12 Best Travel Trailers For Couples in 2024

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Are you and your RV partner looking for the very best new 2024 travel trailers for couples? Maybe you’re just starting out and looking for the best cozy and lightweight travel trailer for a couples’ weekend getaway.

Or maybe you and your significant other have newly flexible work schedules and are interested in the best travel trailer for couples living part-time on the road. Perhaps work is no longer a concern, and you want to make the most of your golden years with the best travel trailer for a retired couple.

Regardless of the phase of life you are in, staying within your budget is likely just as big a consideration as the amenities you desire. We’ll examine a few money-saving tips and possible budget pitfalls you should know when shopping for the best couples’ travel trailer for you. We’ll also look at campers that help make your hard-earned money go the furthest.

Whatever your needs, budget, or camping style, we have traveled the country to compile our list of the top 10 best travel trailers for couples in 2024. There is something for everyone, and we’re sure that one of these great couples’ RV travel trailers will have everything you want.

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12 Best Travel Trailers for Couples for 2024

The beauty of the best travel trailers for couples for 2024 is that they can be just about anything. It’s just you and your partner, and the travel trailer that becomes your new home doesn’t have to adhere to anything other than what you, as a couple, want and need.

Here is a variety of popular choices within the industry and, hopefully, one of these will become your next home on the road.

1. Heartland Sundance 231ML

Sundance XLT 231 ML Exterior
Sundance XLT 231 ML Interior
Sundance XLT 231 ML Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Large curtain that draws across the bedroom, offering privacy when needed

⛔ Some people don’t prefer the kitchen in such proximity with the bathroom

  • Length: 26′ 11”
  • UVW: 5,090 lbs
  • CCC: 2,410 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,532 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 532 lbs
  • Sleep: 6

The Heartland Sundance 231ML has everything a couple needs in a relatively lightweight travel trailer. A spacious kitchen, plenty of R&R space, a large privacy curtain for when guests are staying over, a large kitchen, and a sizeable shower/bathroom setup.

The marine-grade flooring is an excellent choice, especially for the slide. If you like the feel of carpet underneath your bare feet, you’ll have to shop for some rugs. The dinette is large and converts into a bed for guests, while the sofa also converts, opening up the potential for 6 to sleep comfortably.

2. Oliver Legacy Elite II

Oliver Legacy Elite Exterior - travel trailers for couples
Oliver Legacy Elite Interior
Oliver Legacy Elite - travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ One of the most durable travel trailers on the market, by far

⛔ Lack of storage is strange, considering the Elite II is a 23′ camper

  • Length: 23′ 6”
  • UVW: 1,300 lbs
  • CCC: 3,700 lbs
  • GVWR: 5,000 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 370 lbs
  • Sleep: 3

All Oliver travel trailers look pretty much the same, inside and out. However, these are incredibly durable travel trailers. Olivers are all fiberglass, with two inner shells and two outer shells, connected to an aluminum frame and stuffed with insulation.

A lot of RVers have to deal with water leaks from time to time, and that’s something Oliver excels at avoiding.

The interior is as sterile (in terms of aesthetics) as the exterior, though that opens the door for a ton of personal, creative customization options. The interior of the Oliver Legacy Elite II is very spacious, as the floorplan on offer.

Counter space is as extensive or minimal as you want, since every major piece of furniture shifts or folds in one way or another.

3. East To West Alta 2400KTH

East To West Alta 2400KTH Exterior
East To West Alta 2400KTH Interior -  Travel trailers for couples
East To West Alta 2400KTH Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Happi-Jack w/bunk over the garage is perfect for guests

⛔ King is large, but the mattress hangs over the edge of the bed by about 6″

  • Length: 28′
  • UVW: 7,305 lbs
  • CCC: 4,042 lbs
  • GVWR: 11,385 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 985 lbs
  • Sleep: 6

Some couples don’t like to sit at home all day, preferring adventure and mobility instead. For those with an adventurous itch, the king bed, East to West Alta 2400KTH is the perfect choice. As a toy hauler, you can bring your favorite ATV, dirt bikes, kayaks, SUPs, and/or mountain bikes, along for the ride.

At 14′ deep, the garage will accommodate a lot. As far as clear space, away from the kitchen appliances, you have about 6′ x 6′ for a mid to small size ATV.

Once you get your toys out, dual-opposing couches fold over into a bed, and the Happi-Jack Bunk drops down to convert the entire back end into a massive bunk bed setup!

4. Coachmen Apex Nano 191RBS

Coachmen Apex Nano 191RBS Exterior
Coachmen Apex Nano 191RBS Interior
Coachmen Apex Nano 191RBS Floorplan - Travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Plenty of storage space inside and out, with pass-thru, pantries, cabinetry, and more

⛔ Lacks counter space and could really use a flip-up extension

  • Length: 21′ 8”
  • UVW: 3,446 lbs
  • CCC: 1,254 lbs
  • GVWR: 4,700 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 406 lbs
  • Sleep: 4

If you like to pack a lot of gear for the trip, the Coachmen Apex Nano 191RBS is a good fit. There are storage options all over the place. Boondocking and going off-grid requires plenty of storage, especially if you want to go off-grid for a while.

It’s not exactly a purely off-grid model, but it’s close, with plenty of opportunities to bring in some third-party components and accessories.

It comes with space for dual 20-gallon propane tanks and room for a two-battery setup. Azdel sidewalls and a fiberglass front cap up the durability factor, with Goodyear Wrangler tires for leaving the asphalt.

It’s also sitting on a fully boxed frame and an exterior that will accommodate any cooking or power conveniences you need.

5. Airstream Bambi 19CB

Airstream Bambi 19CB Exterior - Travel trailers for couples
Airstream Bambi 19CB interior
Airstream Bambi 19CB Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ One of the most loaded campers of this size on the market

⛔ The Bambi is known for being troublesome when backing up and parking in reverse

  • Length: 16′ 1”
  • UVW: 3,050 lbs
  • CCC: 450 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 450 lbs
  • Sleep: 4

The Airstream Bambi is definitely the bougie option in the the travel trailers for couples category. With a reputation that precedes it, Airstream took everything you expect to find in a traditional size and successfully made it micro.

The first stand-out thing you’ll notice is the panoramic front window for those adventurous scenes out in the middle of nowhere.

Airstream did a great job maximizing space by including a tankless water heater setup on the exterior, storage options integrated with the furniture, a compact kitchenette, a corner-split, folding door for accessing the bathroom, and a corner bed that shares the back end with a corner bath.

Everything about the Bambi defines attention to maximum storage without sacrificing amenities.

6. Safari Condo Alto F2114

Safari Condo Alto F2114 Exterior
Safari Condo Alto F2114 Interior - Travel trailers for couples
Safari Condo Alto F2114 Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ All the windows open to 90° and come with day/night shades

⛔ With this much tech, you’d think the awning would be a power awning—nope

  • Length: 13″
  • UVW: 2,356 lbs
  • CCC: 1,144 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: N/A
  • Sleep: 4

The Safari Condo Alto F2114 is one of those hybrid lightweight travel trailers that straddles a number of lines, including teardrop, traditional travel trailer, and off-grid behemoth.

The first thing that comes to mind when looking at any of the Safari Condo options is “unique.” It definitely carries that “wow” factor. But does it exceed expectations? We certainly think so.

Safari Condo construction involves a lot of customer input, so buying one used means accepting someone else’s design decisions. Everything else about the Condo is a unique spin, like 90° windows, subtle modular options on the interior, positive latches, an under-the-dinette A/C, and an alumi-fiber and aluminum construction built on an independent, Torflex torsion axle suspension.

7. Forest River Wolf Pup 14CCW

Forest River Wolf Pup 14CCW Exterior - Travel trailers for couples
Forest River Wolf Pup 14CCW Interior
Forest River Wolf Pup 14CCW Floorplan - Travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ The Forest River Wolf Pup packs in a ton of amenities while still maximizing space

⛔ There are no drawers in this rig—weird

  • Length: 19′ 3”
  • UVW: 2,898 lbs
  • CCC: 1,002 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,900 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 400 lbs
  • Sleep: 3

The tiny little Wolf Pup has more to offer on the inside than one might expect. These Wolf Pups are the quintessential travel trailers for couples. They feature neat, little, compact design ideas that never manage to take away all the remaining space.

This thing even includes a full size fridge; quite the accomplishment for a camper not much larger than a big teardrop!

It comes with a solar package that you don’t have to throw in there as a separate option, a standard backup camera, power awning, single 20-gallon propane tank, an exterior leash latch for pets, and an upgraded group-27 battery.

8. Travel Lite Rove Lite 16RB

Travel Lite Rove Lite 16RB Exterior
Travel Lite Rove Lite 16RB Interior - Travel trailers for couples
Travel Lite Rove Lite 16RB Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Extremely light for its size, allowing for more towing options

⛔ 10-gallon freshwater and 5-gallon black tank eliminates long-term boondocking/off-grid

  • Length: 18′ 9”
  • UVW: 2,020 lbs
  • CCC: 1,480 lbs
  • GVWR: 3,500 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 154 lbs
  • Sleep: 3

The Travel Lite Rove Lite 16RB is one of the lightest travel trailers for couples in this size. The all-aluminum construction, tankless water heater, one-piece non-rubber roof, and Tuson sway control all contribute to the lightweight and easy tow ability of this option without sacrificing interior space.

Speaking of the interior, it’s far more sizeable than the exterior leads you to believe. A large amount of counter space takes up an entire wall, with a quaint little dinette opposite. The rear bedroom encapsulates the bed, leaving enough room for a two-piece, decent-sized bathroom.

9. Winnebago Micro Minnie 1821FB

Winnebago Micro Minnie 1821FB Exterior - Travel trailers for couples
Winnebago Micro Minnie 1821FB Interior
Winnebago Micro Minnie 1821FB Floorplan - Travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ This thing is made to be gear-heavy, packing a shocking amount of storage space for its size

⛔ Lacks the much better 320-Amp lithium battery of the FLX versions

  • Length: 21′ 3″
  • UVW: 4,086 lbs
  • CCC: 914 lbs
  • GVWR: 5,000 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 312 lbs
  • Sleep: 4

The Winnebago Micro Minnie 1821FB is one of several floorplans in the Micro Minnie lineup. It’s one of those travel trailers for couples that are seemingly designed for just that while allowing for guests from time to time.

The slideout turns this micro into a much more sizeable camper on the inside—enough to make you forget its size class.

There’s a surprising amount of storage available, especially to the left of the door, when you walk in, underneath the HDTV. The counter space is meh, but the cutting board cover provides enough extra space when needed.

The bedroom space is just large enough to hold the full bed, with dual-opposing windows for plenty of natural lighting.

10. Grand Design Imagine AIM 15RB

Grand Design Imagine AIM 15RB Exterior
Grand Design Imagine AIM 15RB Interior
Grand Design Imagine AIM 15RB Floorplan - Travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Includes a full rear bathroom and a lot more space than it looks from the outside

⛔ Not much in the way of counter space

  • Length: 19′ 11″
  • UVW: 3,594 lbs
  • CCC: 1,201 lbs
  • GVWR: 4,795 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 378 lbs
  • Sleep: 4

The Grand Design Imagine AIM 15RB comes with a camper queen Murphy bed setup, right when you walk in the door. And, that’s the running theme with the rest of the camper, utilizing what works to maximize the available living space when you’re not sleeping or resting. The sinks are pop-up, with hinged covers, next to single-row, vertical, dual-burner cooktop.

There are plenty of small storage options throughout as well. The fridge is large enough, with a drawer freezer at the bottom. The dinette is smallish, with narrow bench seats that convert into a bed.

This all allows for a bathroom that takes up the rear fifth of the travel trailer. It’s small but far more efficient and spacious than most bathrooms on RVs of this size.

11. Gulf Stream Envision 220RB

Gulf Stream Envision 220RB Exterior - Travel trailers for couples
Gulf Stream Envision 220RB Interior
Gulf Stream Envision 220RB Floorplan

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Enormous shower within a large bathroom

⛔ Interior ambiance is a bit dark, so it may need some additional lighting

  • Length: 27′ 11″
  • UVW: 5,620 lbs
  • CCC: 2,000 lbs
  • GVWR: 7,620 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 620 lbs
  • Sleep: 4

The Envision 220RB is the smallest of the travel trailers for couples in the entire Envision line. However, it doesn’t look all that small when you’re standing in front of one.

Step inside, and the horizons broaden even more, with an enormous living space and kitchen area. Even the bathroom has room for an actual countertop.

There are plenty of deep storage spaces to the right as soon as you walk in the door. The L-shaped couch is a nice touch and is only doable because of the living room size.

The L portion of the couch pops up for access to a large storage space. The private bedroom has a standard queen that allows for plenty of walk-around space, and a king bed upgrade option.

12. Jayco Jay Flight 210QB

Jayco Jay Flight 210QB Exterior - Travel trailers for couples
Jayco Jay Flight 210QB Interior
Jayco Jay Flight 210QB Floorplan - Travel trailers for couples

Our Pros and Cons

✅ Though it’s a couple’s camper, dinette and sofa fold down for guests

⛔ Removable ladder instead of a permanent one for the walk-on roof

  • Length: 25′ 8″
  • UVW: 4,195 lbs
  • CCC: 1,305 lbs
  • GVWR: 5,500 lbs
  • Tongue Weight: 500 lbs
  • Sleep: 6

As our travel trailers for couples list draws to a close, we’ll leave you with the Jayco Jay Flight SLX 210QB, an excellent option in its own right. This one is unique in several ways, starting with the dinette. It sits in the rear of the travel trailer, directly across from a small, jack-knife sofa, which is close enough to share the table.

The second aspect is the standard 200-watt solar package with a 30-amp controller. The carpetless, ventless flooring is easy to clean, and you’ll notice the vents are out-of-sight and circular throughout the RV.

The camper queen is a walk-around, flanked by a hanging closet and a dresser space behind two mirror cabinets.

What Is the Perfect Travel Trailer for Two People?

What Is the Perfect Travel Trailer for Two People
Keystone Premier 25RKPR

So what is the best travel trailer for you and your significant other? This can be a tricky question since many factors come into play.  

To answer this question, you’ll first want to sit down together and make a list of what’s important to you both. What are the features you absolutely must have? 

Based on your needs and wants, you can narrow down the travel trailers that fit your lifestyle best.  Determining if you are the minimalistic comfort camper or glampers will go a long way toward helping you filter down your choices even more.

Next, you’ll want to think about your budget. In addition to the actual price of the travel trailer, be sure to add in the cost of insurance and registration. Consider whether or not you’ll need to purchase a larger vehicle to tow your rig. 

It’s also important to think about the potential cost of storing your travel trailer when not in use. 

Finally, think about how you’ll use your travel trailer and for how many years. Not only will you get more bang for your buck buying used, but you also won’t feel guilty trading in your rig in just a few years if your needs change. Buying used is also a great option if you plan to renovate your camper.

How Much Space Is Needed for a Couple?

How Much Space Is Needed for a Couple

So, how do you decide which of these great travel trailers for couples is best for you and your significant other? Well, first, you need to think about how much space you require as a couple. Each couple will be different because there are different camping styles.

They say love grows in small places. If you’re simply looking for a camper to use for quick weekend getaways, you may not want every bell and whistle. Simplicity and ease of use are likely the most important factors to the minimalist camping couple. 

If minimalist is your style, you’ll love a small travel trailer for couples like Sunset Park Sunray.  Tiny campers can still pack in all the necessary amenities without breaking the bank or necessitating an upgraded tow vehicle.

When you take a step back and evaluate your camping style, maybe you realize you need just a little more space and a few more amenities. 

If you don’t mind the idea of sharing a smaller space but the thought of a wet bath gives you anxiety, you likely fall into the comfortable camper category. The best travel trailer for your couple’s camping style will be something like the Coachman Clipper or the Jayco Jay Flight.

You may be reading this wondering how you’re going to fit fifty pairs of shoes in a camper without a slide. Or maybe you and your significant other are very much one of those “opposites attract” type of couples, and you know that you’ll both need your own storage space.

Perhaps the wine cooler and fireplace options are just too enticing to pass up. If any of these sounds like you, you’ll love the luxury travel trailer for couples like the CrossRoads Zinger or the Keystone Cougar.  

No matter your camping style, the most important thing is understanding what’s important to you and your partner when choosing the best travel trailer for you as a couple.

Is It Better To Buy Or Rent An RV?

Speaking from a couple’s only perspective, it’s better to rent an RV, rather than buy one, if you only plan to go camping periodically throughout the year, and would rather save money for later down the road.

Several potential dynamics may or may not apply to a decision like this, so it really comes down to your plans and wants.

If you want to hit the road (extensively) with your partner, one or both of you working from home, buying is probably the better option. However, even if that’s the case, there are a ton of potential travel trailers for couples out there, and renting allows you to test drive several models.

For instance, if you have your eye on the above Airstream Bambi, why not rent one? You’ll learn everything you need to know about it and can make a more informed decision later.

Where the both of you are in life, your work arrangements, potential retirement, financial status, and how often you want to go camping all play significant roles in your final decision.

Final Words About Travel Trailers for Couples

Enjoy the Best Travel Trailer for Couples
Winnebago Hike 171DB

After determining your camping style, when you’ll use your travel trailer, and what your budget is, we hope that our list of the top 12 travel trailers for couples will help you find your perfect camper. 

There are so many options on the market these days. There is truly something for everyone.  

The right travel trailer will help grow any couple’s relationship. Fancier models have amenities that will help you throw the best date nights. Yet even the most minimalist travel trailer for couples will help you and your significant other bond by getting out and enjoying the great outdoors together.

Any travel trailer, by nature, will allow you to grow your relationship through the new and shared experiences that come with the RV lifestyle. 

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