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3 Travel Trailers for Very Tall People: Top Selling RVs with High Ceilings

Published on July 20th, 2023 by Rene Agredano
This post was updated on February 13th, 2024

Being a taller than average person has many advantages. But finding high quality travel trailers for very tall people is tough. Most campers are built with low ceiling heights that only accommodate RVers of average height. 

Thankfully, a few travel trailers with high ceilings do exist in the RV marketplace. In this review you’ll see three awesome travel trailers with headroom for big and tall people. Plus, don’t miss the Venture Sonic 190VRB owner review below.

Three Awesome Travel Trailers for Very Tall People Who Love RVing

Recently, a reader enlightened us about the problem with travel trailer ceiling heights. He commented on the popular “Travel Trailers Under $40,000” article published on our sister site RV Living. His RV buying experience highlighted the compromise that big and tall RVers make when it comes to finding the best trailers with high ceilings.

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I’m 6’8” so this was our first search criteria. Most trailers in the <6,000 lbs. GVRW are 6’5” with some 6’6” which sounds close but isn’t.

You won't bonk your head on the ceiling in a Venture Sonic trailer (Image: Venture)
You won’t bonk your head on the ceiling in a Venture Sonic trailer (Image: Venture)

Where Can Big and Tall RVers Find Quality Travel Trailers?

Do some research about travel trailer ceiling heights, and one of the first resources you’ll discover is in the iRV2 forum topic, Travel Trailers for Tall People. In that discussion, members chat about options for taller individuals with above average height. 

I’m 6’7 so finding a travel trailer that can accommodate is tough to accomplish. Most manufacturers don’t list interior heights some do. Some people on here will say look at fivers, unfortunately I want to use the entire trailer not just bottom section and I found only the higher end Fivers have tall top section. (Not ready to go there)

@MPG2750BH, iRV2 Forums Member

Three Awesome Travel Trailers for Tall People

After reading through the comments, we took a deeper look into travel trailers that might accommodate tall travelers. Here are the three best bumper pull trailers with high ceilings we discovered. 

Outdoors RV Mountain Series: Creek Side 21RWS

This rugged travel trailer maker is quickly gaining a cult-like following among RVers who love off-grid camping in all sorts of weather. Based in La Grande, Oregon, Outdoors RV manufactures all-season campers built to endure conditions in the Rocky Mountains and western U.S. 

Floorplan Outdoors RV 21RVS
Floorplan Outdoors RV 21RVS

The Outdoors RV Mountain Series: Creek Side 21RWS has an interior ceiling height of 6’11”, making it an one of the best travels trailer for tall people. No more stooping or bonking your head on the air conditioner unit! This all-season travel trailer takes you to the campground in comfort.

Outdoors RV Mountain Series: Creek Side 21RBS
Outdoors RV Mountain Series: Creek Side 21RBS

Outdoors RV Mountain Series Creek Side 21RWS Specifications

  • Interior Height 6’11”
  • Exterior Height 11’6″ w/AC
  • Fresh Water Capacity (approx. gal)100
  • Grey Water Tank (approx. gallons) 50
  • Black Water Tank (approx. gallons) 40
  • Net Carrying Capacity 3250
  • Dry Hitch Weight (approx. Lbs.) 899
  • Maximum Trailer Weight – Lbs. 9995
  • Full Feature Dry Weight – Lbs. 6745
  • Exterior Length (hitch to bumper) 26’3″
  • LPG Capacity (approx. pounds) 80
  • Water Heater Capacity (approx. gal) 10
  • Tire Size ST235/80/16E Load Range E
  • Heavy Duty 5 Lug Axles (lbs) 5200(2)
  • Climate Designed Furnace 35K

Winnebago Voyage V2427RB

Here’s another great travel trailer for tall people, made by one of the most iconic RV lifestyle brands in the industry. The Winnebago Voyage V2427RB is made with options for RV owners to pick and choose luxury camping features that work best for them, like king-size beds, entertainment center, and other amenities.

Winnebago Voyage V2427RB
Winnebago Voyage V2427RB

Use it as an awesome travel trailer with a king bed, or keep the walk-around queen that comes from the factory. Another option is to remove the tri-fold sofa and table, and install two comfy theater seating chairs in the living room.  Either way you’ll camp in comfort.

Winnebago Voyage V2427RB floorplan
Winnebago Voyage V2427RB floorplan

As the floorplan shows, you can also opt for a 12 cu. ft. refrigerator instead of the 15 cu. ft. one from the factory. It also has a full galley with walk-in pantry and large rear bathroom.

Winnebago Voyage V2427RB Specifications

  • Interior Height: 7′
  • Exterior Length: 27’11”
  • Exterior Height: 11’5″
  • Exterior Width: 8′
  • Awning Length: 18′
  • Freshwater Tank Capacity (gal.): 60
  • Water Heater Capacity (gal.): 10
  • Holding Tank Capacity — Black (gal.): 49
  • Holding Tank Capacity — Gray 1: 49
  • Holding Tank Capacity — Gray 2: 49
  • LP Capacity (lbs.): 60
  • GVWR (lbs.): 10,400
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Axles (lbs.): 2 @ 5,200
  • Dry Weight (lbs.): 6,629
  • Furnace (BTU): 30,000
  • Dry Hitch Weight (lbs.): 674
  • Hitch Height: 21.25″
  • Tire Size: 225/75R15E

The Venture Sonic SN 190VRB

Our third travel trailer with high ceilings was brought to our attention by Thomas Ringsma, a Canadian reader with an above-average height. The Sonic brand is finally getting the attention it deserves, thanks to spacious interiors with 82″ ceilings, a residential kitchen and ample storage for longer adventures.

Venture Sonic SN 190VRB travel trailer with tall ceilings

Enthusiastic owners like Ringsma are boosting awareness too:

This trailer has totally lived up to our expectations.  It has everything we need to be comfortable.  The bathroom is large with a shower I can actually use, there are 2 skylights in the trailer which bring in a lot of natural light and make it very bright and airy, not claustrophobic at all.  The interior has been well put together and we’ve had no issues with broken cupboards or drawers.  The appliances have been working very well.

Thomas Ringsma

Venture Sonic 190VRB Specifications

  • Interior Height: 82″
  • UVW (Unloaded Vehicle Weight)* 3,880
  • Dry Hitch Weight* 390
  • Dry Axle Weight* 3,490
  • CCC (Cargo Carrying Capacity) 1,895
  • Exterior Height (with A/C) 10′ 4″
  • Exterior Width 90″
  • Exterior Length** 23′ 3″
  • CCC (Cargo Carrying Capacity) 1,895
  • Interior Height 82″
  • Exterior Height (with A/C) 10′ 4″
  • Exterior Width 90″
  • Exterior Length** 23′ 3″
  • Refrigerator (Cubic Feet) 8
  • Water Heater Cap. (Gal. G/E w/DSI) 6
  • Fresh Water Cap. (Gal.) 39
  • Black Water Cap. (Gal.) 30
  • Gray Water Cap. (Gal.) 30
  • LP Gas Cap. (Lbs.) 40
  • Furnace BTUs (1,000s) 20
  • Tire Size 15″
  • Awning 13′

Venture Sonic SN 190VRB Travel Trailer with High Ceilings: An Owner Review

Venture Sonic SN190VRB travel trailer for tall people towed by 2015 BMW X5
The Venture Sonic SN190VRB travel trailer for tall people. (Image: T. Ringmas)

Thomas Ringsma and his wife are happy owners of a Venture Sonic SN 190VRB. He enjoys telling others about his ownership experience. Like all tall folks, he had a hard time finding travel trailers with high ceilings, he was happy to participate in our short Q & A interview.

We’ve traveled in British Columbia during the Summer last year and were Snowbirds that traveled in the US from October 15,2021 to March of this year. We camped in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona and California during that trip in various settings (i.e., with hookup, partial or no hookup)

The Venture Sonic SN 190VRB has a GVWR of 5,400 lbs. The combination tows very well.

Venture Sonic interior (Image: T. Ringmas)
Venture Sonic interior (Image: T. Ringmas)

Why did the Venture Sonic call out to you?

I’m 6’8” so this was our first search criteria. Most trailers in the <6,000 lbs. GVRW are 6’5” with some 6’6” which sounds close but isn’t.

Given the 6,000 lbs. towing capacity of the tow vehicle we were limited to what was available. There were a few other brands with the interior height (which, btw, is usually not listed in the specifications) but were either too heavy (slide outs adds about 1,000 lbs.), had the wrong layout or had a bad reputation.

What stood out for this trailer is the interior height (6’10”), walk-around queen sized bed (short queen I believe) and a large bathroom.

RV dinette table leg converted to scratching post! (Image: T. Ringmas)
A super cool use of the dinette table leg: scratching post! (Image: T. Ringmas)

Has the trailer lived up to your expectations?

This trailer has totally lived up to our expectations. It has everything we need to be comfortable.

  • The bathroom is large with a shower I can actually use
  • There are 2 skylights in the trailer which bring in a lot of natural light and make it very bright and airy, not claustrophobic at all.
  • The interior has been well put together. We’ve had no issues with broken cupboards or drawers.
  • The appliances have been working very well.

We like the attention to detail. 

The shower doors are well built and easy to maintain, the cabinet doors reflect light which gives the trailer interior space a cheery, open feel about it.

Our trailer has the LevelMatePRO built in and options for a backup camera, TPMS and WiFi setup.

Other standard features we really appreciate are:

  • the sturdy steps
  • power hitch
  • window in the door and front of the trailer
  • propane quick connect for items like barbecue, firepit, 3 burner stove and oven etc.
  • the large window in the front is great and the picture windows throughout are wonderful.

This trailer came with a 100-watt solar panel (trickle charge at best) and a standard battery which we replaced with 2 6-volt deep cycle batteries.

Extra trailer battery storage (Image: T. Ringsma)
Extra battery storage (Image: T. Ringsma)

Space is tight (as expected) so we converted the linen closet next to the bathroom sink into a pantry. We used the space under the bed for additional storage since we have no use for the couch.

What could be improved about the Venture Sonic 190VRB?

  • The standard mattress is terrible as with other trailers, so it was the first item to be upgraded.
  • More storage for food (we converted a linen closet to a pantry)
  • The lights were a cool blue light and had quite a glare to them, so we replaced them with lights with a warmer glow.  
  • The AC is very loud but works well.
  • The table is what you’d expect to see in this price range but is a bit wobbly and too high for most people (no adjustment possible). We modified the table post to incorporate our cat’s scratching post.

For the price range I think this trailer is well equipped.

Looking back inside the Venture Sonic SN190VRB (Image: T. Ringsma)
Looking back inside the Venture Sonic SN190VRB (Image: T. Ringsma)

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