What about my toys? A Toy hauler will let you take your motorcycle, 4 wheeler, Segway (OK, maybe the Segway hasn’t caught on) or other important things with you in your RV. And, of course, the front part of the RV is set up as a typical RV with kitchen, main bedroom, and living room.
Most any RV type has at least one such camper in their lineup of RV’s. Travel Trailers and Fifth wheel trailers led the way. Now motorhomes, truck campers, and even tent trailers have found a way to take toys along. Some are quite creative in their designs, but then RVers and campers generally are a creative lot.
Some units have designed the garage space to double as another bedroom when the toys are out. Others have kept the space open for a workshop. This is particularly important to the moto-cross RVers who travel to races on weekends. They can make repairs and tune engines in the workshop/garages during the day, and hide their precious machines at night away from prying competitors.
Leave the 4-wheeler out at night and turn the garage into another bedroom.
Some units come with sofa-beds, Murphy style beds, or futons that make for additional sleeping quarters when the toys are outside. Many of these will change over very quickly from bedroom to garage and back again as the needs arise.
Just goes to show you that RVers will come up with an answer when presented with a problem. RV manufacturers are also quick to fill the need with good designs and ideas.
RV forums are numerous on the web. Whether it’s about taking along your favorite things or other RV problems and solutions, there are answers. Check in with some of these and learn how to use them. Chances are pretty good that someone has already come up with an idea that will solve your particular problem, and someone else has found the solution. Maybe even a manufacturer has already put in motion the exact thing you need for your particular circumstance.