Saturday, December 9, 2023


Is your RV longer than 24 feet or shorter?

24 feet, that’s the length in question today! We’re talking about RVs, of course, not, like, the world’s longest sub sandwich or something… (But if you were wondering, the world’s longest sub sandwich measured 2,411 feet and 5 inches in length… yes, that’s nearly a half-mile. It’s weight? Just under 1,300 pounds.)

Is your current RV longer than 24 feet or shorter? After you vote, please leave a comment and tell us the length of your RV. And the length of your perfect sub sandwich too, just for fun!

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Ladygamer (@guest_194213)
1 year ago

44 ft Landmark 5th wheel

Dave Richardson (@guest_194209)
1 year ago

36ft Cedar Creek Triple slide 5r

Leea McCollum (@guest_194131)
1 year ago

We have a 40 foot Cougar fifth wheel.. it’s nice and better suits our needs as a large family, but I still miss our 32 foot Outback.

Last edited 1 year ago by Leea McCollum
David Campbell (@guest_194050)
1 year ago

33′ eclipse attitude toy hauler, 12″ sub

John Koenig (@guest_193848)
1 year ago

My first RV was a 17′ Casita Spirit Deluxe Travel Trailer I bought new in 2010 and put 54,000+ miles on. In 2014, I “graduated” to my second (and current) RV. It’s a 2015 Dynamax DX3-37RB Super-C diesel puller that I bought new and, currently have 56,000+ miles on it (low mileage because of Covid). I really like the true Super-C form factor as it has a huge saftey factor that other RVs can’t match.

Brian (@guest_193722)
1 year ago

39 foot 5th wheel toy hauler. Like a 14″ sub the wife & I can share.

Skillet Black (@guest_193613)
1 year ago

A 2019 we’ve had for 3 1/2 years Artic Wolf….26 foot with back end slide that gives us 2 queen beds. A little small for full time living but we just started a month ago! Classic 12 inch sub with double meat!

John (@guest_193600)
1 year ago

33 foot camper–12 inch sub. Perfect!

Rachel (@guest_193594)
1 year ago

27 foot…more like 28! New Freedom Elite by THOR. ( with solar)
I don’t recommend. I miss my old Sightseer.! (32 ft)

Last edited 1 year ago by Rachel
Russ Ekins (@guest_193561)
1 year ago

36′ Salem Hemisphere 5th Wheel and 12″ Sub!

Donald (@guest_193544)
1 year ago

22 foot Arctic fox with 700 watts of solar.

Sue R (@guest_193456)
1 year ago

25 LW Tiffin wayfarer. We LOVE IT ❤️

Jack (@guest_193414)
1 year ago

31 ft. Class c 12 in. Sub

Doug (@guest_193256)
1 year ago

39′ 5th wheel toyhauler; 12″ sub (2 meals!)

sonya (@guest_193250)
1 year ago

we have a 25 foot fifthwheel and a lance slide in truck camper. The truck camper is used the most as it fits in anywhere so much more flexibility especially in canada as sites are small.

Deb (@guest_193205)
1 year ago

27 feet motor home, 6 inch sub

Mark Beaujean (@guest_193204)
1 year ago

My wife and I have purchased our largest travel trailer to date, a 21′ Safari Alto Condo. It pulls with a minivan, fully loaded only 3150 lbs. Vehicle is rated at 3600. Prior to this we used Volkswagon and Pleasure way camper vans.

Justravlin (@guest_193197)
1 year ago

31′ 5th wheel toyhauler

Sandi Roberts (@guest_193189)
1 year ago

32 ft class A

JAMES (@guest_193184)
1 year ago

30ft class C

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