Saturday, December 2, 2023


Tour the 2022 Dutchmen Voltage 4225 Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel

If you are looking for a LARGE, comfortable fifth wheel RV that’s also a toy hauler, join the team from Big Truck Big RV (one of our readers’ FAVORITE RV YouTube channels) for a look at Dutchmen’s massive Voltage 4225 toy hauler.

As I write this post, the video is only 8 days old and BTBRV wanted to feature it because it is a 2022 model being offered at closeout savings. In fact, the price of this well-built luxury RV is lower today than it was pre-COVID.

If you have been paying attention to RV news, you already know that dealers are overrun with inventory and now is the time to get great deals.

This unit has an MSRP of $183,885, but when they shot the video it was on sale for $106,513! This is still a brand-new fifth wheel, just last year’s model.

With a GVWR of 20,000 lbs., you will need a dually to tow this triple-axle big boy.

I really like the living room layout with theater seating consisting of three two-seater loveseats. Everyone gets a good chair! A big screen TV and a fireplace to cuddle up around provide the focal points for this area, and it is so much nicer than the typical long sofas in most RVs.

The living area lacks a dining table, which would have been a nice option for eating while watching movies or TV.

There is a SUPER LARGE Norcold gas/electric refrigerator. Our host would have preferred a 12-volt fridge, but I certainly like this model better.

The kitchen is small but highly functional for one person. There is an Insignia four-burner stove and large oven, and a ton of counter space along with a large farmhouse-style sink.

The tucked-away overhead sleeping loft will be a favorite of the kids.

In the back, you will find a 13-foot garage. The back of the garage has a screen wall with a screen door that lets the view in while keeping the bugs out.

The back half-bathroom has a collapsible wall so that you can move it out of the way in order to accommodate a larger toy. You’ll also find the washer and dryer connection here.

The garage doubles as the dinette area, too, with lots of bench seating. A queen-sized bed raises into the ceiling when not in use. Up to six people can sleep in the garage area alone.

The front master bedroom houses a king-sized bed and an enormous amount of closets and wardrobe storage.

More features of the 2022 Dutchmen Voltage 4225 Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel

  • Three rooftop air conditioners
  • Large shower
  • Porcelain toilet
  • Cummins Onan generator
  • Two 30-pound propane tanks
  • Automatic leveling system
  • Pass-through storage

Specs on the 2022 Dutchmen Voltage 4225 Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel

  • GVWR: 20,000 lbs.
  • Cargo carrying capacity: 3,900 lbs.
  • Triple axles
  • Cable-driven slides

Learn more about Dutchmen Voltage toy haulers 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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SherKen (@guest_240697)
5 months ago

Showing Large Toyhauler rigs is a warning to ALL. MEASURE YOUR TOYS to FIT in the GARAGE!
We have a General, 4-seater Side-by-side. We are very fortunate to have a Momentum 381M Toyhauler with a large garage 15 foot+inches. With plenty of room Height and Width.

Tommy Molnar (@guest_240832)
5 months ago
Reply to  SherKen

That’s one big unit. Our truck is not able to pull 5’ers without dismantling the Highway Products Pickup Pack insert that I paid almost 7g for. Our Arctic Fox 30′ TT is long enough. But thanks for the suggestion. I went to the website to see what you had. Impressive!

Tommy Molnar (@guest_240593)
5 months ago

Any time wifey and I want to bring our RZR with us it requires that she tow the side-by-side enclosed trailer and I tow our TT. Close by trips are ok but Quartzsite is over 600 miles. It would sure be nice to have something like this to allow us to drive one ‘set’. But the sheer size of this trailer would prohibit us from going to and using some of our favorite boondocking sites (which we can actually reach even with our ‘two set’ plan). One of the things I dislike about the auto leveling systems is how far they hang down when not in use. This is definitely not boondock friendly, but then, neither is the trailer. So, I guess we’ll continue to haul two vehicles and two trailers. Wifey will NOT sleep on a cot in our RZR trailer – ha.

SherKen (@guest_240698)
5 months ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

We prefer Boondocking ourselves, Quartzsite “Area” is one of the areas we visit. We also stay in RV Parks when needed. See our comment please. You might look at a Large Toyhauler similar to ours.

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