Wednesday, November 29, 2023


Tour the 2024 Jayco Jay Feather 22BH travel trailer

In the video below, join Adam Kreutzer of Saskatchewan’s Four Seasons Sales for a tour of the 2024 Jayco Jay Feather 22BH travel trailer, a small, lightweight RV with a terrific floor plan that manages to fit a lot into a small space.

That starts on the outside with an extra large, extra wide pass-through storage space, unusual for a trailer this size. There’s also an outdoor kitchen that includes an outdoor fridge and griddle.

In the back, you will find a door that opens into the bunkroom. This makes it easy to store toys or other equipment in the bunkroom. If not being used for beds, the bunks flip up for more storage. There are four tie-down points that will keep everything secure when moving. I have a trailer with a bunkroom and back door, and I can speak from experience of just how incredibly useful that back access door is.

Inside the Jayco Jay Feather 22BH

The inside is so much more stylish than other Jayco models I have seen, with a clean, light, and airy feel. Jayco has majorly changed their interiors this year, so give the video a look and see what you think. I love the simple black and white décor that would make it easy to decorate with your style no matter what that is.

A unique feature I have not seen in other RVs greets you right as you enter: It’s a sit-down bench with storage underneath. It’s a good place to take off your shoes when coming into the trailer, and you also have a designated place to put them. Above the bench are hooks to hang jackets.

The huge picture window next to the dinette makes a perfect place to enjoy the view while dining or working at the table. The table itself is unusual and newly designed for this year. Unlike traditional RV dinettes, this table can be moved around the coach or even be taken outside.

The bedroom sits in the front of the trailer and features a true queen-sized bed. A pocket door seals off the bedroom for privacy from the rest of the coach.

I love the HUGE double sinks in the kitchen. I love even more that there still is a respectable amount of counter and food prep space.

The two double-size bunk beds take up the rear corner. The top bunk has a 300-pound weight capacity, and 600 pounds on the bottom bunk. The fold-down ladder is especially clever and keeps this piece of equipment well out of the way when not in use.

The bathroom looks large with plenty of headspace and room to maneuver around.

More nice features of the Jayco Jay Feather 22BH travel trailer

  • Outdoor flat-top griddle
  • Outdoor shower
  • Automatic awning that goes almost the entire length of the trailer
  • Lippert Rock Solid stabilizer system
  • Built-in Lippert heavy-duty step that folds up into the door
  • Tankless 60,000 BTU on-demand water heater
  • 13,500 BTU A/C

What’s not to like?

The 10-cubic-foot fridge is huge for a trailer this size, which is great, but it runs strictly on 12-volt power. Yes, there is a 200-watt rooftop solar panel, but I seriously doubt that will be enough to power this fridge all the time.

Jayco Jay Feather 22BH travel trailer specs

  • GVWR: 7,000 lbs.
  • Sleeps: 7
  • Length: 28’8”
  • Fresh water: 55 gallons
  • Gray water: 61 gallons
  • Black water: 30.5 gallons
  • MSRP: Starts at $41,078

Learn more about the Jayco Jay Feather 22BH travel trailer here.



Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard
Cheri Sicard is the author 8 published books on topics as diverse as US Citizenship to Cannabis Cooking. Cheri grew up in a circus family and has been RVing on and off her entire life.



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bobby (@guest_261573)
12 days ago

none of these things are made worth a dollar bill. I’ll stick with my 08 jayco 19bh for as long as i feel like i can get up and down the stairs

Steve H (@guest_261561)
12 days ago

I guess I don’t understand current RV language. When we had a travel trailer, it was a “mini lite”, meaning 22’9″ and 4800# GVW. Now this 28’8″, 7,000# trailer is “small” and “lightweight”? The definitions seem to have increased along with the sizes of “1/2-ton” trucks that can now have a 3,200# payload!

Bill Byerly (@guest_261536)
12 days ago

I liked the looks of this trailer, both inside and out, but I had to shut off the video. I dont know if it was my tablet or the video itself, but the audio kept going up and down in the volume….

DW/ND (@guest_261569)
12 days ago
Reply to  Bill Byerly

Bill: He had the mike on the left side so every time he turned his head it was loud or minimal!
Even inside he was talking directly to the camera (?) and it was up and down!

Bill Byerly (@guest_261580)
12 days ago
Reply to  DW/ND

Whew, thanks for clearing that up. I actually thought it might have just been my hearing going away… 🤔

Diane McGovern
12 days ago
Reply to  Bill Byerly

I think it was the guy’s microphone volume fluctuating, i.e., not your computer. I noticed that when I was proofing the post and watched the video for a few seconds to make sure it was working. Then I just tried it again when I read your comment, and it’s still doing it. Kind of annoying. Have a great day, Bill. 😀 –Diane

Bill Byerly (@guest_261581)
12 days ago
Reply to  Diane McGovern

Thank you !

Tommy Molnar (@guest_261508)
12 days ago

I agree with you Cheri. That 200-watt solar panel is not going to be able to handle the power needed to keep the batteries charged and able to run the fridge and all the other 12-volt power draws. As usual, they don’t mention that outdoor fridges are 120v AC units. At least all the ones we’ve seen in these reviews. I took the 360° tour on the website and can’t find even a ‘fart-fan’ in the bathroom. But I sure like the bright colors in the interior. Our trailer is the old-fashioned darker browns and it’s kinda dark even when it’s not dark.

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