Do you live for fishing on the weekends or leisurely cruising down to the Keys? If so, there are pre-owned travel trailers that can make it easy for you to stay close to your favorite fishing holes while offering you the experience of cooking up your own catch. The exterior stoves, refrigerators, and sinks on certain models can come in quite handy when gathering around the grill to tell tales of the ones that got away.
- Grand Design Imagine 2800BH: When you want a waterfront view while you cook, the Grand Design Imagine 2800BH travel trailer with outdoor kitchen is your answer. With a two-burner stove and a refrigerator, you can easily cook your dinner outside while watching the grill… or the waves. On the inside, there is an open area with bungee net underneath the two bunks that offers extra space for storing tackle trays or fishing gear.
- Forest River Vibe 287QBS: The Vibe has an outdoor kitchen with all of the appliances you need to prepare your tasty filets. You can use the bumper mounted grill, fridge, sink with drain, and metal countertop so that you don’t miss any of the fish stories being told outside because you’re stuck inside cooking. With a U-shaped dinette inside and sleeping space for up to 10 anglers, it’s clear that Forest River put plenty of thought into this practical travel trailer floor plan.
- Prime Time Tracer Air 305: The outdoor sink, fridge, and two-burner range are features of the Prime Time Tracer Air that you’re likely to put to frequent use after a day on the water. In addition to the fact that this floor plan can sleep up to 8 people, it has been conveniently designed to be towed by many of today’s crossover and mid-sized SUVs — something you’re likely to appreciate if you’re taking a trip toward the Southernmost point. This model makes our top travel trailers list because it’s lightweight without lacking features.
Since you know about three of the top travel trailers for your fishing lifestyle, call Easy Escapes RV at (239) 302-3789 to see one a pre-owned model first-hand. You could be casting out a line in Islamorada or catching crappie on the St. John’s River next week, so what are you waiting for? The big ones just might be biting.