10 Largest and Longest Travel Trailers for 2024

Do you need lots of space in an RV but don’t want the 5th wheel price tag or the extra work of a 5th wheel hitch? One of these largest and longest travel trailers might be the right pick for you, in 2024.

Whether you have a large family you need to sleep comfortably, live full-time and want a bigger home on wheels, or simply desire room to roam on a weekend camping trip, a long travel trailer could check off many of your boxes.

There are numerous reasons someone would want a longer travel trailer, but what is considered “long” in the RV world?

After touring thousands of trailers, we’ve picked out ten largest and longest camper trailers that boast some of the best amenities and nicest interiors with the maximum space allowed.

These ten longest travel trailers will surely have you considering stretching out in one.

What Is The Longest Travel Trailer Allowed By Law?

The longest travel trailer allowed by law varies by what state you are in.

Each state has its own laws on the maximum allowable travel trailer length, so it’s essential to check these laws before traveling through the state you’d like to visit.

For example, some states have limits on trailers of 40 feet; others have limits of 45 feet. 

Within those limits, there are also rules about the combined length of the tow vehicle and travel trailer together. For example, the Texas Department Of Public Safety has a vehicle trailer combined max length of 65 feet. 

The rules can be pretty specific and confusing, or some don’t specify. 

It’s worth noting that these laws also do not dictate what is considered safe and produced by most manufacturers. You will be hard-pressed to find a travel trailer manufactured over 42 feet, even though some laws state they can be up to 45 feet. 

Is A Destination Trailer And A Travel Trailer The Same?

Large destination trailer with tall windows - longest travel trailers
Destination trailers are generally longer and taller than normal travel trailers

Destination trailers and travel trailers are indeed different types of trailers. 

The name of these trailers says it all! One is meant for a destination, and one is intended for travel.

Although the destination trailers have a similar “look” with wheels and most of what travel trailers have, there are specific characteristics that set them apart.

Destination trailers are also commonly referred to as park models. These park models, or destination trailers, are set up for long-term parking in one spot.

Some design details that set them apart are higher ceilings, extended length, and a less aerodynamical design. 

These trailers can include residential features such as “real” toilets (RVers know what that means), full-size washers and dryers, and residential refrigerators.

They are still bumper pulls like travel trailers but are much longer and heavier.

Travel trailers are made with traveling in mind by being lighter in weight and easier to maneuver.

10 Of The Largest and Longest Travel Trailers On The Market In 2024

Many travel trailers are in the sub-30 foot category and very few top 35 feet, however, there are some options for those looking.

Below we look at 10 of the longest travel trailers available. These are monster trailers that will give you all the space you need but require a capable tow vehicle and towing experience.

1. Jayco Jay Flight 38BHDS

Jayco Jay Flight 38BHDS exterior - longest travel trailers
Jayco Jay Flight 38BHDS interior - longest travel trailers
Jayco Jay Flight 38BHDS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Two queen beds instead of small bunks

⛔ Lacks counter space in the kitchen area

  • Length: 40.6 feet
  • UVW: 8,150 pounds
  • GVWR: 10,750 pounds
  • CCC: 2,600 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,045 pounds
  • Sleeps: up to 7

The Jayco Jay Flight 38BHDS has not one but two bedrooms with queen beds. This makes for a fantastic layout for families with one child or who like to go camping with a group of friends. It gives you the space you need for extra people without having to shove them into a bunk area.

Besides the excellent layout, this camper is a well-known brand with a well-constructed frame for ultimate use. 

Jayco has included a superb modern interior design and plenty of storage.

2. Cherokee 324TS

Cherokee 324TS exterior
Cherokee 324TS interior - longest travel trailers
Cherokee 324TS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Maximum sleeping spaces

⛔ Lacks indoor storage space

  • Length: 40.5 feet
  • UVW: 8,603 pounds
  • GVWR: 11,365 pounds
  • CCC: 2,762 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,165 pounds
  • Sleeps: 10

The Cherokee 324TS offers a triple slide layout at a whopping 40.5 feet long! This gives you plenty of interior space and maximizes your sleeping capacity instantly. 

It features a nice large bunkroom that has several sleeping configurations for whatever you may need.

It also offers a washer and dryer option in the master bedroom to make it ultra-convenient when on long trips.

This could be a perfect layout for a family with several kids!

3. Winnebago Voyage V3538BR

Winnebago Voyage V3538BR exterior
Winnebago Voyage V3538BR interior
Winnebago Voyage V3538BR floor plan - longest travel trailers

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Has a lovely, large kitchen island!

⛔ Limited living room seating

  • Length: 38.11 feet
  • UVW:  9,582 pounds
  • GVWR: 11,000 pounds
  • CCC:  N/A pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,018 pounds
  • Sleeps: 6

The Winnebago Voyage V3538BR has one of the best layouts of these long travel trailers. The kitchen features a large island perfect for someone who loves to cook or has to cook.

It also has a beautiful large bathroom with a nearly full-size shower. There is an outdoor kitchen attached to the large bunkroom, which it features as well.

This Winnebago has everything you need to be more comfortable on your adventures.

4. Gulfstream Trailmaster 39RESE

Gulfstream Trailmaster 39RESE exterior- longest travel trailers
Gulfstream Trailmaster 39RESE interior - longest travel trailers
Gulfstream Trailmaster 39RESE floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Washer and dryer prep

⛔ Lacks outdoor storage

  • Length: 41.2 feet
  • UVW: 8,180 pounds
  • CCC: 3,390 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,170 pounds
  • Sleeps: 8

This Gulfstream Trailmaster 39RESE is another excellent two-queen-bedroom setup.

At 41.2 feet long, it does not lack any space for your trips! It features a large U-shaped dining area with open floor space in the living area.

The Trailmaster series has a tremendous three-year structural warranty with purchase as well.

5. Forest River Vibe 34XL

Forest River Vibe 34XL exterior - longest travel trailers
Forest River Vibe 34XL interior
Forest River Vibe 34XL floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Amazingly spacious living area

⛔ No extra bedroom for guests or kids

  • Length: 39.10 feet
  • UVW:  8,518 pounds
  • CCC:  1,167 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 885 pounds
  • Sleeps: 4

The Forest River Vibe 34XL is one of my favorites on this list. It has a beautiful, modern interior design and has so much living space.

The living room is set up to entertain plenty of guests for dinner or a movie, and the bathroom is large and laid out well. 

It has plenty of inside and outside storage for anything you’d like to take on the road with you.

6. Coachmen Catalina Legacy 343BHTS

Coachmen Catalina Legacy 343BHTS exterior - longest travel trailers
Coachmen Catalina Legacy 343BHTS interior
Coachmen Catalina Legacy 343BHTS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Triple slide-outs for maximum space

⛔ Small Bathroom

  • Length: 38.6 feet
  • UVW:  8,498 pounds
  • CCC:  2,302 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,120 pounds
  • Sleeps: 8

The Coachmen Catalina Legacy 343BHTS has a great layout with an ample amount of counter space in the kitchen. It features two queen bedrooms and a place for a washer and dryer in the master.

It comes with a gear rack on the back, giving you extra storage for toys you want to take along on your trip.

The bathroom is a tighter squeeze than others on the list but still gives you a nice glass-enclosed shower, toilet, and sink!

7. East To West 312BH

East To West 312BH exterior - longest travel trailers
East To West 312BH interior
East To West 312BH floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Light and fresh interior design 

⛔ No washer and dryer hookup

  • Length: 38 feet
  • UVW: 8,623 pounds
  • CCC: 2,712 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 935 pounds
  • Sleeps: 8-10

This East to West 312BH has a king-size bed in the master bedroom! Yes, a king, not a queen. 

They have laid out this camper well and fit plenty of counter space, a full bunkroom, and a full closet pantry. 

The only thing missing in this camper is a washer-dryer hookup, but with plenty of other excellent features, doing laundry won’t even be on your list!

8. Forest River Salem 36VBDS

Forest River Salem 36VBDS exterior - longest travel trailers
Forest River Salem 36VBDS interior
Forest River Salem 36VBDS floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Unique style bunkhouse 

⛔ Sliding entry door can lack insulation

  • Length: 38.11 feet
  • UVW: 8,533 pounds
  • CCC: 1,582 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,155 pounds
  • Sleeps: 6

The Forest River Salem 36VDBS has a unique layout! This camper has a bunkhouse in the front of the camper instead of the back.

The way they’ve laid this out makes for a bigger bathroom and room for a king-size bed in the master bedroom. 

It has a large L-shaped couch, plenty of counter space, an oversized fridge, and a full pantry closet.

9. Jayco Eagle 332VCBOK

Jayco Eagle 332VCBOK exterior - longest travel trailers
Jayco Eagle 332VCBOK interior
Jayco Eagle 332VCBOK floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Full-size shower and residential refrigerator!

⛔ Heaviest option on our list

  • Length: 40.1 feet
  • UVW: 10,725 pounds
  • CCC: 1,525 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,415 pounds
  • Sleeps: 4

The Jayco Eagle 332VCBOK is a beast of a travel trailer! This is the heaviest trailer on our list, but by looking at the pictures, you will know why.

The craftsmanship inside looks very high-end and has many neat features that a normal 5th wheel would have.

This camper includes a residential fridge and a full-size shower. No skimping on luxury here! 

A king bed in the master and separate (not combo) washer and dryer hookups make for extra comfort on your trip.

10. KZ Sportsmen Destination 364BH

 KZ Sportsmen Destination 364BH exterior - longest travel trailers
 KZ Sportsmen Destination 364BH interior
 KZ Sportsmen Destination 364BH floor plan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ 4 slideouts for maximum space

⛔ No washer/dryer space

  • Length: 41.2 feet
  • UVW: 9,400 pounds
  • CCC: 1,060 pounds
  • Hitch Weight: 1,810 pounds
  • Sleeps: 7

The KZ Sportsmen Destination 364BH is listed as a destination trailer, but it’s designed and built like a travel trailer.

You can see why they’d get them interchanged with this model, though all the amenities make you feel like it’s a destination trailer.

It features a mid-bunk, which is rarely seen in travel trailers. With the mid-bunk taking less space in the trailer, this allows for an excellent open floor plan in the kitchen and living area.

With two couches and an L-shaped kitchen area, you’ll feel like you’re in a home!

What Size Truck Do You Need To Tow These RVs?

The travel trailers above are incredibly long and heavy and require  ¾  or 1-ton trucks to pull them.

The payload and towing capacity of the truck will ultimately determine what can be towed with it, though.

People sometimes assume that any travel trailer can be hauled by a ½ ton truck. This is a common misconception because people assume travel trailers are smaller when compared to other types of RVs.

If you’re having trouble deciding if your truck, or which truck, will pull the long travel trailer you want to purchase, keep in mind two main concerns: weight and length. 

Arguably, the most critical factor when deciding what truck you need to pull your travel trailer is the weight. Longer travel trailers can be pretty heavy, especially once loaded down with your personal items.

The second factor is the length. The length can be significant even if the weight stipulations are met for your ½ ton truck. 

The longer the travel trailer, the more sway it can have. This can cause a lighter-weight truck to sway more often, which can be dangerous.

Why Are Fifth Wheels Longer Than Travel Trailers?

On average, most 5th wheels are longer than travel trailers. There are always shorter 5th wheels and longer travel trailers, but most of the time, the 5th wheels are larger.

This is because the structural design of the 5th wheels allows them to be made longer safely.

The biggest reason behind this is the hitch and hitch placement. The hitch being in the bed of the tow vehicle allows for enough extra weight to make up for the more extended design.

The hitch of a 5th-wheel trailer also prevents swaying, which could be extremely dangerous for a travel trailer any longer than 42 feet.

Final Thoughts About The Longest Travel Trailers

Not needing or wanting a 5th wheel camper doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice space and luxury with these models we’ve shown you. If anything, they may be more perfect for you. 

From bunkhouses to double queen rooms and big king beds, there is a model just right for you, Goldilocks.

Though you have to consider a few extra factors when choosing a longer travel trailer, they aren’t deal breakers.

Check your local laws and the laws of the states you want to travel to, and then check to make sure your truck can haul the model you want. Remember, weight and length together are essential.

After that, you’re set with the parameters you need to start your adventures. Enjoy spreading out in all that space, and don’t forget to swing it a little wider with every extra foot!

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About the Author:

Carley Thompson is a former teacher turned freelance copywriter, stay-at-home mom, and full-time RVer from southern Ohio. She has been traveling the country on and off for the last decade, letting the road be led by her husband Stevens Union welding career.

Four years ago they decided to sell their house and take their two young girls, Harper and Ensley, on the road full-time. Since then, Carley and her family have visited 26 states with no plans of stopping. She loves homeschooling her girls on the road, giving them unlimited opportunities for hands-on learning.

She also enjoys hiking, spending time on any body of water, and meeting new and old friends on the road. Traveling full-time as a family has always been her dream, and she is loving it!