Rig Roundup: Best Rigs Between $50,000 and $75,000

Apr 4, 2022 | Rigs

Rig Roundup: Best Rigs Between $50,000 and $75,000

Whether you’re looking for off-road capabilities or full-timing luxuries, these RVs offer amazing features at a mid-range price point.

By Amanda Adler

Photo courtesy nüCamp RV

When purchasing an RV it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the many floor plans, rig types, and options available to you. Doing your research is key—but don’t be surprised if your list of must-have features grows the more research you do. That’s why no matter what you’re looking for, sticking to a price point that’s comfortable for you is essential.

An RV budget of $50,000 to $75,000 is a healthy amount to secure a towable model that can take you where you need to go with ease, while offering many of the high-quality finishes you desire. Whether you’re looking for a smaller couple’s unit or a large family-friendly bunkhouse, here are some of the best rigs you can bring home within this price range.

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Open floor concept inside the Astoria travel trailer with a large TV, fireplace, fridge, and full kitchen
Photo courtesy Dutchmen

Dutchmen Astoria 2903BH 

This family-friendly travel trailer maximizes features without tipping the scales. The space-efficient bunk room is perfect for those who want to give their kids privacy, without the added length and weight that a larger bunk room generally adds to a rig.

SPECS:
UVW 6,764 pounds
GVWR 8,800 pounds
Hitch Weight 783 pounds
Exterior Length 33 feet, 9 inches
Exterior Height 11 feet, 2 inches
Fresh Water Tank 50 gallons
Black Tank 39 gallons
Gray Tank 78 gallons
MSRP $60,433
RV interior floorplan with slide outs
Photo courtesy Dutchmen

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE: 

The Astoria’s hinged entertainment system makes good use of space and allows for plenty of storage. Those looking to make the most of this rig’s spacious design can upgrade to a larger residential-sized refrigerator and a king-sized bed for the main bedroom.

More information on this RV can be found here.


Exterior of a large fifth wheel RV with a white and black design
Photo courtesy KZ RV

Durango Half-Ton D250RED

If you’re looking for a great couple’s fifth wheel with half-ton towability, the Durango D250RED offers an ideal layout for day-to-day living with a hide-a-bed in the living space to accommodate visitors when needed.

SPECS:
UVW 7,570 pounds
GVWR 9,000 pounds
Hitch Weight 1,500 pounds
Exterior Length 29 feet, 1 inch
Exterior Height 12 feet, 5 inches
Fresh Water Tank 55 gallons
Black Tank 50 gallons
Gray Tank 90 gallons
MSRP $58,435
Fifth wheel RV interior floorplan
Photo courtesy KZ RV

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE: 

The bedroom wardrobe slide gives you plenty of storage with extra floor space for maneuverability, and the optional fireplace in the living room gives this rig a cozy feel you’ll love.

More information on this RV can be found here.


Interior of a toy hauler RV with a large garage/patio area
Photo courtesy Forest River

Work and Play 27KB

Those looking to play hard will find it with this robust, no-slide travel trailer toy hauler. The rig comes standard with a king-sized bed and a 15-foot, 9-inch garage that easily transforms into a comfortable living space. It also features a stylish shaker-style kitchen and side-by-side recliners that are perfect for recharging after a day of adventure.

SPECS:
UVW 7,488 pounds
GVWR 11,000 pounds
Hitch Weight 1,198 pounds
Exterior Length 32 feet, 11 inches
Exterior Height 12 feet
Fresh Water Tank 98 gallons
Black Tank 35 gallons
Gray Tank 35 gallons
MSRP $71,730
Interior floorplans of a large toy hauler RV with a back deck/patio area
Photo courtesy Forest River

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE: 

An optional electric queen-sized bed lift with sofas adds extra sleeping space for those who need it, and the add-on party patio kit is a must for those who truly want to embrace the outdoors.

More information on this RV can be found here.

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Truck camper RV parked near mountains
Photo courtesy nüCamp RV

Cirrus 820 Truck Camper

The Cirrus 820 is proof that the best things come in small packages. Designed to fit a 3/4-ton or 1-ton short-bed truck, this hard-side, four-season truck camper is surprisingly roomy for a no-slide unit. It offers ample living and sleeping space for two adults, made even more comfortable by the standard Froli Sleep System.

SPECS:
UVW 2,830 pounds
GVWR 3,251 pounds
Exterior Length 17 feet, 5 inches
Exterior Height 9 feet, 8 inches
Fresh Water Tank 33 gallons
Black Tank 18 gallons
Gray Tank 32 gallons
MSRP $50,076
Interior floorplan of a truck camper
Photo courtesy nüCamp RV

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE: 

The Cirrus allows you to go anywhere, and with solar coming standard on this rig, you can easily camp off-grid. Plus, the large stargazer window in the sleeping area makes for an ideal spot to take in your remote surroundings.

More information on this RV can be found here.


RV interior with kitchen counters and sink, dinette area, and wood panel flooring
Photo courtesy Keystone RV

Keystone Passport GT 3352BH

This all-new 2022 floor plan from Keystone offers perhaps the most flexibility of any travel trailer bunkhouse on the market today. With ample storage, one and a half baths, and an expansive slide in the bunkhouse, this rig provides the ultimate space for bringing kids along on longer trips.

SPECS:
UVW 7,665 pounds
GVWR 9,500 pounds
Hitch Weight 950 pound
Exterior Length 38 feet, 3 inches
Exterior Height 11 feet, 1 inch
Fresh Water Tank 43 gallons
Black Tank 76 gallons
Gray Tank 75 gallons
MSRP $59,746
RV interior floorplans for a large bunkhouse travel trailer
Photo courtesy Keystone RV

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE: 

While you can get this model with a traditional sofa and dinette setup, the innovative hybrid Keystone Passport Pivot furniture option gives you even more functionality as it allows you to adjust the size of your dining and living space seating to suit your needs.

More information on this RV can be found here.

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Interior of a fifth wheel RV with a dining space, kitchen, and seating
Photo courtesy Highland Ridge RV

Highland Ridge 332RLS 

Digital nomads will enjoy having a dedicated workspace in this lightweight fifth wheel. Offering a mid-coach desk, the Highland Ridge 332RLS allows you to easily transition between remote work and comfortable living.

SPECS:
UVW 9,020 pounds
GVWR 10,995 pounds
Hitch Weight 1,610 pounds
Exterior Length 35 feet, 7 inches
Exterior Height 12 feet, 8 inches
Fresh Water Tank 45 gallons
Black Tank 29 gallons
Gray Tank 58 gallons
MSRP $72,818
Interior floorplan of a fifth wheel RV with dedicated remote work spaces
Photo courtesy Highland Ridge RV

FEATURES AND OPTIONS WE LOVE:

Add the off-grid solar package and optional WiFi router and you’ll be ready to truly tackle work/life balance as a full-time traveler. Opt for the unique U-Lounge Sofa in place of the traditional dinette and you can enjoy even more comfort as you shuffle through your inbox.

More information on this RV can be found here.

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Togo RV is part of a joint venture, partially owned by THOR Industries, Inc., of which Dutchmen, KZ RV, Keystone, and Highland Ridge RV are subsidiaries.

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Amanda Adler

Amanda Adler is a writer who splits her time between traveling the U.S. in her RV and soaking up the air conditioning in her home in Orlando, Florida. While on the road she seeks out national parks, theme parks, kid- and dog-friendly hiking trails, and local businesses that tout their wares as being “craft,” “artisanal” or “bespoke.”

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