7 Grand Design Toy Hauler Floorplans

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Kerisa Kiele Tiongson

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Kerisa is a full-time travel writer and RV’er who travels with her husband Anthony, adventure dachshund Butters, and senior homebody turned adventure cat, Tiskies. She has been to all 50 states, 49 of them in an RV! You can find her telling her stories from RV life at travelingtiongsons.com.

Toy hauler floorplans are quickly gaining popularity, allowing campers to bring toys like golf carts, motorcycles, and kayaks on their adventures. With so many leading RV manufacturers competing in this space, it’s fair to wonder how Grand Design toy hauler floorplans stand out. 

Does Grand Design Make a Toy Hauler?

Over the past decade, Grand Design has become well-known for its quality and attention to detail. It offers a variety of travel trailer and fifth wheel models, including 31 unique toy hauler floorplans for everyone from full-time travelers to weekend warriors. 

We’ve walked through Grand Design’s toy hauler selection to bring you a list of our seven favorite toy hauler floorplans you’re most likely to find at a Camping World near you

Grand Design Travel Trailer Toy Haulers

Grand Design currently has two Momentum travel trailer toy hauler brands—the MAV and the G-Class. The MAV Momentum campers offer three floorplans, while the Momentum G-Class travel trailer lineup boasts nine toy hauler floorplans. 

We’ve selected two of our favorites from each, starting with the Grand Design’s Momentum MAV toy haulers: 

Momentum 22MAV

Grand Design Momentum 22MAV Interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 26’6″
  • Dry Weight: 5,600 pounds
  • Garage Length: 13’6”
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 4,350 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 5

Momentum 27MAV

Grand Design Momentum 27MAV interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 32’2”
  • Dry Weight: 6,835 pounds
  • Garage Length: 13’6”
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 4,160 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6

Both MAV Momentum toy haulers offer the same garage space and tank capacities for fresh, gray, and black water.

The 22MAV has a lighter weight, making it a great option for campers looking for a toy hauler that can be towed by some ½-ton and ¾-ton pickups. Its queen-sized Murphy bed opens up the floor space when the bed isn’t in use, making this small toy hauler feel much bigger than its footprint.

The 27MAV has dual rollover sofas that make it a great option for families who want to enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal in a spacious kitchen and living area. 

The MAV models are Grand Design’s most recent addition to their Momentum floorplans, offering a solution for those wanting a smaller rig on a smaller budget. 

Now, let’s highlight our top two G-Class Momentum floorplans:

Momentum G-Class 21G

Grand Design Momentum G-Class 21G Interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 26’11”
  • Dry Weight: 6,400 pounds
  • Garage Length: 14’
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 4,600 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6

Momentum G-Class 25G

Grand Design Momentum G-Class 25G Interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 30’11”
  • Dry Weight: 7,900 pounds
  • Garage Length: 13’6
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 5,100 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6

The Momentum G-Glass was designed for spending weekends in the wild in mind. There’s no need to haul multiple gas cans and worry about driving back into town to fuel the toys because the Momentum G-Class 21G and 25G models offer a 30-gallon fuel tank.

With both floorplans offering a queen-sized primary bed and Happi-Jac system in the garage, there’s plenty of room for the entire family and a few friends.

The 21G floorplan stands out with its Euro-style reclining chairs in the living room. RVers with pets will also love the flip-up pet dishes between those chairs, allowing you to strike an extra item off your RV packing list.

Our favorite feature of the 25G is the outdoor kitchen and refrigerator, which makes it easy to entertain friends and make a quick lunch for the family after a day on the trail!

Grand Design Fifth Wheel Toy Haulers

Grand Design offers three fifth wheel toy hauler models packed with intuitive and luxurious features—Momentum, Momentum G-Class, and Momentum M-Class. Each model offers its own floorplan selection: 4 Momentum, 7 G-Class, and 8 M-Class. 

We’ve selected three of our favorite Momentum 5th wheel toy hauler floorplans to show you what makes them some of the most popular trailers on the market.

Momentum M-Class 351MS

Grand Design Momentum 351MS Interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 40’6”
  • Dry Weight: 14,700 pounds
  • Garage Length: 11’
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 3,300 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6

Momentum M-Class 395MS

Grand Design Momentum 395MS Interior
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 44’2”
  • Dry Weight: 15,600 pounds
  • Garage Length: 14’
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 4,400 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 8

These two Momentum fifth wheel toy haulers have everything you need for a weekend away or to make them your dream home on wheels. Combining luxury with the love of adventure, these Grand Design toy hauler floorplans offer a perfect balance. 

With a 60-gallon onboard gas tank, you can fuel the fun all weekend. Is it your style to comfortably relax after a day of driving your golf cart on the greens? Then you’ll enjoy the Momentum’s spacious seating and cozy fireplace, which are standard in the 351MS and 395MS models with dual-opposing living room slide-outs.

The 395MS offers a pull-out, L-shaped sofa and theater seating with views of the entertainment center, perfect for movie nights with the kids. It also boasts a freestanding dinette and a kitchen layout that allows you to keep up with game-time action while you prepare snacks for your crew.

The 351MS offers interior and exterior color-changing LED lights, so you’ll always be able to find your way home after a night riding a dirt bike or UTV in the desert. With two bathrooms and an outdoor spray port, you can keep this luxurious and beautiful trailer clean even when enjoying the great outdoors.

Momentum 410TH

The 410TH is one of our favorite Grand Design toy hauler floorplans
Photo by Grand Design

Specs

  • Length: 44’11”
  • Dry Weight: 16,800 pounds
  • Garage Length: 13’6
  • Cargo Carrying Capacity: 3,200 pounds
  • Sleeping Capacity: Up to 6

A kitchen island in an RV? Yes! The 410TH Momentum 5th wheel toy hauler offers a beautifully designed kitchen with user-friendly features every camp chef will enjoy. With dual-opposing slide-outs in the living room and kitchen area, there’s no shortage of space at the center of this toy hauler. 

The camp-side kitchen fits into one slide-out, allowing you to watch the kids outside while you’re cooking. The living room features a super comfortable chaise lounge and a freestanding dinette in the opposing slide-out, both with views of the entertainment center. 

In the primary sleeping area, you’ll love how this Grand Design toy hauler floorplan orients the bed in the slide-out, making space for a massive front wardrobe and a closet with washer/dryer prep. 

Grand Design Momentum 410TH Floorplan
Photo by Grand Design

What Is the Difference Between Grand Design Momentum and M Class?

Regarding your hauling capacity, the important distinction between the Grand Design Momentum and Momentum M-Class toy haulers is garage length. While the Momentum campers are longer overall, the biggest garage you’ll find in that lineup measures 13’6”. The Momentum M-Class offers more floorplan versatility, with garage lengths ranging from 11 to 18 feet. 

Another important difference between the Grand Design Momentum and M-Class models is the price point. Momentum models currently start at $148,185 MSRP, while M-Class models start at $121,796 MSRP. 

There are also differences in unloaded vehicle weight, as you’ll find lighter models in the M-Class lineup (14,200 to 16,800 pounds) compared to the Grand Design Momentum floorplans (15,600 to 16,800 pounds). 

The final difference we’ll mention is length. If you’re looking for a fifth wheel toy hauler under 40 feet, you won’t find one in the Momentum lineup. But the M-Class offers three floorplans under 40 feet (the 344M, 336M, and 349M). 

How Wide is a Grand Design Toy Hauler?

The Grand Design fifth wheel toy haulers are 8’5” wide, while the travel trailer floorplans are slightly more narrow at 8’4” wide.


As full-time RVing has become more popular than ever, families are using a toy hauler space in other creative ways, such as converting it into a home office, a kid’s room, a nursery, and more, making toy haulers one of the most popular RVs on the road.

Grand Design toy haulers offer thoughtful design details, like removing the wheel wells from the garage, and innovative features, like flip-up pet dishes, ensuring your entire family and all your toys will enjoy your time in a Grand Design toy hauler.

Which Grand Design Toy Hauler would you and your family enjoy the most? Let us know in the comments below!

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