Thursday, September 21, 2023


Best kitchen for foodies! Tour the 2023 Rockwood 2614BS Travel Trailer

The team at Rousseau’s RV Walkthroughs thinks that the 2023 Rockwood 2614BS Travel Trailer is the perfect RV for chefs and foodies. With well-equipped indoor and outdoor kitchens, I can see why.

This is a rear kitchen model, which I like because it provides a better use of kitchen space. It also features a center bath that has always been a favorite floor plan of mine.

The outdoor kitchen space conveniently has a spray nozzle hose nearby. There’s also a 2-burner outdoor gas stove, a gas griddle, and a small electric refrigerator.

I am not sure why, but in the video they kept a fair amount of the interior tour silent. However, I did notice some things.

The bedroom sports a queen-sized bed and lots of closet space and storage space. I am not sure I like the open storage cubbies in here, though. Cabinets would look and function better, in my opinion.

The living space has a nice stylish open feel. That’s partly because of the rear kitchen design. I like the large stainless steel fridge and freezer.

There’s a large dinette, and comfortable seating opposite the TV and fireplace.

The bathroom is impressively large with a big shower. I could not tell from the video, unfortunately, just how tall it is, but it seems respectable.

There’s an enormous amount of storage throughout, including for wardrobe—something that many units lack.

More nice features of the 2023 Rockwood 2614BS Travel Trailer

  • Power stabilizer jacks
  • Large underneath storage bay
  • Outdoor shower
  • Outdoor speakers
  • 8-foot automatic awning
  • 3-burner cooktop
  • 13,500 BTU air conditioner
  • 35,000 BTU furnace

What’s not to like

With the slides in, there is no access to the bathroom. I don’t know about you, but for me, that is an absolute deal breaker, no matter how nice the rest of the coach is. Yes, there is a door to the bathroom. But the last thing I want to be doing on an overnight stop is going outside in the middle of the night to access the bathroom.

Even worse, you can’t use the bed when the slides are in either! Wow.

I have never understood why manufacturers keep making RVs with what to me are HUGE design flaws like this. If you feel differently, let me know why in the comments.

I also don’t understand why there is a 90-gallon gray water tank but only 54 gallons of fresh water.

2023 Rockwood 2614BS Travel Trailer Specs

  • Length: 29’9”
  • Two slides: one in dining room, one in bedroom
  • Dry weight: 6988 lbs.
  • GVWR: 8596 lbs.
  • Cargo carrying capacity: 1608 lbs.
  • 50-amp power
  • 6-gallon water heater
  • 2-inch 300-lb.-rated hitch
  • Sleeps: 3
  • Fresh water: 54 gallons
  • Gray water: 90 gallons
  • Black water 45 gallons
  • MSRP: $59,257

Learn more 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.


  1. Cheri, all of the negatives you mentioned are spot on. Any ONE of them individually would be a deal-breaker for me. After living and traveling in our TT over the years and having access to everything but the TV with the slides in, we are SPOILED.

  2. I have a friend who camps occasionally in his TT. The design flaws you mentioned are not a big deal for him. He and his family rarely go into the TT while en route to a campground. They stop at gas stations or rest areas to use the bathroom. Since he is an occasional camper, I think he only looked at what he needed in an RV while he was at the campground – not how he could use it while driving there. As they say, different strokes for different folks.


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