so if you’re a pro-tower, don’t shy away!
I like the variety between the floorplans, some have optional theatre seating, half bathrooms, washer-dryer prep, and even large kitchen islands. Speaking of the kitchen, the Eagle has a lot to offer. With the option of a 21 cubic inch residential fridge, a full range and oven combo, and a kitchen island with a double sink, I’m confident I can whip up any meal in this rig and have the correct equipment and ample preparation space.
Jayco campers are known for their interiors as well as their quality construction, and the Eagle follows suit with modern, clean finishings. The option of upgrading to a king bed is possible, and I love that even after this upgrade, there’s still plenty of room to sleep guests elsewhere in the travel trailer. AC transforms comfort on the road and living full-time in a home on wheels, it’s essential to think about the struggles each season throughout the year may bring.
Therefore, I find the two ducted AC units to be a very worthwhile addition to the Eagle, allowing me and even more importantly, my dog to stay cool no matter the temperatures of peak summer. This travel trailer is also built to withstand a vast array of weather scenarios, including lightning!
The Jayco Eagle is perfect for solo RVers wanting lots of space, couples hitting the open road together, or even families, thanks to the sheer volume of storage and numerous sleeping arrangements. Jayco rigs are known for being long-lasting, with Amish-built wooden cabinetry, heavy-duty steel framing, and moisture-resistant walls and insulation, I trust Jayco campers to withstand RVing travels from year to year.
Best For Boondocking: Northwood Arctic Fox North Fork
RVing for me is all about spending as much time in the great outdoors as possible, so having a rig with boondocking capabilities is a must! Northwood’s Arctic Fox North Fork travel trailer. Built for all seasons including cold weather, and various terrain, this travel trailer is ready to go far and wide! With seven floorplans ranging from 22 feet to 35 feet, it’s easy to find an Arctic Fox to suit the needs of any RVer.
I love having several floorplan options, especially since some layouts offer incredibly spacious kitchen countertops, large walkaround beds, and more for ultimate comfort and functionality. Boondocking ability is high on my list of priorities in any RV I look at, and this rig was built with off-grid adventuring in mind. Rated for four-season use means no more packing up in winter and waiting for spring to arrive!
Matched with all-terrain tires, a fresh water tank of over 50 gallons, and standard solar power, the Northwood Artic Fox is an off-grid machine! There are additional options available, though these will increase the cost substantially, and since this isn’t the cheapest travel trailer on the market, it’s worth giving any upgrades plenty of thought.
Depending on the layout, it’s potential to add a second AC unit along with more solar panels for enhanced comfort in the height of summer, and more sun-powered electricity generated. There are so many possible upgrades, that it’s hard to keep track and not blow the budget! Other upgrades include an outdoor BBQ grill, a backup camera, holding tank heaters, and even a router.
The kitchen is where this rig really comes to life. Whether boondocking or not, this kitchen is built for full-time living with solid kitchen countertops throughout, a lovely double sink, a full range and oven combo, and an optional residential fridge.
While not too many boondocking features come standard, I like the ability to truly make this rig exactly what you want, at any size you want. It has a lot to offer, including a comprehensive warranty program for all new travel trailers. Check this one out if you are planning on unplugging while on the road!
Best For Senior Couples: Jayco White Hawk
Boasted as a travel trailer made to bring enriched comfort and connection while on the road, the Jayco White Hawk is an awesome choice for the recently retired or senior-age couple looking to live life in an RV. There are ten floorplans to discover with the White Hawk, the smallest measuring just over 30′ in length and the largest a substantial 38′. Many floor plans offer an abundance of comfortable seating arrangements and personal touches, such as theatre seating and pull-out sofas or bunk beds for the grandkids.
Jayco rigs are built solid, with Azdel walls and a lightweight sturdy frame. Capable of handling all four seasons, the White Hawk is fit to go with additional fiberglass insulation and underbelly heating for sub-zero winter days. There’s an optional second air conditioner able to be installed to further enhance the weather-ready capability of this trailer, and certain layouts even boast an electric fireplace and entertainment system for family entertainment.
For the more adventurous older couple, there’s an outdoor shower and the option to go off-grid with solar mounting capabilities. The interior offers an abundance of comfort, with adjustable dinette seating as well as accommodating walk-around queen beds so I don’t have to worry about waking my partner when I need the toilet during the night!
I would like to see this Jayco rig with a washer and dryer option to make full-time life on the road a little easier, but since it’s possible to purchase a White Hawk with a 50 amp service, maybe one can be installed post-purchase! This rig has a luxurious kitchen area, complete with multiple prep spaces, a full range, and even a kitchen island although this is floorplan-specific.
For accessibility and ease, this travel trailer can be built out with a self-leveling system and stabilizers which takes any stress away from trying to get this trailer level at the campground. You can also expect the White Hawk to come backed with Jayco’s comprehensive and industry-leading warranty just in case any issues arise while adventuring out in the wilderness with your other half!
Best For Young Couples: Winnebago Voyage
Winner of the 2022 Best Travel Trailer of the Year from RV News, the Winnebago Voyage is perfect for the full-time and adventurous young couple. For starters, this rig is affordable, which is no surprise as Winnebago are renowned for manufacturing rigs that don’t break the bank! There’s no sacrificing on features with the Voyage, and with six floorplans to choose from, ranging from 27′ 11″ to 38′ 11″ finding the best-suited layout is a breeze.
Some of the floor plans include bunkhouse sleeping arrangements capable of sleeping 8 people, which is a game-changer for larger families, or young couples who want to purchase a bigger rig initially to cater for a family in the future. Winnebago packs a lot of RV onto a lightweight frame, with no layouts exceeding a GVWR of 10,000 lbs, making the Voyage a great choice for a range of tow vehicles.
The volume of potential options is a big draw for me, with some including theatre seating, washer and dryer prep, queen walk-around beds with the option to upgrade to a king, and ample storage, both inside and out. All of these features scream full-time living to me, and the spacious kitchen is the cherry on top!
Depending on the floorplan, some layouts have a kitchen island, a large range oven combination, and even the option to upgrade to a residential-sized fridge which is something I’d definitely consider! Having great kitchen appliances and a stunning space to cook really helps with inspiration to cook healthy, vibrant meals to keep energized on the road.
The Voyage also has a lot to offer in terms of small touches. It has outdoor speakers perfect for entertaining, a roof ladder for maintenance, fireplaces, and optional RV stabilizing technology. Figuring out RVing for the first time can be daunting, but comforting touches like these not only bring a bit of luxury but help keep the camping experience as smooth as possible.
The Voyage allows the young freelancing couple internet access as well, with a rooftop antenna and WiFi prep. I love being able to stay connected, yet also head off-grid in the Winnebago Voyage thanks to the standard solar setup on the roof. Although upgrading some features is arguably one of the best ways to get the most out of the Voyage, this trailer promises not to disappoint the full-time RV-dweller!
Best Off-Grid: Living Vehicle
Let me be the first one to tell you that a Living Vehicle brand travel trailer doesn’t come cheap. In fact, it may end up costing you the same amount as a small single-family home! However, a lot comes at a high price, and I doubt I’d ever go back to traditional living after exploring one of these innovative, forward-thinking rigs.
All models of Living Vehicle are totally modular, self-sufficient, and technologically advanced. Honestly, I’ve not seen any other rigs like these, and if I had the funds, I’d definitely be investing in one since they have such a low environmental impact and ultimate style. Built for off-grid tech couples or full-time RVers working from their home on wheels, Living Vehicle seem to have thought of everything with their rigs. There’s so much to drool over with this aluminum beauty.
Living Vehicle boasts they built this travel trailer to feel like home, and I think they’ve definitely accomplished this. The four trim choices allow a bit of personalization and the interior features continue to inspire. The spa-style bathroom, fold-down patio space, residential kitchen, and comfortable sleeping areas, all models of Living Vehicle promise to bring tranquility and high-end to the RVing world.
Designed to work off-grid, it’s possible to run the air conditioning all day and night using real-time solar energy thanks to the solar panels on the rig. Living Vehicle don’t just simply manufacture RVs, they create works of art with their campers, and with electric vehicle charging available too, I love that my impact on the natural world can be minimized.
Living Vehicle boasts multiple modular rooms, including bedrooms able to transform into a mobile office or laundry room, an extendable kitchen deck with a movable kitchen island allowing for outdoor cooking, and much, much more. These rigs are designed for off-roading, four-season living, and keeping connected, regardless of location thanks to Bluetooth and WiFi accessories. Everything comes standard with this rig, and it should, considering the price!
Best Kitchen: Grand Design Reflection
I see Grand Design rigs often while I camp host, and the Reflection has to be a favorite of many campers. I’m a food lover, and nothing inspires me more than preparing dishes in a stunning kitchen like the one inside the Grand Designs Reflection. There are five floorplans to choose from, and each is well-equipped with all the full-time RV amenities needed for a successful time on the road.
All of the travel trailer floor plans feature stunning kitchens, outfitted in a modern black and gray finish, which isn’t something I’ve seen much of in many travel trailers. Most of the kitchens include islands, and any floorplans that don’t, still have ample counter space so I don’t feel like I’m missing out on a residential kitchen.
The stunning interior features don’t end with the kitchen, and I expect them to continue since these trailers have a substantial price tag. However, I do love the theatre seating, sofas, electric fireplace inserts, kitchen pantry storage, living room hutch storage, and washer-dryer prep in the master bedroom as they all bring comfort, functionality, and convenience.
I like the opportunity to add an optional king bed, a second awning, and even dual pane windows to help get the trailer prepared for four-season camping. The additional options don’t stop there, though. The four-season package is something I’d opt for since each year, both winter and summer seem to be getting harsher!
For the price, it would be nice for solar to come standard, but the optional solar package is still a sensible investment for full-timers wanting to off-grid camp from time to time and power appliances. If you’re looking for a rig to fit guests, there’s a bunkhouse floorplan able to sleep a whole family. You can expect a comprehensive warranty through Grand Design, as they value their customers greatly and are there whenever there’s a bump in the road!
Best With Laundry: Forest River Rockwood Signature
Forest River is a star in the RV world, with a wide variety of popular RV models under their name brand. The Rockwood Signature is no exception, with six floorplans and countless features available, both standard and optional. The six-floor plans range in length from 29′ 11″ to 36′ 8″ making this Forest River one of the smaller trailers on our list. Having a more compact RV with laundry available is a rare find, and it’s a must for me, living full-time on the road in my travel trailer with a partner and pup!
All the layouts of the Rockwood signature are fairly unique, with king beds as options and multiple seating and sleeping arrangements possible so the whole family can enjoy this home on wheels. The open floorplans bring such an airy feel to this amper, and the deluxe chef kitchens across all of the various layouts make cooking on the road an absolute dream.
Some models include electric fireplaces and master bedroom televisions, while others boast kitchens with ample countertops and innovative storage solutions. The exterior and interior storage available on these rigs is fantastic for full-timing and brings the kind of organizing needed to live smoothly on the open road.
I like the range of optional features such as the second AC unit and extendable outdoor storage deck as these features would both be fantastic for keeping me and my dog cool during the summer season. A few of the additional features are worth investing in for those looking for a boondocking adventure trailer, but this does bump up the overall cost substantially. However, the complete solar installation on the roof is a great start for remaining powered off the grid.
This rig also has an outdoor kitchen ready to be used and WiFi prep so I can play video games seamlessly in the Rockwood Signature no matter where I’m parked for the next few days. With wardrobe space and optional pantry storage, there’s space for just about everything and then some!
Forest River build durable and long-lasting rigs with fair warranty plans to give customers the peace of mind needed when living in a travel trailer full-time. This RV brand also has a wonderful owner’s club and helpful customer service that are just a call away from offering expert knowledge and advice.
Most Storage: Airstream Flying Cloud
While the Flying Cloud isn’t Airstream’s largest model, it does boast considerable storage solutions that I wouldn’t first expect from this aluminum rig! From the nose to the rear bumper, that’s a special feeling that comes with towing an Airstream, and the Flying Cloud is a popular choice, favored by many avid RVers.
The Flying Cloud comes in eight floorplans, ranging from 23 feet to 30 feet, so it’s an awesome option for newbies or those preferring to tow smaller trailers. This rig might not be the biggest for full-time living, but its class and internal features are well worth the investment. Airstream does everything in style, with light wood cabinetry and stainless steel finishes to match the exterior of the rig. There’s storage hidden everywhere, and this is something that makes an enormous difference when living on the road full-time!
There’s a kitchen pantry, under-bed storage, and even exterior storage compartments on top of the various storage areas already throughout the trailer. The convenience doesn’t stop there, however, as the Flying Cloud has a few select floor plans with an innovative exterior hatch opening allowing interior living space to extend outside. This is a huge perk for full-time living as it creates the opportunity to experience the great outdoors from the comfort of the trailer.
The kitchen is well-appointed with a full range and oven combination, along with stainless steel sink and a kitchen island in select floor plans, great for serving up weekend family brunch. Speaking of family, everyone can come along for an adventure in the Flying Cloyd as it’s easy to sleep multiple individuals thanks to convertible furniture and even a twin bed sleeping option.
One floor plan even leaves space for a dedicated office environment so providing the ideal work-from-home setting for digital nomads. Airstream aren’t recognized for being a budget-friendly brand, and I’ll admit, the Flying Clooud isn’t the cheapest trailer option out there. But equipped with a backup camera, standard solar prep, and more, this trailer has great potential as a full-time RV.
While the price may be a bit high and the size may be a bit small for pro-RVers or those requiring a bit more space, Airstream has a lot to offer in terms of the longevity of their rigs and the owner perks that come along with warranties and member clubs.
Best Off-Road: OPUS Camper OP15
Traveling from one place to another can sometimes feel tedious, especially when living full-time on the road. However, there’s a dynamic travel trailer perfect for life on the road, and it’s called the OPUS Camper OP15. I’m a big fan of OPUS, as I believe they are one of the most forward-thinking RV manufacturers out there, especially since the OP15 is a fully off-road, hybrid rig!
Getting to the best park ups isn’t always easy. There have been countless occasions when I’ve found a great-looking park up on my phone, but upon arrival, there’s no trailer-safe access. The OP15 is an off-grid beast, and for wild camping and hunting about the best, remote spots, there’s no better trailer. The price is on the expensive side, but I believe an investment in the OP15 won’t lead to disappointment, and there are many reasons why.
This rig has a dry weight of jump of 5,000lbs, making it a dream for those not wanting a heavy trailer, and already own a rig capable of handling this pretty lightweight number. This is a futuristic rig, and its style matches the aesthetic of all OPUS camper rigs, but these trailers aren’t just good-looking. The di-bond aluminum composite panel exterior with aluminum sub-structure and fully hot-dip galvanized chassis draw-bar reassure me of the durability of the OP15.
I love that this rig is off-grid ready with 300W of solar power on the roof, however, it’s wise to upgrade to some of the off-grid options for those looking to full-time in the sticks! Having features such h as DC to DC charging on board will help keep electrics finely tuned and powered up, while the optional addition of three lithium batteries is also a surefire way of staying powered up without relying on a campground hookup.
Impressively, although only measuring just over 23′ in length when set up, the OP15 can comfortably accommodate sleeping four people. I find the ingenuity of this OPUS camper truly outstanding. Some exterior RV kitchens aren’t too well-equipped, yet this rig boats an outdoor kitchen fit for a feast! With a 4-burner stovetop, storage and pantry access, a dish rack, a chopping board, LED lights, and even a 12V fridge/freezer, this is a rig I want to show off.
Why Live In A Travel Trailer Full Time?
There may be many reasons why you might want to live full-time in a travel trailer. Some of those may include:
- Lower cost of living overall
- You want to experience some freedom and travel
- Tiny home living interests you
- You’re an outdoor enthusiast
- You want to volunteer or dedicate a portion of your life to nature
- Retirement means you are ready for a change
- Meet new people while on the road
I changed my life when I decided to live full-time in a travel trailer. My partner and I fixed up a vintage rig and we decided to travel the nation as state park hosts. Volunteering brings me joy, and it may bring you a similar positive feeling!
No matter your reasons, living full-time in a travel trailer means weighing up the pros and cons and considering as much as possible to choose the right rig for you.
What To Consider For Full Time Travel Trailer Living?
From adequate storage space to the ability to do your own laundry, here are some of the top things for you to consider when planning on living in a travel trailer full-time.
No matter how long you spend in your RV, storage space is always at a premium. If you plan on full-timing, storage space will likely be a top priority. This is usually because you’ll be bringing clothes, items, and food along with you on your journey. Some full-timers enjoy finding RVs with wardrobes and large closets as it means plenty of interior storage.
Some RVs or travel trailers may even have pantries in the kitchen, leading to ample food storage, ideal for full-time needs. RVs always have a decent amount of exterior storage, though this is most useful for outdoor gear or things that aren’t needed every day. The location of storage space is key to living peacefully in an RV full-time, and knowing where everything is!
Length Of Travel Trailer
The overall length of a camper matters for a number of reasons, the longer the rig, the more space there is! The size of a travel trailer is also an important consideration as your tow vehicle will only be able to handle a certain amount of weight, and this has to be respected. However, the longer the rig, the less likely you are to fit into every single campground or RV park you come across.
Some travel trailers, especially fifth wheels, can reach nearly 50 feet in length, which may be too long for many locales. Choosing a shorter travel trailer may mean less interior living, but it could maximize your outdoor adventures. However, if you don’t plan on traveling very much or are comfortable camping in very specific locations, then having more space may feel right for you.
If you’re hitting the road as a full-time RVer because you’re a freelancer working from home, WiFi capabilities are worth giving a lot of thought to! Digital nomads and freelancers working from their homes on wheels is becoming more common, and WiFi is now typically a standard option across most types of RVs. It’s still worth checking internet is an option with any travel trailers you’re interested in, though, just to be sure!
You may not be very concerned about internet access if you don’t work from home or don’t plan on using the internet beyond checking the occasional email. However, it may be beneficial to have WiFi onboard while you travel for streaming and internet entertainment.
Keep in mind your WiFi may not work in every single place you camp; often, cell signals, and remoteness play a huge part in this. Having a router will only do so much if there’s no internet access to be found in the middle of nowhere. But then again, I think it’s quite nice to switch off from time to time! Since there are studies linking increased screen time with lower mental health, having no signal provides the ideal opportunity for some healing time in nature with loved ones.
While cooking on your outdoor RV grill is an option during warmer months, it’s wise to pay particular attention to your travel trailer’s kitchen when considering life on the road full-time. Your RV’s kitchen will no doubt become a central part of your life, but you’ll still need to function with reduced space and appliances when compared to a traditional home. This is especially true when living in an RV with only 30 amps of electricity.
Many common household appliances need more amps than you might think, and counter space will be at a premium. You should pay special attention to what can fit in your travel trailer kitchen, and how many amps your favorite appliance needs in order to operate. Travel trailers may also not have a full stove and oven to cook with.
I went in search of an RV kitchen with a full range and oven combination, along with a kitchen sink with two compartments. Trust me when I say this was a necessity for me! Fridge space should also be something to consider. You may keep an eye out for RVs with residential-sized fridges as opposed to a more compact fridge size.
Your RV bathroom is almost as important as your RV kitchen. You’ll need to decide if you want a wet bath or a dry bath– most full-timers want the option of a dry bath so the toilet can still be accessed while someone is showering. Most travel trailer bathrooms are pretty cut and dry. Some may have ample room to have two guests walking around in it; most will not. The main thing for you to consider in an RV bathroom? How large your hot water tank is.
Hot water will be at a premium in your RV unless you have a tankless water heater installed. You will not likely have enough hot water for a very long shower, and you won’t be able to shower and do dishes at the same time with a tank water heater. You may also be on the lookout for a travel trailer with a bathtub, or maybe even a travel trailer with two bathrooms for your large family or for guests. No matter your needs, there’s a rig out there for you- it just may take some customizing to achieve the goal RV!
Speaking of guests, you may want to find an RV with another bedroom or multiple sleeping areas so you can comfortably invite guests to stay over. Travel trailers are built with large groups in mind, so friends and relatives can join in the camping fun without any hassle.
Many of these sleeping options involve convertible furniture of some kind, especially when looking at toy haulers. I’ve found having a master bedroom is key to comfort and keeps my partner and me a happy couple! However, a pull-out sofa is also a great shout for when the grandkids want to travel around for a couple of weeks over summer break.
Given you’ll be living full-time in your travel trailer, the main living area should be something to give a substantial amount of thought to. It’s wise to write down a list of wants and needs so you can figure out exactly what you’re expecting a travel trailer to offer you. Would you like theatre seating in your slide-out? How about an electric fireplace or Bluetooth soundbar?
The options are truly endless when it comes to customizing your main living room or living space. However, only you know what you want and the kind of rigs that are within budget. Many prime living area customizations are add-ons or non-standard features, so be prepared for these to increase overall costs.
It may be helpful for you to tour your desired RV make and model before deciding on your final purchase. Getting a feel for the living space and layout is important before diving right into full-time living.
Travel Trailer Weight
Travel trailers need to be weighed often, mainly to take care of your tow vehicle. You never want to tow more than your tow vehicle can handle, but this is easier said than done for many full-timers packing their rigs to the brim.
This is why knowing the weight of your rig and how much weight your tow vehicle can safely transport down the road is crucial. While you may want to bring everything with you when you hit the road, keep in mind that sometimes, less is more, and nothing is worth towing an overweight travel trailer.
Holding Tank Sizes
Tanks are commonplace with RVs, and generally, on any camper, there is a fresh water, black water, and gray water tank. All of these tanks matter even more when you are a full-timer. If you plan on being disconnected from water and sewer lines, you’ll likely want a much larger tank than your average weekend warrior.
This is a good thing to keep an eye out for, as no full-timer wants to be constantly refilling their fresh water tank or emptying their waste tanks as it’s totally inconvenient! Saving a trip to the dump station can be a big deal if you are already emptying your tank weekly as a full-timer!
While living in a travel trailer can be a much lower investment than living in a traditional home, your budget should still be a consideration when shopping for an RV. Between the cost of your tow vehicle, rig, and any additional extras, you may end up spending more than you initially thought.
However, given an RV may be your full-time home for many years, it’s wise to invest and be prepared for just about any opportunity. Some potentially wise investments include a second air conditioner, tank heaters for cold seasons, and a backup camera.
Appliance Options And Laundry
Finally, a huge consideration for many full-timers is their appliance access and options for laundry services on board their rig. Many travel trailers and fifth wheels offer stackable washer-dryer units, making full-time RV living so much easier.
However, you’ll need to make sure your desired travel trailer layout supports these sorts of appliances. You may also want to ensure that your rig has an oven, microwave, or other appliance that may make like a bit more convenient.
Good Brands Of Travel Trailers To Live In
Curious about what some of the best travel trailer brands have to offer for full-time RV living? While all travel trailer brands have something to show, you may be looking for something special. Learn more about some of my top RV manufacturers now! You can also take a closer look at even more amazing travel trailer brands here.
Grand Design is a popular RV choice for many full-timers, as their fifth wheels offer ample space for full-time living. They also furnish their rigs with many comforts of home, including cozy seating, a variety of appliance options, and fireplaces to maximize comfort and practicality.
One of the most popular RV brands on the market today, Jayco, has many different models and layouts beneficial for full-time living. They also build their rigs to last, leading to more peace of mind for just about any RVer.
Nothing beats the classic look of aluminum Airstream travel trailers, and I know many full-timers who swear by them. While they may be on the higher end of some budgets, Airstream travel trailers offer full-timers considerable storage solutions and comfortability not found in many other brands.
Forest River offers a wide variety of well-appointed travel trailers, many of them smaller than the average rig. However, they all have ample storage solutions, innovative layouts, and sleeping arrangements for the entire family.
If budget is no issue and you’re looking to live full-time in your travel trailer for the foreseeable future, I encourage you to check out Living Vehicle. They offer literal homes on wheels, with convertible office space and total off-grid capabilities. It’s the perfect freelancing rig!
Living in a travel trailer full-time was once a no-go. However, with the advances in RV technology and the many upgrades found in some of the trailer brands I’ve mentioned, you can expect to enjoy living in a travel trailer for years to come!